Easing slowly into pre-season with guests John Sinclair and Simon Catto as we look at what's gone on in the SPFL in the last few months, the impact on the club of the new footballing reality and how we try to mitigate that, and we try to suppress our delight at the return of one Jonny Hayes.
On the 40th anniversary of one of the great come-from-behind title wins we look back to a season that went from losing cup finals and dissent written on the walls of Pittodrie, to delirium in the sunshine of Easter Road.
We're joined by a member of that title-winning squad, and latterly Dons Assistant Manager, Willie Garner; the man who has written the definitive account of the Fergie years at Pittodrie, Michael Grant; and someone who followed the side all over Scotland that season, David Innes.
There's usually a lag between recording these and getting them out. Can be just a few hours, can be a day or two. Sometimes elements get overtaken by events, with the enormity of what's been happening pretty much the whole context of this show was overtaken. However, we had great guests in Paul Harper and Terry McDermott so, in addition to some chat about some football matches that were either rendered virtually irrelevant by today's SPFL vote, or will never now happen, they share what they've picked up from their time watching the MLS and what the Dons could try to introduce over here.
In the absence of live football, we're pulling in some of our brilliant guests to look back at some memorable Dons' seasons of the past. They won't all be trophy-laden affairs, and this one certainly wasn't.
With Cameron Hobbs and Mark Elrick we untangle the many conflicting feels around Ebbe Skovdahls's first shambolic, yet well-remembered season in charge.
A short, sharp burst of Dons themed frustration for you this week as the great goal famine of 2020 enters another week. We're joined by JJ Bull to review two deflating Pittodrie encounters over the last seven days and wonder if the next pair of games, might, just might, see us find the net.
As we finally get rid of bastard January, is that also a chink of light in the footballing sky? A streetwise performance at Ibrox, and a new Latin American signing both threaten to bring a hint of sunshine to break up the gloom.
We're joined by both Michael Grant and Andrew Southwick for the main show, while we also get a scouting report on our new big money (?) signing Ronald Hernández from Norwegian football expert Ben Wells.