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Best Australian Rules Football podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Australian Rules Football podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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The Women's Australian Rules Football Radio Podcast. Talking women's Australian football, featuring interviews with players, coaches and officials from around the country and overseas. Hosted by Peter Holden.
Kick to Kick
An Australian Rules Football podcast, that looks at the history of the AFL/VFL. We start way back in 1897, and each episode will cover a different year.Enjoy hearing about the origin of the clubs, rivalries, players, finals systems, and much more.
Demonland Podcast
The Demonland Podcast is a discussion of the Melbourne Demons Football Club including Match Reviews, Previews and much more.
A podcast featuring Josh, Brendan and friends talking about sport from Australia and around the globe. We focus on the NRL rugby league, AFL Australian rules, cricket, A-League football, horse racing, NBA basketball, NFL American football, MLB baseball and other sports that take our fancy.
The Outer Sanctum
AFL and AFLW chat done differently in this weekly all-female podcast featuring Six passionate footy fans who discuss and uncover AFL stories from the outer.
PD Footy
Talking about the game with AFL identities and local heroes.
The Lace Out Podcast celebrates the great game of Australian Rules Football by providing a weekly wrap-up of each round of the 2019 season. Hosted by Christopher Pepper and Jamie Wallis, you'll experience a casual, unique view of the games played and hear his opinion on all things footy related. laceoutpodcast@gmail.com
AFL Cellar Dwellers
The Cellar Dwellers is a podcast dedicated to glorifying the best of the worst of Australian Football. We are passionate AFL fans here to make sure that the race for the Spoon gets the attention it needs.
By The Numbers
Daniel Harford, former Essendon and Saint Brendon Goddard plus Daniel Hoyne from Champion Data come together to give you all the stats & trends happening in the game of Australian Rules Football at the elite level of AFL. Each week they will delve into teams that are working well in certain areas but being let down in others plus plenty more in the race to the finals!
A weekly wrap that takes us into the temporary clubrooms of the Bodgy Creek Roosters, a [fictional] Australian Rules Football Club somewhere in rural Australia. Former Fringe AFL player Troy Carrington has come back to coach his old club and save them from having to fold or merge. His idea to get funding to employ refugees to rebuild their recently condemned rooms has turned the club around as he entices the new arrivals into pulling on the boots. Based on the characters from comedian Damian ...
AFL Punters
AFL Banter and Betting.
AFL Protected Zone
The AFL Protected Zone is presented weekly by Eddy Jay and Lintang Enam and we explore everything and the universe about the great game of AFL (that's the Australian Football League, the game that's played in heaven and hell, and everywhere inbetween).A sub-cultural and different view on the very serious sport of Australian Rules football. Sociology, politics, hair styles, culture, music, colours, design. And, of course, football.
The Foundations of Performance podcast is focused on tapping into the knowledge and experience of elite-performers from around the world so that you can apply their expertise to your own journey. Dan Jackson is a former eleven-year professional Australian Rules Footballer player. He now works with aspiring young athletes and performers, helping them turn their potential into elite-performance.
Join Glenn Manton and The Nelson Twins; Chris and Justin as they tackle the big issues in Australian Rules Football, cutting through the noise and going head to head with the mainstream media.
Comedians Adam Rozenbachs and Michael Chamberlin break down the AFL season. With a combined game tally of zero, Adam and Michael are more than qualified* to dissect Australia's favourite winter sport, from Adelaide all the way through to Zaharakis.*We both hate 'Razor' Ray Chamberlain.
Join ESPN Australia's Matt Walsh, Niall Seewang and Jake Michaels, along with Champion Data's Christian Joly, as they discuss the hot topics in the AFL.
Essendon Football FanCast
He’s footy’s number one newsbreaker, always at the coalface of the biggest stories in the game. And in 2019, Damian Barrett goes behind the scenes and inside the stories and minds of football's most influential figures. An Australian Football League production.
AFL Exchange
An entertaining take on Australian Football news and culture. AFL.com.au's Cal Twomey, Mitch Cleary and Riley Beveridge ask and answer all of the big questions.
One Game At A Time
Three of Aussie rules' most unofficial experts get together to discuss the origins and evolution of our great Australian game!
Unsociable Game
A Podcast about Concussion and Community Football (of the Australian Rules kind).
