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  1. In this three-parter - BRFCS catches up with Friend of the Pod Ryan Grant & finds out about his new EFL role; in part two, we hear all about Charlie Adam & the UV index at Barrow from Linz Lewis and in part three, Ian Herbert chats with author Rob Sawyer about Rob's latest book about the life & times of Rovers & Everton legend, Roy Vernon. Many thanks to Fred Cumpstey for his valued assistance with the Roy Vernon piece - see below. The Roy Vernon kickstarter can be found here:- https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/599106053/blue-dragon/posts
  2. Just a quick heads up, the 2018/19 end of season review podcast will be recorded & edited later this week & will be out hopefully before next weekend all things being equal... Following the re-vamp of the site, the podcast page now has ben refreshed and shows all the pods from the last year...should you want to revisit the pre-season predictions before listening to the post-season episode then I can heartily recommend Ep 97 where numerous panelists stake their reputations & forecast anything from 8th to 19th. There are some prescient predictions about key players and the
  3. In this episode, writer John Duerden shares details of his latest project, a book about the 1995 title-winning team & asks podcast host Ian Herbert about his recollections of that momentous time in the club's history. The book will be out later this year and we will follow up with John nearer the time to share publication details. View full record
  4. In a packed pod hosted by Linz Lewis, Jane Purdon CEO of Women In Football discusses the challenges faced by women working in the game and an insight into the #WhatIf campaign recently nominated for a BT Sport Diversity and Inclusion Award. Part 2 features the #GirlSquad of Jen, Millie, Hollie and Lucy talking all things Rovers. What went wrong in Feb? How do you solve a problem like Breo?...and which former Rovers player would you like to see back at the club? The girls also share with you their female supporting heroes. In Part 3, a light is shone on our incredibly successful Rover
  5. This special edition has an exclusive interview with former Rovers manager Don Mackay, who chats with Ian Herbert about the Full Members' Cup final, Steve Archibald, Colin Hendry, play off heartbreak, beating Burnley and much, much more. Our thanks to Don for so graciously giving of his time. View full record
  6. A packed episode squeezes in two interviews; Ian Herbert catches up with Radio Lancashire's Andy Bayes, Michael Taylor checks in with FourFourTwo magazine's Conor Pope & sandwiched in between of all this footballing nutrition is another quality reminiscence from Canada's very own Bill Arthur. Many thanks of course to our excellent guests for giving up their time. View full record
  7. BRFCS Podcast host Ian Herbert chats with Lancashire Telegraph Rovers reporter Rich Sharpe about Rovers season so far, morale in the camp, the transfer window and the perils of dictaphones. With added personalised greetings for Bradley Dack from two-time Baseball World Series winner Jose Canseco c/o our good friends at NYC Rovers. View full record
  8. There is an hour long podcast with David Dunn at brockhall. Talks about his career , team mates , soccer sixes, venkys and that advert etc. It's hosted by non other than our mate Chris brown who also takes Abit of ribbing I don't know how to share things but it's on a podcast called under the cosh . If anyone can post it on here would be helpful and I'm sure some people would enjoy it. There is also an hour long episode featuring Mick rathbone which is very insightful about how his confidence crippled him and he was going to quit football and work for dinorod before rovers gave him s
  9. Collecting anecdotes/memories for our Review of 2018 podcast which will be recorded on Saturday morning. What are the Rovers highs & lows that have resonated with you this year ? Doncaster will be in there obviously as a high (& yesterday almost certainly as a low...)...but what else, however small, that might not have been noticed by the majority or was personal, made an impression on you...? GO ! ??
