In light of Manly’s horrific season, which has some calling for Manly to relocate former North Sydney Bears President Mike Gibbons sits down with Iain Byrne to discuss startling new revelations about the how the North Sydney Bears were really removed from the NRL the secrets that will be revealed in the upcoming documentary.

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Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi performs ‘Tough’ and ‘Bruises’ before chatting to Rod Yates about his fear of spiders, doing shoeys, using fake IDs to play gigs and working with producer Malay.

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Your ANZ esports wrap for the week including PUBG Ballers, OPL, the ESL Championship kicks off and some epic battles at EVO 2018.

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Al Baxter and Tom Carter join Iain Byrne to reflect on the performance of Australia’s Super Rugby teams in 2018 and share their opinion on where our teams are at in comparison to the rest of the world.

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Andy Ryan and Kiki Stewart join Iain Byrne on Unfiltered to discuss the latest ex-players inducted into the Immortals and debate who the next Immortal be. 

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Australian country music superstar Catherine Britt dials in a stripped back version of Red Dirt; the first single off her new album ‘Catherine Britt & The Cold Cold Hearts’ on Live On The Lot.

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Your ANZ esports wrap for the week including the PUBG Global Invitational, LCS, DreamHack Masters, Heroes of the Storm gets a look in and we debate the merits of esports in the Olympics.

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Willie Mason joins The Spook and Iain Byrne to discuss whether the highly structured and predictably style of play, which the NRL is now accustomed to will ultimately do more damage to the game than the referees ever could.  

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Catherine Britt talks to Melanie Dyer about making her new album ‘Catherine Britt & The Cold Cold Hearts’ when she was heavily pregnant, why she was adamant the album had to be recorded using full band takes and how her breast cancer experience had a positive impact on the woman she is today.  

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Nick Littlemore sits down with Neil Griffiths to discuss why he’s fallen in love with Kira Divine’s sound, what it’s like playing a gig without lights and why he loves drinking beer in Japan.   

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