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From the Rookery End is the definitive Watford FC podcast. Join lifelong supporters Jon, Jas and Mike after every single game to hear their take on the Hornets’ performances, with expert analysis and insight provided by The Athletic’s Watford correspondent Adam Leventhal. From the Rookery End - essential listening for Watford fans since 2010.
 
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Welcome to the post Leicester edition of From the Rookery End, where you can hear Jon alongside a thawed out Mike and Colin after their trip to the frozen tundra of the King Power. The team run the rule over an afternoon that wasn’t without entertainment, but ultimately ended in disappointment after the Hornets’ defensive frailties were exposed onc…
 
Unc D (musicians Dante Basista & Danny Svenson) are an Ohio-based remix and production team who've seen a huge growth of interest across the last 18 months in their jazz-heavy tracks, influenced by the London scene. We chat about how UK jazz releases of the last 5 years (especially the work of Kamaal Williams and Brownswood Recordings) are so impor…
 
The Athletic's Adam Leventhal is joined once again by Mike and DCW for a round-up of all the latest Watford news and views, ahead of our trip to Leicester on Sunday. We reflect on how Ranieri's focus on pressing played out in that stunning win against Manchester United, and we look ahead to the Leicester game with an eye on fitness concerns over Is…
 
In our first crossing to India, we have a fabulous conversation with the talented and entertaining musicians behind the Indian world/jazz fusion band, MoonArra. Jagadeesh (guitar) and Madhuri (singer & songwriter) share their outlook of the Bangalore (Bengaluru) music scene, talk about the evolution of the band, and playing festivals the world over…
 
Oh we love a win but we really love a win against a big team even more. Jon, Jason and Colin gather outside The Vic, at the bottom of Occupation Road, to discuss the huge changes in the team over the last few games, they find it hard to identify a man of the match and they simply enjoy a wonderful home win. Pure happiness is a rarity on FTRE, but t…
 
We made it through another International break and that can only mean one thing. From the Rookery End is back! In this, our latest Thursday edition, Adam Leventhal is joined by Mike and DCW to discuss a fascinating piece that featured on The Athletic about players and the age at which they hit their peak. The team discuss how Watford shape up compa…
 
As you'd expect in the company of Ray Gelato, this is an extremely entertaining episode to conclude the current series. We chat about rhythm & blues, finding your chops in the company of great recordings from the past, and understanding what it is to perform and entertain whilst still being yourself. We talk about lots of the great tenor players fr…
 
Hear exclusively from Maduka Okoye for the first time since the Nigeria international goalkeeper agreed to sign for the Hornets! Host Michael Kurn will also be joined in the studio by Watford FC Women Head Coach Clinton Lancaster and midfielder Amber Stobbs. HIT THAT FOLLOW BUTTON!על ידי Watford FC
 
It was an awayday to remember, well just because going away with a load of friends is always the best way to make football memories. Jon, Mike (with Flo and Arlo), DCW and Colin (with another Flo and Lilly) made the short trip to The Emirates to see Watford's disapponitingly lose 1-0. Join them as their journey through London, including a fry up br…
 
We're still celebrating our first year anniversary as part of this fabulously entertaining and giggly conversation with pianist Zoe Rahman. We talk about all her educational stepping stones, influences and people that played a part in crafting her sound from Julian Joseph to Joanne Brackeen. We also talk about her latest award-winning composition w…
 
When Thursday comes around it's great to catch up with all things Watford with Adam Leventhal and his gang of trusted friends. This week Adam, the Athletic's Watford FC correspondent, is joined by DCW and Mike, where they discuss the state of the defence, and what can be done, the data behind Ranieri's first few games in charge and how the clubs pl…
 
Three games into Claudio Ranieri's Watford reign and, after Watford's 1-0 home defeat to Southampton we find ourselves in a funny place - despair but not quite desperate. Jon, Mike Colin and Jason gathered to discuss the action and where the team, manager and one particular player didn't help us get the win. You'll also hear the story of the Airman…
 
