Lam's heart and soul, Connacht's story, Thomas Barr, loser kids
Thomas Barr was one of the stars of Irish sport in 2016, finishing a whisker outside a medal place in a 400m hurdles Olympic final that seemed a long way away when he was crippled by injury just 12 weeks before Rio - he joins us in studio.
Gerry Thornley has literally written the book on Pat Lam's Connacht, he's with us to talk about his shock departure for Bristol, and his own book "Front Up, Rise Up: The Official Story of Connacht Rugby".
Plus there's the scourge of 'everyone gets a medal day', Whiddy Island tourism, and drinking bags of popcorn.
Ken V John Giles, rating Raheem, Arsenal's brain drain
Eoin and Ciaran bully Ken after he was slammed by Ireland's greatest football man, John Giles. Broken hearted Ken makes a feeble effort to explain how actually Giles agrees with him on a lot of stuff.
Sports lawyer Ian Lynam joins us in studio to talk about how contracts are done in modern football. It's not just clubs who are trying to use data to gain an edge. Plus there's Pep's plan, rating Raheem and Arsenal's brain drain.
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