Wooly and Conan are joined by Paul Galvin in studio to discuss the weekend's action and we talk to Liam Kearns and Conor Sweeney as they sip cans on the bus. Also our chief sportswriter Dion Fanning drops in to give his take on the negativity that surrounds Gaelic football
On the week's show we have an extended interview with Wooly and Diarmuid Connolly while Mark Schutte joins on the line after Cuala's brilliant win at the weekend. Mikey is back this week too wearing his beloved Inter-pros hat and t-shirt.
Wooly is joined in studio by Barry Cahill and Conan Doherty to talk punditry, qualifiers and quarter-finals and are joined by straight-talking Westmeath manager Tom Cribbin and injury-plagued Cork forward Paddy Kelly.
Wooly is joined in studio by Senan Connell and Conan Doherty after a jam-packed weekend of football. Diarmuid Connolly's temper, Mickey Harte's manners and Galway's forward wonders are all up for discussion.
Up for debate on this week's show are quick kickouts, how to mark Andy Moran and St Vincent's media ban. Wooly, Conan and Cian Ward also take a look back at the weekend's football, while Chrissy McKaigue and Mark Breheny join on the line after two great wins at club and county level.
Great show this week as Wooly and studio guests - Conan Doherty, Senan Connell and Paul Galvin - talk sledging and targeting of players. Aidan O'Shea joins on the line to discuss Saturday's game, his post-match celebration and his alleged dive against Fermanagh.
This week we talk to Alan Brogan about life as a club player and the Dublin club championship while Jarlath Burns, chairman of the GAA's standing committee on playing rules, joins on the line to discuss a proposed new rule to the kickout. Wooly is joined in studio by JOE’s Conor Heneghan for some other talking points.
Wooly is joined by Glenn Ryan, Willie McCreery, Eddie McCormack, Pillar Caffrey, Johnny Magee and Eamon Fennell to take a look back at the 2000 Leinster final replay, Mick O'Dwyer's training methods and this weekend's Leinster final.