We catch up with football writer Onur Bilgic to discuss football in the former Eastern Bloc, those countries under Soviet influence from 1945-91.
Why were Eastern European teams more successful in the European Cup-Winners' Cup than the European Cup (now Champions League)? Why did former Eastern Bloc national teams excel after the Iron Curtain came down?
Apologies for the sound quality, stick with it - the content is fascinating.
We're joined by Anthony Barbagallo who writes about Sicilian Football.
We discuss Palermo's comeback, Catania Calcio, what's going right at Trapani, plus a whole host of excellent groundhopping experiences in Sicily.
Our guest is Michael Barrett, whose graphic novel explores the story of Preston North End's unbeaten run to the league and cup double in 1888-89 season. Only Arsenal in 2003-4 went unbeaten in a league season since then.
Our guest is Vienna-based Richard Turkowitsch, who takes us through the clubs of Austria. We discuss the Vienna derby, the rise of Red Bull Salzburg and a whole lot more besides.
We catch up with Dan Barker, whose online magazine 'A Whole New Ballgame' looks back at the pivotal decade when everything changed - the 1990s.
We reflect on how TV and culture, plus a changing geopolitical world shook football and morphed it into what it is today.
We look at the good and the bad things that means for the game today.