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 64 – Nutmeg Arms: Pat Nevin
Open those Scampi Fries and sup that pint of mild, it’s our first visit to the Nutmeg Arms, a series of podcast chats in pubs between Daniel Gray, Alan Pattullo and a footballing figure.
This time, the pair were joined by Pat Nevin for a blether about his book The Accidental Footballer, and much besides, from Motherwell to Morrissey.
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Book Club: Whose Game Is It Anyway?
Pour yourself a pint of prosecco and fill that bowl with Monster Munch: it’s the first ever episode of the Nutmeg Book Club. Host Daniel Gray is joined by acclaimed author Michael Calvin for a chat about his newest work, Whose Game Is It Anyway? Expect a fascinating insight into the meaning of football, Calvin’s journalism career from The Watford Observer to broadsheet travels, the writing process and the football manager who lived on fish and chips.
From Blitzkrieg to the Bernabeu
Opening our new strand of podcast documentaries, Daniel Gray tells the incredible tale of the Basque refugee children exiled to Britain during the Spanish Civil War who became professional footballers. Theirs is a compelling, life-affirming story of heartbreak, horror and heroism, and a journey from blitzkrieg to the Bernabeu via Ibrox, Guernica, Alf Ramsey and László Kubala.