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Genre  AFL Program
Original language(s)  English
Executive producer(s)  Tim Hodges
First episode date  7 July 2010
Cast  Gerard Whateley
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Country of origin  Australia
No. of seasons  7
Location(s)  Melbourne, Australia
Number of seasons  7
Networks  Fox Sports, Fox Footy
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Presented by  Gerard Whateley, Mark Robinson
Nominations  Logie Award for Most Popular Sports Program
Similar  On the Couch, Open Mike, Footy Classified, The AFL Footy Show, Talking Footy

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AFL 360 is an Australian nightly talk show that deals with the issues in the Australian Football League (AFL). It currently airs on Fox Footy at 7:30 pm Mondays to Thursdays. 360 contrasts with most similar AFL talk-shows as its hosts, Gerard Whateley and Mark 'Robbo' Robinson, are professional journalists rather than ex-players turned journalists. The show also features players and coaches as regular guests.

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History

AFL 360 was launched as a weekly show on Fox Sports in 2010, airing on Wednesday nights, and continued as such in 2011. In 2012, the show moved to the new Fox Footy channel, a sister channel to Fox Sports dedicated purely to AFL. Since then, the show airs four times per week, apart from occasions in which there is a Monday or Thursday night match in the AFL. The final episode each year airs the Monday after the Grand Final.

The show has also aired additional episodes during the season under the AFL 360 banner, such as an extended interview between Whateley and Mick Malthouse in 2015, just days after he was sacked as Carlton coach. On select occasions, the show has returned to air in the off-season to cover major breaking news in AFL. This has included in October 2013 to cover Lance Franklin's nine-year deal with the Sydney Swans, and in January 2016 following the final Court of Arbitration for Sport judgement in the Essendon Football Club supplements controversy.

Hosts

  • Gerard Whateley
  • Mark Robinson
  • For Whateley

  • Anthony Hudson
  • For Robinson

  • Anthony Hudson
  • Eddie McGuire
  • Mike Sheahan
  • Jason Dunstall
  • Dermott Brereton
  • David King
  • Jake Niall
  • Jonathan Brown
  • Regular

  • Monday hero - Gerard and Robbo give their opinions on who were the heroes from the previous weekend's round of football
  • Two minute scramble - Gerard and Robbo give answers to several questions over two minutes
  • Tuesday matinee - Gerard and Robbo select a non-football story that they enjoyed from the weekend
  • The Furnace (real or overreaction?) - Gerard and Robbo decide whether a particular statement is real or an overreaction
  • Wednesday love - Gerard and Robbo select a person/club/event that they loved from the weekend
  • The Bomber Diaries - Mark Thompson, in press conference style, takes questions from the hosts and viewers
  • Looking forward to? - Gerard and Robbo give their opinions on what they are looking forward to on the weekend
  • Thursday's Weekend Forecast - Gerard and Robbo suggest likely events/results that will occur over the weekend, and give scenarios that could happen on the weekend that would bring trouble or scrutiny onto a club or person. Guest panellists often contribute to this segment.
  • Previous

  • Who would you rather be? - Gerard and Robbo select two names each that have been in the news that week (for good or bad reasons) and pose the question "Who would you rather be?"
  • 360 seconds - Gerard and Robbo give answers to several questions over six minutes
  • Bob's Rascal of the Week (2012-14) - Robert Murphy bestows "Rascal" status on a person guilty of mischievous behaviour.
  • Bob's Rascal of the Year

    While Robert Murphy's Rascal of the Week concluded in 2014, he continues to present a Rascal of the Year award in Grand Final week. The winners are listed below.

    Notes
  • ^1 Woods won the award as an Auskick player featured on a half-time broadcast
  • References

    AFL 360 Wikipedia


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