Season 2015/16

SHOW: Brutal Barbers and Beefcakes

With four games to go it is pretty much all done and dusted but that did not stop Craig Cairns and Graeme Thewliss getting together to look back at the weekend’s action.

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Show: What’s for tea, Ronny?

Where Ronny went wrong, Fowler advocate of Fowler, comedy at Easter Road and how to offend ageing Rangers legends.

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Show: Logan’s Run

Graeme Thewliss, Andy Harrow and Derek Connor look back at the Scottish Cup semi-finals: Hibs’ harrowing penalty-kick victory over Dundee United and Rangers’ exuberant performance against Celtic.

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Show: See you at the Crossroads

Duncan McKay, Dundee United fan Derek Keilloh and a surprise guest look back at the midweek fixtures and forward to the Scottish Cup semi-finals, including the grim/comical Hibernian v Dundee United match-up.

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Show: Links Play

Tony Anderson’s final show for some time has a laugh at Gavin Gunning, a rant about Hibs and a helluva lot in between.

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Show: Martin Canning’s Head Full of Rocks

Graeme Thewliss, Robert Borthwick and Derek Connor talk Rangers and their journey, Hibs, midweek games, Soufian El Hassnaoui and Do Me a Solid, weekend predictions and Dundee United beating Barcelona. Again.

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Show: The Bald Mens’ Club

The original three, Craig Fowler, Tony Anderson and Joel Sked, are reunited at the end of an era as Tony is set to move on. Thankfully there was an action packed weekend of Premiership football to analyse, critique and laugh at.

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Show: Stick yer smelly fingers in my linguini Livingston

The highlights of the lower league features amid chat of Scotland’s win, Dunfermline’s season and someone falling off a stretcher.

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Show: The Louden Tavernier

Craig Cairns, Robert Borthwick and Graeme Thewliss look back at Scotland’s victory in the Czech Republic, rate the 12 top full-backs in the country and introduce a Celtic team into the memorable European nights.

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Show: Dreaming of you, Rab! (Top 12 SPFL goalkeepers)

Duncan and Craig F rank the dozen best goalkeepers in Scotland, while the next European night goes back to autumn 1992.

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