The Roar Deal
The Roar Deal
Oct 23, 2020
The Roar Deal Episode 123: Chris Fagan
1 hr 1 min
The Sounding Board
The Sounding Board
SEN
S5 Ep 43 - Here's The Thing About Leaking
Join Craig Hutchison and Damian Barrett for Ep 43. The Sounding Board is all thanks to Drinkwise - Got kids at home? Be a positive role model and drink wise in front of your kids. *TIME CODES* 00.0 – Has Damo found a home yet? #FindAHomeForDamo 2.45 – Trade Radio numbers (downloads, streams and views) were off the charts. 4.15 – Nick McKenzie – the ‘Winx’ of journalism continues to probe incredibly significant issues. War Crimes, Crown Casino etc. 11.30 – Hutchy’s latest conspiracy theory on Trump. Does Trump love the act of campaigning more than being president? 16.00 – Discussion of the 2020 State of Origin series 19.00 – Damo’s issues with the Spring Racing season in Melbourne this year. 20.45 – Is Rugby Union unwatchable? 23.30 – Stan Sport – how will a new sports streaming platform change the sporting media landscape. 27.30 – Malcolm Turnbull has weighed into the debate about media ownership saying he thinks the Morrison government and Murdoch are a ‘team’. 28.00 – Discussion about leaking information in politics and beyond. 32.00 – AFL grants and club support. News Limited get the jump on the story. How are Hawthorn’s chances of getting funding given Jeff Kennet’s criticism of the state government? 39.00 - What’s the Summer of Tennis of looking like in Melbourne? Can we trust tennis players to abide by the COVID rules we’re adhering to here. 42.00 – The Winx of Journalism Nick McKenzie is a guest on the Sounding Board’s sister podcast Don’t Shoot the Messenger Ep 153 which drops later today. The Sounding Board is produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for Sports Entertainment Network.
43 min
The Greatest Season That Was Presents...
The Greatest Season That Was Presents...
Bad Producer Productions | The Greatest Season That Was Presents
Bound for Glory: Gary Ayres
At the start of 1991, the family club were coming off a season where they had failed to continue in the family tradition, eliminated by Melbourne the previous September to miss their first Grand Final since 1982 - unable to complete a three-peat. As odd as it sounds, their failure to make it to the big one in 1990 sent the club into a tailspin. They had been called too old and too slow in the past – maybe, just maybe, it was now true? When the West Coast Eagles, the new kids on the block, towelled them up at home early into the new campaign alarm bells sounded once more. But sure enough, Michael Tuck’s side got on a roll to finish in second spot on the ladder. Their next mission: a trip across the Nullarbor to take on Mick Malthouse’s hotshots to start one of the most anticipated finals series ever held. All the experience of the battled-hardened Hawks was on display through the month that matters most, overcoming West Coast at Subiaco then just reaching the finish line against Geelong a week later to earn a berth in the Grand Final at VFL Park. The Eagles were now on their territory for the decider. Gary Ayres knows more than most about saving the best for last Saturday in September, twice winning the Norm Smith Medal as best afield in the 1986 and 1988 Grand Finals. By 1991, he was the vice-captain at Glenferrie, hunting his fifth premiership. The man they called Conan joins The Greatest Season That Was to take us into the inner sanctum of one of the most decorated and celebrated football team ever assembled. This is Bound for Glory.  The Greatest Season That Was Presents is part of The Bad Producer Podcast Network Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTW See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
1 hr 46 min
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