Not your average Arsenal podcast.
Here at the Arsenal Beat, reporters who cover Arsenal on a regular basis come together to discuss matches, press conferences and much, much more.
Also keep an eye out for special in-depth episodes which delve deeper into the major talking points at Emirates Stadium.
Easy Like Sunday Scoring
Mark is joined by Sam Dean of the Telegraph and The Sun's Mark Irwin to take a look ahead to Sunday's north London derby against Tottenham.
Who would have thought a 2-0 win would take Arsenal above their neighbours given their contrasting starts to the season - but that is where we are, so let us talk about that.
The guys also discuss whether Granit Xhaka comes straight back into the team and if Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is ready to get back to his best.
Molly Hudson of the Times and the Guadian's Suzy Wrack then step into the hot seat(s) to preview Arsenal's WSL clash with Manchester City - how big would a win be, City's injury worries, the need for two Leah Williamsons and a Vivianne Meidema love-in.
Suzy then tackles the Arsenal Beat Quiz with the GOAT as her specialist subject and Molly's practice score changing throughout...
1-0 to The Arsenal
Mark is back to host and is once again joined by the Telegraph's Sam Dean, Molly Hudson from the Times and a returning Nick Ames of the Guardian, who has resurfaced following his league-worst performance on the Arsenal Beat Quiz.
The trio cast an eye back over the win at Burnley, ask whether Bukayo Saka needs a rest and look ahead to possible team selections against AFC Wimbledon in Wednesday's Carabao Cup third-round tie.
Molly then discusses Arsenal's start to the WSL season and their Champions League draw - as well as potential fixture headaches and the form of Miedema and Mead.
Sam presents the first run of our Guess the Gunner game, where Nick is given a chance to atone for his previous quiz performance...
Not All Takehiro's Wear Capes
Sam is hosting as he is joined by Charles Watts of Goal and PA Media's Mark Mann-Bryans to reflect back on Saturday's narrow - but crucial - win over Norwich.
They cast an eye over the newcomers to the Arsenal side, the options now open to Mikel Arteta and who fits into those systems.
Charles also takes on the Arsenal Beat quiz, looking to top our three joint-leaders who have all scored a fantastic 8/10.
Lunchtime Goujon Partey
Fresh from the international break, the Arsenal Beat is back and Mark - and his new vaccum cleaner - take on hosting duties as Sam Dean from the Telegraph and the Evening Standard's Simon Collings join the chat.
Once smart home gadgets and Sam's lunching habits are out of the way, the trio discuss Saturday's game against Norwich, the returns of White and Gabriel, where will Tomiyasu play, Thomas Partey's brilliance and the long-standing issues with the Arsenal armband.
Sam then takes part in our Arsenal Beat quiz to see if he can challenge the three-way tie at the top of the leaderboard.
It's a Woman's Game
Supporters of the Arsenal men's team may already be wishing for the end of the season, despite being busy in the transfer market.
But, with Mikel Arteta's side languishing at the bottom of the Premier League, could it be time for Arsenal women to bring some much-needed joy to the fan-base?
Our resident WSL expert Molly is joined here by Emma Sanders of the BBC and the Athletic's Art de Roche to preview the opening day fixture against defending champions Chelsea.
With a new manager, fresh signings and a renewed optimism, what could possibly go wrong...?
Project Arteta Gets an 'F'
Mark takes hosting duties as he is joined by senior football writer at ESPN, James Olley and the Daily Mail's chief football reporter Sami Mokbel.
There really was no point having the next instalment of the Arsenal Beat quiz or looking well ahead to the Norwich game was there?
Instead, despite it being a Bank Holiday, the panel work hard in trying to highlight where things went wrong for Arsenal on Saturday - but also before then as the whole of Project Arteta teeters on the brink of failure.