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.
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.
David Hartrick is the author of a new book on Bobby Robson's time as England manager (1982-90). It's a tumultuous decade for English football that ends with something of a silver lining.
Just what is CONIFA and what are its aims? We talk to James Hendicott, whose new book chronicles the organisation's journey.
We welcome Rich Hall, founder of Italian football site The Gentleman Ultra, back onto the site to discuss the past, present and future of the team he supports, Internazionale di Milano (Inter Milan).
We look back at Trinidad & Tobago's incredible journey to qualify for the 2006 World Cup in Germany with Gene De Gourville, who's written a book on the subject.
We welcome Steven Scragg back onto the podcast to discuss his new book on the UEFA Cup (now Europa League). How did this Inter-City Fairs Cup morph into a much-loved, two-legged final tournament that saw Ipswich Town, Dundee United and IFK Gothenburg get to finals?
Jordan Florit is the author of a new book 'Red Wine and Arepas' about the rise and rise of football in Venezuela. He has some fascinating stories to tell from this troubled country with a strong, new footballing ethos in both the men's and women's game.
We're joined by Robert O'Connor, whose new book is a chronicle of football's role in former Soviet Republics and other countries of the Eastern Bloc.
Our guest is Vadim Furmanov, originally from Kyiv in Ukraine. He writes regularly for Futbolgrad and other sites on Ukrainian football.
Here, he tells us about the current state of the game and how the conflict with Russia has impacted domestic clubs.
We chat to Josh Chapman, AKA The Kitsman on Twitter, about the art of the football shirt and his tips for collecting them. Learn about our favourite shirts from around the world.
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.