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.
Best of the season so far and Steve Lansdown talks
Episode 117 sees regular hosts Michelle Owen and Gregor MacGregor rounding up all the recent Bristol City news, including examining the recent interview from club owner Steve Lansdown and more.
The pair also talk through their own individual lockdowns and chat over the games and goals of the season so far.
Finally the duo also discuss one vital member behind the scenes at Ashton Gate, and talk about the current suspension of football.
This is the last episode before a hiatus, until football resumes again. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
At home with Korey Smith and EFL talks latest
Episode 116 of our Bristol City podcast Robins On The Wire includes an exclusive catch-up with senior Robin Korey Smith, as he speaks from his home on how he is coping with lockdown, how the Bristol City squad are doing at the moment, and keeping fit at home. There is also discussion over that 2014/15 double-winning side and how the midfielder managed to land his teabag into his cup so memorably recently.
Smith talks over how the Robins are dealing with coronavirus, while hosts Michelle Owen and Gregor MacGregor talk over the latest happenings in the world game - and where things stand regarding wage cuts and deferrals for players and club staff. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Containment, contracts and tea bags
Episode 115 of our Bristol City podcast Robins On The Wire sees Sky Sports' Michelle Owen and Bristol City reporter Gregor MacGregor discussing all things Robins.
The duo cover the latest happenings at Ashton Gate including new contracts being handed out, transfer news, the fight against coronavirus, raising money for the valiant NHS, season card sales and much more.
The pair also discuss the grass roots situation in football and the players being in lockdown.
Finally, news from the EFL is debated too, with so much uncertainty in football currently. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Summer break starts early for Bristol City
Episode 114 of Robins On The Wire is here - with only one place to start for our hosts Michelle Owen and Gregor MacGregor; the suspension of football for six months.
Our hosts run through what the current state - or non-state - of play is and what the EFL have determined.
We also hear about whether the enforced break comes at a good time for the Robins and what may happen in the future.
Plus, the postponement of Euro 2020 and more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Blackburn Rovers away, Fulham and COVID-19
Episode 113 of our Robins On The Wire Bristol City podcast sees hosts Michelle Owen (of Sky Sports) and Gregor MacGregor (of BristolLive) discuss the fallout from the Fulham game and assess the 125-year birthday celebrations.
The pair also preview the upcoming trip to Blackburn Rovers, while the duo look at the Championship as a whole too.
Finally, there is also chat over the effects that the Coronavirus is having, with football in the UK due to be affected imminently. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Happy birthday, Bristol City + Fulham focus
Episode 112 of Robins On The Wire is here - as we celebrate 125 years of the club.
Regular hosts Michelle Owen and Gregor MacGregor discuss the match at Millwall, mid-week events and the forthcoming battle against Fulham.
Bristol City could do with a win this weekend and the pair discuss how they can do that and what happens for the rest of the season.
We also hear from head coach Lee Johnson and chew over the race for the top six. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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!
Um ... er ...erm
The content on this podcast is ok and Michelle is good. Unfortunately, Gregor is not a broadcast journalist and his spoken delivery is really painful. I counted 67 ers and erms in the latest podcast. He must improve this massively or the podcast remains totally undermined.
Update: Have now listened to the next one and Gregor used er, um and erm 7 times in his 3 sentences. Ridiculous.
Further update: a year later and Gregor is not much better. He still finds it hard to get two sentences out coherently, which makes it really hard to listen to.
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.