Our very own Scottish rugby podcast is the source for the latest ramblings and irreverent discussion of Scotland’s rugby performance. Hosted by Cammy Black with regular co-presenters Gav Harper and Brodie Smithers (the grumpy one) and a revolving door of guests from the blog and beyond. The podcast appears weekly during the Six Nations and November Internationals, and less-regularly outside these windows. On this page you can find all the previous episodes, which are available on iTunes and Acast as well as embedded on the posts themselves.
This week Cammy is joined by Iain and Brodie to look back at the narrow victory over Italy, ponder parking charges on the Murrayfield back pitches in the late 90s and which Scotland player looks like an angry toddler.
This week Cammy is joined by Al and Rory to talk about the Calcutta Cup and nothing else for well over an hour because, like Nathan Hughes taking a knee for a Princess, it was the kind of game that deserved such reverential treatment.
This week Cammy is joined by John and Rory to discuss the beautiful public toilets on Bute, Shoogly Dougally and Jim Telfer: agony uncle returns. We also talk about the rugby at the weekend eventually.
This week Cammy is joined by Brodie and John to look ahead to the Six Nations, announce the return of our 6 Nations Fantasy League and wonder why there are no decent prospects for professional oboe players in Scotland
This week Cammy is joined by Rory and Al to look back at the Australia game and the Autumn Tests. We also discuss Andy Robinson’s face, enjoy a classic TV theme tune and Cammy is forced to say Ryan Wilson had an alright game.