Listen below from 4pm AEST to the seventh episode of club podcast Working Through It, hosted by Essendon greats James Hird and Jobe Watson and CEO Xavier Campbell.
Joining the trio on today's show will be legendary sports broadcaster Bruce McAvaney and Bombers assistant coach Blake Caracella.
Justifiably called 'The Master Sportcaster', McAvaney has covered almost every sport and major event including horse racing, athletics, AFL, motor racing, tennis, golf, the Olympics and Commonwealth Games.
A trusted voice of Australian sport for three decades, he was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in 2002 for his service to sports broadcasting and the community.
McAvaney will join the show to reveal the best footballer he's ever seen, give insights into how he'll call footy without no crowds, share tips on overcoming adversity, and choose the winner of Dons Digital's Your Call from Home series - a seven-week competition inviting Bombers supporters to submit their commentary for mighty moments.
A popular member of the Bombers' 2000 premiership team, Caracella returned to Essendon at the end of the 2019 season as an assistant coach.
His decorated career spanned 187 games at Essendon, Collingwood and Brisbane before he embarked on his coaching career.
The 43-year-old served as an assistant coach at the Magpies in 2007, before a seven-year stint at Geelong (part of 2011 premiership) and three-year stint at Richmond (part of 2017 and 2019 premierships).
This season marks Caracella's first as a coach at Essendon, where he'll oversee the midfield and attack.
He'll join the show to talk about the Bombers' return to training and preparation for the resumption of the season.
To join the conversation, call 1300 652 927, text 0416 90 50 52 or tweet using the hashtag #4X5Pod.
A replay will be available on essendonfc.com.au following the show.
Streamed live every Wednesday at 4pm AEST on essendonfc.com.au, the podcast aims to bring the Bombers family together and keep members and fans feeling connected to the club during the AFL lockdown due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Fans will have the chance to ring in and talk directly to the hosts, ask questions about the past, present and future, and also share their stories, challenges, fears, hopes and dreams for our great club.