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  1. Hi all, I'd just like to bring my Scotland podcast to the attention of fellow fans. I hope this post is allowed, apologies if it goes against any rules of the forum. It's called The Hampden Roar and I've been interviewing former players, and so far one manager, about their international careers. I've got 9 episodes online and have some more good guests lined up over the coming months. Kenny Miller, Gary Caldwell, Stephen McManus, Paul Lambert, Ian Murray, Jim McCalliog, Murdo McLeod and Craig Brown episodes are all online. Part two of my interview with Kenny Miller will be out this week. The host website with episodes is called Audioboom and can be found here https://audioboom.com/channels/4969604 It's also on iTunes, Spotify and Google podcasts if those platforms suit any potential listeners better. Thanks for taking the time to read and I hope that anyone that gives it a go enjoys it. Cheers, Andy.
  2. I’m the stadium announcer at Hampden and I also host a podcast about sport and music. I’m hosting a live show of the podcast with guests BBC Radio Scotland, “Off The Ball’ hosts Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan. - Wednesday 12 June, 8 pm - Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh Both have chosen 3 of their fave songs and they’ll take part in a quiz on Scottish Football. There’s even live music too from The Sorries, Douglas Kay. Share of proceeds go to two charities nominated by Stu and Tam, Scottish Autism and St Andrew’s Hospice. Tickets can be booked here: https://www.traverse.co.uk/whats-on/event/graeme-eastons-play-list-with-stuart-cosgrove-and-tam-cowan
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