Sep 25, 2022
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Since 2012, the CROpod has been the quintessential Rangers FC podcast about everything besides Rangers—except for all of the episodes that are actually about Rangers. Hosted by America-bound Rangers supporter and recovering journalist Shane Nicholson, the weekly CROpod sees him joined by David Edgar of the Heart & Hand Podcast and comedian Todd Van Allen.
Where to find CROpod
CROpod is available wherever you get your podcasts, including Apple Podcasts; Spotify; Goodpods; Stitcher; Podcast Addict; Overcast; or click here to find it just about any place else. (Most recent episode below.)
CROpod is a top-100 football podcast in the UK with a substantial audience in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The show has a loyal fanbase going back a decade that gets its programmes not only on the CROpod's own distribution channels but also via the Heart & Hand Patreon network.
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All shows are hosted and produced by Shane from his home studio/office. The weekly CROpod features him, David and Todd in a 90-minute show with discussion of Rangers FC, plus society-at-large; music; comedy; politics; and a regular listener question segment.
Other CROpod series include:
Second Hand News, a regular quick-hit show about the Rangers news of the day.
Don't Ask Me No Questions, another regular Rangers news show where Shane gets to ask questions of his friends about what's going on with the club.
Shane & Todd's Desert Island, where the hosts talk about films, music and more that they would take to be stuck on said desert island until their ultimate demise.
CROpod Explains America, with Scottish ex-pat Colin breaking down nuances of American politics and culture.
Rangers From Sea to Shining Sea, featuring Rangers history savant Gary Havlin in a look at Rangers' tours of North America.
As well as other specials, such as our Watergate at 50 series, a crossover show with Heart & Hand.