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It's the trans-global satiricast that leaves no hot potato unbuttered. Andy Zaltzman breaks down the news with comedians from across the world including Alice Fraser, Hari Kondabolu, Chris Addison, John Oliver, Nish Kumar, Tiff Stevenson and Helen Zaltzman. Hear our new show, The Ashes Urncast: http://pod.link/Urncast Follow us on YouTube. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
From the makers of The Bugle, this is a weekly show that skips the news pages and takes a sideways glance at the nonsense contained within the culture, celebrity, tech, science and advice sections of the news. Alice Fraser is joined every show by two great comics from across the globe, bringing 30 minutes of smart satire alongside juvenile nonsense! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A comedy podcast about things that are actually sad. Alice Fraser brings you a series of three solo stand-up shows, that explore the boundary between comedy and tragedy. You’ll meet her family, her foes and the extremely strange community she grew up in. Each show is in two acts, it will make more sense if you choose Act 1 first.
 
A daily satirical news fantasy. From the comedy team behind The Bugle. Imagine a world just like this one where a man called Trump still runs the free world, where Brexit continues to rage on and climate change continues to simultaneously burn, melt and pour on things. Imagine this world also has podcasts and there is a satirical show that speaks truth to power, but this one is hosted by Alice Fraser, and it's released daily. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Pure, silly, improv. Kyran Wheatley and his celebrity guest see just how badly they go doing one of the more difficult weekly quizzes from the weekend paper - with the trusty assistance of the assembled brains trust (the best improv comedians in Melbourne deep, deep in character). If you like impro, this is some of Australia's best. Play along by buying our favourite paper, The Saturday Paper, from here: https://www.thesaturdaypaper.com.au All eps recorded at Comedy Republic in the heart of ...
 
Ever wonder how an artistic high point is reached in a creative career? Music and culture journalist Jane Rocca speaks with artists about how they came to create some of their best work. It need not be their most well known or popular work but it is the artists' choice. If you're enjoying the show please tell a friend, leave a review on Apple Podcasts and share a link to the podcast on your socials.
 
Travel broadens the mind. Naz disagrees. As a stand-up comedian he spends a lot of his life on the road and for him, travel sucks. Delays, terrible food, strange beds, hotel neighbours ‘getting to know each other’ are just some of the pitfalls that make him want to stay at home. Together with fellow stand-ups from Australia, and elsewhere, he’ll convince you on this ABC Radio Comedy podcast to burn your passport and stay the hell at home.
 
Comedian and writer Mitch Benn is joined by celebrity guests to discuss ways of staying sane and positive while we're all Confined to Barracks. Listen to their recommendations - a book; a TV show or movie; a podcast and - perhaps most importantly - something we can do or learn to make our own, or indeed other people's, lives better. To support Mitch Benn for as little as $1 a month, and get access to exclusive content, go to www.patreon.com/mitchbenn
 
What makes a stand up comedian tick? How do they handle heckles and bad gigs? Are they brave or just mal adjusted individuals? And what makes them want to do this impossible job in the first place? Join Nathan Cassidy, stand up comedian and BA Sci in Psychology – a first from Bristol University – as he delves into the dark recesses of the comedian’s psyche in Psycomedy. Psycomedy has charted in India, Iceland, Macau, Singapore, Mongolia, France, Ireland, the UK, and was briefly number one in ...
 
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Global Pillage is a brand new comedy panel show podcast all about idiom, culture, customs and norms. What do the Japanese mean when they accuse someone of "having a cat on their head"? What do your friends make you do if you're unmarried by thirty in Germany? What did the acronym NORWICH mean (the equivalent of sexting jargon) if sent between World War Two sweethearts? All the oddness of humanity is explored in this hilarious new show where TWO TEAMS OF COMEDIANS take on the HIVE MIND OF THE ...
 
Cathy and Rachel Mason are sisters who have worked together for decades despite their explosive relationship. They speak to other siblings in the entertainment industry and beyond about the dynamic of their guests' relationship to try to work out where the Mason sisters are going wrong. Funny, emotional, and plenty of regressing to childhood roles, the Masons explore all aspects of the unique relationship of the sibling. Download transcripts of all episodes here https://littlewander.co.uk/li ...
 
