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Two idiots and their much more intelligent guests take on classic TV (mostly the Andy Griffith Show) to see the weird messages they broadcast into American homes, and assess what holds up and what caused permanent damage to the psyche of an entire generation. Join hosts Marty Schneider and Dan Ludwig as they descend into the madness of Boomer television, and occasionally break down their own childhood television addictions. New episodes bi-weekly on Thursday mornings!
 
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Bada bing, bada boom! Spurs' win at Newcastle has Barney and Dan in high spirits. They discuss the events at St. James Park, as well as the recent Newcastle United takeover, and the potential future implications of the ever-increasing foreign ownership and sportswashing in the Premier League. They also completely forget that Spurs are playing in th…
 
David Jones is a master drummer, percussionist, composer and a hell of a nice guy. David has been a monumental force on the world scene when it comes to his musical craft, he has played with some of the most recognised artists around the world and is known both internationally and of course hear in Australia, we talk to him about where it all began…
 
Like Spurs, the real Barney is back! He joins Dan as they revel in Spurs' energetically positive 2-1 win over Aston Villa. They discuss Son's talismanic role, the benefit of having Romero and Skipp back in the starting XI, the return to a much more assured 4-2-3-1 formation, and the seemingly omnipresent tiring football journalism. Barney also indu…
 
While held captive for 32 months by Somali pirates, writer and Dylan fan Michael Scott Moore had plenty of opportunity to contemplate lyrics, especially All Along The Watchtower. He was given a Bible during his captivity and discovered, in Isaiah, “the ramparts, the princes, the two horsemen and the wildcat. The whole song clicked! It’s about the f…
 
Barney has returned from his hiatus to join Dan in discussing the incredibly deflating North London Derby loss to Arsenal. They try and formulate an explanation for Nuno's bizarre game-plan, break down Harry Kane's lacklustre form, Ndombele's long-term role in the team, and give out a not-so-surprisingly-scathing round of A bit Spursy Medal votes. …
 
Welcome to our mid-season break, kinda. We're spending half the episode discussing a truly bizarre news piece about Mt. Airy, NC, and then the other half talking about an episode I've already forgotten. Also we go in hard on those punks at NPR. About time someone put them in their place. Watch the CBS News segment on Mt Airy here: https://www.youtu…
 
Dan is joined once again by Jackson as they console each other after the loss to Chelsea. They also discuss some promising changes to Nuno's staring XI, the frenetic game against Rennes, and Dan's Dad, Alan, returns to provide a special tribute to the late, great, Jimmy Greaves. A bit Spursy is a Tottenham Hotspur podcast by Barney and Dan. Follow …
 
Barney is officially MIA, so Dan is joined by a special guest, Jackson, to lament Spurs' terrible loss to Crystal Palace. They also express their frustrations with the recent international break, reminisce over high school beep tests, and look forward to Spurs bouncing back against Rennes and Chelsea. A bit Spursy is a Tottenham Hotspur podcast by …
 
Dating and relationship expert Harris "Dr. Nerdlove" O'Malley stops by to watch this awful My-Fair-Lady-pastiche redeeming one of Mayberry's most unredeemable characters - Ernest T. Bass. Marty asks important questions, Harris tries to answer them, and Dan explains why the Vietnam war was a great time to be an old dirtbag. More of Dr. Nerdlove: htt…
 
Comedy writer Daniel Radosh initiated the Twitter hashtag #BD969, celebrating every officially released Dylan song, as well as posting four Spotify playlists for The 80th Birthday: Bob Dylan For Beginners. We discuss these gems and open up the contentious topic of Dylan’s album cover art, from best to worst and everything in between. Other albums c…
 
Barney and Dan did in fact watch the second leg of the Europa Conference qualifier against Paços de Ferreira, so they kick things off there before moving on to celebrate another 1-0 win in the league over Watford. They also break down Spurs transfer business now that the Summer window has closed, and look forward to what this all means for the squa…
 
