The major part of this week's episode, the last before the Christmas break, is a chat with Dave Scott, Campaign Director of the anti-sectarian charity Nil by Mouth. Dave talks about sectarianism in general and his positive view of football fans attitude to sectarianism - although less hopefully of the clubs' attitudes.
As Scott says, "How can you have a 90 minute bigot?" "Does that mean you can be a 90 minute racist?"
Also, RoofGate is visited, as well as a tribute to the great Alan Gilzean, and one of the great Scotland teams of which he was a part - the won that defeated England in 1964.
This week, former Hearts defender Ryan McGowan gives his views on the Ian Cathro appointment and the press reaction to it, Ally Begg talks about his book Begg to Differ and is disappointment in recent results for the Dons.
Opinion pieces on the child abuse scandal, Cathro, and a tribute to the late - and wonderful - Falkirk FC legend Hughie Maxwell.
This week John talks to David Low about the outcomes of the Rangers AGM resolutions, his views on the possibilities of administration, takeover, and revisitng the pre-emption resolution.
Also on the show, Paul Goodwin of the Scottish Football Supporters Association on his quest for greater accountability and transparency in the game.
Also, does Nielson's departure mean a crisis in the Scottish game? Aberdeen letting down their fans, and the clubs' greatest fear right now, Strict Liability.
If sectarianism sells, is SL a barrier to trade?
John's guest this week is legal affairs journalist and new media frontiersman James Doleman. James talks, among other things, about his passion for making the processes of justice accessible to the public. Louise also might get a Menschion
Also featured on the Podcast; Are Warbs' team starting to resemble Rangers? Proof that Alan Nixon was right about Thistle. With Celtic now 100 up, just how many boxes has Brendan Rogers ticked so far? Will Hearts pass the midweek litmus test?
Also: Losing the will to live - and no Joey Barton or SFA
This week, John speaks to journalist Alan Nixon about Scottish football in general and Partick Thistle in particular; and welcomes Lisbon Lion Jim Craig to discuss Celtic, and the changes in the game over the past 50 years.
Also up for discussion, more embarrassing SFA bingo, Brexit, Gordon Strachan, and Bamber Gascoigne.
This week former Hibs, Aberdeen and St. Johnstone star Paul Kane talks to John about Hibs' promotion hopes; and broadcaster & journalist Stuart Cosgrove discusses his love of St. Johnstone.
Both also give their views on matters ranging from the England v Scotland match at Wembley, the state of Scottish football, the future of Gordon Strachan and the ending of the Barton saga.
Also, a shout out for our Hibs memorabilia auction in aid of Edinburgh Kids' Charity CodysXmasToyBox