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On Wednesday morning, Garry and Tim's 'Ramble' included chats about Tim's message to Ben Crowe, Orlando Bloom's Instagram post, speed limits on the M1, Kane Cornes' petition, Carl Barron, and more. They asked the listeners, "What didn't you know?", where they had plenty of responses, and then spoke to Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley. Brett Phillips quickly called in for a Wimbledon update, and they also chatted to Sydney coach John Longmire. After 'Questions Without Notice' they had a lengthy spell in the 'Wonderful World of Wine with George Samios.
Swans coach John Longmire joined Garry and Tim to discuss the evenness of the competition at the moment, the importance of momentum shifts in games, Paddy McCartin's "terrific" form, the challenges their football department is continuing to come across, the young players in the wings at the club, and more.
After hanging on for a narrow win against the Gold Coast in Round 15, Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley joined Garry and Tim to talk about how they've turned things around from their 0-5 start, Connor Rozee and Xavier Duursma's progress this year, Charlie Dixon's importance to the team, their upcoming challenge against Fremantle, and more.
After Tim explained why Carlton can win the premiership in 'Conversation Starters', he and Garry got the latest footy news from Mitch Cleary and they also spoke to Collingwood star Taylor Adams about the things going well at the Pies this year. Lastly, they caught up with Carlton midfielder Matthew Kennedy who also had plenty to say about their promising form this year.
On Tuesday morning, Garry and Tim's 'Ramble' began with a chat about Tim's hospital attire and they eventually moved onto Annavisto's run on the weekend, Kendrick Perkins' approach to life, and more. In 'Conversation Starters' they discussed Tom De Koning's superb showing against Fremantle, Carlton's premiership chances, a send-off rule in the AFL, St Kilda's lack of top-end talent, and more. Following their news update from Mitch Cleary, they were joined by Collingwood star Taylor Adams who talked about their close win over GWS, Craig McRae's coaching and Nick Daicos' brilliant start to his career. They soon turned their attention to 'Questions Without Notice' which featured a cameo from Kane Cornes, and lastly they spoke to Carlton midfielder Matthew Kennedy about their sublime form lately.
Following their impressive win against Fremantle, Carlton midfielder Matthew Kennedy joined Garry and Tim to explain why he's starting to get a feel for the size of his club, what the midfield group is doing so well, why he's feeling the best he's ever felt, and to provide some updates on their injured players.
Ahead of his stint filling in for Gerard Whateley, Kane Cornes quickly popped into the studio with Garry and Tim to talk about the petition he's starting, Ken Hinkley's future at Port Adelaide, and his other controversial comments lately.
After they won their fifth game in a row against the Giants on Sunday, Collingwood star Taylor Adams joined Garry and Tim to talk about the close finish to the game, Craig McRae's "awesome" coaching, Nick Daicos' impressive start to his career, the telethon at Collingwood today, and more.
Channel 7 footy reporter Mitch Cleary joined Garry and Tim to provide more clarity around St Kilda's situation with Bradley Hill and Paddy Ryder, the likely length of Tom Stewart's suspension, the review at North Melbourne and the conflict of interest Geoff Walsh currently has, and more.
SEN tennis expert Brett Phillips joined Garry and Tim to wrap up the early action from Wimbledon, including Andy Murray's win over James Duckworth and he also touched on Nick Kyrgios' prospects in the singles and doubles tournaments.
On Monday morning, Garry and Bucks' 'Ramble' included discussion on the topics of school holidays, Bucks' upcoming Kokoda trip, pre-game and post-game nutrition for footy, Bucks' return to the gym, their favourite things from Round 15, and more. Bucks had plenty to talk about in 'The Buck Stops Here' and after Garry listed his key takeaways from a massive round of footy, they got the latest news around the league from Mitch Cleary. They took your calls following their discussion around the length of Tom Stewart's suspension and St Kilda COO Simon Lethlean called in to talk about the issues the Saints are currently facing, where they're trying to improve, Brett Ratten's contract extension, and more. And they finished off with 'Questions Without Notice' where they took your calls.
After they suffered a disappointing loss to Sydney on Saturday night St Kilda COO Simon Lethlean joined Garry and Bucks to address their recent struggles, where things have been going wrong, what they need to improve on, their potential interest in Jordan De Goey, Brett Ratten's contract situation, Brad Hill and Paddy Ryder's exclusion from the side against Sydney, and more.
