Are there any good stories left? Has shitty reality TV killed narrative? Maynard asks Tim Ferguson, Jack Marx, Tony Push & Fiona Scott-Norman about the lack of good story telling on TV and at the movies. Or maybe it’s alive and well after all?
Sönke Neitzel examined the transcripts of secret recording made of German POWs in Britain. The casual, pitiless brutality in them raises issues for 21st century conflicts.
Mr Richard Fidler is the host of Conversations on ABC Radio. He is also a well known republican and all round very nice guy. Not to mention his work with The Doug Anthony All Stars, which we will. I haven’t caught up with Richard for years, so listen in.
Maynard travels from Australia to interview George Hrab backstage and candidly at The Amazing Meeting 2012 in Las Vegas. George talks about difficult issues in comedy and life as Maynard becomes nervous. Explicit language and adult concepts such as monogamy ahead.
Last weekend at pop culture expo Supanova Sydney celebrated it’s 10th birthday. I spoke with lots of fans as well as Tricia Helfer from Battlestar Galactica, but I enjoyed meeting all the fez wearing Dr Who fans the most.
Maynard presents a brief look at the second greatest musical ever (after Can’t Stop The Music) Xanadu. Maynard was lucky to interview the cast of Xanadu The Musical in Sydney. Tony Push joins Maynard to relive some philosophical moments of Madd Club history.
John C Dvorak is an interesting guy with a unique journey through the world of tech and finance. Never scared to say what he really thinks, this doesn’t always make him popular. That’s why I like him. As the co-host of No Agenda with Adam Curry he unpacks the bogative wherever it may be…
Julia Morris is charming, funny & most importantly dirty. She is about to tour Australia again with the popularity of The Celebrity Apprentice behind her. But be warned certain comments immediately after she comes offstage might get you killed. But why did she go to LA to learn how to pash? Time to meet the First…
Comedian Tim Ferguson points out why David Croft was such a good comic writer and producer. Dad’s Army, Are You Being Served & I Ain’t ‘half Hot Mum all shared one thing often lacking thesedays – jokes.