I can't tell you what I'm talking about in this podcast but I do talk about it so it is up to you whether you listen or not. It is pretty vague but possibly not. Maybe you'll work it out, maybe you won't. If you're up for it give it a shot. Or just wait and in time you'll find out what I'm talking about. It is up to you.
Another unannounced edition for those of you who find it. This is quick catch up covering how the Adelaide Fringe played out for me, a little bit of raving about some books, comics and TV shows I've really been enjoying and some thoughts on David Bowie that aren't covered in my new show, "Hoot!" Hope you enjoy,
Hello! Here's a podcast with two different pieces for you. The first half is a short story about a girl and her first love. The second half is a recording taken from "The Shelf" from August last year. It is very much the end of the night and one of the comedians has found it difficult to move from the back of the stage. Warning: may contain traces of drunk comedians looking for an out. Enjoy!
It is all in the title.
Australian Nick Hempton has lived in New York for over ten years plying his trade as an alto and tenor saxophonist in the "Nick Hempton Band". Having performed with some of the jazz greats I had this opportunity to talk to Nick about his career while he was back in Sydney over the Christmas Break. Head to nickhemptonband.com to discover more of his great, swinging music.
The final in this season of the live episodes recorded at the Toff in Town. Recorded on the 17th of November with guests Anthony Morgan, Tom Gleeson, Lehmo, Geraldine Hickey and music once again by Josh Earl.
Another live "Can You Take This Photo Please?" recorded at the Toff in Town on the 10th of November with guests Tony Martin, Tegan Higginbotham, Anne Edmonds, Matt Ford and music by Josh Earl. The second show in a three part season.
A live "Can You Take This Photo Please?" recorded at the Toff in Town on the 3rd of November with guests Judith Lucy, Denise Scott, New Zealand comedian Guy Montgomery and music by Josh Earl. The first in a three part season.
This is a live recording of a work in progress that may or may not develop into my 2016 solo show "Hoot!" Also contains information for our lives shows in November.
Author Alex Hammond returns to the podcast to talk about his new book and the second Will Harris novel "The Unbroken Line". A crime thriller that delves into Melbourne's murky underbelly, this is the type of book that is hard to put down and it was great having Alex discuss not only this but his upcoming plans.