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Is the League Leaders' Shield already in Castleford's cabinet?
An unpredictable Super League season is assessed by journalists Chris Irvine and Gareth Walker plus the Chief Executive of Widnes James Rule tells Dave Woods about the clubs ambitions, Huddersfield's man of the moment Jake Mamo reveals the delights of West Yorkshire and the team hear from Catalans' new coach Steve McNamara.
Rugby League needs a 'Union' approach
Dave Woods is joined by Jon Wilkin who spent six years trying to set up a players union called League 13 to discover what went wrong and what needs to change if the players want their voices to be heard plus catches up with Toronto Wolfpack's Head of Rugby Brian Noble after he was awarded an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours and talks to author Frank Malley about his new book on Wigan's 'Invincibles' side that won the Challenge Cup for an incredible 8 years in a row between 1988 and 1995.
State of Mind – It's Not Just About The Players
The former Super League referee Ian Smith describes how he hit rock bottom after leaving the sport and how constant criticism of the man in the middle can leave a lasting impact on mental health.
Lee Radford - 'England Players Will Be Knackered For The World Cup'
Super League head coaches Lee Radford and Brian McDermott despair over the scheduling of a second period of three games in seven days to accommodate an England pre-season training camp in Dubai that never happened, and John Kear talks to Dave Woods on how, when and why referees should be criticised.
Saints and Sinners: Do the RFL really care about player welfare?
Kyle Amor, Richie Mathers and Tony Hannan discuss the St Helens resurgence and whether player welfare is at the top of the RFL's agenda after Mark Minichiello accused them of failing to "look after their players" by scheduling two double-header weekends during the Super League season.