David Fraser, Chris Charles, Chris Mendes and Paul Finney bring you the most entertaining podcast ever to come out of W12. The regulars are joined weekly by QPR players old and new as well as the odd celebrity fan.
It’s the most Warbs-ball time of the year
Regulars Paul Finney and Clive Whittingham host author Dan Trelfer and Opta stats man Jack Supple for a hard stare at the defence, the attack, the refereeing and the manager. Plus, play along at home with our ‘does Covid live there?’ quiz.
A trip down memory lane with Ben Kosky
Flo Lloyd-Hughes, Paul Finney and Clive Whittingham are joined by Kilburn Times journalist Ben Kosky to talk about his new book - ‘Are you Rangers in disguise’. There is also a poignant interview with Mark Prince on what would have been his son Kiyan's 30th Birthday, thanks to BTSport
The Nedum One-Hour Pod
A 20 minute chat with Nedum Onuohua turns into an hour as the ex-QPR defender talks through his time in West London, his career, playing in the US and what the future holds. David, Paul and Chris dont have to do very much at all but thankfully they pressed record. WARNING: Don't listen if you are Joey Barton. Or Zlatan.
A junior podcast special - Ilias Chairs Shirts
A special podcast this week as junior fans take over the show. David and Paul help things along but the stars are our young podcasters Charlie Mack, Archie West, George Sharp and Nathan Fraser (plus cameos from George & Lily Fraser). The youngsters are also surprised by special guest Ilias Chair who answers their questions and also ends up emptying his wardrobe.
Six guys, Four Kitchens, Three Jamies
Jamie Mackie pops in as part of a lively podcast as David, Paul and Chris are joined by James Evans and James Norris. The boys discuss the Preston defeat, the Bournemouth draw and other happenings at the KPF Stadium this week
The ins and outs of Project Big Picture. Flo, Finney and Clive sit down with Former QPR, FA and Wembley Stadium exec Jim Frayling and special guest Kieran Maguire from the Price of Football to discuss Project Big Picture
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