A bumper edition of the podcast this week. First up Jim from the Celtic Graves Society joins us with what will hopefully become regular feature. He tells the story of James McLaughlin - one of the First XI. This is followed by an interview with James' grandson and we gain a fascinating insight into the life of oneof the earliest Celts. There will be a memorial ceremony for James this Tuesday (23rd August) at 2pm in St Kentigern's Cemetery in Lambhill.
Next Eddie and Harry have a post match discussion about the Sion game. They discuss the team, the formation and the mindnumbing dullness of it all. They then move onto a rambling conversation about all manner of celtic nonsense including our latest signing targets and the rumours surrounding them. They eventually finish (to the relief of all concerned) with a look ahead to the match against St Johnstone.
And finally Jim returns with another tale from the Celtic Graves Society. This time he tells us of John Glass. One of the founding fathers of the club. John Glass' life will be celebrated tomorrow (Sunday) at 12 noon in Dalbeth Cemetery. Anyone who is heading along to the St Johnstone game is welcome to participate in the ceremony.
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