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, 8 Dec 13
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Stuart and Tam are joined by Jimmy Calderwood and Colin Cameron as they discuss Nelson Mandela, strangling refs and worst weeks in football.
Sun, 24 Nov 13
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Stuart and Tam are joined by ex-SFA chief executive Gordon Smith and former Northern Ireland international Jimmy Nicholl. Topics included connections to The Beatles, great goals and the team of the week was the Monty Python XI.
Sun, 17 Nov 13
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Stuart and Tam are joined in the studio by Dee Hepburn, star of Gregory's Girl and Tony Higgins.
Sun, 10 Nov 13
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Presenters Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan were joined by former referee Charlie Richmond and "Div" MacDonald from the Scottish football website Pie and Bovril. They discussed who might be the best fans in the world and asked if £1 was too much to watch Albion Rovers. The team of the week was the Amsterdam XI.
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