• Sunday Afternoon Fever 23.8.1993 – Mrs Sinatra at home

    If there was ever a relaxed episode of Sunday Afternoon Fever, this was it. I was back from 3 weeks holiday and the show features Mrs Sinatra and myself lazying by the pool at Caesars Palace. It’s the first time Asshole is played on air. The Doug Anthony All Stars speak from their Scottish hotel…

    Maynard Breakfast Triple J Feb 1989

    Experience the daggy and uncool world of Maynard on weekend breakfast Triple J. This is from Sunday 19.2.1989 & Saturday 25.2.1989. Thanks to all at Triple J especially my producer and rare newsreader Chris Norris. This is just silly.

    Shonen Knife tour Australia 2015

    Naoko Yamano, singer from Shonen Knife (Boy Knife) speaks to us from Tokyo on their upcoming Australian tour and their new album Overdrive. The band formed in 1981 and is more popular across the world than at home in Japan. Shonen Knife are always fun live with a raw, yet cute sound that makes them…

    Danger 5 return to save us from Hitler

    Danger 5 returns for a second season. It’s the bongo playing, dogs dancing, Nazis in space, Pterodactyl riding, quadruple flame throwing chainsaw wielding, head exploding show that you can’t miss. David Ashby is “Jackson” and the co creator, Maynard asked him some ill informed questions and against legal advice he answered them.

    Finding Ecstasy with Norman Fox

    Norman Fox (that’s him the young together one on the right) has written a coming-of-age novel (Finding Ecstasy) against the backdrop of the late 80s Hordern Pavillion dance parties. He was there and lived it. We took a walk around the Hordern today while sharing some stories and flat out gossip. Join us in your…

    Bunga Bunga 10 Tim Ferguson and Maynard

    Tim Ferguson & Maynard solve your problems and create more for themselves. Tim has something to say about the ABC cuts and the Pope. Maynard reads a book and has flashbacks again. Tim admits he doesn’t miss dancing. Group sex with Ann-Margaret.

    Mr Molly Meldrum meets Maynard (again)

    Molly Meldrum was a popular boy at The Bookshop, Darlinghurst when he made an appearance to sign his biography “The um Neverending Story”. He also announced plans to produce a musical about Che Guevara & hinted at romantic involvement with Jana Wendt. It’s the iconic and never boring Mr Ian “Molly” Meldrum.

    Bunga Bunga 9 Tim Ferguson & Maynard

    The power of the Bunga Bunga is strong in this one. Tim Ferguson gives Australian politics a piece of his mind. Maynard can’t spare any of his and asks Tim about Jesus. A Skeptic drops by. Can you pick the accent of our waitress at the Cafe Frou Frou? The show in search of a…

    John Waters interview July 1990

    John Waters talks about his likes, dislikes and his deep hatred of sport. The movie Cry Baby had been released and he was as charming and witty as always. His new book Carsick is about him hitchhiking across the USA. You could do worse than getting stuck in a small space with him.

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