The WJJ Podcast turns 1-year old this week, and we celebrate in conversation with the hugely talented, funny and thoughtful pianist & composer Elliot Galvin. A long-time member of 2020 Mercury nominated jazz super-group Dinosaur, leader of his own trio and player in many other groups, Elliot talks about his journey into jazz, his relationship with …
 
When Thursday comes around there is only one thing to listen to: a midweek From The Rookery End hosted by Adam Leventhal. This week Adam, the Watford correspondent for The Athletic, is joined by Mike and Jon to continue to talk about the fantastic win at Everton and they looked ahead to a different sort of challenge on the weekend, when Southampton…
 
In this week's episode we talk with pianist Greg Foat about his musical influences, his journey into jazz and his reflections on the current UK jazz scene. We discuss growing up on the Isle of Wight, his extensive record collection and his approach to working with other musicians and creating great collaborations. Plus there's a bonus appearance by…
 
From a 5-0 defeat to 5-2 win, this week, we've seen an almighty swing in results and performances from the current batch of Golden Boys. Jon, Mike and Colin gathered on Sunday, the morning after, to not only find a happy Mike but to praise the effort of Watford as a team, the choices of the Head Coach and a stand out performance from Joshua King. Y…
 
It’s Thursday which means another From the Rookery End podcast, brought to you in association with The Athletic. Adam Leventhal is joined by DCW and Mike, who, in looking forward to the weekend trip to Everton, try to work out what needs to change after the humiliation from the Blues Merseyside neighbours last time out. After Adam’s piece on The At…
 
In this week’s episode we chat with the fabulous singer and songwriter Jo Harrop. We chat about her new album 'The Heart Wants', working with Christian McBride, being feted by Iggy Pop, playing on the London scene, and responding to the joys and pains of life through song-writing. There’s lots of laughs, some deep dives into the healing power of mu…
 
After a chastening afternoon at Vicarage Road, Jon, Jason and (a less than impressed) Mike gather to discuss a defeat against rampant Liverpool. While Jon and Jas search for positives, Mike is in an altogether less charitable mood, with the Hornets’ defence torn to shreds by the visiting reds, with precious little cause for optimism further upfield…
 
The international break is over, the Premier League is back and so is Adam Leventhal with another From the Rookery End podcast, brought to you by The Athletic. Adam is joined by David Cameron Walker to reflect on what Claudio Ranieri had to say as he spoke to the media for the first time since becoming the new Watford Head Coach. There was plenty o…
 
In this week’s episode we chat with the very talented pianist, composer and arranger Paul Edis. We chat about his latest album "The Still Point of the Turning World", his creative processes when working within classical and jazz genres, and who he turns to for support as a musician and a creator. There’s of course a very taxing quiz(!), an evolutio…
 
11 season, goals galore and Tory Deeney's name in Watford folklore is guaranteed. With his recent move to Birmingham, it has been strange to see him wearing blue but on the week his autobiography is released, "Redemption - My Story", Adam Leventhal catches up with Watford 'former number 9' about his life now, the chaos of Watford. new Birmingham Ci…
 
In an extra FTRE, you will hear part of this week's Athletic Football Podcast. The podcast is out four days a week and this comes from the Tuesday edition hosted by Mark Chapman. In each Tuesday episodes Mark talks to the Athletic writers about the biggest stories from the weekend and would you believe it, this week they discussed Watford's firing …
 
After another poor Premier League showing at Elland Road, Watford have parted company with their Head Coach Xisco Muñoz. Jon, Mike and DCW got together to discuss the departure, work out why it happened and try to get a handle on what needs to come next. Colin provides us with his view from the shell-shocked away end at Elland Road, after seeing Wa…
 
In this week's episode with chat with Italian-born singer Irene Serra. She shares more about her journey to the UK via Copenhagen and Milan, settling in to jazz life in Hackney, developing her fabulous band ISQ and her creative influences including dance. We discuss her upcoming album, remixing and listening to music and of course there's a quiz, t…
 
It’s Thursday which can only mean one thing. Adam Leventhal is back with another From the Rookery End podcast, brought to you by The Athletic. This week Adam is ably assisted by Mike and DCW who discuss the situation Head Coach Xisco Muñoz finds himself in, using Adam’s latest piece on The Athletic as a touchstone. The boys look ahead to a tricky t…
 
