The BT Sport AFL Podcast is a brand new series that provides behind-the-curtains insight into the AFL world with some of the biggest stars, news breakers and newsmakers in the business.
Brendon Goddard, Dale Morris, Ryan Daniels and Alex McDonald
The weekend off has come and gone, so has the Brownlow Medal. Grand Final week is finally here.
We have a bumper episode for your ears ahead of Saturday's decider between the Western Bulldogs and Melbourne at Optus Stadium.
First up, Josh Gabelich speaks to St Kilda and Essendon great Brendon Goddard about Grand Final week and where the game will be won and lost.
Then Western Bulldogs premiership hero Dale Morris joins the show to discuss the correlations between 2016 and 2021, as well as providing insight into the genius that is Luke Beveridge.
We then head to Western Australia to get a feel of things on the ground from Channel 7 reporter Ryan Daniels, who also talks us through his bombshell scoop on Brisbane superstar Lachie Neale.
Before finishing in Victoria with the man who helped pave the way for Jake Lever and Steven May to land at the Demons, Alex McDonald from Hemisphere Management Group.
Tom Liberatore, Leigh Montagna and Cal Twomey
We are down to just two teams with two weeks to build up to the 2021 AFL Grand Final.
This week we have a stacked episode for you to unpack.
First up, Josh Gabelich speaks to star midfielder Tom Liberatore from the Western Bulldogs' hotel in Perth.
Then we head to Melbourne to dissect the fallout from preliminary final weekend with St Kilda great and Fox Footy analyst Leigh Montagna.
Before returning to WA to take a deeper look at the list builds of this year's grand finalists with afl.com.au reporters Cal Twomey.
Jeremy Cameron, Ameet Bains and Tom Morris
We are down to just four teams and two weekends of football to play in 2021.
This week we cover all bases on the BT Sport AFL podcast, with three guests from three different areas of the footy world.
First up, Josh Gabelich speaks to superstar spearhead Jeremy Cameron from inside Geelong's hotel in Fremantle, after the Cats knocked off Greater Western Sydney to progress to another prelim.
The Coleman Medal winner tells us what it was like to face his old side for the first time and takes us behind the scenes of his blockbuster trade on deadline day last November.
Then we stay in WA and head inside the Western Bulldogs' hotel to chat with their CEO Ameet Bains.
Before finishing in Melbourne to dissect some of the big stories in the AFL right now with Fox Footy reporter Tom Morris.
Taylor Duryea, Gerard Healy and John Meesen
We've got another jampacked episode of the BT Sport AFL Podcast after a dramatic opening weekend of the finals.
First up, Josh Gabelich heads inside the Western Bulldogs hotel in Launceston to sit down with star defender Taylor Duryea.
The two-time premiership Hawk takes us behind the scenes of the elimination final win over Essendon and tells us how a meeting with Alastair Clarkson revived his career before it really got started.
Then we head to Melbourne to continue our build-up to the Brownlow Medal with 1988 winner Gerard Healy.
The Hall of Famer and media star tells us all about that famous night and gives us his thoughts on the suspension of Greater Western Sydney superstar Toby Greene.
We finish with player agent John Meesen from Kapital Sports as we turn out attention towards the upcoming trade period.
Enjoy a bumper episode ahead of the semi-finals this weekend.
Jason Akermanis, Heath Shaw and Brandon Jack
The finals are finally here after a wild finish to the home and away season.
We are back with a blockbuster episode of the BT Sport AFL podcast.
First up, Josh Gabelich speaks to Brisbane Lions legend Jason Akermanis to reflect on the 20th anniversary of his Brownlow Medal win, as well as the famous three-peat under Leigh Matthews.
Then we sit down with Collingwood and GWS great Heath Shaw to analyse the All-Australian squad and gaze into the September crystal ball.
Before heading to Sydney to chat with former Swan Brandon Jack about his brilliant new memoir called '28'.
Lachie Whitfield, Mitch Cleary and Kevin Sheehan
With one round to go in the home and away season, there is plenty on the line for those fighting for spots in the top eight.
We've got a bumper episode of the BT Sport AFL podcast for UK footy fans.
First up, Josh Gabelich chats to Greater Western Sydney star Lachie Whitfield from the Giants' hotel in Melbourne.
The All-Australian tells us about life on the road in the past few months and why one English football giant is very special to his family.
Then afl.com.au reporter Mitch Cleary breaks down some of the major storylines in the game right now.
Before veteran talent identification king Kevin 'Shifter' Sheehan discusses his greatest Irish team of all time, revisiting the incredible career and impact of the late great Jim Stynes.
All that and more on episode twenty-two.
Hooked on this series. Amazing access to stars from the other side of the world. Just what footy fans in the UK have been craving.
This is 5 star content, can’t for more episodes to come. Thanks BT 🙏