Adam Simmons is a composer a saxophonist an educator and now the editor of the Dingo Australian Jazz Journal. He stops by to talk about how the magazine came into existence, what the story behind the name is and the mission that this new and exciting publication has. Dingo Jazz has also given us access to live recordings taken from their special op…
 
Okay, yeah, we've seen enough here, John Whedon suuuuuuuuuccccckkks. And also, surprise surprise, isn't a very good writer! As in, can't write in character and can't stay consistent for an entire episode! We hate him! He's the worst! Also in this episode: Marty is comically mistaken for someone else (again), Dan explains AG's descent into authority…
 
Barney and Dan brush over the Europa Conference League opener against Paços de Ferreira (that they both didn't watch), before celebrating the second win of the season against Wolves. They discuss the pros and cons of potentially signing Adama Traore, Kane's sheepish return, Dele's delightful form, Skipp's new life as a Premier League footballer, an…
 
Barney and Dan kick off the new season in high spirits, off the back of Spurs wonderful 1–0 victory over Manchester City. They discuss and praise the excellent performances from the players, and talk about how great it is to have a Spurs team that genuinely seem to care again. They also voice their disapproval at Harry Kane's recent snake-like atti…
 
Honestly, for a show hosted by two dudes, we really don't make that many dick jokes, right? Well, that's gonna change! But beyond the ball jokes, we're also talking about Season 04, Episode 05, "Barney's Side Car" which is one of the most ridiculously militaristic/fascist scenes ever put to television, to the point where it accidentally becomes a g…
 
Jonathan Taplin, former road manager for The Band, has done it all. He set up the equipment for Dylan’s electric set at Newport in ‘65 (“the soundcheck lasted ten minutes”) and was production manager for Dylan and The Band at the Guthrie Tribute in ’68. He organised the groundbreaking Concert For Bangladesh and produced the concert and film of The …
 
Daniel Gassin is a native Melbournian that has been living n Paris for the past 8 years, he is a composer, a pianist and he also has a new recording out released in April of 2021 called "Change of Heart" with his "Crossover Band." He has kindly taken the time to talk to us about how his new recording, the inspiration behind it and also the great mu…
 
Barney and Dan return from their post-season break to discuss Kane's recent naughty behaviour, the binary nature of disagreements from Spurs fans online, new signings, and sad farewells (goodbye Erik, we will always love you). They also try and decide which kit they're most likely to buy this season, and look forward to the Premier League's impendi…
 
Pretty sure Sheriff Andy Taylor doesn't actually even like his kid and literally doesn't care if his son knows he's alive. It's a pair of absolutely demented episodes this week, where we encounter a mine rescue that could only have gone worse if Elon Musk had been alive, and learn that Andy can be a great Dad... to other children. Also, Dan reaches…
 
Ann Powers, writer and lead music critic for America’s National Public Radio, joins us from her East Nashville home to discuss gender, sexuality and “the body” in Bob Dylan’s work. Sparked off by an emotional encounter involving Joni Mitchell, Ann compares Mitchell’s work with Dylan’s and discusses other groundbreaking female artists like Roberta F…
 
Barney and Dan celebrate the appointment of Spurs' new manager, Nuno Espirito Santo. They talk about the relief from the managerial search ending, the excitement of the impending new season, and whether or not Harry Winks can win back Barney's love by getting a face tattoo and becoming the bad boy of the league. They also chat about Kane and the Eu…
 
This episode of Andy Griffith is like a shitty version of The Ring: It doesn't kill you if you watch it, it just makes you a slightly worse person. Grant from Chip & Ironicus (and other things) stops by to stare into a half-hour of pure evit with us. Tune in! Grant on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gen_Ironicus Marty on Twitter: https://twitter.com/S…
 
Barney and Dan are back to discuss Spurs' never-ending managerial search, which now seems to be firmly fixated on the Jorge Mendes family tree (or so he would have you believe). They also talk about the prominence of leaks and subsequent decline in football 'journalism', romanticised documentaries, and the impending Harry Kane media firestorm that …
 
