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  1. Hullo! It's almost time for the final episode of the series. Watch the show tonight at 10:30pm on the BBC Scotland Channel, catch-up later on BBC iPlayer and feel free to tell us what you think on here. Tonight's show looks a bit like this: This Is The News - We start the show with a roundup of the biggest headlines flying around Scottish football. Social Media - Club Shop - It's nearing the end of the season and that means end of season sales. We take a look at the weird and wonderful items clubs are trying to flog to us punters before fresh stock arrives for the new campaign. Show Us Your Medals - Cillian Sheridan - Republic of Ireland international striker, globetrotter, hair bobble connoisseur, and icon of Twitter Cillian Sheridan joins us in the studio to chat about his career that has taken him from Celtic to Dundee and a whole host of places in between. Future Headlines - The gang take a look at what is left of the season and make some big predictions about what is yet to happen. The Banker - The hottest competition in town comes to an end and we find out who is victorious. In the 'Wee Films', we head north and visit the Orkney Women's Football Club who, after fighting for acceptance, are thriving and playing with pride as they represent their island, we go to Kilsyth Athletic and meet senior Scottish football's youngest gaffer and we take a look back at the season so far. So, what would you say will be the future headlines for the rest of the season and who do you think will be taking home the Eamonn Brophy Lone Wolf Trophy this year? See you tonight at 10:30pm on the BBC Scotland Channel.
  2. Hullo! Looking for some Friday night telly? Look no further. Watch the show at 10:30pm on the BBC Scotland Channel, catch-up later on BBC iPlayer and feel free to tell us what you think on here. Tonight’s show looks a bit like this: This Is The News - We start the show with a roundup of the biggest headlines spinning around Scottish football. Social Media - Don't Quote Me On That - Social media can often be a weird and wonderful place. The comments section is another world. We take a deep dive into what supporters have been saying online. How To Start A League - Fiona McIntyre - Fiona McIntyre, Head of Girls and Women's Football at the Scottish FA, joins us to discuss the challenges of building a new league and the growth of the women's game. Six Pointer - We preview some of the weekend's biggest ties. Cup finals and potential title deciders. It's going to be a massive few days. The Banker - Joel returns and joins Fowler and Shaughan as they once again take on Telfer in the quest of the Lone Wolf Trophy. In the 'Wee Films', we tell the remarkable story of Hibs fans and their support of Ukrainian orphanages that began with a UEFA Cup tie 17 years ago, we meet the man who has been driving the St Johnstone team bus for over 30 years and we revisit the Dundee derby which saw Dundee United get relegated. So, what Scottish football headlines got you thinking this week, who do you think will win the weekend's six pointers and come next week, who do you think will be leading the chase in The Banker? See you tonight!
  3. Hullo! We're back and there's a whole lot to get through. Watch the show at 10:30pm on the BBC Scotland Channel, catch-up later on BBC iPlayer and feel free to tell us what you think on here. Tonight’s show looks a bit like this: Larsson & Scheidt - Sometimes you have a great time and other times you aren't on form. We take a look at who was going off like a Catherine wheel and who's wheels came off this week. Hype Train - It's always exciting when you have a player coming through the ranks with a bit of talent. We take a look at which young stars have been impressing this season. Social Media - Scotland.com - Scottish football is massive. We have a look at its global prescense online and see who has been talking about our game around the world. Up The Road - There's a lot we like about Scottish football but there are some things that need to go. The panel discuss what annoys them from signs asking for for a player's shirt to fourth officials. @Daft Davey - We asked and you delivered. Yes, this week we put your questions to the gang. The Banker - Fowler, Shaughan and Rob take on Telfer and this week they have to predict results from the Scottish Championship. In the 'Wee Films', we meet Jay and his mother Tracey to find out why going to East Stirlingshire games together is so important to them, we visit Firhill and hear why it feels like home for fans of Partick Thistle and we speak to Aberdeen FC legend Willie Miller about his incredible career with the Dons. So, what would you bin from Scottish football, which young player has caught your eye and who do you reckon will win in the Championship this weekend? See you later!
