Two All-Ireland hurling semi-finals, the 100m men's final, Mo Farah, the start of the Premier League... all taken care of on today's show.
Malachy Clerkin and Seamus Hickey break down the dramatic wins for Kilkenny and Tipperary in the hurling, while Ewan McKenna talks to us about the baffling reaction to his question to Mo Farah in the aftermath of his 10,000m men's final win on Saturday night.
Plus there's Scotty Too Hotty Evans, Pat Hickey in OlympicsLand, tennis in the Olympics, and skepticism as a starting point.
Mayo have illuminated the last decade of football, but they were dumped out of the championship last Saturday night when they lost a classic All-Ireland football qualifier to Kildare in Newbridge.
Oisin McConville is in studio to talk about the structure that Mayo's players need in order to get them over the line, why they might not get that with this manager, and why they're still the GAA story of the decade.
Michael Duignan is with us as well as we look back on the Munster and Leinster finals from yesterday, and the essential differences between hurling in the two provinces.
Plus there's Cork's belief, Boris Becker's diplomatic immunity, and Kildare winning the battle and then winning the war.
Former Tipperary goalkeeper Brendan Cummins, GAA journalist Jackie Cahill and Kilkenny corner-back Michael Kavanagh join James Rae to review what was the third consecutive year to feature an All-Ireland hurling final replay.
After a hard-fought battle at Croke Park on Saturday Kilkenny emerged once more as champions, with no shortage of star performances on the day - particularly from a defensive point of view.
A 35th title for the Cats, a tenth medal for Henry Shefflin and a sweet victory for a side that was regarded by many as 'over the hill' just one year ago.
The post mortem will be a familiar one for Tipperary - we ask if Bonnar Maher was 100% fit, if Kelly and Corbett will stay on for another year and ponder the future for Eamon O'Shea as manager.
And as the curtain falls on 2014, our experts pick out their highlights, favourite games and look ahead to pick out the teams with something to prove next year.
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A fourth Tipp-Kilkenny All-Ireland hurling final in 6 years... but no-one's complaining after yesterday's extraordinary draw in Croker. Malachy Clerkin and Maurice O'Brien are in studio to discuss the drama, the accuracy, Hawkeye, penalty loophole, Cody's game face and replay strategy.
Eoin Ken and Murph discuss what was a sensational weekend for FAI CEO John Delaney who saw Aidan McGeady rescue Ireland and got to star in a movie about his own life, John The Baptist, in which he explains how he has cleansed Irish football of its ills.
All this plus Eoin McDevitt's hurling predictor, the aesthetics of sport and Andy Lee on Carl Frampton becoming world champion.
Eoin Ken and Murph kill time before a gigantic sporting weekend by discussing hypnosis, Mayo's sweepers, RWC scum emails, Marshawn Lynch's skittles commercial, and Ken's piano journey.
We talk to two of the greats from Galway's past, Cyril Farrell and Noel Lane, about comparisons between the 1980's sides and the current version, and why thinking too much about Kilkenny is never great preparation for a final. Serena Williams is chasing the calender Grand Slam in NYC this week. We talk to US Murph about the excitement stateside and about one of the true trailblazers, Althea Gibson, a black woman from Harlem who was winning Wimbledon and US Open titles back in the 1950's.
The world of hurling celebrated Kilkenny’s demise last summer as the end of an era – so why are they favourites for this year’s All-Ireland title? Their 1 point defeat to Clare in the opening round of the league gave us some indication of where they are for 2014.
England tight-head prop Dan Cole has been ruled out through injury – former England out-half Paul Grayson surveys the damage that could cause. And Shane Horgan tells us about the newly humble English rugby player.
All this plus a possible new tactical role for Mike Ross, Irish Dallaglio, Neil Francis, Sexton book, and Murph’s history as a specialist in failure.
It was a pretty crazy weekend of weather in Ireland, and yet somehow some hurling went ahead. Wexford/Kilkenny was the pick of the bunch, and we talk to Michael Duignan about what Davy can take from Wexford winning a battle like this against the former market leaders in that area.
And Irish rugby international Eimear Considine is in studio to talk to us about the Tackle Your Feelings app, aimed at teenagers to try and promote mental wellness. She talks to us about facing down the England juggernaut this weekend, losing wunderkind Beibhinn Parsons to her leaving cert commitments, trading the GAA for rugby, and confronting personal tragedy as a teenager.
Plus there's hurling goalkeepers and their Tom Crean impersonations, playing with the storm in the first half, and the politics of calling a game off.
Kilkenny end the season as champions again - and rather than it being the last vestiges of a great side, it could just as easily be the start of another cycle of wins. Eoin Kelly is in studio, and Kilkenny corner-forward Walter Walsh joins us on the line.
Mayo's dream dies at the penultimate hurdle, and Dublin take accuracy to a new level - we pick through the bones of Dublin's win with Oisin McConville and Micheal Quirke. We talk about the Grim Reaper of RTE's sports department, hot salty splashes of Galway pain, and why Ireland/England at 90% doesn't matter.
Mikey is joined by JJ Delaney and Paddy Stapleton to look back on plucky Kilkenny's first win, the stupidity/bravery of writing off Brian Cody and boring, brilliant Tipperary.
We also chat to Antrim legend Terence 'Sambo' McNaughton about the task in front of him as he looks to get the Ulster men back to the top table.
Waterford are All-Ireland contenders, and one of us is convinced they're about to win their first Liam McCarthy since 1959. Eoin Kelly and Malachy Clerkin are in studio to talk about their convincing win over Clare on Sunday.
We discuss Jim McGuinness' 5-point plan to beat the Dubs, and Eoin relays in exhaustive detail his journey with the Hill on tour. Plus there's Muhammad Ali's magic tricks, emails from scum around the country, and Murph plans a road-trip with his Dad.