Aint Nothing Wrong

Aint Nothing Wrong

We left you on the last episode of the podcast pondering the question “What could go wrong”.  Well, here’s your answer.  We’ve got the great acoustics of Wigan Central mixed with a few hours worth of beer and five blokes with a penchant for talking nonsense.  We could try and describe the outcome, but well,

What could go wrong?

What could go wrong?

Good morning match day tics, and what better way to start your Saturday than listening to four lads in the pub talking about Latics and stuff like that?  Listening to five blokes do it, obviously.  So here, fulfilling that need, comes episode 35 of the Pie at Night podcast where our usual foursome are joined

MK Mouse Club

MK Mouse Club

In our prestige season curtain-raiser Jimmy, Alan and Ian get together to… well… chat about the usual, uninformed nonsense.  We have thoughts on the Chorley goal fest, Bogle and Power’s disappearing act and, erm some other football things.  For the rest of you, we give you the opportunity to delve into the psyches of the

So long…

So long…

So Lita. … The podcast team hit the road to Manchester once again, broadcasting from a noisy Abel & Heywood. We welcome back ex Latics player John Coyne and talk about what we’ve been getting up to in the close season and at last giving a warm welcome to our new manager. No, he’s not

Burger Off

Burger Off

Did you hear the one about the ex-footballer who challenged two hungry Wiganers to an eating challenge?  Well, after the debacle of John Coyne’s first visit to the the Pie at Night “studio” that’s exactly what happened and although eating habits, the passage of time and a growing attendee list meant that the challenge never

Dirty

Dirty

In the last podcast of the normal season, we talk to Leeds fan Rob who tells us “you want to see the state of our Leeds”.

The truth is that they’re actually not quite in the worst shape they’ve ever been, though that doesn’t stop us poring over the army of managers they’ve had, Cellino and Bates and the price of fish (MATCH TICKETS)

What’s up doc?

What’s up doc?

With the season all but over, the lads get back to what they’re best at, settling down with a guest, drinking a few ales and going on a bit. Joined by Leeds fan Rob (aka @rdholmes82) we resolve the age old war of the roses, talk dirty Leeds, try to work out who’s had the

What’s a Wigan Birthday Cake?

What’s a Wigan Birthday Cake?

Happy Birthday to us!

It nearly slipped our mind but, yes, it was just over a year ago when the Pie At Night podcast first surfaced. Set up by a number of contributors to the Mudhutter fanzine following the demise many years earlier of the Mudhuts podcast, it was never going to emulate that (probably quite wise given some of the content) but simply aimed to provide a fanzine style irreverent look at matters concerning Wigan Athletic and further afield.

I HAD A DREAM

I HAD A DREAM

Sorry, we had a dream. It wasn’t a complicated dream. Just one about it being a good idea to get some friends and fellow Latics sorts in the same room; to enjoy fine ales, nibbles and the best pies we could lay our hands on, without a massive hike in the ticket price; and see

Sixy Talk – Cardiff things

Sixy Talk – Cardiff things

Alright lads and lasses, I’ve just got back from a few days scouting (not like that) in Wales.  Did I miss anything?  No?  Great, let’s move on to tomorrow’s trip to Cardiff then, after all, who needs a manager when you can drag a local off the streets and ask them a few daft questions?  That’s got to be better than three points and a move out of the relegation places, hasn’t it?

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