A look at all the biggest issues in football and hurling from the RTÉ Sport team.
RTÉ GAA Podcast: McStay on provincial finals and Daly previews hurling quarter-finals
After this weekend there will be just eight teams left in the All-Ireland championships. Kevin McStay and Anthony Daly join Mikey Stafford, Rory O'Neill and Colm Keys of the Irish Independent to look ahead to the action.
RTÉ GAA Podcast: Fitzmaurice on Harte and Kerry fallout, Duignan looks at huge weekend of hurling
As doubt surrounds Mickey Harte's future as Tyrone manager, Eamonn Fitzmaurice and Malachy Clerkin join Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill to discuss his legacy, the fallout in Kerry and the weekend's games. Michael Duignan previews a massive weekend of hurling.
RTÉ GAA Podcast: Tomas Ó Sé elaborates on Sligo situation and Brendan Cummins on hurling qualifiers
As Sligo become the first team to forfeit a Championship game due to Covid-19, Tomas Ó Sé joins Mikey Stafford, Rory O'Neill and Kieran Shannon to discuss the situation and his own response to it, which has caused some furore in itself. Elsewhere Brendan Cummins looks at the two first round qualifiers as hurling's back door swings open.
RTÉ GAA Podcast: Ulster football and hurling philosophy with Oisin McConville and Derek McGrath
It's a huge weekend of Championship action and to discuss it all Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill are joined by Colm Keys of the Irish Independent, Oisin McConville and Derek McGrath.
RTÉ GAA Podcast: Jackie Tyrrell and Dessie Dolan on league legitimacy and pointless challenge games
Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill are joined by Jackie Tyrrell, Dessie Dolan and John Fogarty of the Irish Examiner to wade through the latest Covid chaos, look ahead to the weekend matches and weigh up the true value of a challenge games.
RTÉ GAA Podcast: Cummins and Jacob look ahead to a throwback hurling championship
With little over a week to throw-in, there is already plenty of intrigue around this year's hurling championship. Starting in October, with the second wave of Coronavirus upon us and that other plague, the yellow sliotar, causing even further upset. Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill are joined by Brendan Cummins and Ursula Jacob.