Welcome to Episode 11 of Glory Days of Gold. This week’s episode is brought to you by Glen Walker and you’ll be glad to know it’s a much shorter show this week after last week’s mammoth one!
Recorded across two continents, Glory Days of Gold brings you a regular dose of East Fife FC and Scottish football chat, with a splattering of interesting interviews, fun segments, and music thrown in along the way.
Our feature interview this week is with another member of the 2007/08 Championship winning team, left back extraordinaire Dougie Cameron.
We chat with Dougie about his time at Bayview, coming from a footballing family, his career, and his future plans now that he’s hung up the boots. We hear some fun stories along the way, and discuss his famous smelly feet!
Now, we all know how good (and tough) it is to be an East Fife fan. But what if you were trying to convince someone to become one, especially someone in another country? Well East Fife associate director and long time fan and historian Stephen Mill joins us as we try and convert Pennsylvanian football fan James into joining the black and gold faithful. Can we do it?
All this and we find out if Jonny Smart fancies a chocolate digestive, Midnight Zoo are this week’s band in Have You Heard?, James feature in this week’s football music section Wavelength, and there’s another Who Are You?.
Here’s the rundown for the main segments from the episode:
04.53: East Fife and Scottish football chat
14.48: Have You Heard? – Midnight Zoo
21.47: Dougie Cameron interview
71.15: Anyone Fancy A Chocolate Digestive – Jonny Smart
73.41: Who Are You?
75.51: Conversion Therapy – Stephen Mill joins us to see if we can convince an American to become a Fife fan?
113.03: Wavelength – James – Goal, Goal, Goal
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