Channel 7 footy reporter Mitch Cleary joined Garry and Tim to talk about Brett Ratten's potential extension at St Kilda, Tom Stewart's bump on Dion Prestia, the COVID challenges clubs are becoming wary of, Ed Ricahrds' concussion, Geoff Walsh's return to North Melbourne, Liam Baker's future at Richmond, and more.
Kane and Kingy review the Demons' return to form after their big win over Melbourne, 2. Speak to Hawthorn coach Sam Mitchell on the delicate balance of privacy in player/coach relationships, 3. Discuss Brent Harvey's comments on Jason Horne-Francis and Patrick Dangerfield's extended absence, 4. Speak to Glenn Archer ahead of his son Jackson's debut.
Hawthorn coach Sam Mitchell joins Kane and Kingy ahead of their clash with the Bulldogs tonight. Sam discusses the importance of leaders in a playing group, players who can turn a game with physicality, and privacy in player-coach relationships.
Garry and Tim's 'Conversation Starters' featured discussion about Melbourne vs Brisbane tonight, Luke Jackson's contract, Dion Prestia's importance to Richmond, Brendon Fevola on Jordan De Goey, and more. And after speaking to Western Bulldogs defender Ed Richards they caught up with Melbourne Stars coach David Hussey who spoke about the introduction of a draft in the BBL.
On Thursday morning, 'The Ramble' with Garry and Tim was followed by a catch-up with their mate John from Epping who had plenty to get off his chest. After previewing tonight's game and going through some more hot topics in 'Conversation Starters', they were joined by Western Bulldogs defender Ed Richards ahead of their game against the Hawks. Tim's Trainer's Report returned for a classic edition, and they also spoke to Melbourne Stars head coach David Hussey about the new draft for international players in the BBL. 'Slippery' Steve Smirlis answered all their questions about cars before they got into 'Questions Without Notice' where they discussed the 2016 draft, Dyson Daniels' NBA draft prospects, and more. And lastly they finished the show with their 'Overreactions of the Week'.
After the BBL announced they will be introducing a draft for international players yesterday, Melbourne Stars head coach David Hussey joined Garry and Tim to talk about the impact the draft will have, what players he'd take first, and to explain why players should choose to play in Australia instead of South Africa or the UAE.
Halfway through a career best season, Western Bulldogs defender Ed Richards joined Garry and Tim to talk about his move back into defence, the Bulldogs' inconsistencies in 2022, Tim English's dominant form and their upcoming match against the Hawks.
After a big week in footy, John from Epping joined Garrry and Tim to talk about Nick Riewoldt's frustration with Garry, the hypocrisy on Footy Classified last night, and to explain why he's splitting his 'Porky Chop of the Week' between Jordan De Goey and Collingwood.
After looking at Jordan De Goey's apology after his Bali antics, the massive round of footy coming up this weekend, Ollie Wines' comments, Scott Pendlebury's leadership, the greatest form of motivation in sport, and more in 'Conversation Starters', Garry and Tim were joined by Geelong star Zach Tuohy.
On Wednesday morning, the 'Ramble' with Garry and Tim included discussion about Garry's sleep-in this morning, the complaints Tim received about Garry yesterday, Collingwood's chances of using Ubuntu, Rob Gronkowski's retirement, mental alarms, the money raised for Freeze MND, and more. In 'Conversation Starters' they looked at Jordan De Goey's apology after his Bali antics, the massive round of footy coming up this weekend, the greatest form of motivation in sport, and more. After they entered The Wonderful World of Wine with George Samios, they were joined in the studio by Reach Foundation CEO Fergus Watts. Following their lengthy chat about the importance of the foundation with Fergus they were joined by Zach Tuohy ahead of Geelong's massive match against Richmond this weekend.
Geelong star Zach Tuohy joined Garry and Tim to talk about their heavy training block recently and the impact they're hoping it'll have on their premiership push, and to explain why Jeremy Cameron's a "super odd unit", and how they're hoping to beat the Tigers on Saturday night.
The Reach Foundation CEO and former AFL footballer Fergus Watts joined Garry and Tim in the studio to talk about his footy career, why he got into the foundation, his first introduction to it, the importance of it, and to explain what they do and why it's so important in society at the moment.