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Best Leicester podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Leicester podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle discuss and dissect the top Premier League storylines after every single match week. Together, the former Premier League players and current NBC Sports analysts host "The 2 Robbies Podcast" providing fans with top-class punditry on the most exciting soccer league in the world.
 
Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast is provided in video format for no cost (to you). It’s ad-libbed and unedited and largely unplanned - the conversations can go off on all kinds of comedic tangents, or be serious. Recorded in front of a paying audience. If you would like to support the production then please donate to our badge fund here - www.gofasterstripe.com/badges
 
In 2007, The Football Ramble was born out of Luke Moore, Pete Donaldson, Marcus Speller and Jim Campbell’s passion for the most popular sport in the world and inability to take themselves too seriously. Since then the boys have come a very long way; from best-selling book to sold out live shows, The Football Ramble’s irreverent takes on football have clearly resonated with other fans of the sport. Now, The Football Ramble becomes Football Ramble Daily--featuring brand new shows and voices Mo ...
 
A night where people get up on stage and do some tragedy: part cabaret, part variety show. Come and let some great performers make you sad, make you think and make you smile. Sometimes they’ll be putting a new twist on what they do with brand new material tailored towards the theme. Expect music, comedy, true stories and more, all playing up to the tragic form but not taking it too seriously. The night will end, not with a whimper, not with a bang, but with a cathartic sing-a-long. Brought t ...
 
An interview with the BBC Radio Leicester football commentator Ian Stringer. Taking place inside Gonpachi (a.k.a. the Kill Bill restaurant) in Nishi-Azabu (Tokyo) he talks about why he's in Japan as well as his thoughts on Tokyo, Leicester City & the art of commentating.www.tokyofox.wordpress.com/
 
The premier football podcast from The Times, with the finest writers reviewing and previewing all the action from the 2019/20 season. Natalie Sawyer, Gregor Robertson and leading football writers from The Times and Sunday Times provide expert analysis of the big issues every Monday and Thursday You can subscribe to The Times and The Sunday Times to enjoy our award-winning journalism on your smartphone or tablet. Just search The Times online.
 
Decentered Podcast – An off-centre look at community, social and sustainable media.. With discussions about the role of media in sustainable and participative communities, providing an alternative to mass media. We look at how we build our capabilities to tell our own stories and think about the importance of what we become in producing and sharing our own media content.
 
The only Official Podcast from Chelsea FC, hosted by Mike Ryan Ruiz and Chris Wittyngham. Each week you'll hear exclusive insider interviews with A-list guests plus a unique blend of Chelsea analysis, pop culture and humor. An uncensored and uninhibited discussion on the world of soccer through blue-tinted lenses.
 
Liverpool FC through the eyes of match-going supporters, the award-winning Anfield Wrap podcast talks honestly and passionately about every game The Reds play home and away in the Premier League, the cups and European competition. Also covering LFC news, gossip and analysis, TAW has grown from two free shows a week in 2011 to a subscription package of circa 30 shows a month in 2016. More information at www.theanfieldwrap.com
 
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Welcome to our weekly chat about all things Leicester City !This week we are joined by Julian Watts who played for a special season for many Leicester fans including that play off final against Crystal Palace in 1996 at Wembley Stadium... yes THAT final, When Spider came on and Stevie Claridge shinned it and Wembley fell silent until we all went me…
 
In Leicester the public response to the lockdown of the economy is being met with a surge in support for community volunteering. The Leicester Covid-19 Mutual Aid group has quickly been established in the city, with the aim of helping ans coordinating mutual support for vulnerable or isolating people at a street and neighbourhood level. I spoke wit…
 
Dua Lipa shares the inspiration behind her new album Future Nostalgia, what it's been like releasing an album under quarantine.As the Edinburgh Festivals are cancelled this year, Joyce McMillan of The Scotsman discusses what this means for theatre, comedy and the arts, and for the city itself.Set and costume designer Molly O’Cathain, on lockdown at…
 
In 1992 the First Division became what we now know as the Premier League & it very nearly has unlikely Champions in the inaugural season. Norwich City had sold their star player & were tipped b y many to get relegated. But going into April they were top of the league. How did they get there? We talk about The Canaries 1992/93 season, their squad, s…
 
Nat & Gregor are joined by Jonathan Northcroft to discuss whether there really is a "moral vacuum"in football, as billionaire owned Premier League clubs weigh up using government money to ease their financial worries. The panel also take on some football brainteasers to get you thinking, and choose their top 3 Premier League classic clashes. For in…
 
We start today’s episode of On The Continent with a deserved tribute to one of French football’s favourite sons, as former Marseille president Pape Diouf sadly passed away this week. We remember his incredible journey from humble beginnings in Chad to establishing himself as a respected football journalist and eventual club president, all while end…
 
On this week's episode of Chelsea Mike'd Up, Michael Ryan Ruiz and Chris Wittyngham cover Callum Hudson Odoi's return to full health after testing positive for coronavirus, the ideas about how the Premier League might come back after the worst of the pandemic, and Karim Benzema's inexplicable beef with Olivier Giroud. Plus, we talk to Chelsea FC Lo…
 
Rebecca Lowe, Arlo White, Lee Dixon, Graeme Le Saux, Robbie Earle, Robbie Mustoe and Kyle Martino discuss reports of the Premier League’s potential plans to resume the season, including one which involves “World Cup-style” camps over June and July (1:00). The team also shares their thoughts on players taking pay cuts to help clubs deal with financi…
 
Enda Coll is joined on the line by Colm Boohig as we run through the idea of big men who are good with their feet and make a list of our favourites. We continue our LOI Legends series, former Sligo Rovers man Alan Keane joins us to discuss his career, Paul Cook and Stephen Kenny.
 
