Back again to 2014 as Rugby League Hall of Famer Garry Schofield made his Radio Yorkshire debut on our Monday night show, amazingly, in his shell at the start...it wouldn't last! (Don't try enter the competition, we have to say this for legal reasons, because, you know what people are like.)
After a packed Bank Holiday weekend of repeats of Rugby League on the telly, we spend no time talking about the controversial ending to Leeds Rhinos vs. Bradford Bulls, but do talk about the Greg Inglis' move to Warrington, and what impact the "Future Immortal" will have in Super League coming out of retirement.
There's Gordon Strachan's comments on Scottish Football, and how they mirror our situation, plus the return of the NRL and much more for John Davidson and an on-debut Tom Alderson to discuss.
We're going back to the start now with the very first Monday night show on Radio Yorkshire. The station launched in March 2014, and, despite almost not making it to air before the launch, what would morph into RLonRY, Proper Rugby League and now Forty20 LIVE made it's debut as Super League Review.
Our guest on the first show: Phil Caplan. Little did we know that the band was almost together from day one...
A pair of key workers, and England Rugby League internationals, joined us this week as we remain without any new action to watch.
St. Helens halfback Faye Gaskin joins regular panellist Danika Priim to keep Phil and Richard in check as we discuss life in lockdown for two of the stars of Women's Super League, how covid-19 will effect the women's game going forward ahead of the World Cup in 2021 and how the season can start, and in what form.
Plus, there's tales from their touring days, TikTok, the lack of McDonald's at the moment and much more besides.
The archive machine drops us off five years ago to a Monday afternoon at our studio looking over Elland Road, and joining us to talk his career, and Schoey's appointment with the British Asian Rugby Association was former Leeds, Featherstone and England winger Ikram Butt. A fun hour of stories to keep you entertained.
While the videotape containing the 2020 Rugby League season is still on pause, and likely ruining it completely, we're back into the archives for a look back to the 2016 season as it sounded on Radio Yorkshire.
It was the year in which Denny Solomona scored a load of tries before disappearing into retirement, Wigan were crowned Champions, while Warrington had to settle for the League Leaders Shield, Hull FC won at Wembley for the first time, while their neighbours said goodbye to Super League in the most dramatic of fashions, Leeds Rhinos gave us their first glimpses of crisis and Tom Johnstone scored "that" try...
We're back again and managed to get a connection through to the West of the Pennines, where you'll find the likes of Wigan, Widnes and Toronto, as well as this week's guest Paul Bennett, of editing League Weekly fame, to talk all the non-action in Rugby League over the past seven days.
There's £16m to spend, as long as we can pay it back, but how much will be going to top up players who have taken a pay cut recently? That, plus, will there be any crowds at matches for the rest of 2020, including a Grand Final behind closed doors?
We also say goodbye to Nigel Wood, or do we?
As good as it got? 2015 was the almost perfect year for the Leeds Rhinos, winning the Challenge Cup, League Leaders Shield and Super League Grand Final. It was a year which saw Kevin Sinfield announce he'd be leaving the club, and sport, to move next door to Yorkshire Carneige, and that was a key part of the story of their success.
Hear from him, coach Brian McDermott and other members of the squad alongside highlights from the season as we head back to 2015 on Radio Yorkshire...
As we remain in lockdown, and with no prospect of any Rugby League just yet, Wakefield Trinity CEO Michael Carter joins us to talk about the challenges facing the sport, and the clubs in it, during this time of uncertainty, how he is planning for the future in the short and longer terms, of leadership at the top of the game, the number of clubs we'll have going forward and answers plenty of your questions before we even asked them.
We're still in lockdown, and there's still no Rugby League being played, but plenty to talk about with departures from the NRL to the Job Centre and, potentially, Toronto. We've still no real clue how the sport will look when we get going again, but we answer plenty of your questions on that, on PPV matches and much more. Stay safe, stay home, stay listening.