We join Adam, his wife Hayley and their kids to discuss the impact of the retirement on the family, their life after footy and also get the lowdown on that famous Burger Ring proposal.
Laurie Weeks is one of the Melbourne Rebels' most beloved characters. He is the most capped player in the history of the club and the last remaining foundation player.
In this episode of My Life As… Dahlhaus takes us through the journey that led him all the way to the AFL. We also touch on his role as a leader of the Western Bulldogs and how his personal growth has contributed to the improvement of the Doggies’ form over the last few years.
In this episode of ‘My Life As’ - we chat with Stephanie Prem about her life, snowboarding career, phenomenal recovery from injury and her new career as Pilates instructor.
Marcos Baghdatis brings an entertaining brand of tennis to the tour. But it’s his relationship with fans in Melbourne that stands out the most.
We go behind the scenes with Aussie Warrior Dan Kelly as he prepares to bring his A-game to UFC 193 Melbourne.
The Melbourne Cup is one of horse-racing’s most coveted prizes. One man who knows all about the hard work involved in chasing a Melbourne Cup is Australian trainer Tony Noonan.
Mike Brady is an icon of Australian sport, with his songs ‘One Day in September’ and ‘Up thereCazaly’ firmly cemented in the hearts of all Aussie Rules fans. Mike takes us through the origins of the song and what it’s like to sing in front of a grand final crowd.
Chelsea Roffey is the most high-profile umpire in the AFL. She takes us through what it takes to excel in a physically demanding and mentally taxing role, in which the consequences of a slip-up can be huge.