On this weeks quiz James tests Suj & the listeners on twenty FA Cup questions from the last decade... and by his own admittance this is hard! But Suj does score more than he did last week! There's reflections on some of the events in the answers including one of James' worst football memories & plenty of banter as per usual, including some of Suj's…
 
The FA announced last week that all non-league football below the three conference divisions will end immediately with the results of this season declared null and void. What does that mean for those affected? Gareth Roberts speaks to Vauxhall Motors chairman Tony Woodley, as well as Martin Ryman and Jim Stanway from South Liverpool to find out.…
 
On today’s Ramble Meets… we welcome author James Montague to talk about his experiences writing his new book, 1312: Among the Ultras. James has travelled to over 90 countries while writing the encapsulating football stories he’s become famous for, and this latest book documents another classic gonzo-style voyage to the inner workings of football’s …
 
#269 Talking Koch - Richard is at the Cambridge Corn Exchange and starts with a joke he first did in this venue 25 years ago. His guest is standup and daughter of the former Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, Olga Koch. They talk about St Petersburgh and (inevitably) Rasputin and his cock, having sex with a sea creature, making bad man seem slightly …
 
Kelly Cates is joined by Pat Nevin and Karen Carney to discuss the best ways to finish this season’s Premier League. Huge questions remain on if the season can actually be finished and if it does re-start - what format will it take? Miguel Delaney is the chief football writer at The Independent and has been covering this story – we get his thoughts…
 
To mark Beethoven's 250th anniversary, soprano Chen Reiss has released an album of rarely performed Beethoven arias called Immortal Beloved. She joins us live from her home in Vienna, and also performs a favourite aria by Handel. With arts organisations scrambling to reproduce their output online, we discuss the dilemmas of streaming works intended…
 
On this Podcast James & Suj discuss what a greatest ever team of British players who have played abroad would look like. It's controversial, there's cheating, possibly & a number of brilliant midfield players who get left out & a goalkeeper the lads have spent the majority of the last couple of years insulting! _____________________________________…
 
The massive outpouring of support by community volunteers during the coronavirus lockdown has been a reminder that people value their social and community connections. It tells us that the vast majority of people are still prepared to roll their sleeves up and help out where they can. But what can community radio do to help share the stories about …
 
After her Coronavirus-enforced obscene last week, Jules Breach makes her welcome return on this week’s episode of Jules & Andy! Her and Andy Brassell reconvene in the wake of The FA’s decision to end and expunge the results of tiers three to six of the football pyramid. We discuss the appeal that many clubs have signed to try and reverse the decisi…
 
Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson has a new album, Debussy – Rameau, exploring the music of two very different but complementary composers. He plays live from Reykjavik, exclusively for Front Row.Actor Jo Hartley - best known for her roles in Shane Meadows' This is England series - discusses her new TV drama, In My Skin, which is coming to BBC Th…
 
On Suj & James feature Podcast the lads discuss a range of topics, Jack Grealish's nightmare weekend, Harry Kane possibly leaving Tottenham, Big Clubs big spending possibly curtailed, the prospect of the football season being finished behind closed doors in one area, what would we pay for Premier League streaming services, Suj's Champ Man FPL 01/02…
 
Nat & Gregor are joined by Matt Dickinson to discuss Harry Kane's proposal of the end of June being the moment that enough is enough and it's goodbye to this season! The panel discuss this, proposed 'World Cup style' camps for an accelerated end to the season, and discuss the greatest moments they've ever seen live in the flesh. For information reg…
 
Joining Neil Atkinson to look at the current state of play and what may come next are Gareth Roberts, Rob Gutmann and Kev Walsh, and Neil also speaks to The Athletic's James Horncastle. The Anfield Wrap's free podcast is brought to you in partnership with The Athletic, the place to go for extensive coverage of clubs up and down the country from res…
 
Tracy and Holly discuss what it feels like, as people who study history, to live through an event that you know will be historically significant. To all of our listeners: Please stay safe, and thank you for being part of the SYMHC family. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
Former-Republic of Ireland international Keith Andrews joined OTB AM to share his experience of living throughout the Covid-19 scare, the difficulties that are emerging for him in isolation and how this may shape us going forward. In a period of alarming uncertainty, Keith Andrews doesn't hesitate to admit that he is finding these current circumsta…
 
World Cup style camps. That’s the phrase that’s all the rage at the moment. The Premier League are continuing to look at ways to finish the season and good on them. Will we have a bizarre little behind-closed-doors conclusion to the season this summer? We just don’t know. In other news it looks like Newcastle United actually have a strong chance of…
 
Former Republic of Ireland international Matt Holland joined Joe Molloy on the line to look back on his lengthy career for both club and country.In a lengthy conversation, they discuss his World Cup highs and lows in 2002, getting his Irish call-up from Mick McCarthy, and try to find out why managers always saw him as a leader in their teams.@paddy…
 
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