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SEN Breakfast

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The benchmark when it comes to football experience, Garry and Tim's expertise and insight sets the agenda each morning as they bring Melbourne the biggest names in both the AFL and sporting landscape.

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Summer Breakfast Full Show (20.1.22)

January 19, 2022 22:30 - 1 hour - 107 MB

Whether we'd prefer a hat-trick or hole-in-one, Glenn Maxwell's cricketing "contortions" and double bagels, before Australian aerial skier Laura Peel (39:50), Questions Without Notice (51:38), Brett Phillips on Ash Barty's second-round win and how Nick Kyrgios can overcome Daniil Medvedev (1:06:29), former Collingwood coach and SEN Breakfast signing Nathan Buckley (1:19:29), and former Test spinner Bryce McGain on Maxwell's unbeaten 154 for the Melbourne Stars, and whether the Victorian coul...

Bryce McGain on Glenn Maxwell's unbeaten 154 for the Melbourne Stars (20.1.22)

January 19, 2022 21:45 - 8 minutes - 8.17 MB

How Maxwell's innings may have snapped the "Big Bash fatigue" fans have been feeling, where he could fit in the Test team for the three upcoming tours to the subcontinent, and more.

Nathan Buckley (20.1.22)

January 19, 2022 21:30 - 18 minutes - 16.8 MB

His excitement to link up with SEN Breakfast from February 28, how he felt the pull back to footy having spent more than six months away from the game, why he'll always be a coach at heart, his cynicism with journalism and aspiration to "provide a little more context for people," and more.

Brett Phillips on Barty's second round win and Kyrgios' meeting with Medvedev (20.1.22)

January 19, 2022 20:55 - 11 minutes - 10.2 MB

Why Italian Camila Giorgi is a good match-up for the world no. 1, the looming clash with Naomi Osaka, John Millman's competitive performance against Alexander Zverev, how Seb Korda's story has stood out in an even competition, and how playing on Rod Laver Arena could sharpen Nick Kyrgios' focus for his meeting with second seed Daniil Medvedev.

Questions Without Notice (20.1.22)

January 19, 2022 20:40 - 14 minutes - 13.4 MB

The players who could captain the West Coast Eagles this season, how the Australian women's cricket team deserves to play more Test cricket, the NBA title contenders with more than half the season in the books, and more.

Who should captain West Coast this season? (20.1.22)

January 19, 2022 20:30 - 1 minute - 1.4 MB

Eagles skipper Luke Shuey has played only 20 games over the past two seasons.

Australian aerial skier Laura Peel (20.1.22)

January 19, 2022 20:20 - 9 minutes - 8.45 MB

How her career-high score of 118 at the World Cup finals in Deer Valley came together, the "quadruple twisting triple backflip" she pulled off in training, how Australian aerialists are able to practice down under, the "mind over matter" element of her discipline, the most beautiful place she's travelled as a winter athlete, and more.

The Thursday Ramble (20.1.22)

January 19, 2022 19:35 - 21 minutes - 19.7 MB

Whether we'd prefer to take a hat-trick or make a hole-in-one, how Glenn Maxwell was a "contortionist" at the crease on his way to an unbeaten 154 for the Melbourne Stars, the "double bagel" and other tennis terms, and more.

Summer Breakfast Full Show (19.1.22)

January 18, 2022 22:30 - 1 hour - 105 MB

How Nick Kyrgios was back to his entertaining best, and the "over the top" response to Australian and English cricketers sharing a drink, before discussions around unfulfilled talents in Australian sport and the future of the Geelong captaincy (37:50), Brett Phillips on the first-round wins for Kyrgios, Sam Stosur and Alex de Minaur (1:05:24), Questions Without Notice (1:17:27), Australian basketballer Sami Whitcomb ahead of World Cup qualifiers (1:27:21) and Australian fast bowler Megan Sch...

Australian fast bowler Megan Schutt ahead of the first Ashes Test (19.1.22)

January 18, 2022 21:55 - 9 minutes - 9.08 MB

Why she loves the multi-format Ashes series and hopes the men can one day follow suit, how her perspective on cricket and life has been reshaped by baby Rylee's emergency arrival, how it felt to miss a series in September, what to expect from the tourists, an update on Beth Mooney after her freak injury at training, and more.

Australian basketballer Sami Whitcomb ahead of the World Cup qualifiers (19.1.22)

January 18, 2022 21:35 - 8 minutes - 7.71 MB

The changing of the guard for the Opals and the "tough and exciting" generation coming through, the prospect of travelling to Serbia after the Australian government deported tennis champion Novak Djokovic, and more.