6 Points
Rob and Shaan (and ocassionally Declan) bring you all the action from every week of the AFL (Australian Football League) with a focussed, but light hearted approach to the worlds best sport. Regular segments include news, predictions and more. Follow us on the interwebs!Facebook: www.facebook.com/the6pointsTwitter: @6pointspodcast*DISCLAIMER*Murdoch University is the provider of resources and transmission facilities for the 6 Points Podcast. We would like to thank them for their continued su ...
Kerry Today
It’s Kerry's number one current affairs programme. Presented by Jerry O'Sullivan.
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Women's Australian Rules Football Podcast - 2019 Episode 42Host: Peter HoldenOn the final episode of 2019, we catch up with Adelaide AFLW co-captain Erin Phillips, plus Michael Currane coach of the Irish Banshees and interviews from the USAFL Nationals.By WARFRadio.com
CEO of the ESRI, Professor Alan Barrett says care of the elderly is responsibility that falls overwhelmingly on women. It means many women in their 50s have to leave the workforce to care for elderly parents. Orla O’Connor, of the National Women's Council of Ireland also gave her views to Jerry.
Patricia Harte, who is involved in a management company, tells her story. Jerry got a response from the Companies Registration Office (CRO).
Dr Elaine McGoff of An Taisce is concerned that the new proposed planning bill will deter legitimate objections to planning applications.
This week, Tony joins Jerry to give his take on listeners' problems.
Aisling O’Brien reports on the contributions made yesterday at the hearing which is taking place in Manor West Hotel, Tralee.
Deputy Noel Grealish raised a question in the Dáil relating to foreign nationals living in Ireland who send money back to family in their homeland. He's being criticised for singling out the Nigerian community and for suggesting that some of the money may have been illegally obtained. Comment line caller Catherine Dolan describes it as a sad de ...…
Fine Gael Cllr Aoife Thornton is calling on all telecoms companies to meet with Kerry County Council and to address the issues some people in the county are experiencing.
The council has built three single rural dwellings this year which are among 62 houses the council will have built during the year. These are some of the statistics that emerged at yesterday's council meeting. Fine Gael Cllr Jim Finucane and Sinn Féin Cllr Pa Daly discussed the figures, including that the council has surpassed social housing ta ...…
Mark Murphy, CEO of Killarney Credit Union, talks about the law that governs credit union accounts, in particular, when the holder dies.
John Purcell, chairman of the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland, Philip Doyle who's a lecturer in creative media and broadcasting at IT Tralee and avid radio listener and TV viewer, Gillian Wharton discuss the state of affairs in RTÉ.
Dingle Way Walks Officer Liadain Slattery speaks to Jerry about the Dingle Way, which runs through West Kerry. She outlines the development of the walk, how it has grown and its importance to local economy:
A state of emergency has been declared in two Australian states as bushfires threaten heavily populated areas of the nation's east. At least three people are dead and more than 150 homes have been destroyed following three days of dangerous weather conditions in New South Wales and Queensland. Kilgobnet man Tom Kelliher, who has a construction ...…
Fianna Fáil TD John Brassil and President of the Irish Academy of Medical Science Professor Gerry McElvaney spoke to Jerry about the how data protection laws are making it almost impossible to conduct effective medical research and how critical research projects are practically at standstill due to impractical GDPR regulations:…
Head of News with Northern Sound Eddie Sound discusses the latest revelations in the Quinn Industrial Holdings intimidation campaign:
East Kerry claimed the Garvey’s SuperValu County Senior Football Championship title. They were victorious over Dr Crokes in Austin Stack Park, Tralee. Former intercounty manager John Evans reflects on the match and outlines which players we could see wearing the county jersey next year:
From Wayne Jackson Studios and Rod Carter Studios, Adam and Michael look at the past few weeks of AFL news. Players are back at training, SOS looks set to leave the Blues but China loves the Grand Final. Port have some naming demands, the fixture comes out plus we wonder if Dusty has collected his car yet. For information regarding your data pr ...…
In this 1935 season a new look magpies outfit with a combination of young and old are back near the top. South Melbourne, after failing in the Grand final last season look for the premiership as a redemption for their previous season. Geelong fall apart before the season even starts. Footscray finally get their man. Dan Minouge moves to his 5th ...…
Jack Fitzpatrick from Cahersiveen contaced the show after watching last night's RTE Prime Time programme which revealed how a €1.5 million facility for adults with disabilities in Co Monaghan has yet to open. The programme resonated with Jack because he has a son with special needs who lives in St Mary of the Angels, Beaufort.…
Michael O’Regan, Political Correspondent with The Irish Times, examines the week in politics - including the fact that a date has been set for four by-elections at the end of the month and the late Gay Byrne's relationship with Leinster House. He spoke to Treasa Murphy.
