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.
Mon, 20 May 13
30 days remaining
This week, Tam is outnumbered as he and Stuart are joined by former Saints stars Martin Hardie and Peter MacDonald to try and find Martin a new club, discuss footballers' holidays and the team of the week was the Seville Calculator XI.
Sun, 12 May 13
22 days remaining
Pat Nevin stands in for Stuart Cosgrove alongside Tam Cowan and are joined by Danny Grainger and Gerry Britain. Topics include 'hairdryer treatment', diving and the team of the week is the classical music XI.
Sun, 5 May 13
15 days remaining
Stuart and Tam are joined by Beverley Lyons and Hugh MacDonald, the Posh and Becks of Scottish journalism, as they discuss relegation, JLS and the Team of the Week is the Wine XI. Bottoms up!
Sun, 28 Apr 13
8 days remaining
Dundee United midfielder John Rankin and music journalist Billy Sloan were Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan's guests in the Off the Ball studio at Glasgow's Pacific Quay on Saturday 27 April. The topics up for discussion were the nominations for the PFA player of the year awards, alcohol at football grounds and clubs moving towns. The Team of the Week was the Steakhouse XI.
Sun, 21 Apr 13
1 day remaining
Stuart and Tam are joined by Stevie Hammill and James McPake. The gang discussed Charles Green, fantasists and swearing in football.
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