  4. Hullo! Time for another Friday night of Scottish football. Watch the show at 10:30pm on the BBC Scotland Channel, catch-up later on BBC iPlayer and feel free to tell us what you think on here. Tonight’s show looks a bit like this: Talkin' It Up - The team shout about who and what has been impressing them recently in our game. Scottish Cup Fives - We look back at the Scottish Cup ties from the weekend and select our perfect fives team from the star players on show. Social Media - Heroes and One One Zero - Whether it's Tony Watt rescuing a sheep or Celtic's mascot forgetting their shorts, Scottish football has been awash with heroes and a few zeros as well. Show Us Your Medals - Jack Ross - The former Hibs, St Mirren, Alloa Athletic and Sunderland gaffer chats about his career, appearance on Netflix, fashion and so much more with the gang. Great Big Weekend - The panel take a look at who is going to have a great big weekend ahead of them in Scottish football. The Banker - Rob, Fowler and Shaughan take on Telfer as the competition hots up. In the 'Wee Films', we meet Jamie McCunnie, the former Dundee United player who has turned to the world of reffing, we speak to Aberdeen FC Women and hear from the team why Kelly Forrest is a club legend and former Scotland captain Colin Hendry recalls memories of Hampden Park and tells us why the national stadium means so much to him. So, who would you be talking up, who is due to have a great big weekend and who would make your 5-a-side squad? See you soon!
  5. Hullo! We are back on the screen tonight and we are joined by a brand new panellist - Sean! Watch the show at 10:30pm on the BBC Scotland Channel, catch-up later on BBC iPlayer and feel free to tell us what you think on here. Tonight’s show looks a bit like this: Our View From... Scotland vs Ukraine - We touch on the horrific situation in Ukraine and the delayed World Cup play-off. Round The Houses - Fowler has been away on holiday so the team go round the houses and update him on what has been happening in our game. Social Media - Well of Content - From opera singers at Easter Road to stag and hen parties at Nairn County, we take a look at what clubs have been offering online. Be Kind Rewind - We take a deep dive back to the 2010/11 season to have a look at the highlights and the chaos of that year in Scottish footballing terms. Hot Balls - Our squad preview the weekend's cup draws and make their predictions. The Banker - Sean has his first go in the competition as he joins Rob and Fowler in looking to take down Telfer in the quest for the Lone Wolf Trophy. In the 'Wee Films', we head to the Fife Derby between Kelty Hearts and Cowdenbeath, we see what it is like to play for a supporters team and we look back at when Queen of the South chucked Aberdeen out of the Scottish Cup at Hampden in 2008. So, who do you think will be getting through to the next round of the cup, what has caught your eye on social media and what are your favourite memories from the 2010/11 season? Catch you soon!
  6. Hullo! We are back to kick off the weekend with another big week of Scottish football action. Watch the show at 10:30pm on the BBC Scotland Channel, catch-up later on BBC iPlayer and feel free to tell us what you think on here. Tonight’s show looks a bit like this: Spicy Opinions - The gang throw in some of their biggest, spiciest opinions about Scottish football into the room. Scottish Passport - Scottish players are lighting up leagues all across the world. From Italy to India, we chat about some of the players making their mark outside of Scotland. Social Media - Don't Quote Me On That - There is a lot to enjoy about Scottish football's social media and often the best gems are in the comments section. We pull out some of the best lines from yet another wild week online. Show Us Your Medals - Kevin Thomson - We chat to the current Kelty Hearts boss about their push for promotion and his playing career at clubs including Hibs and Rangers. Take The High Road - The gang take a look at the Highland League and preview the fixtures coming this weekend. The Banker - Joel, Shaughan and Rob try to maintain their lead over Craig G Telfer in the hotly contested competition. In the 'Wee Films', we meet a father and son who travel round the country ground hopping together, Duncan and Duncan take on commentary duties at Airdrieonians and we take a look back at the time Dick Campbell stormed Somerset Park. So, which Scottish player has been impressing you abroad, what's your spiciest current take on our game and which team are you backing to take the title home this year in the Highland League? See you soon!
