Gerard Whateley is one of the most respected voices in Australian sport and is joined by the biggest and most relevant sporting guests every morning from Monday to Thursday on SEN.
Whateley in a Snapshot (17.8.22)
Luke Hodge had a word of advice for North Melbourne's pursuit of Alastair Clarkson, and Hodge ran the comparison between the jobs at the Kangaroos and the Bombers, Jacob Weitering on whether the Blues can dust themselves off and claim a spot in the finals, Adam Gilchrist on the private reunion of former Australian cricketers, and Wayne Hawkes has given us Magic to follow through this Spring Carnival.
Whateley in 30 Minutes (17.8.22)
Luke Hodge and Jacob Weitering both joined Gerard on Wednesday morning.
Whateley - Full Show (17.8.22)
On Wednesday morning, Gerard's editorial on the options that await Alastair Clarkson (00:36) received the perfect follow up when he was joined by Luke Hodge, who looked at both sides of the equation (4:39). He then caught up with Jacob Weitering ahead of Carlton's massive game this weekend (26:47), and after getting the latest news on Clarkson from Sam Edmund (42:50), he was joined by Adam Gilchrist who touched on the big stories in cricket (51:12). And lastly, he caught up with Wayne Hawkes in the studio (1:09:58).
Wayne Hawkes in the studio (17.8.22)
Race horse trainer Wayne Hawkes joined Gerard in the studio to talk about Carlton's loss to Melbourne and their upcoming game against Collingwood, before revisiting Gerard's plan for a revamped Spring Carnival schedule, and previewing his horses that are set to run soon.
Adam Gilchrist (17.8.22)
SEN WA's Adam Gilchrist joined Gerard to discuss the recent reunion with his former teammates, David Warner's likely signing for the Sydney Thunder, his thoughts on The Hundred, England's upcoming series against South Africa, Ian Chappell's retirement from commentary, and more.
Sam Edmund with the latest on Alastair Clarkson and the AFL's COVID penalties (17.8.22)
SEN Chief Sports reporter Sam Edmund joined Gerard in the studio to explain where North Melbourne's negotiations with Alastair Clarkson sit, and to elaborate on the AFL's fines to clubs for COVID-19 testing breaches.