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Beyond the Touchline

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About Us

“Beyond the touchline, there is nothing.” With respect to Jacques Derrida, we disagree.

Beyond the Touchline is a football podcast that’s not actually about football. Every episode, David HartrickSeb Patrick and Denis Hurley will look at a different aspect of football culture – the movies, TV, books, comics, games, toys and other paraphernalia and ephemera that tell the stories of the game we love.

Latest Episodes

SPECIAL: The Pub Quiz

We're rounding off the temporary break in our planned programming with something a little bit different from the norm (unless you're used to listening to Dave's podcasts) - it's a pub quiz! Dave has set five rounds of fiendish questions about football, footballers and a lot more besides for Seb and Denis to face off against each other and tackle. And if you're keen for us to get back to the sort of thing we started this podcast to do, don't worry: we'll be back on schedule with regular-length, deep-diving episodes on football culture very soon! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

50 MINOCT 2
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SPECIAL: The Pub Quiz

Real Billy the Fish Stuff

Dave and Seb are back with a shorter-than-usual episode, filling a gap while we wait for Denis to return from a temporary absence and get back to doing full-length ones. But we've still got a cracker of a subject to talk about - the classic Viz comic strip Billy the Fish, and its bizarre, Harry Enfield-voiced 1990 Channel 4 cartoon iteration. It's something that a lot of people have fond memories of, but how does it hold up these days...? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

53 MINAUG 29
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Real Billy the Fish Stuff

The Impossible Job of Mike Bassett: England Manager

On the latest episode of Beyond the Touchline, Seb, Dave and Denis play four-four-f**king-two as we look back at Steve Barron's 2001 film Mike Bassett: England Manager. Poorly marketed and lukewarmly received, how does the film hold up these days? We explore the veracity of the football world it creates, its satire of an entire generation of English football, the debt it owes to documentaries like The Impossible Job, and just how good we actually find it on a pure comedy level. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

90 MINJUN 25
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The Impossible Job of Mike Bassett: England Manager

Beyond Melchester: Our Favourite Football Comics

For the first (but certainly not the last) time, the Beyond the Touchline team of Denis, Dave and Seb turn their eyes to football comics. But we're putting the obvious on hold just for now - we'll get to Roy of the Rovers eventually. For now, we're exploring our favourite football comic strips that don't star a member of the Race family. So join us as we take a trip through a select ten of the best - from Goalkeeper to Goalmouth, Hamish & Mouse to Jack & Jimmy, the Hard Man to the Playmaker, and a lot more besides! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

121 MINMAY 15
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Beyond Melchester: Our Favourite Football Comics

BBC2's Goal TV: 25 Years On

In May 1994, BBC2 devoted an entire evening of programming to the newly-growing cultural phenomenon of modern football - with newly-made documentaries, archive-dredging clips, and classic episodes blended together. To say this was Right Up The Street of all three members of this podcast team in their wide-eyed youth is something of an understatement - so, 25 years on, Dave, Denis and Seb have rewatched the entire thing and spent a solid couple of hours talking about it. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

119 MINMAR 27
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BBC2's Goal TV: 25 Years On

The Damned United: From Book to Film

Welcome to Beyond the Touchline, a new podcast about football culture! In this debut episode, football writers David Hartrick, Seb Patrick and Denis Hurley look at David Peace's 2006 novel The Damned Utd, along with Tom Hooper's 2009 movie adaptation The Damned United. How do book and film stack up against each other, as well as in the wider annals of football-based storytelling. Are they fair to Clough, Leeds, both, or neither? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

86 MINFEB 12
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The Damned United: From Book to Film

Beyond the Touchline: Coming Soon!

Beyond the Touchline is a football podcast that's not actually about football. Every episode, David Hartrick, Seb Patrick and Denis Hurley will look at a different aspect of football culture - the movies, TV, books, comics, games, toys and other paraphernalia and ephemera that tell the stories of the game we love. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

36 sFEB 10
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Beyond the Touchline: Coming Soon!
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Latest Episodes

SPECIAL: The Pub Quiz

We're rounding off the temporary break in our planned programming with something a little bit different from the norm (unless you're used to listening to Dave's podcasts) - it's a pub quiz! Dave has set five rounds of fiendish questions about football, footballers and a lot more besides for Seb and Denis to face off against each other and tackle. And if you're keen for us to get back to the sort of thing we started this podcast to do, don't worry: we'll be back on schedule with regular-length, deep-diving episodes on football culture very soon! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

50 MINOCT 2
Comments
SPECIAL: The Pub Quiz

Real Billy the Fish Stuff

Dave and Seb are back with a shorter-than-usual episode, filling a gap while we wait for Denis to return from a temporary absence and get back to doing full-length ones. But we've still got a cracker of a subject to talk about - the classic Viz comic strip Billy the Fish, and its bizarre, Harry Enfield-voiced 1990 Channel 4 cartoon iteration. It's something that a lot of people have fond memories of, but how does it hold up these days...? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

53 MINAUG 29
Comments
Real Billy the Fish Stuff

The Impossible Job of Mike Bassett: England Manager

On the latest episode of Beyond the Touchline, Seb, Dave and Denis play four-four-f**king-two as we look back at Steve Barron's 2001 film Mike Bassett: England Manager. Poorly marketed and lukewarmly received, how does the film hold up these days? We explore the veracity of the football world it creates, its satire of an entire generation of English football, the debt it owes to documentaries like The Impossible Job, and just how good we actually find it on a pure comedy level. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

90 MINJUN 25
Comments
The Impossible Job of Mike Bassett: England Manager

Beyond Melchester: Our Favourite Football Comics

For the first (but certainly not the last) time, the Beyond the Touchline team of Denis, Dave and Seb turn their eyes to football comics. But we're putting the obvious on hold just for now - we'll get to Roy of the Rovers eventually. For now, we're exploring our favourite football comic strips that don't star a member of the Race family. So join us as we take a trip through a select ten of the best - from Goalkeeper to Goalmouth, Hamish & Mouse to Jack & Jimmy, the Hard Man to the Playmaker, and a lot more besides! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

121 MINMAY 15
Comments
Beyond Melchester: Our Favourite Football Comics

BBC2's Goal TV: 25 Years On

In May 1994, BBC2 devoted an entire evening of programming to the newly-growing cultural phenomenon of modern football - with newly-made documentaries, archive-dredging clips, and classic episodes blended together. To say this was Right Up The Street of all three members of this podcast team in their wide-eyed youth is something of an understatement - so, 25 years on, Dave, Denis and Seb have rewatched the entire thing and spent a solid couple of hours talking about it. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

119 MINMAR 27
Comments
BBC2's Goal TV: 25 Years On

The Damned United: From Book to Film

Welcome to Beyond the Touchline, a new podcast about football culture! In this debut episode, football writers David Hartrick, Seb Patrick and Denis Hurley look at David Peace's 2006 novel The Damned Utd, along with Tom Hooper's 2009 movie adaptation The Damned United. How do book and film stack up against each other, as well as in the wider annals of football-based storytelling. Are they fair to Clough, Leeds, both, or neither? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

86 MINFEB 12
Comments
The Damned United: From Book to Film

Beyond the Touchline: Coming Soon!

Beyond the Touchline is a football podcast that's not actually about football. Every episode, David Hartrick, Seb Patrick and Denis Hurley will look at a different aspect of football culture - the movies, TV, books, comics, games, toys and other paraphernalia and ephemera that tell the stories of the game we love. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

36 sFEB 10
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Beyond the Touchline: Coming Soon!
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