The Nutmeg Podcast
A version of the Scottish football periodical for your ears. Hosted by Daniel Gray, the Nutmeg Podcast lands fortnightly and includes conversation about magazine content and in-depth interviews.
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Episode 43 – Interview: Brian McClair part 2
Part two of ex-Manchester United, Celtic and Scotland star Brian McClair’s chat with host Daniel Gray. This time McClair speaks about leaving Celtic for Old Trafford, life under Alex Ferguson, playing alongside Giggs, Cantona et al and Gucci money clips. Plus, his role in the birth of the Premier League, inflatable wrestlers, Euro 92, Sonic the Hedgehog with Gary Pallister and watching games through windows.
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Documentary: Behind the scenes with A View From the Terrace
The makers of hit BBC Scotland television series A View from the Terrace open their studio doors to Nutmeg. Our man Daniel Gray meets producer Andy Maas, director Jordan Laird, BBC Commissioning Executive David Harron, show presenter Craig Telfer and prop artist Sophie Lant. A fascinating glance into how television is made, the wider context of football on TV and supporter media, from fanzines to podcasts. Warning: Includes whistling, the odd F-word, an upbeat approach to Scottish football, a worm dressed as a person and Brutalist lollipops.
Interview: Michael Stewart part 2
Former Manchester United, Hearts and Hibs midfielder, and now media pundit, Michael Stewart chats again to host Daniel Gray. This time, Michael gives a compelling account of his last days as a player, including his dealings with Turkish football, Leeds United and Ian Holloway, and he reveals a shocking and fabricated rumour that undermined his chances of finding a club. He talks also about punditry and the football media in general, and about his political activism.