WATCH: This week’s Norwich City fanzine The PinkUn Show with Michael Bailey, Richard Balls, Chris Reeve and David Powell

The Pink Un Show is our Norwich City fanzine on YouTube and Mustard TV - and it's well worth a look

The Pink Un Show is our Norwich City fanzine on YouTube and Mustard TV - and it's well worth a look for all Canaries fans. - Credit: Archant

This week’s PinkUn Show – our Norwich City fanzine – covers all the latest Canaries talking points.

The show returned this week with host Michael Bailey. Regular partner in crime, Canaries legend Darren Eadie, was enjoying a well-earned break – but former City columnist Richard Balls was alongside Michael, with Talk Norwich City’s Chris Reeve and City fan David Powell.

They reflected on City’s start to the season, that Villa Park disappointment, Carabao Cup progression against Charlton and what the last week of the transfer window might have in store.

You will also hear from Daniel Farke, Steve Bruce, Marley Watkins plus fans and pundits alike, as the crew also look ahead to Saturday’s trip to newly promoted Millwall.

Featuring a host of ex-Canaries, key City correspondents and pundits, The Pink Un Show is LIVE every Wednesday at 7pm on Mustard and on YouTube at

We’re looking for Canaries supporters to get involved every week, to put forward their questions and comments before the show and get involved LIVE.

You can have your say by calling +44 (0)1603 630006 – and you can also join in with the live show by posting your comments on the live chat that accompanies our YouTube broadcast, straight through to Michael’s phone in the studio – tweet @pinkun or comment on the PinkUn Facebook page.

You can even email us before the show – just send your thoughts to

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What’s your burning Norwich City issue? Let us know, tune in or watch as catch-up.

• For the latest Norwich City news and opinion follow Michael Bailey on Twitter @michaeljbailey, Facebook @mbjourno and Instagram @mrmichaeljbailey

• You can watch the show via the player at the top of this page

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