Rob and Sean talk with 96-year-old Reg Swanborough about his active life.
Robert and Sean talk with Trinity Old Scholar cricketer Mitch Dearing about the team's recent success.
Rob and Sean talk about the 2018 MLB World Series.
In this week’s episode Rob and Sean talk to Cath Christie, who is a free diver.
Rob and Sean talk with USA softball import pitcher Katie Sutherland Finch, who achieved the amazing feat of striking out every opposition batter in a game for Port Adelaide against Seacombe.
Robert and Sean talk about a motorbike ride that raises funds and awareness of men's health.
Rob and Sean talk about the 2018 AFL grand final, with a focus on two former Central District players, West Coast captain Shannon Hurn and Collingwood midfielder Travis Varcoe.
Rob and Sean review the BL&G footy and netball grand finals and the SANFL grand final, as well as taking a look at the AFL big game.
Rob and Sean speak with mountaineer Kurt Wedberg, who is an American and has conquered Mount Everest three times, in 1995, 2008 and 2012. Rob and his wife Sue met Kurt while on holidays in Switzerland recently. Kurt talks about many aspects of his first climb up the famous mountain. The photo of Kurt is from 1995 on the summit of Mount Everest. The other photos were taken by Rob in the Swiss Alps, which includes the Matterhorn.
Rob and Sean discuss the lead-in to the 2018 BL&G football and netball grand finals.
Robert and Sean talk to three young local girls, Tarlee Meaney, Taylor Gregory and Stephanie Beazleigh, who have been selected in Australian indoor cricket sides.
Robert and Sean discuss part of Robert's overseas holiday, which included a visit to Lords Cricket Ground in London and three Major League Baseball grounds in America.
Robert and Sean discuss the BL&G footy and netball five weeks ahead of finals.
Robert and Sean talk about the recent USA v Canada ice hockey clash in Adelaide.
Rob and Sean talk about gambling in sport.
Rob and Sean look at Australia in the World Cup
Rob and Sean talk about the Adelaide Crows purchasing the Australian Baseball League licence of the Adelaide Bite, with Korea and New Zealand joining the expanded competition.
Robert and Sean speak with Wayne Jaeschke, a novice runner on completing his maiden marathon.
Robert and Sean talk about some of the history of Football Park on the eve of the demolishing of major parts of the ground. Gawler has a major connection, as Tom Zorich, former local councillor and owner of Sportspower Gawler was credited with the first kick in a league match there.