Questions Without Notice (19.1.22)

January 18, 2022 21:20 - 9 minutes - 8.79 MB

The waning interest in the Commonwealth Games and the prospect of Melbourne stepping up as the 2026 host city, the support for cycling champion and broadcaster Robbie McEwen after he was axed by SBS, and more.

Brett Phillips on early wins for Kyrgios, Stosur and de Minaur (19.1.22)

January 18, 2022 20:55 - 9 minutes - 9.14 MB

The "intoxicating" atmosphere at John Cain Arena as Nick Kyrgios breezed past Liam Broady in three sets, how Daniil Medvedev has earned the right to "host" Kyrgios at Rod Laver Arena, the way Sam Stosur "dug in" against Robin Anderson, and more.

When should Joel Selwood step down as Geelong captain? (19.1.22)

January 18, 2022 20:35 - 4 minutes - 4.02 MB

"His care for Geelong, and I'm talking about everyone at the club, it makes you feel guilty at stages!"

Who are the greatest unfulfilled talents in Australian sport? (19.1.22)

January 18, 2022 20:20 - 6 minutes - 5.74 MB

After Nick Kyrgios reminded us of his capabilities with a straight sets win over Liam Broady at John Cain Arena, Sammy and JJ reeled off a few Australian athletes who didn't live up to their potential, or even get the opportunity.

The Wednesday Ramble (19.1.22)

January 18, 2022 19:35 - 20 minutes - 18.9 MB

How Nick Kyrgios entertained us on Tuesday night and the Cristiano Ronaldo 'siuuuu' celebration that accompanied, the "over the top" response to Australian and English cricketers staying up all night in Hobart after the Ashes wrapped up, and more.

Summer Breakfast Full Show (18.1.22)

January 17, 2022 22:30 - 1 hour - 107 MB

Josh's first day back at Geelong, Pat Cummins' classy leadership and whether we'd post our Wordle results, before Australian skeleton racer Jackie Narracott (39:32), how proposed changes to the holding the ball interpretation will affect the game, and why the ruck nomination rule is necessary (52:09), Melbourne Stars all-rounder Marcus Stoinis (1:11:38), Melbourne United forward Jack White (1:19:12), Questions Without Notice (1:32:39), and Brett Phillips to wrap the first day of the Australi...

Brett Phillips reviews the first day's play at the Australian Open (18.1.22)

January 17, 2022 21:55 - 10 minutes - 10 MB

How Ash Barty was able to direct her match against Ukrainian Lesia Tsurenko, the contributing factors to Thanasi Kokkinakis' first-round exit, what lies in wait for Aleksandar Vukic if he can crack the top 100, how Nick Kyrgios has the serve and athleticism to hit the ground running, and more.

Questions Without Notice (18.1.22)

January 17, 2022 21:40 - 10 minutes - 10.1 MB

The best import in the history of the NBL, where Ben Simmons could find a new home, and more.

Melbourne United forward Jack White (18.1.22)

January 17, 2022 21:20 - 13 minutes - 11.9 MB

How the NBL postponements were frustrating for him personally but gave the group time to gel and get better, his preferred position on the court, how he wondered whether his body would be the same after a series of major injuries, and more.

Melbourne Stars all-rounder Marcus Stoinis (18.1.22)

January 17, 2022 20:55 - 6 minutes - 5.57 MB

The Stars' hopes of a fairytale ending to their season having been hit hard by COVID-19, how cricketers who came out of quarantine to play were "cooked" after a game or two, whether the season runs too long, and more.

Why the ruck nomination rule is necessary (18.1.22)

January 17, 2022 20:40 - 5 minutes - 4.9 MB

"If no-one is a ruckman, then anyone can be a ruckman..."

Josh Jenkins' perspective on the AFL's new rule interpretations (18.1.22)

January 17, 2022 20:35 - 6 minutes - 5.52 MB

"It's going to be very hard to adjudicate."

Australian skeleton racer Jackie Narracott (18.1.22)

January 17, 2022 20:20 - 10 minutes - 9.96 MB

How she found her way from sprinting to skeleton, her top speed in her gold medal run at the World Cup over the weekend, the injuries skeleton racers usually experience, how the Winter Olympians will spend their time in Beijing next month, and more.

The Tuesday Ramble (18.1.22)

January 17, 2022 19:35 - 20 minutes - 19.2 MB

Josh's first day back at Geelong and how he performed in "24 running" drills, Pat Cummins' classy approach to the Test captaincy, whether we'd post our Wordle scores, how even Iceland Cricket is making fun of England, and more.