An important change in Marty's relationship status re: birds, a cunning plan to raise aquarium attendance, and yet another baffling Andy Griffith show moral await you as we take on Season 4, Episode 11, "Citizen's Arrest!" Marty on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SchneidRemarks Dan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/theludds SUPPORT BREAKING MAYBERRY ON …
 
Barney & Dan are back after taking a couple of weeks off during Melbourne's recent lockdown. They discuss the impending arrival of Spurs' new Director of Football, Fabio Paratici, as well as the new manager search, including the near misses of Antonio Conte and 'Daddy' Pochettino. Dan's excited that Spurs may be managed by Paulo Fonseca (a man who …
 
Journalist Richard Williams joins us to talk Dylan and to surf “the waves of his career”, from Freewheelin’ (“one revelation after another”) to Murder Most Foul (“I was astonished by it. The level of detail. It’s like a John Coltrane quartet.”). Richard reminds us of “one of the great things I learned from Dylan: if you don’t understand something, …
 
The world is opening up, and we're reinventing ourselves! As the kinds of guys who cancel plans! We're doing a double-header of the meanest and dumbest of AG episodes! Join us and scream about Barney's unhealthy relationship with his landlord! Learn where Loud White People were invented! Eat delicious Werther's originals! Marty on Twitter: https://…
 
So that was the season that was... or wasn't... well either way, Barney and Dan are back to wrap up the 20/21 campaign. They discuss the highs at Leicester, lows at Villa, fantasise about a possible Bergwijn & Levy 'All or Nothing' spin-off sitcom, break down the transfer shots fired by Kane & Co, revisit the club's new manager shortlist, and most …
 
Barney and Dan try to talk about our win against Wolves but get very distracted by all the 'associated news'. They end up breaking down the recent protests, Sty (Sky) Sports reporting, Harry Kane transfer rumours, and at one point Dan makes a comparison to the bipartisan US political system — very highbrow stuff! Oh and this time, Dan had to sing… …
 
Music and political journalist John Harris joins us just before Bob Dylan’s 80th birthday to celebrate the man with “the wink and the nod and the little impish skip” as well as the man who gives us “the solace of emptiness”. Mr Harris is not afraid to go against the grain: “”Love And Theft” is as good as Highway 61 or Blood On The Tracks”. As for J…
 
Funnyman and story guy Neil P. Bardhan stops by to talk about report cards and online dating. In Season 4, Episode 8, some bullshit happens with Opie's grades and we all get a lesson in how your loved ones can often overlook clear signs of depression! Fun shit! Neil on Twitter: Neil P. Bardhan (@NeilPBardhan) / Twitter Neil's Consulting Service: Ba…
 
Well, that Leeds game stunk. This week Barney and Dan find internal peace via rants about our bacteria-filled squad, VAR's continued shortcomings, standing up for Gio, and the open fire roast of Eric Dier. They also introduce what might be the most prestigious accolade in world football, the much-anticipated 'A bit Spursy Medal'. Oh and Barney had …
 
"It is possible to fly without motors, but not without knowledge and skill." Wilbur Wright's quote was proved to be unequivocally correct by the 'ageing' Gareth Bale over the weekend, and as such, Barney and Dan salivate over his performance against Sheffield for the majority of this episode. They also struggle to come to terms with Fleck's petulan…
 
The Dulux Dog is still right! No cup and no Nagelsmann makes Barney a grumpy boy. He and Dan are joined by special guest, Madi, as they discuss the Super League collapse (13.57), Madi’s José fandom (21.59), the Southampton rebound (31.02), Carabao Cup heartbreak (40.50), and what’s next on Spurs’ murky managerial horizon (1:19.15). Madi also shares…
 
John Scurry is a guitarist, a composers and and painter living in Melbourne. He has a new recording out with his Band "Reverse Swing” called "Early Risers" out on Lionshare Records. He sits down and talks to us about how he got this band together, the process he takes to write this music and also what he uses for inspiration when writing this music…
 
We finally did it, we finally went full Marxist on the Andy Griffith Show. We didn't MEAN to do it but it was bound to happen eventually. Also in this episode, Marty is an unwilling participant in childhood trauma, and everyone sadly waves to a bunch of money. Marty on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SchneidRemarks Dan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/…
 
