We have our last chat with the legendary Max Gawn; you call with your questions for Ask Browny; Deano reminds of a classic pitch featuring Kanye West and Andy Maher; Chrissie asked you what TV show you'd bring back, given the chance, and Jack Brown had a sick day. A Nova PodcastPodcast Produced & Edited By Andy ZitoExecutive Producer: Jack CharlesSenior Producer: Brodie PummeroyAssistant Producer: Tom Casamento Senior Digital Producer: Andy ZitoAdditional Audio Production: Tim MountfordSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on The Run Home, with Andy Maher & Andrew Gaze: Recalled Australian ODI batter Travis Head ahead of Thursday's meeting with England, Nick O'Hern on Sunday's Vic PGA playoff result, and retired umpire Darren Goldspink on the AFL's Brownlow voting scandal.
Today on The Run Home, with Andy Maher & Andrew Gaze: The Guardian's Nick Tadeschi on the NRL's CBA tension, Tadgh Kennelley on his work with male mental health support, and Andy Harper on the Socceroos World Cup squad announcement.
After a long break Virginia and Louise are excited to be back in their makeshift cushion studios to discuss some new releases by authors they absolutely love……. as well as some other popular culture they have been diving in to. Email firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram @diving_in_podcast Virginia's Instagram @virginia_readsLouise's Instagram @louise_cooks_and_reads Song ‘Diving In' – original music and lyrics written and performed by Laura Adeline – https://linkt.ree/llauraadeline Podcast sound production and editing by Andy Maher. Graphics by Orla Larkin - email@example.com BooksThe Marriage Portrait by Maggie O' Farrell 2022, HachetteShrines of Gaiety by Kate Atkinson, 2022, Penguin BooksThe Rising Tide by Ann Cleeves 2022, Pan MacmillanExiles by Jane Harper, 2022, Pan MacmillanTelevisionLouise recommends This England and DI RayVirginia recommends Sherwood and Savage RiverMoviesVirginia recommends See How They RunPodcastLouise recommends Empire with Anita Anand and William Dalrymple
Today on the show, with Andy Maher & Dermott Brereton from Mildura: Nedd Brockman on his superhuman fundraising feat, Pete Handscomb on his aspiration to return to international cricket, & David Taggart previews a massive weekend of racing at Moonee Valley.
Today on the show, with Andy Maher & Andrew Gaze: Aussie golfer Paul Gow picks up the phone for the return of Rolodex Roulette, the boys break down Ernie Merrick's comments on the sacking of Brett Ratten, and plenty on your calls on the old days of SEN!
Today on the show, with Andy Maher & Andrew Gaze: Brisbane CEO Greg Swann on the Club's move to their new facilities at Springfield, Corey Homicide Williams on all things NBL plus plenty of life advice, delisted Eagle Patrick Niash on his season in the west, and a look at Brick Lane's new Avalanche Hazy IPA.
Today on The Run Home, with Andy Maher & Andrew Gaze: Josh Walker & Alec Waterman discuss their recent delistings from North Melbourne & Essendon respectively, Tim Hodges on the furore facing Formula 1, and your calls on great sporting journeymen and
Today on the show, with Andy Maher & Andrew Gaze: New Bulldog Rory Lobb on sealing his move away from the Dockers, trainer Grahame Begg ahead of Non-Conformist's run in tomorrow's Caulfield Cup, Clint Bizzell from Lakes Entrance on Daniher's Drive, and your reaction to St Kilda's axeing of Brett Ratten.
Today on the show, with Andy Maher & Andrew Gaze: Carlton AFLW star Darcy Vescio ahead of tomorrow's pride round clash with Richmond, Homicide Williams on Draymond Green, Western United manager John Aloisi, and your club's trade period summed up in a word.
Andy Maher & Josh Jenkins take you through the opening stages of the AFL Trade Period's final evening, speak to Sydney list manager Kinnear Beatson and player manager Paul Connors, and take your reaction to the news that Hunter Clark could be on the trade table.
Carlton midfielder Lucy McEvoy joined Garry and Tim to talk about their tight win against Essendon, how she's handled the short turnaround between seasons, Darcy Vescio's recent form, Andy Maher's involvement with the team, her recovery from a shoulder injury, and more.
Kane & Kingy run a Champion Data 'time on mic' analysis of Gerard Whateley and Andy Maher's call of Carlton vs Collingwood, touch on Shaquille O'Neal's trip to Australia, and ask what Kane should choose to break his year without a drink.
This week we pay tribute to Collingwood great and one of footy's great character Billy Picken, who passed away last week aged 66. Sammy Edmund is joined by Picken's former Magpies teammate Craig Davis and great foe former Carlton forward Mark Maclure. We also remember two of Picken's great chats on SEN, one from 2016 and one with Andy Maher and Bob Murphy last year
Mark's Podcast editor Andy Maher gave him the gift of feedback last week and it forms the basis of this week's solo podcast on why feedback is a gift, and why you should both ask for and give feedback regularly. Mark shares his thoughts on building feedback fitness, using this in real-life situations (performance reviews anyone), and what to avoid when giving feedback. Oh, and he leaves you with a BIG question to answer.
Kane Cornes on Essendon after their game against Fremantle, Tom Rockliff's experience with Carlton fans, Dwayne Russell on Tom Hawkins and Ned Reeves, David King on Bailey Smith and Essendon, Ben Dixon on Ken Hinkley, Mark Robinson on the things that make the game great, Andy Maher on provincial radio, and Taylor Walker's MRO comments.
Why we wouldn't go to space, Garry's realisation that contemporary superhero films aren't for him and why Andy Maher is off the Front Bar, before a discussion around what we'd change about the game (14:11), AFL general manager of football Brad Scott (40:19), Sam Edmund with news on Carlton vice-captain Sam Walsh's recovery from syndesmosis surgery (1:09:13), the Wonderful World of Wine with George Samios (1:15:10), Questions Without Notice (1:21:02), and Geelong midfielder and AFL Players Association president Patrick Dangerfield (1:42:56).