Gary O'Sullivan's mother passed away last year. She was a member of Cahersiveen Credit Union. Gary was her only child and is the main beneficiary of her estate. Howver, an issue has arisen regarding €1,200 in her account that the credit union says it can't give to him without a grant of probate. Killarney Credit Union, of which Cahersiveen is a ...…
Linda McAuliffe called to Glenflesk National Sc hool, Holy Cross Mercy Primary School, Killarney and St Oliver’s National School, Ballycasheen to get pupils' views of the final between Dr Crokes and East Kerry.
It was the tale that gripped Tralee - the two Rainbow Lorikeets called Romeo and Juliet who disappeared from their home in Gallowsfield. Jerry met the duo, now happily reunited with their owner, Anne.
Swainy is on the the phone as he and The Producer preview the Rugby World Cup Final. Pies is a late inclusion and we discuss NFL, the big races on Cox Plate Day and try to find a winner on Derby Day. Plus heaps more sport including Scott McLaughlin's big crash on the Gold Coast. 0:00:00 - Rugby World Cup Final 0:20:30 - NFL 0:37:00 - Horse Raci ...…
Pies worked all weekend and with Mendy back in arbitration The Producer is stuck on his own as the only person who watched any sport. Lucky we have Swainy to bail us out. And bailing out is exactly what Australian Rugby needs as the Wallabies limped to a disappointing Quarter Final exit at the hands of England. In the other quarters New Zealand ...…
The team to beat in 1934 were the reigning premiers, South Melbourne or as some called them, The Foreign Legion, with their team of talented imports, taking the flag from Richmond in 1933. Other teams started to employ a similar tactic to build their teams up. Richmond got off to a flyer, looking very dangerous, while South’s form was actually ...…
Women's Australian Rules Football Podcast - 2019 Episode 41Host: Peter HoldenOn this week's show we look back at the AFLW Draft club-by-club.By WARFRadio.com
From Wayne Jackson Studios and Rod Carter Studios, Adam and Michael breakdown all the trade news. Eddie Betts is back at Carlton, the Swans can't get the deal done for Daniher and there were a few odd questions for draftees. Juddy leaves Footy Classified and Adam takes us through his recent trip to Iraq. For information regarding your data priv ...…
The boys wrapped up the Demons 2019 Trade Period which saw Sam Frost traded to the Hawks and the Dees welcomed Adam Tomlinson from GWS and Ed Langdon from Fremantle. The also discussed the bold pick swap with North Melbourne which saw the Dees improve their 2019 Draft hand and the virtues of splitting Pick 3. They also talked about the players ...…
AFLW Draft Insight - A WARFRadio.com and DraftCentral.com.au collaborationHosts: Peter Holden and Peter WilliamsOn this week's special episode, we look at non-Victorian players who could potentially be taken in the 2019 AFL Women's Draft. Includes comments from coaches and the players.By WARFRadio.com
Mendy has followed Team Orders and joined us in the studio following his latest pay dispute. Joining us via satellite is Swainy to discuss the Rugby World Cup. Everyone's second team Japan have made it to the Quarter Finals and they are a live chance to beat South Africa. The Wallabies are up against it with a match up with England but anything ...…
Host: Peter HoldenAFL European Championships and USAFL Nationals special episode.By WARFRadio.com
We dive deeply into the 1933 season.... Richmond come off the back of a premiership and look to make it back to back, however Melbourne have poached their premiership coach in their own attempt to achieve success. Hawthorn have to deal with not 1, but 2 tragedies throughout the season. Fitzroy charge towards a top 4 finish, Essendon, despite th ...…
The Roosters have gone back to back after one of the most gripping and controversial grand finals in recent memory. The refs, the tactics, the Churchill medal, the interviews. Everywhere you look there's controversy. And after it's all said and done. Sydney Roosters are still the premiers and Bats and Balls Championship belt holders. Swainy joi ...…
Mitch, Cal and Riley take over Trade Radio for an hour to ask all of the big trade questions... Who would you rather – Josh Jenkins or Mason Cox? Who wins the Tim Kelly trade? Which player’s value has been over-inflated most this trade period? Who’s most likely to stay at GC: Lukosius or Ben King? Your favourite three-club player? What should F ...…
AFLW Draft Insight - A WARFRadio.com and DraftCentral.com.au collaborationHosts: Peter Holden and Peter WilliamsOn this week's special episode, we look at the remaining VFLW clubs and their players who could potentially be taken in the 2019 AFL Women's Draft. Includes comments from the coaches and the players.Plus we look at each Victorian AFLW ...…
We kick off with an NRL Grand Final preview. Everyone's? second team the Canberra Raiders have made it all the way to the decider to take on the best team money can buy Sydney Roosters. We're joined via satellite by Swainy to catch up on all the latest in Rugby World Cup. Japan have once again rocked the Rugby World. Can they keep it up? The Wa ...…
It's the last episode for season 2019 and the Lace Out team goes out with a bang! Jamie's grand final week extravaganza, Pep's rant on Gold Coast's concessions, the pre-trade period trade talk, ice-cream cake and much more are in this week's episode. It's how you like your footy!
