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Eddie Gibbs joins Jim Boardman as we continue our look at the back stories of familiar AI voices from around the world. With family roots on Liverpool's Scottie Road it was perhaps inevitable that Eddie would become a Red, but football wasn't the only sport vying for his attention growing up. With some thoughts on the season so far and some insight into Eddie's move into fan-media, the show is rounded off with Eddie's all-time greatest Liverpool XI. Were there any difficult decisions?
Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin are back and joined this time by Marc McColgan, remembering fish-related chanting, hastily printed pink newspapers and Grandstand’s teleprinter. Also up for discussion is the consolation of a European Cup straight after the devastation of an FA Cup final defeat and a look at Liverpool’s oldest players.
Jim Boardman is back with Mike Nevin, talking this time about football on TV in the early days compared to now, and what might need to change in the future, especially with 3pm Saturday kick-offs. As usual, nothing is off-topic and much like McManaman in his LFC heyday, Mike and Jim make the most of the freedom to wander, passing like Barnes and Molby between YNWA without fans, commentators v goalkeepers and Andy Townsend's Tactics Truck.
Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin return for another virtual walk around the streets of Liverpool, stopping off at Jack Sharps, Home and Bargain and Woolworths - but never quite getting to wherever it was they set off for. Charlie Adam's Blackpool, an Igor Biscan banner and Ryan Babel’s favourite referee get brought into the conversation, along with this week’s tips on stuff to search for on YouTube.
Trev Downey joins Jim Boardman for this show as we continue our look at the back stories of AI contributors from around the world, a chance to compare notes on supporting the Reds from near or far. What - or who - made Trev fall in love with the team in Red, and how easy was that from a distance? We also discuss Trev's route into fan media - and then it's time for him to reveal his all-time greatest Liverpool XI. Will there be any surprises?
Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin are back, trying to find the positives of footy behind closed doors and wondering what happens to George in that case. With a legendary Liverpool city centre recording studio set to be demolished, and memories of the "New Anfield" that never was, they ponder if there's more to a building than the bricks and mortar, especially when it comes to football stadia.
Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin think up ways to have post-match parties at a safe social distance when the footy comes back - and wonder just how empty these behind-closed-doors games might be. Also, do we need to hold back the YNWA now and again?
Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin are back but at a distance to talk about life in locked down Liverpool. Are the seagulls missing because Greggs is shut?
Dave Hendrick joins Jim Boardman this week to compare notes on supporting the Reds from near or far. Dave explains how he became a Liverpool fan, what brought him into fan media and shares his all-time Liverpool XI. Is there a place for Dejan Lovren?
Jim Boardman welcomes the Redmen TV's Chris Pajak to the show from lockdown in Liverpool, home of more than just the Mighty Reds. In these strange times football feels like a million years ago - until you get talking about it all over again.
Jim Boardman is joined by Liverpool legend Steve McMahon to answer questions from Twitter on a variety of subjects,
Jim Boardman is joined at an appropriate social distance by Jay Reid as they look for some distraction from the obvious hot topic of the times. There might not be any football right now, but they still found plenty to talk about, especially of the Red variety.
Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin are back with some reassurance about just how much Liverpool are getting it right again. They reckon there's nothing to panic about - well, almost nothing...
Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin are back in earshot of the Mersey for another hour of chat with occasional mentions of footy. They find out what Graeme Souness thinks of John Barnes, decide where they'd like the league to be won and choose the uniform for Liverpool's revolutionary army.
Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin are back for a proper chat about all things Liverpool - and other northern phemomena, including Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley, Joe Fagan and Kenny Dalglish. Also - can Jim answer any of Mike's quiz questions this week?
Jim Boardman is joined this week by Kevin Morland, talking about the lightbulb moment that inspired him to launch the amazing charity An Hour For Others. There's also time to talk about the difference at Anfield and across the club as a whole since Jurgen Klopp's arrival
Stick your mid-season break, say Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin, braving the harsh northern winter to bring you this week’s Scouser Tommies, right from the heart of Liverpool on a sniff of the barmaid’s apron.
Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin are back in Liverpool to talk about the relentless Reds' ruthless run and, as the FA Cup muscles in to take some attention away from the league, recall how even if wasn't exactly Bob Paisley's favourite competition, it would give him one of his strongest tools as he became arguably the most successful manager in English football history.
Jim Boardman and Mike Nevin back together on a podcast for the first time since the Reds had only won it five times. This is the first episode of a brand new weekly show on AI Pro, straight from the heart of Liverpool and aims to act as an insight into just what it's like to support the Champions of the World in LFC's own hometown. Let them tell you the story...