Melbourne's Home of Sport
Dwayne Russell will have a strong focus on local and international sporting issues, with footy front and centre.
A nightly sports news show.
Garry & Tim will deliver more analysis and insights on the stories that matter the most to the Melbourne audience. The benchmark when it comes to football experience, Garry and Tim's expertise and insight sets the agenda each morning as they bring Melbourne the biggest names in both the AFL and sporting landscape.
This is Your Sporting Life, with episodes hosted by Sam Edmund and Peter Donegan. Airing on 1116 SEN, profiling Australia's sporting greats on and off the field.
Join Mark Allen and Craig Spence each week as they discuss the latest from the world of golf.
Join Andy Maher and Terry Wallace as they preview the coming round's games in one hour each Friday afternoon.
Jackson Oppy from The Hader Clinic speaks with people who are either dealing with addiction, or their families and the affects on them.
The First Serve is your HOME OF TENNIS. Featuring an all year round dedicated weekly one hour 'live' tennis program, the only one of its kind on commercial radio in Australia that is also podcast right here plus commentary from the Grand Slams & Fed Cup/Davis Cup ties, themed podcasts, a strong online/social media presence and print content via our website. The First Serve has one simple aim and that is to keep the tennis conversation going 12 months of the year, covering tennis from the gra ...
Sport SENtral keeps you across the weekend's sport each Saturday and Sunday afternoon during spring and summer.
Richmond superstar Jack Riewoldt is on SEN with his own show: Jack Riewoldt’s Tiger Time brought to you by Swinburne University of Technology.
Join Ox, Dr Turf and Matt Granland for two hours of fun and frivolity before the SEN Superbox and Friday Night Football. With flagship segments like Dead Set, Strange Things and the Betting Exchange, it's the perfect way to start the weekend of footy with a smile.
Catch up on the latest Melbourne Storm news and chat
Join Chris Anstey and the team as they talk all things NBA Play-Offs ahead of the NBA Finals.
Join Danny Frawley for SEN's new show on men's health. Whether it be mental health, addiction or lifestyle, No Man Should Ever Walk Alone covers it all.
The official Whooshkaa channel of the Mighty Bombers.
Listen to The Flame, hosted by Jason Richardson on 1116 SEN, the only dedicated track and field show on-air in Australia. Jason will be joined each week by members of the Australian Flame plus the biggest international names in the sport, past and present. He’ll bring to you the latest news, views and results from the world of track and field.
The latest audio clips from Melbourne Storm of interviews, insights and including clips from the SEN Melbourne Storm Hour. SEN Melbourne Storm Hour broadcast every Tuesday on 1116AM from 8:00pm - 9:00pm. Follow @melbournestorm on Twitter.
Swimming legend Shane Gould joins SEN's Olympics coverage on the day Ariarne Titmus wins gold in the women's 400m freestyle final.By 1116 SEN
Round 17 NAB AFL Rising Star nominee Archie Perkins speaks to Dwayne Russell on Dwayne's World. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Essendon Football Club
The rights of club members to vote with a Collingwood board spill looming, a Whispertorial on Kaylee McKeown's magic moment, whether Patrick Cripps can return to his best form, and more.By SEN
"It sounds eerily familiar to me..."By SEN
"He may look like a journeyman now, but I think he can be reprogrammed."By SEN
Why we won't be supporting the synthetic meat business, the best way to watch the Olympics, a call from a first round AFLW draftee's grandmother, and more.By SEN
On Tuesday morning Garry and Tim discussed whether or not Carlton should pick Charlie Curnow for Friday night, how the Dogs can cover Alex Keath for the next month and more, before Seven Olympics broadcaster Jason Richardson joined the program live from Tokyo.By SEN
How gold medal swimmer Ariarne Titmus made the country feel good, before Telegraph cricket writer Nick Hoult (32:43), discussing whether or not Charlie Curnow should play for Carlton on Friday, how desperately the Dogs will miss Alex Keath and more (40:13), Sam Edmund with player movement developments and more news (1:09:43), sports broadcaster Jas…
On having both led the Coleman and blanketed opposition forwards, the Merino sheep and the John Deere tractors on his family's farm, the Giants leader who perhaps mistakenly believes he's a country boy, and more.By SEN
Spending his time in Tokyo as both a broadcaster and as a fan, Ariarne Titmus' gold medal swim in the 400m freestyle, the latest on the triathlon, and plenty more.By SEN
Sam was in the studio with news on the Carlton review, Fremantle midfielder Adam Cerra, the length of the pre-season, a bumper broadcast rights arrangement for the NBL, and more.By SEN
Whether or not Carlton should roll out Charlie Curnow on Friday night, why you shouldn't go and buy defenders, how North Melbourne sharpened the focus on David Teague's tenure, whether the Dogs can cover Alex Keath, wondering why Collingwood gave up on Jaidyn Stephenson, and more.By SEN
"There's this fool's gold that is part of AFL football, when you believe you're within reach of playing off in big finals..."By SEN
Garry digs into the Dees' difficult stretch, and where they can improve on the run-in to finals.By SEN
Whether England players' families are prepared to quarantine down under with the Ashes in the balance, how vaccine passports for sport have been received in England, and more.By SEN
How swimmer Ariarne Titmus made the country feel good, and how the call measured up to commentary on other great sporting moments.By SEN