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This week comedian Alice Fraser as train driver Bondelle returns (Michelle Brasier) with Every Butler From Every Period Drama, "Buttle" (AJ Lamarque) Hosted by Kyran Wheatley. Top Scores: * Matt Stewart 10/10 * Tim Hewitt 10/10 Bottom Scores: * Tom Cardy 2/10 * Lizzy Hoo 2/10 * Alex Ward 2/10 Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/wax-quizzic…
 
🤑 CHIP IN TO OUR PATREON https://www.patreon.com/ARationalFear 📨 SUBSCRIBE TO OUR EMAIL LIST: http://www.arationalfear.com/ 🎟️ SEE OUR LIVE SHOW: https://comedy.com.au/tour/a-rational-fear-live/ 10 Years Of A Rational Fear. Sydney Opera House. June 4th 2022 ----------------------------------------------------- G'day Fearmongers, Thrilled to bring y…
 
Cinematographer Eric Koretz and our host Illya Friedman have known each other a long time, going back to when Eric blogged about the latest camera gear. Since then, Eric has become a very successful DP. His current work can be seen on the last and final season of the Netflix series, Ozark. Eric shot 4 episodes of the last half of the final season, …
 
We meet two Australian women making waves in film & TV to hear about their personal experiences in the industry....Chloe Rickard - Partner, COO and Executive Producer at Jungle Entertainment who are behind some of our most high-profile shows including No Activity, The Moodys and Wakefield; and Sophie Hyde - director of the feature films Animals, 52…
 
How often does a political artwork fall into the national spotlight during a federal election? Hear from Archibald portrait prize winner Blak Douglas.Plus, an Italian art exhibition that puts NFT juggernaut Beeple alongside European masters and Australia's Richard Bell.And enter the studio of weaver, printmaker and textile artist Ema Shin.…
 
When Yorta Yorta/Gunaikurnai theatre-maker Andrea James quit her job as a legal secretary to pursue a career in the arts, it was because she saw the theatre as 'a place where truth gets told.' She is now one of our most celebrated playwrights and directors. Also, we hear a scene from A Letter for Molly, the debut play from Brittanie Shipway at the …
 
🤑 CHIP IN TO OUR PATREON https://www.patreon.com/ARationalFear 📨 SUBSCRIBE TO OUR EMAIL LIST: http://www.arationalfear.com/ 🎟️ SEE OUR LIVE SHOW: https://comedy.com.au/tour/a-rational-fear-live/ G'day Fearmongers, This is the 2nd last JZAC — and it's a good one. JZ has a conversation with Independent Candidate for Hume, Penny Ackery. There is a fee…
 
Here Goes Nothing is the last in what Steve Toltz calls his trilogy of fear which began with A Fraction of the Whole. This latest book is narrated by a ghost who discovers there is an afterlife hierarchy and he is at the bottom. Also, Irish writer Audrey Magee on her second novel The Colony which is colonisation in microcosm and Toni Jordan's sixth…
 
🤑 CHIP IN TO OUR PATREON https://www.patreon.com/ARationalFear 📨 SUBSCRIBE TO OUR EMAIL LIST: http://www.arationalfear.com/ 🎟️ SEE OUR LIVE SHOW: https://comedy.com.au/tour/a-rational-fear-live/ Jan Fran Has Issues…with Climate Change. We speak to Alex Dyson - an Independent candidate for Wannon and former triple j breakfast choon lord, and Anjali …
 
This week Ben and Bev discuss the #WrongAsianing of Labor candidate for Reid, Sally Sitou, why these incidents cut deep and wonder why apologies can be so hard to come by when they happen.We shove Whovians Rhianna Patrick and Ahmed Yussuf into a Tardis for their take on the news that Sex Education’s super charismatic Ncuti Gatwa will be Dr Who’s 14…
 
