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Best DC Thomson Media podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best DC Thomson Media podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The football podcast that’s passionate about Aberdeen, Ross County, Inverness Caledonian Thistle, Peterhead, Elgin City, Cove Rangers and the Highland League – from The Press & Journal and Evening Express sports desks. Get in touch at northerngoal@dctmedia.co.uk!
 
Today’s communications issues and policies in Washington, D.C., are more complicated than ever – privacy, broadband deployment, “open internet” or “net neutrality,” over-the-top video, “Big Tech” and the media giants, and many more. “ACA Connects” is a podcast about the people, companies, advocates, regulators and lawmakers who are the thought leaders on these issues helping us to better understand our interconnected broadband world. “ACA Connects” is a production of America's Communications ...
 
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Football is back. We review Aberdeen’s 1-0 defeat to Rangers – whether first-half sluggishness is cause for long-term concern, and which team should line-up against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park. We also reflect on Ross County’s 1-0 win over Motherwell, where they may have showed a resilience to go with their attacking edge. Plus, will Caley Thist…
 
Joe Harrison joins Blake and Rose to discuss the gardening triumphs and disasters that he’s encountered during his time growing on his Lowestoft allotment site. From trying out the straw bale technique for producing potatoes to not getting a tomato crop from some volunteer plants. Plus, GYO account manager Dan drops in to chat about the UK’s most-h…
 
This week the boys talk about the Tangerines’ chances at home to St Johnstone this weekend. There are some bold predictions, some less bold predictions, and they discuss who can step up in the top flight. Also, minutes before recording, Dundee’s fixtures were announced, and they give a mouth-watering start to the Championship in October.…
 
Aberdonian midfielder Paul Coutts talks us through a playing career which has included a Highland League title with Cove, before spells at Peterborough, Preston, Derby and Sheffield United. The 32-year-old describes marking Manchester United’s Carlos Tevez on his Posh debut, playing under the likes of Darren Ferguson, Nigel Clough, Steve McClaren a…
 
With Calum lazing about in his pants on holiday – as opposed to lazing about in his pants recording podcasts – George and Graeme are joined this week by columnist and former player Lee Wilkie to dig into the implications of the wrangling over player wage cuts at Dundee, how United looks now they’re back on the pitch, and the moves across national a…
 
TV gardener Nick Bailey joins The Dirt team this week to pass on a simple trick for tackling any soil problem, reveal the unexpected garden pest that caused havoc with his apple tree bounty, and to explain exactly why a Mormon line-dancing disco has stopped him ever being able to enjoy watermelons again. We know you’ll want to hear more - so take a…
 
This week we’re joined by Highland League secretary, Rod Houston, who discusses the timescale for starting the new season with reduced testing, five substitutes, fans and hospitality. He also reflects on the failed reconstruction talks which ended Brora’s hopes of stepping into the SPFL, and looks back on two Dutch superstars turning out for their …
 
Katelyn (from @inatinygarden) started out growing in her small back garden – and after being on an allotment waiting list for five years, she was thrilled to finally get the green light! With the extra space has come lots of exciting new growing opportunities for some of her favourite vegetables. And, of course, this wouldn’t be The Dirt without a …
 
This week Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and Graeme Finnan discuss the ongoing financial situation and Dundee, assess Dundee United ahead of the new season starting, and look at Hibs’ controversial signings.By DC Thomson Media
 
We discuss striker Cosgrove’s near-move to France’s Ligue 2 and whether we can learn anything from the closed-door friendly between the Dons and Ross County. Plus, where do we think the next destinations are for the likes of Frank Ross, Chris Antoniazzi and Tom Kelly, Caley Thistle’s plans to use the Betfred Cup for pre-season, Elgin’s prospects fo…
 
This week, Tele sports reporters Calum, Sean and Graeme dissect a happy Monday for Dundee United after the appointment of Micky Mellon, and also take a look at the latest cost-cutting measures across the street at Dundee.By DC Thomson Media
 
From growing produce for one of Ottolenghi’s restaurants to adapting to the clay soil of her new Sussex garden, Claire Ratinon’s varied gardening experiences make for a captivating listen on this week’s episode. Find out the important lessons she’s learned along the way and why she thinks every gardener should take some time to slow down and reflec…
 
