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OTB's John Duggan is joined by the Irish Independent's Michael Verney and soccer correspondent with the Irish Times Gavin Cummiskey to look through the backpages and discuss the biggest stories in the world of sport.
1 hour 14 mins
29 January Finished
OTB’s John Duggan is joined by former Dublin Gaelic Footballer Mick O'Keeffe, and the Sports Editor of the Irish Daily Mail, Orla McElroy to go through the days backpages and the biggest news and views in the world of sport.
1 hour 11 mins
22 January Finished
Joe Molloy was joined by sportswriter Cliona Foley and Editor of TheJournal Sinead O'Carroll on this weekend's Sunday Paper Review. (04:20) Shane McGrath and Joe Brolly on the latest Up The Ra controversy (33:00) Report on how the ball is spending less time in play in football (40:00) Mick Foley on potentially changing the names of GAA stadia (45:00) How high is too high for a rugby tackle? (48:05) Paul Kimmage on his clash with Graham Rowntree on concussion (61:00) The latest news on Damar Hamlin and how to protect players in a physical sport
1 hour 20 mins
8 January Finished
Joe Molloy was joined by journalist Kieran Cunningham and Cobh Ramblers manager Shane Keegan on this weekend's Sunday Paper Review. (03:00) Lionel Messi: Separating the man from the player. (24:00) What the allegations against Vera Pauw tell us about elite coaching. (55:00) Katie Taylor in Madison Square Garden. (01:01:00) 'Running a marathon is hard, to do it in Antarctica - that's mind-blowing.'
1 hour 6 mins
18 December 2022 Finished
Joe Molloy was joined by journalists John Greene and Brendan O'Brien on this weekend's edition of the Sunday Paper Review. (03:00) England out, but World Cup offers more answers than questions. (18:00) Why does Neymar annoy people? Barney Ronay has an answer. (40:00) Joe Brolly, the GAA and getting lost in grey areas. (01:00:00) The joy of watching David Clifford.
1 hour 7 mins
11 December 2022 Finished