The lads return to look back on the win against Brentford and delve into the newest additions and a new potential incoming. Dong's latest Twitter activity also gets a mention before the lads look forward to the away game at Swansea.
Chris and Matthew return to look back on the Cambridge game and discuss the social media reaction to comments on Blues by another podcast and journalist Alan Nixon.
They also discuss the transfer budget and the lack of spending so far. The club inform us where Guzman is and finally the lads look forward to the first league game of the season.
The lads return with a nice agenda of signings, transfer rumours, friendlies, Ivan Guzman, club communication and the academy's application for EPPP Category 1.
Finally, they finish up the show with a tentative look towards Saturday's cup game against Cambridge United.
Music: The Vonics
Chris and Matthew return after a short break to discuss the last few weeks at Blues. They look back on the Aitor Karanka press conference and discuss the latest transfer comings and goings, including the most recent players linked to the club.
Finally, they bid farewell to Paul Robinson, who has left the club after 8 years.
Music: The Silver Lines
The lads are back to discuss the announcement of new Head Coach Aitor Karanka and everything surrounding it, including the seeming WAB faux pas. They also talk about recent departures, goalkeepers and the latest players linked to the club.
With Blues staying up by the skin of the teeth, the guys touch on performances since the restart and saying goodbye to Jude Bellingham. They also discuss the club's PR around Jude's exit and reflect on Wednesday's protests.
Finally, they talk about the possibility of Aitor Karanka taking over at Blues and what needs to be put in place for that to happen.
The lads are back and relieved to be almost over the line. They discuss last two games and talk about a new managerial candidate.
They also cover the latest Jude news before a game of Bottom Trumps and a chat about the final two games of the season.
Music: Martha's Needle
This week Chris and Matthew are joined by Chief Sports Writer of the Sunday People and Blues fan, Neil Moxley. Neil talks about some of his past experiences in the media, but top of the agenda is the latest predicament the club finds itself in. The club hierarchy, the manager hunt, Lee Carsley and the latest caretaker team are all covered in a lengthy chat between the guys as they try to look forward to the game against Stoke on Sunday.
Music: Polybius & Rookie
Chris and Matthew are back to have a whine and a moan about Pep Clotet and discuss potential caretaker candidates to see out the season. They also talk about Moha Ramos returning to Real Madrid and the latest youngsters to commit themselves to the club. The lads then face off against each other in Bottom Trumps with two terrible striker signings and of course they look forward to the games and against Fulham and Swansea.
Music: The Nu & The Novus
Once again Chris and Matt are back to chat all things Blues. This week they're joined by Dutch football expert James Rowe, who offers his insight into one of the latest names linked to managerial post.
They look back on the draw away at West Brom, talk transfer rumours and new kits and chat about the latest squad updates. Last weeks game of Bottom Trumps returns for it's second appearance and they also look forward to the upcoming home game against Hull.
Music: Hot Little Hands & By Devices
The next managerial appointment is on the agenda again for Chris and Matthew as they return for another episode. They are also joined by Ben from Breakdown who discussed stats around the latest goalkeeping target and looked at squad needs for 20/21 season.
The boys also introduce a (sketchy) new segment on some of the most disappointing Blues signings in the last 30 years and of course they look forward to the restart against the Baggies this weekend.
The lads return to talk about Pep's decision to step down and discuss the potential candidates to replace him. They also chat about the latest players to be released from the club including the news that Kerim Mrabti is likely to leave at the end of the season.
Music: Future Fires & The Jack Fletcher Band
The lads are back with a live edition of the WAB Podcast discussing the scrapping of the Spanish experiment, the Jude Bellingham transfer situation and they talk to Mark Watson from the Fat Lads Go In Goal podcast about what to do with football during the Covid 19 situation. Apologies for the technical issues.
Music: Citylightz & Kioko
The guys are back after the international break to talk Fulham, 'keepers, the fans forum and the recent good form of the u23s. They also look forward to the next two games against Huddersfield and Sheffield Wednesday. Can you guess who they send to Cornella...?
After a prolonged break the guys are back to chat about the last few weeks at Blues. With plenty to discuss they cover a host of subjects, including, directors offering out fans, signs of progress on the pitch, personnel, formations and Pep's new found confidence. To round it off, they also look forward to and make their predictions for the upcoming game against Luton.
Still annoyed at the Preston performance, the guys talk formations and what Blues can do to improve. Chris sends Steve Martin (not that one) to Cornella and they also discuss kickstarting Derby's season on Saturday.
This week the guys talk the win at Charlton and all the fallout, including Bellingham, Pep, Bowyer and ball-gate. They also look forward to Preston game and give listeners the chance to win two tickets to watch the game in a box, courtesy of BoyleSports.
