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 46 – My Favourite Year: Richard Gordon, Aberdeen 1982/83
In the first of our occasional series My Favourite Year, BBC Scotland broadcaster Richard Gordon looks back upon Aberdeen’s wonderful 1982/83 season with Daniel Gray. An almost impossible tale of domestic and European success, mesmerising football and dodgy waterproofs from Gothenburg department stores.
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Elvis, 7-a-side and the beautiful north
A rummage around the pages of Nutmeg issue 15. Editor Ally Palmer and Alan Russell of Supporters Direct Scotland join host Daniel Gray to talk about the game’s sudden halt, the rise of supporter club ownership, the football friend who turned out to be a neo-Nazi, Elvis’ visit to Ayrshire and more. Plus, David F. Ross pays homage to 7-a-side, and ‘Silent Saturday’, an article from Nutmeg’s Lost Weekends webpage.
My Favourite Year: Patrick Barclay, Dundee 1962
In the second edition of our occasional series My Favourite Year, esteemed football writer Patrick Barclay looks back upon Dundee’s ‘long’ 1962 with Daniel Gray. A beguiling tale of a time when Dundee won the league, raced to the European Cup semi-finals in a haze of goals and played the best football many ever saw. Plus, Ian Ure eating a pebble and what happens when you wear a tailored green suit to Ibrox.