Doncaster Rovers podcast: new episode available now

The latest episode of our Doncaster Rovers podcast, Rovers (Almost) Live, is available to download and stream.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 13th January 2017, 11:05 pm
Updated Friday, 13th January 2017, 11:11 pm
Rovers (Almost) Live
Rovers (Almost) Live

This week, we delve back into the Catt Chronicles as former Free Press sports editor Peter Catt reflects on his 50 years covering Rovers.

To celebrate the milestone, we have launched a print and audio series entitled The Catt Chronicles where Peter will look back on single decade chunks of his time in the press box.

This second part covers the 1976/77 through to 1985/86, discussing players, managers and key games from the period.

The episode can be downloaded now from iTunes, where you can also subscribe to have each new episode downloaded automatically.

For non-Apple users, the podcast can be downloaded and streamed through our hosts Audioboom.

Or each episode can be streamed or downloaded directly from this page (right click and save link as to download)


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8. Rovers' Christmas Selection Box - Our panel look back on the first half of the season through a series of random categories

7. This Is Progress - Rovers are on the up and our panel reflects on just why results have improved.

6. The Catt Chronicles Part One - Former Free Press sports editor Peter Catt looks back at the first decade of his 50 years covering Rovers

5. Rovers' Best XI - A discussion of which players would make up Rovers' ideal starting XI from the current squad

4. Fergie on Fergie - An in-depth interview with Darren Ferguson on his life in football

3. The Year of Ferguson - Darren Ferguson gives an in-depth interview on the anniversary of his first year as Rovers boss

2. Wins, Youth and Positivity - It's all going well for Doncaster Rovers and the young players are playing their part

1. The Ten Game Mark - Reflecting on Rovers' start to life in League Two