Each week, hosts Ashley Browne, Andrew Weiss and Darren Levin will dissect a different iconic game from Hawthorn history, with the help of special Hawthorn guests. Join the likes of Shaun Burgoyne, Sam Mitchell and Gary Ayres as we look back on the special moments that made the Hawthorn Football Club what it is today.
Get to the chopper! The day Huddo took to the skies
Imagine flying in to play a game of footy in a helicopter? Well, Peter Hudson did just that, in the one and only match he played in the 1973 season, the Hawks came calling and the big forward delivered with eight goals, whilst not enough to secure the win and a push into the finals, the tall Tasmanian created some memories of a unique means of getting to a match.
To merge or not to merge? That is the question
If you mention the merger match to anyone who lived through the 90's, they will remember the scenes of that turbulent time for both Hawthorn and Melbourne Football Clubs. The Hawks defeated the Dees in what was known as the Merger Match and both clubs went on to survive on their own. Andy Collins joins the Golden Years crew for a chat about the game that was almost the end for Melbourne and the second last for the Hawks.
Moore on the '71 Grand Final
Kelvin Moore gives his insight into the 1971 VFL Grand Final and what helped the side claim victory on the biggest day on the calendar.
You never forget your first
Relive the club's first Premiership with Morton Browne as he expertly remembers the details of the how the club when about it's first piece of silverwear.
Reeling in the Big Fish
Paul Salmon joins the Golden Years team for a chat about his Hawthorn days and tells a few stories that will put a smile on every Hawk fans face.
When the Hawks won the West
The Golden Years crew is joined by Andy Gowers to chat about the 1991 Qualifying Final. The match saw the Hawks head West to take on the Eagles on their own turf and the galliant victory paved the way for the rest of the finals series.