It's National League Finals weekend and Tim Fuell and Dave Anderson speak with Notts County boss Neal Ardley on potentially taking the fantastically supported side back to The Football League at the first attempt if they can beat Harrogate Town on Sunday at Wembley.
Neil Sorvel Assistant Manager at Altrincham is confident but not disrespectful of the challenge his side face going to Boston United in the National North final and on a 5 game winning streak that confidence is well-placed.
In the National South final Weymouth host Dartford and Terras boss Mark Molesley knows his counterpart Steve King will be ready for a match that could see either side become the surprise promotees from the division.
Plus David Richardson is on hand with the Non League Paper round-up including a league start mooted for October.
As the National League play-offs reach the semi-finals Tim Fuell and Dave Anderson speak to two managers who steered their sides to second in their division and now need to secure promotion with two more wins
First up Harrogate Town's Simon Weaver, who is laid back, chilled and prepared for the visit of Boreham Wood this Saturday as both sides look to take a further step towards the Football League.
Next, Paul Doswell manager at Havant & Waterlooville with his thoughts on the game ahead and the problems yet to come. Critical of the lack of extra time in these vital games, he also knows by the time matchday comes around he will have done all he can to inspire his side to victory against Steve King's Dartford.
With last weekend's eliminator play-offs and this weekend's semi-finals it was already set to be a busy week in non league but add to that the FAs announcements on FA Cup, FA Trophy and FA Vase competitions for next season and tentative league starts and ends plus the league...
As competitive non league football returns, Tim Fuell catches up with two clubs in this weekend's National League eliminator play-offs. First up Darren Currie whose Barnet were one of the in-form teams pre-lockdown and qualified for the play-offs on Points Per Game. He's excited to get back to the football doing the talking and his side's trip to Yeovil this Saturday.
The first competitive non league game post-lockdown will see Boreham Wood host Halifax Town on Friday evening. Chairman Danny Hunter, is no stranger to the references to the fairy-tale story of his club but with the tie also falling on his birthday could this be the year?
Rounding off the show with the week's news and previewing this weekend's paper is David Richardson the Senior Writer at The Non League Paper.