Travel to 3rd October 1993 as Kim Wilde joins the show to take questions from the audience. Also hear Mrs Sinatra, Lance & The Hollywood Kids, Crappy New Releases & Yeah Yeah’s in studio. The day after Sleaze Ball 1993. What a show!
Maynard and Tim Ferguson attempt a 2nd episode of the show that should never be. Tim gives his right of reply to the Federal budget, Maynard describes his letterbox & we play some more Lorne Greene. It’s the opposite of compelling.
Richard Saunders, skeptic and upstanding citizen, takes a tour of Maynard International Studios. He doesn’t quite get it, but chooses at random some music and tapes for us all.
All three of us look surprised to be on the first episode of Bunga Bunga. Maynard brings the shonky music, Tim Ferguson brings a shonky theory about candida infection at The Edinburgh Festival. Skeptical Richard Saunders is guest.
Every Friday DJ Sveta had a great dance music based breakfast show on 2SER-FM in Sydney. Maynard joined up with her from 1995 till 2001 and the show never recovered. This show from 1996 brings you the mismatched antics of Maynard and DJ Sveta. Featuring new tracks from Tori Amos and Engelbert Humperdinck
An Easter treat for Planet Maynard listeners. We cross live to a 2 hour slice of the Madd Club doing their thing in Glebe last Sunday afternoon. Swoon to the sound of Sunday Afternoon Fever. Maybe in the entire 2 hours you’ll hear 1 song you like.
Adrian Edmondson of Young Ones, Bottom, celebrity champion cook and historical documentary host is touring Australia. With his band The Bad Shepards he’s bringing the celtic punk sound our way. Just Go, it’s great.
The Record Crate in Glebe, this Sunday afternoon is the place to be for Maynard style lounge sounds with guests Geoff The Shopkeeper and Tony Push. Tony came to see how my work is going on the Maynard archives at Maynard International Studios.
Two shows in 1 this time! Maynard visits some of his favourite Japanese music from his archives. On the way the big news of a Madd Club reunion gig and a live show interviewing Tim Ferguson broke in.