  7. Hullo hullo! Time to go again as we look another wild week of Scottish football. Watch the show at 10:30pm on the BBC Scotland Channel, catch-up later on BBC iPlayer and feel free to tell us what you think on here. Tonight’s show looks a bit like this: This Is The News - The gang look at the BIGGEST headlines taking over the Scottish game right now. Social Media - Search History - We take a look at some of the wildest things happening on the web. From player tattoos to the Bodo/Glimt admin. There's a lot to look at. Show Us Your Medals - Rory Loy - Player turned commentator Rory Loy joins us in the studio to talk about his career on and off the pitch. Statement Of The Nation - We look at a whole host of statement's (not questions) about our game and the boys give their opinions on what they mean for Scottish football. The Banker - Rob, Fowler and Shaughan take on Craig G Telfer and try to make up lost ground for some of Joel's earlier predictions... In the 'Wee Films', we visit Saracen Park - home of Ashfield AFC to hear why the ground means so much to one of Scotland's oldest junior teams, we meet the man with one of the biggest Hibs collections and hear from Kilmarnock club legend Ray Montgomerie. So, who would you talk up from their current performances, which club do you think is having a bit of a nightmare and what is the strangest decision you have seen given on a football pitch? See you later!
  8. Hullo again! We're back for our second round of 2022 action. There's never a dull day in Scottish football and this week it's been especially busy for managers coming and going. As usual, we have a whole lot to get through. Watch the show at 10:30pm on the BBC Scotland Channel, catch-up later on BBC iPlayer and feel free to tell us what you think on here. Tonight’s show looks a bit like this: Talkin' It Up - Scottish football is class and we are here to talk it up. The team take a look at who has been doing great things in the game that deserve to be shouted about. Nightmare Fuel -Some clubs aren't having the best time of it at the moment. A bit of a nightmare to be honest. We look at the best and worst case scenarios for those that are currently in a bit of a pickle. Social Media - Employee Of The Month - Our game is filled with an army of fans offering their services to the game. Photographers, commentators, coaches, the lot. Sometimes it's the staff that go that extra mile to give us a laugh, whether it be for slipping on the pitch or having a wee dance. This week we delve into the web to find out what employees have been up to and try to crown our employee of the week. See You Later Debater - We debate some big ideas that could change the face of Scottish football. If you could make a change to Scottish football, what would it be? A Great Big Weekend - There's another big weekend of Scottish football on the cards and we take a look at who is likely to have a big grin on their face by the time Monday comes around. The Banker - The competition hots up with the table currently sitting all square. This week it's Rob, Graeme and Joel taking on Telfer in the quest for glory. This week they have to pick teams playing away from home as their banker. In the 'Wee Films', we look meet Shadab Iftikhar, the first South Asian to manage in Scotland who has taken on the role at Fort William FC having previously worked with Everton and the Belgian National Team. We head down the road to St Cuthbert Wanderers to find out what it is like to run one of the most southern teams in Scotland and we look back at Kris Doolan's ghost goal for Partick Thistle. So, who would you talk up from their current performances, which club do you think is having a bit of a nightmare and what is the strangest decision you have seen given on a football pitch? See you tonight!