In this week's episode, Chris is joined by his lovely siblings Lotti and Jim. Lotti is a concert soprano & music appreciation tutor; Jim is a rock drummer and online music reviewer. We all 3 pick a different album to share and contrast as we reflect on musical spiritualism across the contrasting worlds of classical, rock and jazz music. There's als…
 
Watford were back in Premier League action at Vicarage Road this weekend, taking on struggling Newcastle United. Jon, Jas, Colin and an even grumpier than usual Mike were on hand to share their verdict on the 1-1 draw and on this, the latest From the Rookery End podcast, you can hear what they had to say. There was disappointment aplenty, particula…
 
After the Hornets went out of the League Cup to Stoke, Adam, DCW and Mike talk through the performance and how individuals may, or may not, be challenging the current first choice players. You’ll hear about Adam’s latest deep dive, this time into the story of Ismaila Sarr and how he is still at the club. Plus, we hear from Chris Waugh, The Athletic…
 
This week the singer and composer Esther Bennett talks with us about her journey through jazz in the UK across the last 30+ years. She shares stories about her musical evolution in Birmingham and then onto the scene in 1980's London. She talks passionately about her musical relationship with the late Duncan Lamont, and some of the hurdles she's fac…
 
Watford were back on the road and back to winning ways at Carrow Road, and From the Rookery End were there with them! Join Mike and DCW as they share their thoughts and experiences throughout the day, hearing from fellow supporters as the travelling Hornets hordes enjoyed a day in the Norfolk sun. Relive a much needed win in this, the brand new Fro…
 
It’s Thursday, which means another From the Rookery End podcast from The Athletic. This week The Athletic’s Watford correspondent Adam Leventhal is joined by Mike and Jon who try to find the balance between fans’ expectations and the pragmatic approach Watford are utilising this season, while also asking what is “the process” that Xisco refers to w…
 
This week's guest in pianist, writer and all round music-man, Chris Ingham. We chat about his writing gigs with MOJO and interviewing Paul Simon, researching the songbooks of Hoagy Carmichael and Gil Evans, and of course, his October 2021 gig in Watford shining a light on the jazz of the brilliant Dudley Moore. We also find time to explore the infl…
 
Watford's 2-0 home loss against Wolves was a game with a negative result but, by talking it through, Jon, Mike, Jason and Colin, try to see the nuggets the season can be built upon. And DCW talks to WD18s Sam Ucko about the series that the Watford YouTube channel are producing called 'Speaking Up', all about mental health in the lives of Watford fa…
 
In the latest Thursday From The Rookery End, with Adam Leventhal, leading Jon and Mike, they discuss the state of players returning from international duty - after Coup d'etat and possible FIFA sanctions. Plus they look ahead at three vital Premier League games for Watford, against Wolves, Norwich and Newcastle. How important is this run and what d…
 
Chris is joined by Mauritian singer and composer Rouhangeze for a fascinating conversation about her musical path from an Indian Ocean island to Europe. We chat about her creative partnerships with Tomasz Bura and Linley Marthe and her 5-year journey to write, record and produce her new upcoming album 'evasio'. We explore the spiritual dimensions o…
 
As the ticking countdown clock is silenced and the transfer window is closed (or shut down for Microsoft users), Adam, Jon and DCW gather to review the ins and outs at Watford. Of course, they discuss Troy Deeney’s departure to Birmingham as well as the impact of the final few players leaving on deadline day. Plus the team looks ahead at how the sq…
 
After a respectable 1-0 lose away at Tottenham Hotspur, Jon, Mike and Jason talk through a far more postive performance than 7 days ago in Brighton. With changes across the team the boys reflect on the strengths and weaknesses but find themselves in a better place than last weekend. Jon also talk to the newly appointed General Manger of Watford Wom…
 
Series 6 kicks off chatting with the acclaimed and hugely talented pianist and composer Fergus McCreadie. We chat about the ever-potent influence of the natural world and his musical journeys around creating his 2 highly successful albums. Plus there's a very special Scottish-themed quiz, and a review of our ever challenging fantasy house-band! Alb…
 
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