Sami Shah and debutant Craig Quartermaine join host Alice Fraser for episode 61 of The Gargle, the weekly topical comedy podcast from The Bugle - with no politics! 🥪 Wild boar cause picnic ban ✝️ Pope to enter Metaverse? 😤 Cocaine seized in Nespresso factory 💪 Penis attached to arm 🧛🏻‍♀️ Celebrity vampire blood 🤷‍♂️ Reviews Produced by Ped Hunter a…
 
Director Leah Purcell and actor Rob Collins on The Drover's Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson, Purcell's powerful post-colonial revision of a short story by Henry Lawson, which in her hands becomes a mesmerising outback western presented through a feminist, First Nations lens. Plus, Jonathan Alley tells us how he wove his admiration for cult band T…
 
Cinematographer Greg Middleton's intention in his work is never to make viewers think, “Oh wow, cool shot!” He wants them to be able to experience the movies or television series he shoots without drawing attention to the cinematography or lighting. For him, the art of cinematography is about making illusions, and convincing audiences that they are…
 
Greetings from the 22nd La Biennale di Venezia, in Italy!The Venice Biennale is known as the Olympics of the art world, complete with golden awards, stunning achievement and sometimes, disappointment. This year has seen more female artists, Black artists and minority cultures representing national pavilions than even before. Take a tour with Daniel…
 
This week winner of Best Newcomer at the 2021 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Charlie Lewin is here with Rebecca Merkin (Best Newcomer 2022 Frankie McNair) and Sherlock Holmes 2000, a Sherlock Holmes reincarnation for the "new generation" (Tosh Greenslade) Hosted by Kyran Wheatley. Top Scores: * Matt Stewart 10/10 * Tim Hewitt 10/10 Bottom …
 
Geraldine Turner has been a mainstay of the stage since the 1970s, featuring in the Australian premieres of Chicago, A Little Night Music, Into the Woods and more. Now she's written a memoir, Turner's Turn, about her performing life and a very painful personal life.Also, the cast of Bob Dylan musical Girl from the North Country perform for us and w…
 
🤑 CHIP INTO OUR PATREON https://www.patreon.com/ARationalFear 📨 SUBSCRIBE TO OUR EMAIL LIST: http://www.arationalfear.com/ 🎟️ SEE OUR LIVE SHOW: https://comedy.com.au/tour/a-rational-fear-live/ Jan Fran Has Issues…with Housing Affordability. On the week that mortgages across the country took a hike, we speak to Greens leader Adam Bandt about how to…
 
This week it’s all about curry, capes and … sex clubs.The PM’s social media obsession with posting his curries hit new highs of engagement when the internet noticed the chicken in his questionably-garnished korma was also questionably cooked. Is the curry discourse a distraction, or can we talk about curry and scrutinise the campaign at the same ti…
 
Alison Spittle and James Nokise join host Alice Fraser for episode 60 of The Gargle, the weekly topical comedy podcast from The Bugle - with no politics! 🦆 Duck detective 🙈 Ape NFTs stolen 💏 Fictosexual love 🍟 1950s McDonald's fries found 🧻 Reviews Produced by Ped Hunter and Chris Skinner. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
British actor Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey, Paddington) talks about playing the writer Roald Dahl in the new film To Olivia, set in the late 1950s, early 1960s, a period when he was married to American actor Patricia Neale and the couple lost their young child to measles. Plus, African American Italian director Jonas Carpignano on To Chiara, whic…
 
It's been a busy few months and we finally bring you our interviews with four directors of documentaries and shorts from Sundance 2022.To The End is director and cinematographer Rachel Lears' follow up to her 2019 documentary, Knock Down the House. It once again follows representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and three women environmental activists…
 
Andy is with Nato Green and Helen Zaltzman to talk prostate exams, sex crazed politicians in the US and UK and Slovenia, where there's some mildly good news. FIGHT THE POWER, VOTE BUGLE... Support us via our website with a regular or one off donation Buy a loved one Bugle Merch Follow us on YouTube or Insta and see parts of this show with actual vi…
 
What do artists think about when making huge public art? Lindy Lee is making the most expensive work commissioned by the NGA, and Judy Watson's bara will grace Sydney's harbour with a giant Gadigal fish hook.Then, the US art lab addressing the problem of confederate monuments to racist causes... and Indigenous artists Julie Gough, Nicholas Galanin …
 
