This week the guys talk the win at Charlton and all the fallout, including Bellingham, Pep, Bowyer and ball-gate. They also look forward to Preston game and give listeners the chance to win two tickets to watch the game in a box, courtesy of BoyleSports.
This week Chris and Matthew have a whinge about the Swansea game, chat about the current youngsters out on loan and the ones locked in the basement. They also talk Clotet and Calm and look forward to the Stoke game.
As the first home game of the season approaches, the lads discuss the last transfer moves before the window closes. They also review last weeks games against Brentford and Portsmouth, introduce a new feature and look forward to the game against Bristol City.
Chris and Matthew kick off the 2019/20 season with a chat about new contracts, recent moves in and out of the club and the latest transfer rumours. The first game of the season is also on the agenda as they predict the starting line up and the score.
After a three week break the guys are back to talk about Blues latest moves in transfer market. They also discuss other transfer speculation and give a recap of the pre-season friendlies.
Music: The Jack Fletcher Band
The guys return to talk about Che Adams departure and all the recent transfer speculation surrounding Blues. They also discuss the recent influx of Spanish coaching contingent joining the club and review the squad for the training camp in Portugal.
Music: The Clause - In My Element
Chris and Matthew return for a quick summary on the goings-on at St Andrew's this week including the Gary Gardner and Jota transfers, Michael Morrison's will he/won't he, Coventry coming to St Andrew's and the new home kit.
In a bumper transfer podcast Chris and Matthew are joined by Birmingham Mail/Live Blues correspondent Brian Dick to discuss possible summer incomings and outgoings at St Andrew's.
Poem: Karl Hooper
Music: Hunger Moon
This week the guys talk about the awards night, and scoot over the final game of the season. They also discuss the u23 play off final against Leeds and have an alternative review of the season.
Music: Glenn Smyth - Be Under No Illusion
The lads do their best to forget about the Wigan game, give their views on those Monk rumours, discuss the latest u23s victory and try to be bothered about the final game of the season against Reading.
Music: Free Galaxy & The White Noise
When Chris finishes fanboying over Avengers: Endgame, Chris and Matthew discuss a positive, yet confusing Easter weekend for Blues and answer questions on transfers, formations and the u23s.
The guys also look forward to the last home game of the season against Wigan.
Music: Spilt Milk Society & CityLightz
Chris and Matthew give their thoughts on last weekend's draw at Ipswich and talk more in depth about the Coventry ground share situation.
They also chat about Garry Monk's recent interview on moving forward and look ahead to the games over the Easter period.
Music: Hey Jester
This week the guys review the games against Leeds and Sheffield United.
In light of the latest Blues related ‘profit and sustainability’ update, they chat about how that could impact the potential summer transfer policy and also look forward to the away game at Ipswich.
Music: Future Fires & The Pagans S.O.H
This week the guys look back on last week's game against West Brom and discuss the refereeing "vendetta".
They also discuss the situations at Derby and Bolton, as well as looking forward to the games against Leeds and Sheffield United.
Music: Brad Walton & Ivory Wave
This week Chris and Matthew are joined by Daniel Ivery, who answers questions on the fallout from the recent EFL hearing.
The guys also discuss the latest released and retained youngsters, former Blues prospect Reece Brown and preview the upcoming derby against West Brom.
Music: Echo Beach!
Chris and Matthew talk over the disappointing, yet spirited Preston result and Dong supposedly terrorising the ornaments in the boardroom.
They also discuss the first wave of youngsters to earn scholarships and contracts, plus the unfortunate players to be released.
Music: Kioko & Karkosa