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Mark was in the studio with his premiership posters for the Demons and the Dogs, ahead of Saturday's Grand Final.By SEN
We've made it! It's time for the AFL grand final and Mick Warner and Glenn McFarlane are here to run you through all the big news ahead of the decider. They dish up their predictions for the game, discuss what's going on at Carlton, talk about the upcoming trade period and a whole lot more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
The breaking news of Michael Voss' appointment as Carlton senior coach and your reaction, Malcolm Blight with an insight into Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin, Daisy Pearce on the game of cat and mouse in the Dogs' forward line, Craig Jennings' theme for the Grand Final combatants, and Hamish Blake on channelling the calm of the players.…
Malcolm Blight reflecting on his run of four Grand Final appearances in five seasons as coach, Daisy Pearce running the rule over the AFL Grand Final, and Hamish Blake.By SEN
The breaking news of Michael Voss' appointment at Carlton and your response (3:41), legend of the game Malcolm Blight (11:16), Daisy Pearce (34:38), our strategy session with Craig Jennings (55:20), Herald Sun cartoonist Mark Knight (1:14:50), Hamish Blake (1:22:48), Tony Davis, son of Dees defender and 1964 premiership player Frank (1:31:09), and …
The great-grandson of Alec 'Bunny' Eason, who played for and coached Footscray in the 1920s, explains how he will be supporting the Dogs in Saturday's Grand Final from the small village of Collbato in Catalonia, Spain.By SEN
On Saturday, Craig will complete the rare trifecta of having attended three Grand Finals held away from the Melbourne Cricket Ground, having been to the 1991 Grand Final at Waverley Park and the 2020 Grand Final at the Gabba.By SEN
On Luke Beveridge's themes and how he was tasked with bringing that element to opposition analysis and strategy at Melbourne, an advantage for both the Dees and Dogs going into the game, the players each team will aim to curb, and a theme around the day.By SEN
Former Melbourne defender Frank Davis played in the 1964 premiership in just his sixth of 168 games; on Thursday, his son Tony joined Gerard from Minneapolis.By SEN
How we will know if and when each team is comfortable on Grand Final day, comparing the Dees and Dogs' respective approaches to the midfield, why the tag of "excitement machine" sells Kysaiah Pickett short, and more.By SEN
How a connection with the late Melbourne champion Jim Stynes led him to support the Demons, and more.By SEN
Reflecting on taking Geelong and Adelaide to four Grand Finals in five seasons as coach, why reunions are worthwhile even for teams that didn't taste premiership success, comparing the Dees and Dogs midfielders ahead of Saturday's Grand Final, and more.By SEN
"If you tell me there's a spaceship hovering over the Arts Centre, Independence Day style, I'll be inclined to believe you."By SEN
When a plane full of men went missing in the early days of Australian aviation, it was one wily bushman who saved the day. Like In Black and White? Go to: https://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/opinion/in-black-and-white Learn more about Grave Tales: https://www.gravetales.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
Melbourne president Kate Roffey on her relationship with Peggy O'Neal, injured Western Bulldogs forward Josh Bruce on the emotional rollercoaster of watching the finals series from home, reflections on the Norm Smith curse with Mike Sheahan, former players Ray Groom and Hassa Mann on the Demons' changed fortunes, and Racing Victoria CEO Giles Thomp…
Melbourne president Kate Roffey, injured Western Bulldogs forward Josh Bruce, and Wednesday regular Adam Gilchrist.By SEN
Your experience of Melbourne's earthquake this morning (3:46), Melbourne president Kate Roffey (8:34), injured Western Bulldogs forward Josh Bruce (23:34), exploring the Curse of Norm Smith with Mike Sheahan, Ray Groom, Hassa Mann and Greg Hobbs (32:01), Tom Morris ringing the Trade Bell (1:01:23), Melbourne Storm CEO Justin Rodski (1:18:42), Racin…
The hope for crowds at the Melbourne Cup, the best case scenario for Derby Day, how the response to mandatory vaccination in the industry has been more positive than he anticipated, and more.By SEN
Wednesday regular Adam Gilchrist on Grand Final week in Perth, the present disruption in international cricket, the progress of Australian women's cricket, and more.By SEN
How much he expects West Coast to cough up for Sam Petrevski-Seton, the players in limbo across the league ahead of the player movement period, how Rory Lobb is prepared to take a pay cut to find another home, and more.By SEN
Former Melbourne player and Premier of Tasmania Ray Groom, Demon great Hassa Mann and journalist Greg Hobbs joined Gerard and Mike to reflect on the ripple effect of Smith's sacking in 1965, after four premierships as a player and six premierships as a coach with the red and the blue.By SEN
A triple premiership player and Keith 'Bluey' Truscott medallist over 178 games with Melbourne, Hassa was captain when Norm Smith was sacked as Demons coach during the 1965 season.By SEN