Reviewing Carlton's capitulation to North Melbourne, how a handful of Dees youngsters have dropped off, how Josh Schache and Daniel Rioli have settled behind the ball and more, before ex-Roo Darren Harris joined the program in the wake of daughter Meg's gold medal performance in the 4x100m relay in Tokyo.…
How we divided up our weekend of sports viewing, before discussing the teams that can win the premiership, Carlton's collapse to North Melbourne and the battling forwards who have put it together in the backline (39:37), an Olympics update with Nathan Templeton (1:07:54), North Melbourne forward Nick Larkey (1:18:59), ex-Roo Darren Harris, the fath…
Darren, who played 51 games for North Melbourne from 1986 to 1991, took us through daughter Meg's journey to a gold medal in the 4x100m relay in Tokyo.By SEN
Is Dogs forward Cody Weightman's hanger over Dees ruckman Max Gawn the best mark of the season?By SEN
How David Noble picking out the positives helped spirits stay high earlier in the season, how forwards "live for days" like North Melbourne's romp over Carlton on Saturday, why he paints murals in his spare time, how draftee Will Phillips is putting together an "underrated" season, and more.By SEN
On the Australian gold medal and world record performance in the 4x100m Relay, young swimmer Ariarne Titmus' upcoming 400m freestyle final, and more.By SEN
The teams that can win the premiership, why Carlton are "not a system-based team," the baby Roo setting an example with his kicking, the young Dees who have dropped off, the coverage of the coaching handover at Hawthorn, how Josh Schache reminded us not to give up on players, and more.By SEN
"Before you turf someone out of your football club..."By SEN
"For all the other pickles out there who can't see what he can see..."By SEN
"They can't be a talent-based team, because they haven't got that much."By SEN
Our sporting consumption over the weekend, why Garry wants the Olympic callers to ratchet up the excitement, the young key forward who could one day hit triple figures, and more.By SEN
Sam Edmund chats to St Kilda 1966 premiership hero and 1967 Brownlow Medallist Ross SmithBy Crocmedia
Australian Road Cyclist Amanda Spratt joined Sam Hargreaves on SEN's Olympic CoverageBy 1116 SEN
On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - Clarko speaks, Adam Simpson's controversial recruiting strategy, Grand Final location and more 2. Fremantle coach Justin Longmuir 3. Geelong star Shaun Higgins 4. Australian Swimming coach Rohan Taylor live from Tokyo 5. Campbell Brown previews the weekend's footy and racing…
Campbell Brown joins Dwayne to preview the weekend's footy and racingBy SEN
Australian Swimming Team head coach Rohan Taylor speaks to Dwayne from Toyko ahead of the start of the Olympic Games.By SEN
Fremantle coach Justin Longmuir speaks to Dwayne ahead of David Mundy's 350th AFL game.By SEN
Shaun Higgins chats to Dwayne ahead of his 250th AFL game, and discusses this week's AFL issues.By SEN
Huge show! Talkback on the problem with BOG medals and the Brownlow, Clarko's presser live, JR Radcliffe, Phil Davis, Chicki Boak!By 1116 SEN
Channel 7's swimming commentator Basil Zempilas joins Kane to preview the Olympics.By 1116 SEN
Chicki, Mother of Travis, joins Kane to discuss being part of the AFL Nation Commentary Team tonight at her son's 300th.By 1116 SEN
Phil joins Kane on the line to discuss the difficulties of being away from home, kidney injuries and the fitness of some of his teammates.By 1116 SEN
JR joins Kane on the line to discuss the NBA Finals and epic performance from Giannis.By 1116 SEN
Pondering the likelihood of the MCG hosting the Grand Final, the Bulldogs' experimental team, Carlton veteran Marc Murphy's milestone and more, before speaking with Peter and Tracey McKay as twin sons Harry and Ben prepare to play on each other, and Australia's greatest basketballer, Lauren Jackson.By SEN
Home schooling, taking the ferry and more rambling, before our great mate John from Epping (32:34), a discussion around the likelihood of the Grand Final happening at the 'G, the Dogs' experimental team and more (40:00), Peter and Tracey McKay as twin sons Harry and Ben prepare to meet (1:06:16), Australian triathlete Aaron Royle (1:18:46), and Aus…
On her memories of going to four Olympic Games and rubbing shoulders with the world's greatest athletes, the Opals' gold medal chances without Liz Cambage, and why this is the Boomers' best shot.By SEN
On GWS Giants defender Phil Davis disagreeing with his surgeon, whether the Ashes on home soil are under threat, and more.By SEN
Live from Tokyo, Aaron explained how swimming is his strength, why he's unflustered by reports of poor water quality, how he came to be known as Bugs, the six Australians competing in the triathlon, and more.By SEN
With twin sons Harry and Ben to clash as Carlton and North Melbourne meet on Saturday afternoon, their parents tell us how the King family have it easier, why Harry kicks around the corner, their wish for Ben to go forward, and more.By SEN
Potential parameters to ensure the Grand Final will be at the MCG, Geelong demanding answers as to why they aren't hosting Richmond down the highway, the "experimental" Western Bulldogs line-up to face Melbourne on Saturday night, whether there will be buyers for fringe pup Pat Lipinski, how Carlton should handle Marc Murphy with a significant mile…
Having missed the cut in Round 19, the veteran Blues midfielder now needs to play every game for the rest of the season.By SEN
"They are desperate, everybody is desperate..."By SEN
His insights on concrete, calling Garry out for hosting AFL 360 after he was sprung ringing Dwayne's World last week, the better of the McKay brothers, and more.By SEN