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This week’s episode wasn’t all fun and games as my new business partner, Nick Pederson, came into the studio to make business decisions. Nick and I teamed up to disrupt the huge industry of University Shuttle Bus Timetabling and Nick was so impressed with me during the interview he promised me 100% of profits from our new lucrative app. When not making big corporate decisions Nick and Jamie discussed their shared love of comedy podcasts. We also explored how Nick’s employment with a not-for-profit company made him revaluate his university studies and career goals. Nick also explains how his parents were accepting of his desires to get into the start-up industry thanks to their past business of squash court ownership. Lastly Nick, a self-confessed modern-pentathlon expert, and I try to come up with an even better and more varied sport for the Olympics.
Hosted by Daniel Wotherspoon and Ant Bruce
On DnA this week we discuss disabled bathroom etiquette and how safety houses (remember that yellow triangle, smiley face sticker on some houses when you were a kid?) can be used with Pokemon GO. The show finishes up with some of the week’s news headlines. Enjoy!
This week I was joined in the studio by Paul Waxman. Luckily when we sat down in the studio we got off on a better foot then the first time I met him the week before when I was grump. Paul hosts the show before me on Radio Monash. Paul, I learnt, despite initially having little interest in English became very passionate in his final year of high school thanks to the impact of a tutor. His interest led him to start a Bachelor of Journalism and Arts majoring in Film and Television studies. Outside of his studies Paul has a serious addiction to vinyl forking over a small fortune for a pretty serious collection. If you enjoyed my interview with Paul, have a listen to his show “From Start to Finish” every Friday at 3pm.
Remarkably unprepared I walked into the Beaumaris Theatre having not so much as googled the synopsis of “Avenue Q”. Billed as a twisted version of Sesame Street for adults, the show takes place in a street of the same name in which puppets, monsters and humans live together in harmony, more or less. Our central character Princeton, played by the incredible Josh Pratt, arrives on the street having recently completed his BA in English and at a point of cross-roads in his life unsure of where his life will take him. “Avenue Q” explores the life of your typical 20-something graduate entering the real world, a first look at real adulthood, navigating love, money and finding a purpose in life. The musical teaches us that sometimes life sucks, through plenty of painfully relatable misfortunes presented as humorous musical acts, puppetry and a hilarious script. Read more …
This weeks show sees the boys go in depth with Pokemon Go and Super Smash Brothers, as well as discussing the recent drop from Frank Ocean, a classic review of 50 Cent’s “Get Rich or Die Tryin”, and plenty more!
Hosted by Daniel Wotherspoon and Ant Bruce
Join Dub n Ant to kick off Season 2 of DnA with a Post-Japan Special. We’ll be talking about the best aspects of our recent trip to Japan. Also included is a Japan themed “Ant’s Rants” to find out the one thing that annoyed Ant overseas, and “Dub’s Diary” for a closer look at one of Dub’s days.
Hosted by Hamish and Jarred
Bouncing back from a (minor) tragedy the night before, Jarred brings back the laughs as he and Hamish discuss the census fail, Olympic cool runnings, wearing scarves with sunnies, the latest album review for DJ Khaled, and so much more!
This week we were lucky enough to have Mads in the studio. Mads is a Danish exchange student from the Denmark Technical University (DTU). At 6 foot 7 inches Mads is the ultimate Ultimate Frisbee player. We start the show talking a little about the game, which is growing in popularity all across the world and which Mads himself has played all across the world. We also talk about Mads’ around the world trip which started with hitchhiking through Europe before going to Africa, South America, the US and Canada. We also discuss the experience of growing in a rural area of Denmark as well as living Copenhagen for his studies. Read more …
Hosted by: Hamish and Jarred
Making their long awaited return, the boys bring in the new semester 2 weeks later! Discussing the Rio Olympics, Pokemon sweeping the globe yet again, their latest music musics, another album review, and plenty more!
Welcome to Season 2 of K & S Interviews! For the first episode I was incredibly excited to have Kevin Long in the studio. Kevin is an ex-co-host of mine on the Muck Up. Kevin has just returned from his first semester of a yearlong exchange to Tours, France. We talk about what it’s been like so far, his experiences of racism in France compared to Australia. I was also very excited to get his feeling on how the recent terrorist attacks have influenced life in France. Kevin’s keen interest in combat sports also shown through as he gave us quick break down of his self-defence game plan. Last but not least we touched on one of my favourite discussion topics, his Dad’s amazing journey from war torn Vietnam to Australia via China. Hopefully if he comes on again we’ll have time to hear about his Mum’s equally amazing journey. Any comments, feedback get in touch via an email to Karen.firstname.lastname@example.org Read more …