Scottish football gets a kicking from BBC Radio Scotland’s Off the Ball, presented by Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan. The long-running irreverent programme is broadcast on Saturdays at lunch-time and there is a Sunday Supplement too, ensuring a weekend full of laughter. Get the best of both in this weekly podcast.
Sun, 9 Mar 14
28 days remaining
Tam Cowan and Pat Nevin present this week with special guests Justin Currie and Graeme Speirs. Topics are annoying noises at grounds, those big moments you've missed at a game and the team of the week is the stripper XI.
Sun, 2 Mar 14
20 days remaining
Taken from BBC Radio Scotland's Off the Ball programme of Saturday 1 March 2014, hosts Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan are joined by Paul English and former Celtic player Tosh McKinaly.
Sat, 22 Feb 14
13 days remaining
Stuart Cosgrove & Tam Cowan discuss: Scotland's hopes in the Euro 2016 draw Player's who should have been contenders in their career and Neil Lennon's desire to manage Celtic in England.
Sun, 16 Feb 14
7 days remaining
Taken from BBC Radio Scotland's Off the Ball programme of Saturday 15 February 2014, hosts Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan are joined by former footballers James Grady and Willie Henderson.
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