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The Robins on the Wire podcast brings you the very latest news and discussions on Bristol City hosted by Michelle Owen and the Bristol Post’s City reporter Gregor MacGregor, who will be joined by special guests to get into the big (and not so big) talking points. Get involved and comment below the line. Be it transfer news, Lee Johnson, Steve Lansdown or Ashton Gate - this podcast touches anyone or anything that's as red as the Robins.

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The Robins on the Wire podcast brings you the very latest news and discussions on Bristol City hosted by Michelle Owen and the Bristol Post’s City reporter Gregor MacGregor, who will be joined by special guests to get into the big (and not so big) talking points. Get involved and comment below the line. Be it transfer news, Lee Johnson, Steve Lansdown or Ashton Gate - this podcast touches anyone or anything that's as red as the Robins.

    Barnsley bash FA Cup debrief and transfers

    Barnsley bash FA Cup debrief and transfers

    Episode 106 of our Bristol City podcast is here as host and Bristol Live reporter Gregor MacGregor speaks to the Exiled Robin on all things City.
    Plus we hear from Lee Johnson and Adam Nagy as the upcoming game against Barnsley is previewed.
    Finally there's plenty of transfer talk over City's latest market moves. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 51 min
    Bristol City January transfer special and Wigan away

    Bristol City January transfer special and Wigan away

    We're back with our first Bristol City podcast of the new year! Our Robins reporter Gregor details the story behind the stories, and he is joined by Bristol Live sports editor James Piercy with plenty to chew over.
    We run through the Christmas fixtures in review, look ahead to Wigan away and examine where the club sit in their aim to finish in the top six this season.
    But the main bulk is to discuss the transfer window, with the Robins looking to trim their squad and add some quality to their squad if they are able to.
    Gregor runs through all the outs and ins that they know about and looks ahead to what might happen in the next weeks ahead.
    It's all in episode 105 of Robins On The Wire! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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    A merry Christmas with three points from Wednesday?

    A merry Christmas with three points from Wednesday?

    Episode 104 of Robins On The Wire sees host and Bristol Live reporter Gregor MacGregor joined by special guest and long term Bristol football reporter Richard Latham, who discusses 40 years covering the Robins.
    Richard shares some great stories of following Bristol City around the country, explains why the West Country men are on their way to the top flight and also how Bristol Rovers can spur them on to it!
    Meanwhile, there is also discussion from the Blackburn Rovers defeat and we hear from inside the Robins camp as the club made their annual Christmas visit to the Children's Hospice South West and more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 40 min
    Real Rovers test, and Millwall misery after that fab Fulham win

    Real Rovers test, and Millwall misery after that fab Fulham win

    Episode 103 of our Bristol City podcast Robins On The Wire is here. This week we focus on a fabulous win at Fulham, the dreadful performance against Millwall (where did that come from?) plus we look ahead to the visit of Blackburn Rovers on Saturday.
    We'll hear from head coach Lee Johnson and key centre-back Ashley Williams at length, while regular host Gregor MacGregor is joined by Bristol City fan and budding sports journalist George Allen to discuss the last two matches too. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 48 min
    Hats off for Huddersfield win and friends reunited at Fulham

    Hats off for Huddersfield win and friends reunited at Fulham

    Episode 102 of our Bristol City podcast Robins On The Wire is live and is another packed episode.
    Host and Bristol Live reporter Gregor MacGregor is joined by former Bristol City announcer Tim Shires to discuss all things Robins.
    Top of the agenda is the great win over Huddersfield Town at the weekend, while the pair also discuss the sad news regarding Benik Afobe and his daughter.
    The duo also preview the upcoming game at craven Cottage and facing Joe Bryan and Bobby Reid, while there is also discussion over City's great record of late in West London.
    We also hear from head coach Lee Johnson on the issues of the day while a large portion of the pod is dedicated to our exclusive interview - conducted by Bristol Live sports editor James Piercy - with Bristol City CEO Mark Ashton. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 59 min
    Mark Ashton exclusive, Terriers preview and Baggies/Forest debrief

    Mark Ashton exclusive, Terriers preview and Baggies/Forest debrief

    Episode 101 of our Robins On The Wire Bristol City podcast sees host Bristol Live Robins reporter Gregor MacGregor and Bristol Live Sports Editor James Piercy discuss the Nottingham Forest stalemate, defeat at the Hawthorns and preview the visit of Danny Cowley's Huddersfield Town team on Saturday.
    The pair also discuss the January transfer window including loan and striker news.
    However, the main serving is part one of an exclusive interview with Bristol City CEO Mark Ashton, who discusses the inner workings of the club (second part next week). For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

Matt BCFC88 ,

Great Podcast

No longer live in Bristol and this helps to keep me updated on all things city. Like both presenters and have enjoyed every show. Keep up the good work!

poneypone ,

Nope.

Gregor is almost as atrocious as the sound quality....why use a guy that can hardly speak Michelle Owen can’t come back soon enough, amateurish.

lil`chicken ,

Thoughtful balanced views

Thorougly enjoy this podcast. Both presenters have a good rapport and excellent knowledge about everything BCFC. The comments are measured and based on good research rather than sensationalist reporting or starting rumours to please the more impatient fans. A great production bearing in mind its probably done on a minimal budget.

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