My guest is James from the Menorca Football blog. He fills us in on football in Menorca and we look at the other Balearic Island clubs, like Real Mallorca and Ibiza.
I'm joined by Jon Spurling, author of 'Get It On', a new book about football in the 1970s. We look at a pivotal and controversial decade in English football.
My guest is Gaizka Atxa, one of the founders of the Mr Pentland Club, a London-based fan club of Athletic Club de Bilbao. We discuss the long history of one of the most unique clubs in the world.
My guest is Wayne Girard, who writes about Italian football, specifically AS Roma. We're discussing the Roman derby - Lazio v Roma.
My guest is writer and podcaster Paul Whittle, whose new book looks at the last decades of the Football League before the shake-up that led to the formation of the Premier League in 1992.
Gary Jordan is my guest. He's written a book about AFC Wimbledon and the return of the club to Plough Lane, SW19, the same road as the original Wimbledon FC.
Jonathan O'Brien's book covers the Euros from the tournament's inception in 1960 to the delayed 2020 championship. We look at how the tournament has evolved, controversy, politics, and its highlights.
The world's oldest Association rules football tournament, the FA Cup, turns 150 in season 2021-22. My guest is Phil Annets, whose new book 'FA Cup 150' lists key events from the tournament's history.
I discuss the past, present and future of Europe's most-attended football club, Borussia Dortmund, with Benjamin McFadyean, who also runs the London supporters' group for BVB.
My guest is Stu Carrington, whose book 'Blowing the Whistle' covers the psychology of football refereeing. We discuss the data behind the influence of the crowd, of managers' mind games, and VAR...
My guest is football writer Nige Tassell, whose latest book 'The Hard Yards' looks at a unique season in the Championship. It's England's second tier and the fifth most-attended league in the world.
My guest is Steven Scragg, whose new book builds on his previous two about European football's leading club competitions of recent decades. This time, we're discussing the European Cup. Its origins, its evolution, its key figures and stories.
My guest is Richard McBrearty from the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden Park. We're discussing his research into early Glasgow football, the key role of Queen's Park FC in the growth of the game, and how Irish community clubs emerged
The Away Leg is a new book containing 11 stories from top football journalists collated by Steve Menary and James Montague. We discuss Iran v USA at France '98, Iceland at Euro 2016, the time Arsenal's women's team became champions of Europe, and much more...
I welcome Tim Hartley back onto the podcast to discuss his new book, 'The World At Your Feet', in which he searches for the soul of football. In the second half, we get Tim's tips for groundhopping in his native Wales.
My guest is Matt Spiro, whose book looks at French football in the 20 years between the country's two World Cup triumphs in 1998 and 2018. It was quite some ride in that time!
Anthony Russell runs the Instagram account @DDRProgrammes, where he shows off his fascinating collection of match day programmes from former East Germany
Peter Miles has been to thousands of grounds worldwide and has a new book out dedicated entirely to the photography of floodlights. Peter discusses the world's most photographic football stadiums here - plus how to catch that perfect #floodlightfriday...
I am joined by Danny Lewis, author of new book on West Ham's last match at its beloved Upton Park/Boleyn Ground stadium. We discuss the club's move to the London Stadium.
Paul Hatt from the website FootballBookReviews.com joins me to discuss the best football writing. How influential was Fever Pitch in making football writing more respectable? Which are the 'must-haves' for your shelf? We look at history, auto/biography and political football books.