  9. Hullo! We are back with our first episode of 2022. The cinch never sleeps and so there is a lot for us to talk about. Watch the show at 10:30pm on the BBC Scotland Channel, catch-up later on BBC iPlayer and feel free to tell us what you think on here. Tonight’s show looks a bit like this: Round The Houses - It's our first round up of 2022. Who has been flying? Who has had a terrible time of it? Social Media - Well of Content - The January transfer window is always an interesting one, not least for socials. We've had Kaka recommending Scottish football to a player, Aaron Ramsey moving from Juventus and John Souttar's coffee shop getting many a questionable review since he penned a deal with Rangers. Eyes On The Ball - So much has happened since we've been off air and we want to test who has been paying attention. The gang take part in a quiz that has them guessing events from tweets and comments on Pie and Bovril, Telfer doing a bit of Pictionary and of course a quick-fire round. The loser has to wear the bib of shame. Hot Balls - The Scottish Cup lies ahead and we chat our way through some of the biggest games on the fixture list. The Banker - Telfer returns the trophy to the studio and the competition gets back underway as Joel, Shaughan and Fowler try to overtake Craig G Telfer in the season's hottest competition. In the 'Wee Films', we look at the action packed world of powerchair football, visit Banks O'Dee for the biggest game in their history and in the Season So Far have a a look back at all the wild thrills, spills and action that has been filling our game the past two months. So, who are you tipping for a cup upset this weekend, who has caught your eye this winter and do you think Telfer can maintain his form as we enter the second half of The Banker? See you later!
  10. Hullo! It's time for the LAST EPISODE OF 2021!!! Watch the show at 10:30pm on the BBC Scotland Channel, catch-up later on BBC iPlayer and feel free to tell us what you think on here. Tonight’s show looks a bit like this: Round The Houses - It's our final round up of the season - as we approach Christmas are teams, managers and players, where we expected? Social Media - Club Shop - It's that time of year when clubs try to punt tat to fans for Christmas gifts. We'll we have a look at what is on offer and Telfer even gets the gang a present. The Golden Terraces with Michael Stewart - We are joined by former Man Utd, Hearts and Hibs midfielder Michael Stewart to give out the biggest awards in world football. We find out who has been the 'Box Office Club Of The Year', 'Hero Of The Year', 'Team Of The Year' and many more. Hold Me To It - As we look ahead to next year we make our boldest predictions of what's to come. The Banker - We wrap up the scores for the halfway point in the season and find out who is getting to take home the Lone Wolf Trophy for Christmas. In the 'Wee Films', Duncan and Duncan return and this time they are going into management, we meet the Lincolnshire Galabankies who attended an Annan Athletic game for a stag do and have been coming back ever since and we look back on the season so far. So, who was your box office team of the year, what's the best club shop gift you've seen this year and what is your boldest prediction for the new year? See you tonight! We'll be back with more shows in February. Until then take care and have a Merry Christmas when it comes.
  11. Hullo! We head into another weekend of the cinch and an action packed run of Scottish Cup matches but before we get to the touchline, there's time to kick it all off with another episode of A View From The Terrace. Watch the show at 10:30pm on the BBC Scotland Channel, catch-up later on BBC iPlayer and feel free to tell us what you think on here. Tonight’s show looks a bit like this: Talking It Up - Nae time for grumbling. We look back at the last week of Scottish football and talk about why it's absolutely class. From celebrations to standout performances. We are talking it up! Soap Box - Some players are like marmite with one set of supporters singing their praises while others cannot understand why their name is on the team sheet. The gang debate players they think are overrated and others they think get a hard time off of fans. Social Media - Don't Quote Me On That - Twitter is good, but have you ever read the comments? Going only from the comments, the panel needs to guess what big event or action from this week's Scottish football Twitter Craig is talking about. Brick In The Wall with Gemma Fay - We are joined by Scotland's most capped player Gemma Fay to have a look back at her career and discuss how the Scotland Women's National team have progressed over time. Fairytale - It's the Scottish Cup 3rd round and we want to dream. Each member of the squad picks a team they think could cause a big upset this week and and fly into the next stage of the tournament. The Banker - Shaughan, Rob and Fowler take on Craig G Telfer with their predictions for the last time before the winter break. In the 'Wee Films', we visit Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic to hear about their role in the community and hopes for the future, we look at Ayr United's historic ground Somerset Park and find out why it feels like home to so many and we look back at a triumphant derby win for Dundee United. So, who deserves to be talked up, which player would you take to the soapbox to debate and what Scottish Cup tie is set for a fairytale ending this weekend? See you tonight!
