28 episodes

Glory Hunters is a comedy quiz show hosted by Charlie Baker that aims to find the smartest celebrity fans in football.


Guests have the opportunity to represent the club they’ve always supported as they team up alongside our two resident captains. There will be tough competition, laughs and of course a heavy dose of sport so make sure you subscribe now!

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Glory Hunters is a comedy quiz show hosted by Charlie Baker that aims to find the smartest celebrity fans in football.


Guests have the opportunity to represent the club they’ve always supported as they team up alongside our two resident captains. There will be tough competition, laughs and of course a heavy dose of sport so make sure you subscribe now!

    Our Friends In The North....of London

    Our Friends In The North....of London

    Charlie Baker presents a north London special as Spurs, in the shape of Phil Cornwell and Terry Alderton, take on Arsenal represented by Jacob Hawley and Natalie Sawyer. In this edition we discover how to do the perfect Mick Jagger impersonation, who are the most over-rated people in sport and what rock God is to blame for England's lack of World Cup success. Contains bonus material not included in the broadcast version of the show for the added benefit of podcast listeners. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 45 min
    Middlesex In The City

    Middlesex In The City

    This week Charlie Baker introduces a tie with a difference as Bob Mills and Mark Smith represent the county of Middlesex as they face Aberdeen in the shape of Ally Ross and Natalie Sawyer. In this edition we discover why the red card in football doesn't go far enough, why national anthems should be replaced by number one singles and what the song 'Please Release Me' is actually about. Contains bonus material not included in the broadcast version of the show for the added benefit of podcast listeners. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 45 min
    Moving The Goalposts

    Moving The Goalposts

    This week sees Liverpool take on Everton as Simon O'Brien and Marlon Davis join team captains James Brown and Natalie Sawyer for own very own Merseyside derby. In this edition we discover why football matches should make more noise, which footballer originally worked for NASA and how bunking off from double maths led to a career in acting. Contains bonus material not included in the original broadcast version of the show. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 41 min
    Out of Toon

    Out of Toon

    This week Newcastle take on Swindon as Lynsey Hipgrave and Ivo Graham join team captains Terry Alderton and Natalie Sawyer for what looks on paper to be a one-sided affair. Thankfully however the show isn't played on paper, instead it takes place in a radio studio where anything can happen. In this edition we discover how sport can deal with the rise of nationalism, why England should always play in red and why you should never take a curry into the theatre. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 42 min
    Hancock's Half Hour...or so.

    Hancock's Half Hour...or so.

    This week sees West Ham take on Stoke as Tommy Walsh and Nick Hancock join team captains Dougie Anderson and Natalie Sawyer in a fixture that's as English as an awkward hello. In this edition we learn how to transform boxing, why eco-tournaments are the future and what it's like to be in goal for a David Beckham penalty. Also included for the benefit of podcast listeners only is the definitive answer to the question - What's the greatest sports movie of all time? Clue? It's not Rocky V. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 44 min
    The Name of the Game

    The Name of the Game

    This week Charlie Baker presents a south coast derby as Southampton supporting sprinter, Iwan Thomas takes on comic and Brighton fan, Stephen Grant. In an episode high on incident Iwan reveals why he stopped to have a pint when he was running the London Marathon, team captains Natalie Sawyer and Andrew Ryan argue over what the England team can expect to win this decade and there's an intervention of VAR like proportions when Stephen Grant suggests that football should be renamed. A fixture not without controversy that's suitable for the whole family to enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 46 min

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