Podcasts

“I loved Big Billy; he was a great inspiration to me.” – Paul Elliott with A Celtic State of Mind

“It means so much to me, the Celtic people mean so much to me, but if I’m honest with you, not just Celtic supporters but the quality of their human race – their honour, their love, their generosity, their compassion, their empathy. These are great human qualities

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“It was brilliant, especially as a winger, being coached by Jimmy Johnstone and Davie Provan.” – David Elliot with A Celtic State of Mind

  “You’ve gone from the under 14s, 15s, 16s, then to the Celtic youth team at 17 and 18, we played in the youth league. By that time you’re coached by Davie Provan, Jimmy Johnstone and Bobby Murdoch! Bobby didn’t get involved in the games much but

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Brian & Mark Gillan with A Celtic State of Mind

If you grew up in Govanhill then you will know the Gillan brothers – Brian and Mark. Brian from his football coaching of local teams, and Mark from his decades of involvement with Charlie Kerr’s Boxing Gym. Glasgow has a reputation as being a ‘No Mean City’

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A Moment in Time with A Celtic State of Mind: Craig Gordon drops to his knees as Celtic clinch an invincible treble

“It’s as iconic as Billy McNeill lifting the cup in Lisbon.” Yes. This is the podcast that makes that statement as Paul John Dykes and Colin Watt discuss A Moment in Time: When Celtic clinched the only invincible treble ever… and it created the most-viewed GIF in

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Smarticus Osadolor with A Celtic State of Mind

Smarticus Osadolor knew that Partick Thistle trained in a park close to his home. He knew that he wanted to play football, so he turned up in Bermuda shorts carrying his football boots and asked if he could join in… This brazenness led to him at one

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Mickey 9s’ Dougie Smith with A Celtic State of Mind – “Tommy Burns is an all-time Celtic legend.”

I’m doing what I’m doing because I love to do it… And if people like it, that’s a great bonus, but it won’t really change the way I do things.” Björk, 1996. The above quote from Icelandic artistic genius, Björk, could be considered as something of a

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John McCullagh with A Celtic State of Mind – “When you see those green and whites run out, it just hits you in the heart like a song.”

Back in 2013, Scottish music mogul Alan McGee spoke about discovering his latest prodigious talent – 14-year-old Doncaster native, John Lennon McCullagh. At just 15, John became the first signing to McGee’s 359 Music, who released his debut album North South Divide on 14 October 2013. McGee

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Paul Gallagher with A Celtic State of Mind – “Celtic always played with a swagger… had numbers on their shorts… great songs, great football. No comparison.”

PAUL GALLAGHER, the older brother of Liam and Noel, was A Celtic State of Mind’s first ever guest back on 11 June 2017. Since then, Liam has made a Lazarus-like comeback, reemerging from the embers of Beady Eye, whilst Noel has released one further studio album –

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The band who wrote a song for A Celtic State of Mind have now had over a million hits

Ace City Racers were described by Clash Magazine as “Glasgow newcomers with guitar pop zest…” when they burst on to the scene with their Stephen Street-produced debut single Waiting back in 2015. Street famously produced Blur’s second single There’s No Other Way as well as albums Modern

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NEW PODCAST: Screamacelica with Kevin Graham – Doves with ‘Lost Souls’

Andy Williams, the drummer of Manchester band Doves, is sitting in the control room of New Order’s studio in Cheetham Hill. He’s listening to the playback of the band’s debut album ‘Lost Souls’ that has been remastered for release on Heavenly Records on the 8th April 2000.

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