Catch up on the latest news from the Betfred Super League in this topical discussion show, as the panel debate the biggest subjects from the sport.
GP Special: Peacock goes the extra miles
Jamie Peacock is our guest on this off-season Golden Point special as he prepares to take on an ultramarathon charity challenge.
The former Bradford Bulls and Leeds Rhinos star joins Sky Sports rugby league pundit Barrie McDermott and host Marc Bazeley to reveal all about his 52-mile run around London in support of Greenhouse Sport on March 5 and why he's decided to take on this feat.
Peacock reveals how taking part in runs like this have helped him transition from his stellar playing career, which included international honours and nine Super League Grand Final triumphs, to life beyond rugby league.
There is a look ahead to the new Super League season, Peacock's assessment of Leeds' prospects and who he thinks could be dark horses in 2021, along with the former Great Britain and England internationals thought's on this year's Rugby League World Cup.
Plus, there are some of JP's memories of playing with and against Barrie...
GP Special: Inglis arrives
Sky Sports rugby league reporter Jenna Brooks and Warrington Wolves chief executive Karl Harrison join the panel for a special edition of the Golden Point to discuss Greg Inglis' arrival at the club and what the Australian icon will bring to Super League in 2021.
GP Special: Honours for Burrow
On a special episode of the Golden Point Podcast, Sky Sports rugby league expert Barrie McDermott reflects on his former team-mate and close friend Rob Burrow being made an MBE and inducted into the Leeds Rhinos hall of fame. Plus, a look at what is planned for 2021 to continue raising awareness and funds in Burrow's fight against motor neurone disease.
Ep39: Grand Final preview with Paul Sculthorpe
It's nearly time for the Super League Grand Final and three-time winner Paul Sculthorpe joins the panel this week to look ahead to Friday's clash.
St Helens great Sculthorpe joins former Wigan Warriors player and Sky Sports rugby league expert Brian Carney on the panel along with host Marc Bazeley as the old rivals prepare to go head-to-head at the KCOM Stadium.
The former Great Britain international recalls his memories of the 2000 Grand Final meeting between the clubs, explains what the Saints-Wigan derby means and gives his thoughts on the key battles for this year's title decider.
There are reflections on the careers of retiring pair Sean O'Loughlin and James Graham, along with a look at Paul McShane being named Man of Steel for 2020.
Plus, Sculthorpe and Carney give their thoughts on whether it will be Saints or Wigan lifting the trophy on Friday evening.
Ep38: Men of Steel
On this week's Golden Podcast, Phil Clarke joins the panel and we hear from Robbie Hunter-Paul and Featherstone Rovers' CEO.
Sky Sports rugby league expert Clarke sits down with Marc Bazeley to discuss some of the latest talking points in the sport, including the lengthy bans handed out to Catalans Dragons pair Joel Tomkins and Michael McIlorum, plus Sean O'Loughlin's decision to retire.
Former New Zealand international Hunter-Paul tells Fraser Dainton all about his involvement in the 2021 Rugby League World Cup's 'Ahead of the Game' mental health programme and looks ahead to next year's tournament.
We hear from Featherstone chief executive Davide Longo on why he believes the club are ready to make the step up to Super League as Toronto Wolfpack's replacement.
Plus, Man of Steel panel member Clarke runs the rule over the five players on this year's shortlist for the prestigious accolade.
Ep37: Watson moves on, Super League's 12th team for 2021 and play-off predictions
After another busy week in Super League, Sky Sports rugby league expert Barrie McDermott sits down with Marc Bazeley to discuss all the latest talking points on this week’s Golden Point Podcast.
One of the biggest pieces of news to come out of the week was Ian Watson’s decision to step down from Salford Red Devils, with Huddersfield Giants rumoured to be his next destination.
McDermott gives his thoughts on what might await Watson if he does take over at the John Smith’s Stadium, plus who could replace him at the helm at Salford.
There is a discussion about the teams both in rugby league’s heartlands and beyond vying to replace Toronto Wolfpack in Super League next year, along with the future of the sport’s North American experiment.
Plus, former Leeds Rhinos prop McDermott tells us more about his involvement with the Burrow Seven racing club to raise money and awareness for the Motor Neurone Disease Association and gives us his Super League play-off predicitions.
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