  10. This sounds like it will be fascinating https://www.balls.ie/football/aiden-mcgeady-critical-chris-coleman-sunderland-netflix-documentary-402136 What were they thinking letting the cameras in? I watched the city one on Amazon, was pretty good, but it was clear that the access to the good stuff was restricted. Personally I don't see any benefits to a team letting cameras in. Amazon offered Ireland rugby big money (8 figures apparently) to allow them in for a season, which they declined. If we were offered 10 million to let the cameras in next season, what would ye r
  11. In this special episode, regular podcast panellist Michael Taylor ( @marpleleaf ) reassesses the impact and the powers of Graeme Souness. Promotion, cup win but THAT tackle on Yorke and those transfers... iTunes :- https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/brfcs-blackburn-rovers-fan-community-podcast-from-brfcs/id1282664472?mt=2#episodeGuid=http%3A%2F%2Fbrfcs-podcast.brfcs.com%2F%3Fname%3D2018-11-11_brfcs_episode_102.mp3 Non-iTunes :- http://brfcs-podcast.brfcs.com/?name=2018-11-11_brfcs_episode_102.mp3
  12. NEW PODCAST EPISODE HERE Non-Apple peeps here :- http://brfcs-podcast.brfcs.com/?name=2018-11-01_brfcs_episode_101.mp3 and on iTunes here :- https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/brfcs-blackburn-rovers-fan-community-podcast-from-brfcs/id1282664472?mt=2#episodeGuid=http%3A%2F%2Fbrfcs-podcast.brfcs.com%2F%3Fname%3D2018-11-01_brfcs_episode_101.mp3 After the behind the scenes at Brockhall episode, the pod reverts to er "normal service" with a review of on-field October, discussions of tactics, formations, attendances, handling disappointment and play off memor
  13. Podcast Now Available Here.... http://brfcs-podcast.brfcs.com/?name=2018-10-26_brfcs_episode_100.mp3 ...and here... https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/brfcs-blackburn-rovers-fan-community-podcast-from-brfcs/id1282664472?mt=2#episodeGuid=http%3A%2F%2Fbrfcs-podcast.brfcs.com%2F%3Fname%3D2018-10-26_brfcs_episode_100.mp3
  14. NEW PODCAST ARRIVAL Just to keep you on your toes our September review is coming out before the end of September due to longstanding diary clashes next week...fear not, there's still much to consider and in this episode a few interesting tales emerge from our panelists Jen Bellamy, Kamy & Michael Taylor. Host Ian Herbert shares possibly the single most underwhelming anecdote about Tim Sherwood in history...not even a gilet in sight although there's quite a revelation about a former Man Utd chairman which came out of left field. As always feedback welcomed and if anyo
  15. In a packed episode hosted by Ian Herbert, the panel of Jen Bellamy, Linz Lewis & Michael Taylor, reviews August, both on & off the field including the transfer windows, speculates wildly about the value of Bradley Dack & we have three (count 'em) guests - Bill Arthur - takes us back to the 50's & 60's & his boyhood memories of supporting Rovers Ian Futter - shares his Essex heritage & shares what it's like supporting Rovers from North Wales Bruce Wilkinson - a regular contributor to When Saturday Comes magazine shares his love of Rovers Ideal listen
  16. A new season, a new series of podcasts, new theme music, a new panelist...you can't say we're not trying ? A cast of thousands on this episode all wanting to have their say & predict the Rovers likely finishing position upon our return to the Championship. Listen right to the end as the last 2 guests have their own section. Your host Ian Herbert tries to keep order as Josh Boswell, Kamy, Mike Delap, Michael Taylor (the Marple Leaf), Linz Lewis, Jen Bellamy (new signing) & guests Scott Sumner & Tom Schofield are fuelled with pre-season bonhomie. Massive thanks to Joe
  17. *BUMPED* Please see end of thread for latest update... I’ve had some interest expressed in having a regular recurring item in podcasts of fans talking about their first Rovers memory....when, where, who, what happened, how did you feel etc. (I’d also consider Fave Rovers memory...especially if it avoided the obvious 1995...! ) I’ve got one in the can already and I’d love to have some more...anybody fancy contributing ? Help writing &/or recording it is available as required.... Anyone ? ?
  18. As part of a new podcast series - "Revisionist Rovers" - we look at different characters, eras and events from Blackburn Rovers history and bring fresh perspective. In this, the first episode, we take a look back at the impact and legacy of Ken Furphy upon Blackburn Rovers, through the pen of Jim Wilkinson. It should drop in iTunes feeds soon - but can also be accessed here :- http://brfcs-podcast.brfcs.com/?name=2018-07-21_revisionist_rovers_-_furphys_ewood_odyssey.mp3 Original article here :- https://blueyedboy.wordpress.com/2015/01/24/furphys-ew
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