Grassroots football fans will still be able to get their fix of weekly news and interviews as the Non League Show finds a new home on audioBoom and iTunes after BBC radio decided not to recommission it.
The much-loved show hosted by Caroline Barker, which ran for 4 years on Five Live and before that 6 years on BBC London with a national and global audience, will now be delivered direct to the ears of football fans up and down the land when they want to listen through podcast hosting platform audioBoom, who will also distribute it to iTunes.
The show will be available Friday mornings, allowing Caroline and her studio guests to properly analyse the weeks results, preview the weekend ahead and offer more in-depth interviews from players and managers around the leagues.
And the good news is it will still be free to listen. All fans have to do is click on this link to listen https://audioboom.com/channel/thenonleagueshow or follow Non League Show on iTunes.
The first episode is now live on the platform with episode 2 arriving Friday 19th August 2016.
Non League Show presenter Caroline Barker says..”There was never any doubt that The Non League Show would return again this season – we love making it, love dealing with the fans, players, managers and administrators of the wonderful world of non league football and we love that it makes a difference to so many who are passionate about this level of the game.
The only doubt was what platform it would be on and with Audioboom we know we have the right partner to take the show and the awareness of the grassroots game to another level.
The show motto has always been ‘for the fans, by the fans'” and Audioboom offers a great opportunity for us to interact even more with fans.”
Marc Webber, Head of Sport at Audioboom says “We are delighted to be the new home of the Non League Show.
We already help many grassroots football clubs from Wrexham to Slough share the sounds of their club for free, to be able to host the flagship show for the semi-pro and amateur game means no one has more audio on this well-supported scene as AudioBoom.”