David Flatman and Tom Shanklin guide you through the Guinness Six Nations in a series of special podcasts from ITV Sport, out every Monday throughout the tournament.
It's Off Games For Flats & Shanks
With no matches being played as a result of the coronavirus, Dave and Tom take the opportunity to reflect upon the performances of all the teams as things stand in the 2020 Guinness Six Nations. They also discuss your feedback on Joe Marler's ban and select their Team Of The Tournament (so far).
White Win For Twickers Faithful & Red Win For Hot Scots
In an episode recorded before the cancellation of the France / Ireland game, Dave and Tom reflect on two of the big talking points in the England v Wales game involving Manu Tuilagi and - ahem - Joe Marler and Alun-Wyn Jones. They also assess a fantastic performance by Scotland to overturn a 14-man France, which throws the tournament wide open. Then, of course, there is their much-debated selections for Team of the Round.
Tom Ticked And Happy
Cheered by news that his account has finally been verified by Twitter, Tom is in good spirits as he and David assess the state of play in the Six Nations during the second rest week of the tournament. Wales's injury concerns are a major talking point, as is the coronavirus. They also get stuck in to your feedback from their last Team Of The Round.
France Advance, England Grand
The 2020 Guinness Six Nations is shaping up nicely - with England seeing off Ireland and France eyeing up a Grand Slam following a thrilling victory in Wales. There was also redemption in Rome for Stuart Hogg. Flats & Shanks review all the action, pick their Team Of The Round and tell a few more of your gags.
A Gareth Anscombe Special
In an episode filmed in a box at The Principality Stadium in Cardiff, the Wales fly-half joins David and Tom to discuss his ongoing rehabilitation from the horrific knee injury that cruelly ruled him out of the World Cup in Japan. They also get his thoughts on new national coach Wayne Pivac, Shaun Edwards, the Finn Russell affair and the likely winners and losers in the 2020 Guinness Six Nations. What a thoroughly top fella he is!
Come Rain England Shine
As Storm Ciara batters our shores, England and Ireland come out on top in two very contrasting matches. David and Tom speak to ex-Ireland international Stephen Ferris and get a punchy post-match perspective from Ellis Genge. They also pick their Team Of The Round and share a few more of your jokes.