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Soccer FM is a new weekly podcast feature for season 2016-2017 which we are hosting. The show is a short sharp and hopefully witty review of the weekend's major talking points across the SPFL and is hosted by Dunfermline fan Steven Mill (of Capital FM fame) and Partick Thistle supporter and comedian Ray Bradshaw.
We hope you enjoy it and get involved with the lads as the show takes shape over the coming weeks.
The national side is a constant source of abject misery but at some point it might end. Gordon Strachan is the latest man charged with leading us back to a major tournament for the first time since 1998. Discuss all aspects of the Scotland team here.
There are 30-40 Saturday-playing amateur leagues in Scotland covering Highland, North of Scotland, North of Tay, Tayside, Fife, East of Scotland, South of Scotland, and West of Scotland regions. Discuss them all here !
The P&B massive have a love of many other sports too so if you want to talk Golf, Egg Chasing, Tennis, Yank Football, Baseball, Cricket, Darts, Snooker or Synchronised swimming or anything else then here is the place to do it.
Jamie Wire has retired as our resident statto but never fear as craigkillie has stepped in to take over ! Feel free to post any question in this forum on the subject of Scottish football (line-ups, results, trivia etc) and either he or one of the many forum regulars will be only too happy to try and help!
This is the General Nonsense forum for use by all P&B visitors to discuss anything and everything. Note that any music, tv, film, gaming or technology related threads should be placed in the respective forums (see below this one) for those topics.
Getting good travel advice is invaluable when you are thinking of heading somewhere new. P&B has a very well well travelled membership so this section is for you to pick their brains about where you are off to.
It's long been requested by the masses and finally here it is. P&B Gold is where old classic threads will be moved to by the mods whenever they have served their time in the main forum.
Users can contribute to threads that make their way in here, but can't start new topics here. Of course we want users to suggest threads that merit being moved here, and we will NEVER archive any of the threads that sit in Gold.
Not as good as last week, but better than episode one.
Meth Mick is a good character, but was seriously overused in tonight's episode.
On the subject of minor characters, Peggy will feature in this series.
Lets be honest here. The court case was brought by the Scotch Whisky Association because they are considered to have some gravitas. Normally, any SWA member wouldn't be seen dead with a £14 bottle of whisky.
The 'White Lightning Association' or the 'Friends of Buckie Drinkers' would have been laughed out of court.
Realistically, the alcohol producers are hoping to continue to promote cheap ciders & fortified wine stuffed full of caffeine - nasty bulk products. They are happy to fight losing legal battles like this.
Surely people can accept that products of this type are more damaging than a £4.99 bottle of 12.5% wine* - a product that won't be affected by the current policy?
* says the person currently 2/3 of the way through a £4.99 bottle of 12.5% wine who claims to be impartial