Summer Breakfast Full Show (17.1.22)

January 16, 2022 22:30 - 1 hour - 107 MB

How Josh has become the "better half" in his relationship, England's calamity and penguins' return to the program, before we shared memories of Scot Palmer, discussed Cameron Green's potential to emulate champion South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis and looked ahead to Ash Barty's Australian Open campaign (39:26), Brett Phillips ahead of the first day's play at Melbourne Park (1:05:32), Carlton captain Kerryn Harrington after the Blues' win over Geelong (1:19:00), Australian road cycling...

Bryce McGain reviews the fifth Ashes Test (17.1.22)

January 16, 2022 21:55 - 8 minutes - 8.04 MB

The former Test spinner contrasted Scott Boland's fight as the nightwatchman on day two with the way England threw in the towel on day three, explained why the tourists' current team can't be coached, why Joe Root's Test captaincy doesn't deserve to be in danger, the strength of first-class cricket down under, and more.

Questions Without Notice (17.1.22)

January 16, 2022 21:45 - 6 minutes - 5.55 MB

How we would be "prisoners of the moment" to oust Joe Root as England's Test captain on the back of the Ashes, and more.

Australian road cycling champion Nicole Frain (17.1.22)

January 16, 2022 21:35 - 7 minutes - 7.06 MB

How the Tasmanian found her way to cycling from the gym scene, her confidence that her perseverance will open doors, how she motivates herself when she's struggling on the bike, and more.

Carlton captain Kerryn Harrington (17.1.22)

January 16, 2022 21:20 - 11 minutes - 10.2 MB

Her pride in the players after they rolled with a "strange preparation" for the second game, why teams are trying to move away from the territory game and spot up more kicks, how Carlton "nuffie" Andy Maher has been helpful at Blues training, the tipping point approaching for players asked to train at a professional standard while they maintain a full-time career, and more.

Brett Phillips ahead of the first day of the Australian Open (17.1.22)

January 16, 2022 20:55 - 10 minutes - 9.42 MB

What he expects from the atmosphere at Melbourne Park with crowd caps and following the Novak Djokovic drama, how Greece's Maria Sakkari has become a "legitimate contender" for the championship, the variation in preparation among players at the very top of the game, how this has been Ash Barty's best run-in to an Australian Open, and more.

Cameron Green was the "firestarter" in the fifth Test (17.1.22)

January 16, 2022 20:20 - 2 minutes - 2.17 MB

"He could almost open the bowling... he was the one who ignited the collapse."

The Monday Ramble (17.1.22)

January 16, 2022 19:35 - 21 minutes - 19.6 MB

How hosting brekkie will mean Josh late to his first day back at Geelong, why he's become the "better half" in his relationship, England's calamity and why Travis Head is the "wheelie bin," penguins' triumphant return to the program, and more.

Summer Breakfast Full Show (14.1.22)

January 13, 2022 22:30 - 1 hour - 109 MB

How our trips away can help to solve climate change, and why we should shop local more often, before Gerard Whateley to preview the fifth Ashes Test ahead of the first day's play in Hobart (49:20), Ben Graham's tips for every game over the NFL Wildcard Round (1:06:19), Brett Phillips to examine the Australian Open draw, the crowd cap and Bernard Tomic's Wimbledon ambitions (1:19:11), Questions Without Notice (1:33:06) and Barry Hall after his bout with Sonny Bill Williams was locked in (1:47...

Barry Hall after his fight with Sonny Bill Williams was locked in (14.1.22)

January 13, 2022 21:55 - 9 minutes - 8.87 MB

His frustration with the stalling tactics from Williams' camp, how he "absolutely won" his first professional fight against former rugby league player Paul Gallen, why he's expecting a call from Tyson Fury, how his preparation for the March bout has differed from the former New Zealand representative, and more.

Brett Phillips reviews the Australian Open draw (14.1.22)

January 13, 2022 21:25 - 11 minutes - 10.9 MB

The tough assignment awaiting Alex de Minaur and the "mixed bag" for the rest of the Australians, how the 50 per cent crowd cap at Melbourne Park is a "kick in the guts," whether Bernard Tomic could win Wimbledon as he has claimed, and more.

Ben Graham runs through the NFL Wild Card Round (14.1.22)

January 13, 2022 20:55 - 10 minutes - 9.75 MB

The former Jet and Cardinal explains how the final round of the regular season was a "tipster's nightmare," and runs the rule over the first week of the playoffs.

Gerard Whateley previews the fifth Ashes Test (14.1.22)

January 13, 2022 20:35 - 11 minutes - 10.9 MB

How Usman Khawaja's second innings century in Sydney left the selectors with no choice but to pick him for Hobart, how Marcus Harris was dropped at the moment he most looked like making it as a Test opener, the mistake England made at selection after the second Test, why he thinks Mitch Starc will overcome his poor record with the ball late in Test series, and more.

