Matthew is joined by Helen, Lana and Paul to bask in the warm afterglow of a comfortable North London derby win.
Matthew and Paul get together to discuss Arsenal's emphatic win over Brentford and compare the view from the TV to the view from the stands.
Matthew and Paul reflect on yet another defeat at Old Trafford, with lots of familiar aspects but with some encouraging differences.
Matthew and Paul discuss the end of the transfer window, both from an Arsenal perspective and where it leads us, and more widely around the league.
Matthew and Paul enjoy a recap of Arsenal beating Bournemouth, give some love to the new boys (and Martin Odegaard) and look at the continued evolution of Arsenal's defensive set up.
Matthew and Paul look back at the 2-0 win at Selhurst Park and the performances of the the new (and like a new signing) boys, before looking forward to the opening home game against Brendan Rodgers' side.
Matthew and Anita get together to look forward to the 22-23 season ahead of the visit to Crystal Palace, Arsenal's transfer business and review All or Nothing.
Matthew & Lana touch base on the the summer signings (and give Fabio Vieira some love), ponder the plan for Pepe, and look forwards by looking back at some of the not so dearly departed.
Matthew and Paul get together this week to reflect on the qualities of surprise arrival Fabio Vieira and the long expected but still not official Gabriel Jesus, while also running their eye over the increasingly unlikely Raphina, the holding pattern Tielemans and possible Ten Hag loyalist Lisandro Martinez.
Following on from Part 1 Matthew talks to podcast regular Paul and returning (Arsenal Friendly) Brentford fan Dave Powell (@powellds), to get perspectives both within and outside the matchgoing Arsenal fan base.
Part one of the Daily Cannon Podcast end of season review, where Matthew is joined by Anita and Lana to give their main takeaways from the season, put their votes in for the Daily Cannon Podcast Awards, and cast an eye to next year.
This week Matthew is joined by Anita, Helen & Paul to look back at the end of season day in the sun against Everton, talk about the atmosphere at the Emirates Stadium, and how we all feel now the dust has settled, and why.
Matthew and Paul try to find catharsis in talking about back to back defeats at Tottenham and Newcastle, as well as asking how, why and what could we have done differently.
Matthew and Paul look back at the win over Leeds, praise Nketiah's ability to repeatedly close down goalies and try not to soil their undergarments ahead of Thursday's visit to the toilet bowl.
Matthew and Paul enjoy looking at back to back victories over Chelsea and Man Utd, reflect on the madness of both games, and are pleased as punch for Bukayo, Emile & Eddie.