EPL Talk Podcast: How Are We Doing?

In the past few weeks, the EPL Talk Podcast has undergone some major changes. Kartik Krishnaiyer was replaced by Richard Farley. We’ve since increased the quality and quantity of episodes. And we’ve published interviews with some of the biggest names in soccer including Dwight Yorke, Andrew Cole, Martin Tyler, Barney Ronay, Jonathan Wilson, Claudio Reyna, Paul Dempsey, Guy Mowbray, Tim Vickery, David Goldblatt, Shaka Hislop, Tommy Smyth, Andy Brassell, Gary O’Reilly, Oliver Kay, Stewart Robson and Simon Hill, just to name a few. Plus, we’ve changed the format where Monday’s (and Wednesday’s, when applicable) have become review shows.

The big question for you is, how are we doing? And what can we improve?

Please share your feedback as it’s important to get your valuable input. We can’t promise we’ll act on every suggestion, but we appreciate any and all feedback as long as it’s constructive.

Founded in 2006, the EPL Talk Podcast is the only Premier League interview podcast on the Internet.

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8 thoughts on “EPL Talk Podcast: How Are We Doing?”

  1. Kartik is a hard act to follow and he took over from you Chris and I always thought your strength was the interview. Given that, Richard has stepped into both of your shoes well and has really grown into the job faster than expected with his own style. I must admit I do not know if anyone for me can truly replace Kartik on his USMNT post match podcasts. Someone will step up I’m sure.

    What can we say about the guests but outstanding recently. Keep it up.

  2. i absolutely love the pods i listen during my commute which thankfully my
    doesn’t seem to mind.i mix you guys up and my only complaint is during the the
    discussion i have a difficult time understanding one of you its not so much the accent but it sounds garbled maybe thats the location and or the equipment
    i used to listen to wsd but the gents over there are a little tiresome and boring
    keep up the good work.this is now my favorite pod.

  3. Really have enjoyed it – even more so over the last couple of weeks. Thank you for having the Monday recap and Thursday preview show as your take is always more contrarian to other podcasts who tend to view recent form (i.e. the last match) as the ultimate indicator.

  4. Love the blog, want the pod to be just as good. I think you are moving in the right direction, but not there just yet. You are right there with content, but maybe you want to improve theaudio quality for sarters.

  5. Like the podcasts with the journalists. Mick Dennis was a good one ,just wind him up and watch/listen to him go.
    Any chance of getting Martin Samuel?

  6. I absolutely love the podcast, especially the previews and reviews. Richard has been doing a great job. Well if you guys could talk a little bit more about the mid-table teams (e.g. Stoke City, Sunderland, Fulham) that would be amazing.

    One small complaint from me would be the sound quality of the podcast. When the host and the guests are in different locations, I have to turn up and down the volume of my speaker all the time. An equipment issue maybe? Other than that, you guys are fabulous. Keep it up! :)

  7. The podcast has improved greatly in term of content and a bit in term of audio quality. As far as the host goes, Richard Farley is doing a very good job; he seems to be at ease in his role, and his voice is definitely more radio show friendly then Kartik’s (however Kartik did his job well). There is still some technical difficulty and the sound still need to be worked on. Like the posters above mentioned: volume is uneven and at times the quality of the sound for 1 of the guys (on the review show) is bad. By the way, thumbs up for the new logo.

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