Christian Joly from Champion Data breaks down the key stats from Richmond's Grand Final win and looks at the stat leaders for 2019, while the team debates whether Richmond are a 'dynasty team', asks if Dusty could be the Tigers' GOAT and talks all thing Gold Coast assistance package. Oh, and Jake didn't rate Marlion Pickett's debut... Join Matt ...…
From Wayne Jackson Studios, the tradition continues - the 2 Guys 1 Cup / Junktime AFL Podcast Grand Final live show crossover edition. We look over the titanic struggle between the Tigers and the Giants. Wil Anderson joins Adam and Michael plus we cross to a Sydney bound Charlie Clausen (and friend). We're also joined Richmond fan Senator Richa ...…
We chose the busiest time in the sporting calendar to take holidays. But we're back just in time for the biggest games. The Producer has been touring Las Vegas and Los Angeles and Pies has been fishing on Lake Macquarie. But we're back for the pointy end of the season. In the last month hell has frozen over as BS goes into bat for the NRL refer ...…
What's better than AFL Grand Final Week? Chatting to the Sydney Swans 2012 AFL Premiership player Ted Richard is! Host Christopher Pepper sits down to chat to Ted about his amazing 261 game career as well as the highs and lows of Grand Final week. Richards also speaks passionately about Ryan O'Keefe, Adam Goods, Mitch Morton, his bond with his ...…
What would be the best story for a premiership player this weekend? Who's your left-field Norm Smith tip? Who are the game's most unrecognisable stars? Biggest moments in recent Grand Finals? Is Nat Fyfe now Fremantle's best ever player? What can fix the Suns in the next three weeks? Are you allowed to bandwagon premiership success? Would you e ...…
Daniel Harford, Brendon Goddard & Champion Data’s Daniel Hoyne bring you the Grand Final edition of By The Numbers. All the stats that matter ahead of the 2019 AFL Grand Final between Richmond & GWS. Plus a season recap of Collingwood & Geelong.By RSN Racing & Sport
AFLW Draft Insight - A WARFRadio.com and DraftCentral.com.au collaborationHosts: Peter Holden and Peter WilliamsOn this week's special episode, we look at the following VFLW clubs and their players who could potentially be taken in the 2019 AFL Women's Draft. Includes comments from the coaches and the players.Clubs looked at in this episode: Co ...…
It's the final show of the year and there's a big surprise for you. Plus: We preview the 2019 AFLM Grand Final - oranges versus overdogs.
Playing in an AFL Grand Final is something only the privileged get to do. Stevie Johnson played in four of them, and in this week's episode of In the Game he takes us through the pressure, the unknown and the privilege of playing on football's biggest stage.By AFL
How many times will you hear 'big dance' this week? Peps and Jamie rip right into the biggest game of the year and pick the winner of the Richmond and GWS match-up. They also chat about the cracking prelim finals, Nadia Bartel, Nat Fyfe's Brownlow Medal win, fights at the footy and so much more. It's how you like your footy! Get the latest on L ...…
Christian Joly takes a look at the 'lesser lights' who could have a big impact in the Grand Final, while the team breaks down two thrilling prelims, the highs and lows of Brownlow night and we select a combined 22 from Richmond and GWS - with some huge omissions. Join Matt Walsh, Niall Seewang and Jake Michaels on the ESPN Footytips AFL podcast ...…
From Wayne Jackson Studios and Rod Carter Studios, Adam and Michael cast an eye over a terrific prelim weekend. The Giants got the job done, Adam catches up with our favourite Senator and we talk the Essendon succession plan. Eddie Betts wants to go back to the Blues, there's a dumb article about WAGS plus a couple of footballers in real life. ...…
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