This week the panel discuss Aberdeen and Ross County’s starts to the season after the 2020/21 Premiership fixtures were revealed. Plus, partial crowds, Cove Rangers’ plea for aid in their promotion fight, and do League One and League Two hopes over reduced Covid-19 testing and October restart show way forward for Highland League?…
 
This week, Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, Sean Hamilton and Marc Deanie discuss the latest from Dundee United’s manager search, the position of John Nelms at Dundee, and ask if Andy Robertson can lead Scotland back to a major tournament.By DC Thomson Media
 
Alexander Thompson Byer has been gardening for 14 years – inspired by the Ruth Stout method, his allotment places a large focus on putting nature first and using permaculture techniques to great effect. Plus, he’s got some quirky tips for upcycling Facebook finds into handy garden items! Hear this and all the usual gardening banter from the GYO tea…
 
Smart Osadolor joins the podcast this week to give his thoughts on how the Black Lives Matter movement has impacted him, and what he would like to see going forward. He also discusses life as a lower-league football and the uncertainty brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.By DC Thomson Media
 
The Dirt is back for series 2 – and to kick things off the team are joined by the brilliant Frances Tophill. Frances reveals how she’s fallen in love with growing herbs this summer, the importance of neighbourly spirit when deciding which crops to plant in your garden, and shares the times that things haven’t quite gone to plan on the plot... 🌱 Don…
 
This week, Aberdonian Rachael Boyle talks us through her career. The Scotland international explains the difficulties of returning to elite sport after pregnancy, how she’s determined to get to the European Championships with Scotland and close the gap on Glasgow City with club side Hibs Ladies.By DC Thomson Media
 
The Courier and Tele crew – including columnists Jim Spence and Lee Wilkie – discuss an astonishing 24 hours that saw Robbie Neilson leave Dundee United for Hearts. And we’d love to hear what you think of the news and the future for the club too – ring 01382 575520 to leave a voicemail for us!By DC Thomson Media
 
The Staggies boss speaks to Northern Goal about the Premiership club’s return to socially-distanced training after the coronavirus shutdown. Kettlewell also opens up on County’s summer recruitment strategy, the team’s big focus for the new campaign, and the bosses who shaped him.By DC Thomson Media
 
Clear your diary for Thursday 25th June - because The Dirt is back for round two, and first up we’ve got the wonderful Frances Tophill sharing her gardening secrets. Expect another series packed with incredible garden successes, plenty of useful horticultural hacks and the odd growing failure thrown in for good measure. Hit the subscribe button to …
 
This week, Andy Skinner discusses Caley Thistle and Brora Rangers’ reaction to the death knell of SPFL reconstruction. Plus, the coup that is ICT boss John Robertson’s new deal, changes in the management structure at Ross County, and an imminent arrival (and departures) at Aberdeen.By DC Thomson Media
 
Sean Hamilton and Graeme Finnan are joined by Northern Goal presenter Ryan Cryle to discuss the battle between Dundee United and Aberdeen for Jonny Hayes’ signature, while, over at Dens Park, frustration mounts as Championship purgatory bites.By DC Thomson Media
 
We ask when SPFL reconstruction (with or without colts teams) will finally go away, and debate whether Aberdeen should sign Jonny Hayes. There’s also a potential departure at Ross County, as well as Cove Rangers’ bold statement of their ambition, and Huntly’s new boss.By DC Thomson Media
 
Step through the virtual gates of The Grow Show and you’ll find five buzzing show areas: tools and kit, home to all the essentials to make your life in the garden easier; greenhouses and builds, where you will find under cover solutions for every space, as well as brilliant back-saving raised beds; kitchen garden, for all of your edible plot must-h…
 
This week the Tele Sport team try – with mixed success – to unravel where things are at in Scottish football and what it means for Dundee and Dundee United. Usual bletherers George Cran and Graeme Finnan were joined by Sean Hamilton stepping in to fill the boots of Calum Woodger to talk about our twa teams. Listen and enjoy!…
 
Blue Toon gaffer McInally explains his stance against Hearts owner Ann Budge’s 14-14-14 SPFL reconstruction plan. Plus, the former Nottingham Forest and Dundee United man tells his funniest Brian Clough stories and reflects on glory days under Jim McLean, as well as his nine years at Balmoor.By DC Thomson Media
 