This week Chris and Matthew have a whinge about the Swansea game, chat about the current youngsters out on loan and the ones locked in the basement. They also talk Clotet and Calm and look forward to the Stoke game.
As the first home game of the season approaches, the lads discuss the last transfer moves before the window closes. They also review last weeks games against Brentford and Portsmouth, introduce a new feature and look forward to the game against Bristol City.
Chris and Matthew kick off the 2019/20 season with a chat about new contracts, recent moves in and out of the club and the latest transfer rumours. The first game of the season is also on the agenda as they predict the starting line up and the score.
After a three week break the guys are back to talk about Blues latest moves in transfer market. They also discuss other transfer speculation and give a recap of the pre-season friendlies.
Music: The Jack Fletcher Band
The guys return to talk about Che Adams departure and all the recent transfer speculation surrounding Blues. They also discuss the recent influx of Spanish coaching contingent joining the club and review the squad for the training camp in Portugal.
Music: The Clause - In My Element
Chris and Matthew return for a quick summary on the goings-on at St Andrew's this week including the Gary Gardner and Jota transfers, Michael Morrison's will he/won't he, Coventry coming to St Andrew's and the new home kit.
In a bumper transfer podcast Chris and Matthew are joined by Birmingham Mail/Live Blues correspondent Brian Dick to discuss possible summer incomings and outgoings at St Andrew's.
Poem: Karl Hooper
Music: Hunger Moon
This week the guys talk about the awards night, and scoot over the final game of the season. They also discuss the u23 play off final against Leeds and have an alternative review of the season.
Music: Glenn Smyth - Be Under No Illusion
The lads do their best to forget about the Wigan game, give their views on those Monk rumours, discuss the latest u23s victory and try to be bothered about the final game of the season against Reading.
Music: Free Galaxy & The White Noise
When Chris finishes fanboying over Avengers: Endgame, Chris and Matthew discuss a positive, yet confusing Easter weekend for Blues and answer questions on transfers, formations and the u23s.
The guys also look forward to the last home game of the season against Wigan.
Music: Spilt Milk Society & CityLightz
Chris and Matthew give their thoughts on last weekend's draw at Ipswich and talk more in depth about the Coventry ground share situation.
They also chat about Garry Monk's recent interview on moving forward and look ahead to the games over the Easter period.
Music: Hey Jester
This week the guys review the games against Leeds and Sheffield United.
In light of the latest Blues related ‘profit and sustainability’ update, they chat about how that could impact the potential summer transfer policy and also look forward to the away game at Ipswich.
Music: Future Fires & The Pagans S.O.H
This week the guys look back on last week's game against West Brom and discuss the refereeing "vendetta".
They also discuss the situations at Derby and Bolton, as well as looking forward to the games against Leeds and Sheffield United.
Music: Brad Walton & Ivory Wave
This week Chris and Matthew are joined by Daniel Ivery, who answers questions on the fallout from the recent EFL hearing.
The guys also discuss the latest released and retained youngsters, former Blues prospect Reece Brown and preview the upcoming derby against West Brom.
Music: Echo Beach!
Chris and Matthew talk over the disappointing, yet spirited Preston result and Dong supposedly terrorising the ornaments in the boardroom.
They also discuss the first wave of youngsters to earn scholarships and contracts, plus the unfortunate players to be released.
Music: Kioko & Karkosa
This week as they look forward to the Second City Derby the guys are joined by former Blues player and a goalscorer in the fixture, David Dunn. Dunn talks about his career, time at the club and memories of the games against Villa.
Chris and Matthew also review last weekend's disappointing result against Hull and chat about some of the latest Blues news.
Music: VIOLET - Feel & La Dharma - Perfume
This week Chris and Matthew review the games against Blackburn and Bristol City, discuss the latest EFL statement. The guys also talked about recent developments between Blues and UE Cornella, the latest on the U23s and look forward to the Hull City game. (See if you can spot the "whooosh!" moment!)
Music: CityLightz - Don't Know Me & The Clause - Golden Age
This week Chris and Matthew review the games against QPR and Bolton, discuss the atmosphere, or lack of, at St Andrew's and have a quick chat about recent transfer links.
Music: The White Noise – Call Me Back and The Real Cool - Be Quiet
This week Chris and Matthew were joined by Daniel Ivery (almajir.net) to discuss what might happen with the impending EFL hearing.
The guys also chatted about the Nottingham Forest game and preview the visit to QPR and Tuesday's game at home to Bolton.
Music: Ivory Wave - Gold and Kioko - One Kiss