  12. Hullo! The international break is over and what a set of games we had. We look back at the national team's triumphs as well as capturing all the action from the lower leagues. Watch the show at 11:00pm on the BBC Scotland Channel, catch-up later on BBC iPlayer and feel free to tell us what you think on here. Tonight’s show looks a bit like this: Brave Hearts Scotland are on fire. After wrapping up our group with an outstanding victory over Denmark, we unpick our campaign looking at a whole host of things including the manager, our players coming of age and what the future holds for the national team. Round The Houses We go round the houses, covering the main events, the highlights and the standout moments from a range of leagues across the country. Survival guide - MANAGER’S SPECIAL Managers come and go, but social media is for life. We take a look at how fans have been reacting to gaffers the past few weeks. See Ya Later Debater The team throw their most outlandish ideas for how to change the game in Scotland up for debate. They discuss everything from forcing underperforming managers to watch games with the fans and making whoever gets fouled be the person to take the penalty. BIG DEBATES. Statement Of The Nation The squad answer quick fire questions and give their biggest opinions on the weekend's fixtures. The Banker Joel, Craig and Ray take on Craig G Telfer with their weekend predictions and this time they must pick a draw. In the 'Wee Films', we visit Vale of Leithen as they try to shake the title of the worst team in Scotland, we meet social media star Sam Wardrop who has taken a break from his career in professional football to pursue other interests as a social media fitness coach and hear from Hearts club legend Jim Jefferies as he looks back on his time with the side. So, what did you make of Scotland's campaign, who is likely to draw this week and what has been your standout moments from the last week of Scottish football? See you tonight!
  13. Folks, we’re not even halfway there but what a time it’s been. Screamers, blunders, statements, questions, quality interviews, magnificent appointments, rip-roaring tackles, fans on form, the works. What’s been your favourite moments of the season so far?
  14. Hullo! It's time for a massive double header as Scotland play a crucial World Cup Qualifier followed by A View From The Terrace returning to your screens for another week. Watch the show at 10:30pm on the BBC Scotland Channel, catch-up later on BBC iPlayer and feel free to tell us what you think on here. Tonight’s show looks a bit like this: This Is The News The headlines never stop rolling. There's always something going down. We take on the biggest stories making waves around the world of Scottish football. Fives We've got the pick of Scottish football but who should we select for our team of fives? Who were the best players from the weekend? Who was truly box office? The gang put their heads together to build an unstoppable side. Social Media - Search History We take a look back at the best social media has had to offer our nation when talking about the national game. Players, clubs and fans are all getting in on the action. Show Us Your Medals - David Martindale Joining us in the studio is current top-flight manager David Martindale. The Livi gaffer chats to the team about his journey in football, life as a manager in the top divison, signing Lyndon Dykes and we put some of your questions to him. A Great Big Weekend There's a lot to play for this weekend but who will be left with a beamer on their face when the 90-minute whistle is blown. Who is looking forward to a cracking big weekend? The Banker Shaughan, Rob and Graeme take on Craig G Telfer with their weekend predictions as the competition for the Lone Wolf Trophy picks up. In the 'Wee Films', we pay a visit to Livingston to hear about their academy, why they reinstated it and their hopes to unearth stars of the future by giving youth a chance. We also head along to Beith Juniors to tell the story of club legend Kenny McLean, the most successful striker in the side's history. In our Last Minute Winner Rianne Downey plays us out with a cover of 'Freed From Desire.' So, who would you pick to fill your fives team, what's your take on the week's biggest stories and who should be expecting a great big weekend? Catch you later!
  15. We have a current top flight manager in the studio this week. If you had the chance, what questions would you ask someone managing in Scotland's premier division? Let us know.
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