José is out, João is out, and Spurs might be out? (But Danny Rose is back, baby!) Dan and Barney have Chelsea fan Tim back on the pod to dissect the firing of José Mourinho (3.59), temporary hiring of Ryan Mason in time for a Carabao Cup resurgence (29.18), and the cataclysmic money-grab that is the European Super League (40.55). Oh, and they also …
 
Nashville musician Charlie McCoy’s Dylan-related achievements include those distinctive guitar licks on Desolation Row, that blues harmonica on Obviously Five Believers (a rare example of another person playing harp on a Dylan session) and the inventive bass lines on John Wesley Harding, Nashville Skyline and Self Portrait. His motto: “Say yes - an…
 
Barney and Dan are joined by their Manchester United supporting friend, Rob, to break down what was another disappointing game for Spurs. They discuss the rising incidents of racism and abuse in football, the inconsistencies of VAR, and comfort each other's Mourinho-induced trauma. Rob also shares his story about the time he met Premier League lege…
 
Look, everything happens so damn much all the the time these days. I mean, we talk about goddamn Shrimp Guy in this episode and like, you don't care about Shrimp Guy anymore. That was barely a blip on the cultural landscape. But when we recorded this, that was relevant. In this episode, we meet the Darlings again. And also Darkseid. Marty sings in …
 
MEATSHELL are an Australian experimental-folk duo duo that are from Melbourne originally from Brisbane, they have a new recording out Called "Since Subito" on Earshift records. MEATSHELL are made up of Helen Svoboda on bass/vocal and Andrew Saragossi on tenor saxophone. In this interview they explain how they have developed their minimalist sound a…
 
Yikes! Barney and Dan discuss the fallout from the draw at Newcastle including Jose’s comments, the current lack of identity at the club, and where we all head to from here. They also cover off-field player well-being, and the waking nightmare that is the Europa Conference League. A bit Spursy is a Tottenham Hotspur podcast by Barney and Dan. Follo…
 
Barney and Dan didn't know what to do with themselves due to the lack of club football over the international break, so they decided to poll Spurs fans to help create the Spurs 'Team of the Century' (2000/01 season onwards). Almost 2,500 votes later and the results are in! Barney also dusts off his tin foil hat and dives into the various media cons…
 
The Ghouls Next Door make an appearance to talk about monsters, houses, and Monster House. We dissect the haunted urban legends of our childhood, find the manliest men we can, and Marty fails miserably to get a single question asked. Also we talk about Andy Griffith Show Season 4, Episode 5 "The Haunted House" Listen to Gabe and Kat at: https://www…
 
Nat Bartsch is one of the busiest ladies in Australian music at the moment, she is a jazz piano player, a jazz and classical composer, a mother and has also landed the gig for the Play-school show touring in Victoria for 2021 and she is our special guest on this episode of the Australian Jazz and Groove podcast. We will also hear new music from Ade…
 
Dan and Barney are back for a very special episode featuring living Spurs encyclopaedia and 60-year fan, Dan’s dad, Alan. Together they discuss clearing out the deadwood in the aftermath of the youthful and energetic Villa game, whilst also taking a trip down memory lane to reflect on what it's like to be a long-term Spurs fan (and what this means …
 
Musician and writer Michael Simmons has written dozens of Dylan cover pieces for MOJO magazine, as well as incisive liner notes for Another Self Portrait and Bob Dylan 1970. “I remember where I was when Kennedy was assassinated and I remember the exact moment I heard Like A Rolling Stone. It sounded like freedom.” He praises Bob as both “a revoluti…
 
Barney and Dan invite Chelsea fan Tim on to the pod, hoping to celebrate Spurs’ emphatic victory in Zagreb, and Chelsea getting dumped out of Europe by Atlético Madrid… the opposite happened, but we still had Tim on anyway as we sifted through what was a very messy week for Spurs. A bit Spursy is a Tottenham Hotspur podcast by Barney and Dan. Follo…
 
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