The Tele crew are joined by striker Simon Murray to talk over his time at Tannadice and who was a doughnut at Dens Park, plus a bit of Arbroath, Hibs and South Africa thrown in for good measure! Wrap your lugs around it. Or it around your lugs. Either way – enjoy!By DC Thomson Media
 
Use this bumper instalment of The Dirt as a chance to finally complete that big job in the garden you’ve been putting off! This week, Laura and Blake sit down to take a look back at the wonderful lineup of guests from series one and reflect on some favourite moments from the first series. Expect plenty of laughs, useful growing tips, the clumsiest …
 
“Super Kev” tells Northern Goal about his varying fortunes under Skovdahl, Paterson and Calderwood at Pittodrie, and reveals the scenario which could have made him a one-club man with the Dons. He also opens up on his time at Cardiff City – which included FA Cup and Carling Cup finals, Vincent Tan’s takeover, and playing with stars from Robbie Fowl…
 
As the promise of the last frost isn’t far away, the team are hardening off plants in the kitchen garden, and discussing whether stroking them before putting them outside actually works. Also on this week’s show: Rose is championing the best technology for giving help and guidance on the plot, Laura is thinking about how our love for getting outdoo…
 
The boys are joined by a former colleague Tom Duthie to discuss the forthcoming Jim McLean book, and the madness of Ivano and Dario Bonetti’s time at Dens Park. You can get 15% off the book too, whether as a present for yourself, a pal, or just to troll the Dee in your life. No matter who you’re buying for, just enter the code LEGEND at checkout at…
 
In this bonus episode, former Aberdeen, Caley Thistle and Cove Rangers midfielder Stuart Duff talks to Northern Goal. He gives his take on clashes with Rudi Skacel and Nacho Novo, why he thinks ex-Dons boss Mark McGhee failed at Pittodrie and how he ended up at Kairat Almaty.By DC Thomson Media
 
It’s a sunny day as the GYO team catch up remotely to discuss some fun and useful projects to get done in the vegetable garden over the coming week - whether that’s pinching out tomatoes, looking after container vegetable crops, or creating a fun scavenger hunt activity for the kids (and big kids!) to join in with. Plus, Laura, Blake and Rose chat …
 
The boys all agree it's time to stop dreaming up unfeasible ideas and call time on the Premiership. There’s also reflection on departing Caley Thistle skipper Carl Tremarco’s time in Inverness, as well as discussion on whether boss John Robertson will be top of St Johnstone’s list.By DC Thomson Media
 
It’s National Gardening Week and this year the celebrations are happening online. Plus, the Grow Your Own team is busy deciding on the best plan of action when your garden offers up bonus volunteer plants, gossiping over the latest celebrities showing off their green fingers on social media, and discussing naked gardening! Don’t miss it. 🌱 Don’t mi…
 
This week, Tele sports reporters Calum Woodger, George Cran and Graeme Finnan are joined by Gary Cocker and Daniel Smith from Dundee fan podcast Walking Down the Provie Road to discuss the season that’s been for the Dark Blues. If you disagree – or even agree! – with the picks, phone 01382 575520 and leave a message for the lads!…
 
Peterhead's Jamie Stevenson talks about his time in the Pittodrie youth set-up, going full-time in Spain after being scouted while playing football with his dad in Mallorca, the Blue Toon, and gives his thoughts on the implications of Covid-19 on the Scottish game.By DC Thomson Media
 
Catch up with the Grow Your Own team for the latest mini instalment of The Dirt Podcast: Quick & Dirty. Rose is uncovering a secret Japanese garden that’s been 45 years in the making, Laura is visiting some of her favourite gardens from around the country using the power of virtual technology, and Blake puts the spotlight on one of our inspiring fr…
 
The end of the season in the lower leagues has finally been confirmed, which is good news for League Two champions Cove Rangers – although the rumblings over the SPFL voting process look set to continue with potential reconstruction now to be thrashed out. What will that mean for all of our clubs, including Highland kings Brora Rangers?…
 
Knock knock. Who’s there? The GYO team... ready to make you laugh with some (terrible) gardening jokes that are bound to help lift lockdown spirits. Laura, Blake and Rose also think about how to get the best from your compost heap, pick out their favourites from your ‘pets on the plot’ snaps and even venture onto the subject of gardening at Hogwart…
 
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