* On Friday morning, Kane and Kingy were joined by Hawthorn coach Sam Mitchell ahead of their final match of 2022, discussing Ben Rutten’s predicament and their management of exit interviews. Heath Shaw explains his ambition to enter into player management, and Sam Edmund breaks the news of Charlie Curnow’s re-signing at Carlton. As always, Kane and Kingy tackle the big issues ahead of Round 23: St Kilda’s list, Essendon’s fractious week, and North Melbourne’s pursuit of Alastair Clarkson.
* "This is a massive day for the North Melbourne Football Club. Welcome home Alastair."
* Kane & Kingy tackle the big issues leading into Round 23: St Kilda's list after another season without finals, Carlton's trajectory and what making the finals or otherwise means for them, and Port Adelaide's 'arrogant Adelaide' comments ahead of Saturday night's Showdown.
* Kane & Kingy tackle the vexed issue of St Kilda's list as they look headed for a September holiday for the second season running under Brett Ratten. Do they need to start culling the list they'd recruited to contend and load up on young talent? Is that tenable for Ratten?
* Former Collingwood and GWS star Heath Shaw joins Kane & Kingy to discuss the Pies ascension under Craig McRae and his recent reconnection with the club, his thoughts on the Giants slide from finals to bottom four, and ambition to enter the player management industry.
* Kane & Kingy dissect a turbulent week at Essendon following the departure of Paul Brasher, mixed messages on Ben Rutten, and pursuit of Alastair Clarkson. The boys also unpack the week at North Melbourne as Clarkson holds out on his decision, with president Sonja Hood emerging as the club's public face.
* Kane and Kingy look at the newly released documentary on the catfishing scandal that brought down Manti Te'o, Ben Rutten's Shawshank-style slog through the week towards his possible pay out, and ask what you've believed in at your footy club long past the point of reality.
* The discussion around where Alastair Clarkson will land continued with Garry and Tim this morning, and after also looking at what's made Craig McRae so successful this year, they caught up with Cal Twomey who had the latest trade, contract and draft news. And they finished off by chatting to Travis Boak ahead of the Showdown against the Crows this weekend.
* On Thursday morning, Garry and Tim's 'Ramble' included chats about footy trip destinations, ways to save money, the AFL's TV rights, and more. John from Epping, who was in fine form, called in with an axe to grind with Garry, and in 'Conversation Starters' they asked if Alastair Clarkson will choose North Melbourne or Essendon, before assessing Ben Rutten's position at the Bombers, why Craig McRae has been so good for Collingwood, and more. They got the latest trade, contract and draft news from Cal Twomey, before being joined by AFLPA CEO Paul Marsh who spoke about the re-release of his father Rod's autobiography. After a quick 'Questions Without Notice', they were joined by Travis Boak, who spoke about Robbie Gray's retirement and the Showdown against the Crows this weekend.
* Ahead the Showdown against the Crows this weekend, Port Adelaide star Travis Boak joined Garry and Tim to talk about the retirement of Robbie Gray and to explain what made him such a special player. He also touched on the build-up to the Showdown, the disappointed fans in Adelaide, and more.
* After the re-release of his father Rod's illustrated autobiography, AFLPA CEO Paul Marsh joined Garry and Tim to talk about the life of his legendary father, and to share some of the funnier stories from his playing career for Australia. He also touched on the current pre-season requirements of AFL players, and the research the AFLPA has done to help with their assistance of delisted players.
* AFL.com.au journalist Cal Twomey joined Garry and Tim to discuss Brad Hill and Lewis Melican's openness to trades, the availability of Luke Breust and Jack Gunston, Jesinta Franklin's official player manager accreditation, Can Zurhaar's future, Collingwood's interest in Billy Frampton and Tim Taranto, and more.
* Will Alastair Clarkson choose North Melbourne or Essendon, Ben Rutten's position at the Bombers, why Craig McRae has been so good for Collingwood, should the minor premiers be rewarded, Jeremy Cameron's injury, Dan Hannebery's retirement, the AFLW season, and more.
* "That is the ability to read your playing group, that's one of the great skills."
* "(If) he goes to Essendon there is an expectation of success and getting it right much earlier than there is if he goes to the Kangaroos."
* After discussing Essendon's treatment of Ben Rutten and Kevin Sheedy's comments regarding Alastair Clarkson, Garry and Tim got the latest news in footy off Sam Edmund, and then caught up with John Dangerfield ahead of Paddy's 300th game this weekend.
* On Wednesday morning, discussion in Garry and Tim's 'Ramble' centred around Tattslotto, the 'Whisper-torial', the old Aussie cricket team's catch-up, pre-season training requirements, Bucks' injury, and more. After a quick chat with footy jumper collector Wayne Jordan, they moved onto 'Conversation Starters' where they discussed Essendon's treatment of Ben Rutten, Kevin Sheedy's comments on 5AA, Robbie Gray and Shane Edwards' retirements, and more. Sam Edmund joined them in the studio to share the latest footy news, and they also caught up with John Dangerfield ahead of Paddy's 300th game this weekend. After their 'Questions Without Notice' they finished the show with George Samios and 'The Wonderful World of Wine'.
* George's recommendation this week was the Peter Lehmann Portrait Shiraz.
* The concerning stat if you're a Richmond fan, Collingwood vs Carlton this weekend, how important is Lenny Hayes' return to St Kilda, what expectations should we have for Dustin Martin's return, is there an experimental move Melbourne could make this weekend, will there be an announcement of a new coach this week, and more.
* SEN Chief Sports reporter Sam Edmund joined Garry and Tim in the studio to talk about the clubs hit with penalties for COVID-19 testing breaches, Zaine Cordy's tribunal hearing, North Melbourne's Plan B after Alastair Clarkson, Ollie Henry's contract situation at Collingwood, and more.
* After Robbie Gray and Shane Edwards announced their retirements yesterday, Garry and Tim looked at their careers and posed a few questions around them.
* "It's an appalling situation for someone to find themselves in... (but) that's the job that you take on."