The Friday Ramble (14.1.22)

January 13, 2022 19:35 - 21 minutes - 19.7 MB

How we can be a part of the solution climate change through travelling, getting around the supply chain shortages by shopping at our local, an achievable resolution for the year, and more.

Summer Breakfast Full Show (13.1.22)

January 12, 2022 22:30 - 1 hour - 107 MB

How Sam survived a big sleepover at his place, and whether we'll watch golf's answer to Drive to Survive, before discussions around how Novak Djokovic's exemption explanation has only angered Australians (39:34) and how to fit seven batsmen into six spots for the fifth Ashes Test in Hobart (52:11), Brett Phillips on the tension on the tour around the drawn-out Djokovic story (1:05:56), Andrew Gaze on NBL postponements and the growing audience in China (1:19:09), and Perth Scorchers bowler Ja...

Perth Scorchers bowler Jason Behrendorff (13.1.22)

January 12, 2022 21:55 - 10 minutes - 9.29 MB

How the Scorchers players have handled a summer spent on the road, their pride in being able to switch on for game day, how players have communicated to Cricket Australia the need for a key change to the BBL, why the competition will miss Rashid Khan, and more.

Andrew Gaze on NBL postponements and his return to SEN (13.1.22)

January 12, 2022 21:20 - 11 minutes - 10.3 MB

How postponed matches have caused headaches for a handful of teams but came at the right time for the Adelaide 36ers, how South East Melbourne signing Zhou Qi "speaks volumes" for the NBL as a pathway to the NBA, how many eyes will be trained on his meeting with Brisbane Bullets centre Chuanxing Liu, and more.

Brett Phillips on Novak Djokovic's relationship with other players on tour (13.1.22)

January 12, 2022 20:55 - 9 minutes - 8.53 MB

How the exemption saga has been received by other players on the tour, why Djokovic's advocacy for them and more even distribution of prizemoney will have influenced their outlook, how Dylan Alcott is set to sweep up trophies before his retirement, the way Thanasi Kokkinakis was able to overcome John Isner in Adelaide, and more.

Who should play for Australia in the Hobart Test? (13.1.22)

January 12, 2022 20:35 - 8 minutes - 7.37 MB

"You just want to have batters who are in-form and making runs, you can find a way."

Novak Djokovic's clarifications have only angered Australians (13.1.22)

January 12, 2022 20:20 - 8 minutes - 8.1 MB

"This statement yesterday was real red rag to a bull stuff."

The Thursday Ramble (13.1.22)

January 12, 2022 19:35 - 22 minutes - 21.1 MB

How Sam survived the kids' sleepover at his house and planned new pizzas for it, whether we'll watch the golf version of Drive to Survive, the difference between Don Pyke's personality and media persona, and more.

Summer Breakfast Full Show (12.1.22)

January 11, 2022 22:30 - 1 hour - 107 MB

What we've lent out that hasn't been returned, and how tennis prizemoney is carved up, before a discussion around changes that could benefit the BBL (39:53), Brett Phillips on Bernard Tomic's Australian Open qualifying exit and expectations of Emma Raducanu (1:08:02), Australian Alpine team reserve driver Oscar Piastri (1:19:20), Questions Without Notice (1:34:23), and Adelaide Strikers spinner Rashid Khan (1:44:16).

Adelaide Strikers spinner Rashid Khan (12.1.22)

January 11, 2022 21:55 - 10 minutes - 9.6 MB

His experience of the summer with players and entire teams having been infected with COVID-19 and forced to isolate, how Adelaide has come to feel like home to him, what it means to him to represent his country and light the path to the national team for young Afghans, his disappointment that the Test match against Australia was scrapped, and more.

Oscar Piastri (12.1.22)

January 11, 2022 21:20 - 14 minutes - 13.5 MB

How he'll push for a seat and improve after winning a reserve role on the Alpine team, his plans to fit time on the simulator and test days around the racing calendar, the potential for his first seat to come in Melbourne, and more.

Brett Phillips on Bernard Tomic's failure to make the Australian Open (12.1.22)

January 11, 2022 20:55 - 9 minutes - 8.4 MB

Why we need to manage our expectations of Emma Raducanu after her 6-0 6-1 defeat to Elena Rybakina, how her US Open win gave hope to all tennis players, why we should watch out for Coco Gauff at Melbourne Park, Bernard Tomic's poor performance in Australian Open qualifying and the loneliness he must experience, and more.

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