Maynard & Tim Ferguson take their Bunga Bunga podcast to Supanova Sydney 2016. They want to see the colour, costumes and FANS that make it a wild day out. AND they tackle the Burning Social Issue; Rebels or Empire?
Maynard & Tim Ferguson take their Bunga Bunga podcast to Supanova Sydney 2016. They want to see the colour, costumes and FANS that make it a wild day out. AND they tackle that Burning Social Issue; Rebels or Empire?
Listen to the longer audio podcast Bunga Bunga 30
Camera & Production: Richard Saunders
William Shatner (Barbary Coast), Richard Hatch (Battlestar Galacticia) and many other sci-fi notables came to Sydney in 2000 for a convention in the Sydney Entertainment Centre. The first press conference had some wacky questions, but this time not from me.
This is from my Rewind show on Channel V, Foxtel that was a weekly retro music show every Friday & Saturday night.
Check out that WTF look on the Shatsters’s face…
Bunga Bunga 29 finds Tim Ferguson & Maynard deep in thought and lentil burgers at the Madame Frou Frou cafe. This show has them debating a new national tune while Tim reveals he has no idea who Dita von Teese is.
Our Burning Social Issue gets you naked as Tim discovers the historical roots of the Greens party, and won’t let you forget it (hint; lederhosen).
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Jeff Duff has been on the Australian and UK music scene causing a stir since the 1970s. Jeff foolishly invited Maynard to visit his funky Elizabeth Bay pad in Sydney to hear first hand, stories from his book This Will Explain Everything. Rude bits aplenty.
This fan site about Jeff Duff will explain anything his book may have missed.
Here is Jeff’s Walk on the Wildside with Bowie’s makeup artist.
The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain explore similarities in My Way & Life On Mars.