Episode 2453: Fishing Scandal, Sibling Rivalry, 90’s Hip Hop Week, Mullins’ Legacy
It seems there is no safe harbour in the world of sport from the scourge of cheating, not chess, and not even professional fishing – Eoin brings us the latest.
We discuss the legacy of Brian Mullins, the man who best epitomised the youth and exuberance of Dublin in the 1970s.
Sibling rivalry turns sour in European GAA for 2 world service members, and we launch 90s Hip-Hop week, with Eoin outlining the parameters in stark detail.
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