Why the Storm has decided to reward all 2020 and 2021 members with a free membership for the 2022 season, how the cost will run into the millions and how they plan to make it up, responding to suggestions Sydneysiders are "deathriding" the Storm, and more.By SEN
His experience of this morning's earthquake, how he was helping the Bulldogs Shop fill merchandise orders, the emotional rollercoaster of the Dogs' run to the Grand Final having torn his anterior cruciate ligament at the end of the home-and-away season, and more.By SEN
How she came to choose Melbourne having grown up in rugby union and rugby league territory, her close relationship with Richmond president Peggy O'Neal, and more.By SEN
"What we saw yesterday? That's not the city I've lived my life in. It's as shameful as it is disturbing."By SEN
Justin Leppitsch on his premiership captain Michael Voss' looming return to a senior coaching role, Leppa's Grand Final magnets, Melbourne defender Christian Salem on the Dees' Grand Final preparation, the grandson of Melbourne champion Ivor Warne-Smith, Andrew Voss on the perception Sydneysiders are "deathriding" the Melbourne Storm, and Demon die…
Justin Leppitsch on the Grand Final magnets, Melbourne defender Christian Salem, and Andrew Voss across the divide.By SEN
Justin Leppitsch on the magnets (3:14), Melbourne defender Christian Salem (34:30), Mark Warne-Smith, the grandson of Melbourne champion Ivor (43:29), Tom Morris ringing the Trade Bell (59:39), and Andrew Voss across the divide (1:14:24).By SEN
Ivor Warne-Smith won the Brownlow Medal twice over 146 games for Melbourne between 1919 and 1932; his grandson Mark joined Gerard from Sudan, where he is the head of operations at the World Food Programme.By SEN
How the Dees are entertaining themselves now they're out of quarantine, how they approached their scratch match on Saturday, the long journey from his first year under Paul Roos, his excitement for the Grand Final, and more.By SEN
The latest on veterans Scott Pendlebury and Jack Ziebell, how Callum Coleman-Jones and Mabior Chol settling on their next step has implications for other forwards in search of a new home, whether Melbourne can secure Adam Cerra, the pair of promising Giants set to sign contract extensions, and more.By SEN
Reflecting on Phil Gould's rant over rule changes, whether Sydneysiders are "deathriding" the Melbourne Storm, and more.By SEN
His perspective on Michael Voss' growth as a coach, why Carlton must commit fully if they appoint him to the vacant role, his most vivid memories of each of the Brisbane Lions' 2001, 2002 and 2003 premierships, reflections on the last two meetings between the Dees and the Dogs, and Grand Final magnets.…
"He will cast quite a shadow while the idea of a return to coaching exists..."By SEN
Ollie Wines the morning after winning the Brownlow Medal, David King's thoughts on the Port Adelaide midfielder's season and the four players most critical to the Grand Final result, Robert Craddock's reflections on Michael Holding's career as a broadcaster, and caller Eryl from Aspendale's suggestion for Gillon McLachlan.…
Brownlow Medallist Ollie Wines, a snapshot of the Monday Means Test with David King, and Andrew Bensley with his top five horses in the country at present.By SEN
Our snap judgements after the Brownlow Medal (6:25) before Port Adelaide midfielder and recipient Ollie Wines (16:18), the Monday Means Test with David King featured the Brownlow reckoning (25:22) and Grand Final categories (40:10), the wisdom and experience of Robert Craddock on the Black Caps' abandonment of their tour of Pakistan, Michael Holdin…
His thoughts on the weekend of racing, and his top five horses in the country at present.By SEN
On the big wins for the Buccaneers and the Panthers, why falling to 0-2 isn't as disastrous as in seasons past, and more.By SEN
The wisdom and experience of Crash on the Black Caps' abandonment of the tour of Pakistan in the wake of a "credible security threat," Michael Holding calling time on his commentary career and his articulations on the Black Lives Matter movement, the looming lesson of Ravi Shastri for national cricket coaches around the world, and more.…
The players who can separate the Grand Final, the importance of taking opportunities to gap the game, the "oil and water" of the Dogs' outnumber and the Dees' defensive wall, the four players most critical to the result, and more.By SEN
Why Ollie Wines is an incredible winner, how the game is set up for the midfielders who do the damage hence the top 30, and more.By SEN
How it is humbling to see his name up there with the likes of mentor Michael Voss, how it was all the sweeter for having his teammates with him in Perth, when he realised he was going to win, how he simplified his game this season, how close he came to leaving Port Adelaide, and more.By SEN
Gerard takes your calls, the morning after Port Adelaide midfielder Ollie Wines' Brownlow Medal win.By SEN
"Last night was a true reflection of the game, how it is played, and how it is judged..."By SEN
When young boy Terry Floyd went missing from a small country town, suspicion may have fallen on the wrong man, as investigator and TV host Ron Iddles explains. Thew last episode of Homicide with Ron Iddles goes to air October 3. Watch Homicide with Ron Iddles: https://7plus.com.au/homicide-with-ron-iddles Read more of Andrew's columns at: http://ww…