This week winner of Most Outstanding Show at the 2022 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Rhys Nicholson (also Kyran's fiancé) is here with Michelle Brasier's Mum Ellen (Michelle Brasier) and Big Boy Rhys Nicholson (Ben Russell) - no relation.. Hosted by Kyran Wheatley. Top Scores: * Matt Stewart 10/10 * Tim Hewitt 10/10 Bottom Scores: * Tom Ca…
 
Richard Wagner's epic fantasy opera Lohengrin is a fairy-tale romance, but a disconcerting German nationalism lurks beneath its surface. French director Olivier Py confronts the opera's complexities head on in his upcoming production for Opera Australia.Also, we trace the influence of theatre practitioner Konstantin Stanislavski and his impact on m…
 
We meet some of the most remarkable mothers in recent fiction, with authors including Dawn French, Douglas Stuart, Anne Enright, Lisa Taddeo, Larissa Behrendt and Alice Pung. These literary mums can be loving, neglectful and sometimes cruel – and they often reveal something about the author’s own relationship with their mother or children. Other fe…
 
🤑 CHIP IN TO OUR PATREON https://www.patreon.com/ARationalFear 📨 SUBSCRIBE TO OUR EMAIL LIST: http://www.arationalfear.com/ 🎟️ SEE OUR LIVE SHOW: https://comedy.com.au/tour/a-rational-fear-live/ Jan Fran Has Issues…with Foreign Affairs. China is making new friends with our Pacific neighbours, should we be worried? Former Prime Minister and huge Chi…
 
This week, BW and BL writhe their way through their feelings about the world’s richest man’s moves to buy twitter.BL shares his bulging dossier documenting the rise of full frontal male nudity on television, and what to make of it. Meanwhile in Australia, Jimmy Rees, formerly known as Jimmy Giggle, discusses exploring Australian history via the wor…
 
Tom Neenan and James Colley join host Alice Fraser for episode 59 of The Gargle, the weekly topical comedy podcast - with no politics! 🥢 Electric salty chopsticks 🚽 Phone-in-toilet rescue 🌼 Kids might eat daffodils 🎙 Old comedy ✈️ Aeroplane noise complaints 🌱 Reviews Produced by Ped Hunter and Chris Skinner. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op…
 
Two interviews with directors who have made films about families, parenting and memory…...you’ll meet Korean-American writer director and film critic Kogonada, who talks about his mysterious, gentle sci-fi film After Yang, set in a near future society where androids can be bought as companions. Plus, French filmmaker Céline Sciamma , who’s new film…
 
Cinematographer Eliot Rockett is a frequent collaborator with Ti West, who is a well known director/writer/editor for horror fans. West and Eliot's latest film, X, is a classic slasher/horror movie set in 1979, at the time when the popularity of porn movies and slasher films were at their height. With X, West decided to write an erotic horror film …
 
Rebecca Belmore is one of Canada's most important artists and is now having her first Australian solo show.Plus, visit Sally Smart's studio, inspired by one of the most influential dance companies of the twentieth century.And Yuki Kihara's Venice Biennale entry Paradise Camp, where the artist reimagines tropes used by Paul Gauguin and Samoan touris…
 
This week comedian David O'Doherty is here with the makers of big and small things Monique of France and Becky of the UK (Annie and Lena) on the brains trust to reach for the highest score they can. Hosted by Kyran Wheatley. The Leaderboard: * Matt Stewart 10/10 * Tim Hewitt 10/10 * Lloyd Langford 8.5/10 * Lou Wall 8.5/10 * Carl Donnelly 8/10 * Iva…
 
Red Stitch Actors' Theatre has just 80 seats, but the company is acclaimed for their bold programming of the buzziest new work from abroad and for developing new Australian plays. Now in its 21st year, we meet their artistic director Ella Caldwell.Also, Kaitlin Tinker summons the strength of Alien heroine Ellen Ripley in her play about pregnancy an…
 
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