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October 17, 2016 09:28 AM PDT

This week Ross Dunbar and Stefan Bienkowski take you on their travels, as they discuss boring Bayern, disastrous Dortmund and the wonders behind Hertha Berlin, FC Köln and RB Leipzig.

This week's music is a cover of the Arctic Monkey's "Despair in the Departure Lounge" by fr0zenmoon: https://soundcloud.com/fr0zenmoon/despair-in-the-departure-lounge

October 10, 2016 02:37 PM PDT

It's the international break. Which means instead of rattling on about Germany beating teams we don't care about, we thought we'd take a moment to answer some listener questions. As expected, things got a little feisty as Stefan Bienkowski, Davis Van Opdorp and Ross Dunbar got to the bottom of German football's biggest issues.

This week's music was "Parrafin (Tender remix)" by Meadowlark: https://soundcloud.com/meadowlarkofficial/paraffin-tender-remix

October 03, 2016 01:53 PM PDT

On this weeks' episode Jonathan Harding, Ross Dunbar, Stefan Bienkowski and Davis Van Opdorp run through Borussia Dortmund's shortcomings and debate whether Carlo Ancelotti is stumbling in Pep Guardiola's shaddow.

This music was "0.001%" by Kaytranada: https://soundcloud.com/kaytranada/0001a

September 26, 2016 04:12 PM PDT

This week Davis Van Opdorp and Stefan Bienkowski run through the latest chapter in Hamburg's tale of demise, an unimpressive Bayern Munich and why the Bundesliga's underdogs deserve their praise.

This week's music was "Dawn" by Joe Hertz: https://soundcloud.com/joehertz/04-at-dawn

September 19, 2016 03:00 PM PDT

On this week's podcast Davis Van Opdorp, Stefan Bienkowski and Ross Dunbar cast a worrying glance over Leverkusen's start to the season, Werder Bremen's decision to rid themselves of their coach, unstoppable Leipzig and all the other key points from the weekend's action.

This week's music was "Mai Tai" by XIXX: https://soundcloud.com/jeff-kaale/mai-tai

September 12, 2016 04:49 PM PDT

On this week's podcast Davis Van Opdorp, Ross Dunbar, Stefan Bienkowski and Jonathan Harding discuss Dortmund's stinker in Leipzig, Schalke's brave defeat to Bayern and how well equipped Gladbach are for the Champions League.

This week's must was "001" by Old: https://soundcloud.com/outwiththe/001a

September 05, 2016 02:35 PM PDT

So this week we had the international break. Yes, we hated it too. But to get you through it we have a bite-size episode for you, as Davis VanOpdorp, Stefan Bienkowski and Ross Dunbar run through the Germany game, the Bundesliga transfer window and this Matchday 2.

Music by XXIX: https://soundcloud.com/jeff-kaale/a2oqoq9wj6tf

August 29, 2016 02:12 PM PDT

We kick off the new Bundesliga season with a bang as Ross Dunbar, Davis Van OpDorp, Jonathan Harding and Stefan Bienkowski discuss faltering Schalke, functional Dortmund and the problems at Bayer Leverkusen. Oh and the genius that is Andre Schubert.
This week's music is "One for Jun" by Itsmi: https://soundcloud.com/itsmimusic/one-for-jun

August 24, 2016 07:26 AM PDT

This week we kick off the arrival of the new season with some good old-fashioned analysis. Davis Van OpDorp, Ross Dunbar and Stefan Bienkowski sit down and talk through the highs and lows of this coming season.

You can follow the show on Twitter at @Tribunepodcast.

This episodes music was produced by https://soundcloud.com/mirajetouch

July 18, 2016 11:50 AM PDT

Well, Germany may not have won Euro 2016 but there's still plenty to discuss. What went wrong? Is Joachim Löw still the right man for the job? And how will the team look in two years time? This week Stefan Bienkowski and Ross Dunbar are joined by Graham Ruthven to answer all this and more.

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