The return of the entirely unpaid plugfest Death of Advertising sees Stew go nuts over something called Uncle Joe’s Mint Balls, or similar. Meanwhile, Larry reveals the Truth About Teen Parties, and particularly his suddenly discovered and entirely unwanted acumen for discovering pre-voting age youth in mid-shag in lavatories. Stew also reveals How Restaurants Think v How Humans Think, without revealing all that much, other than, apparently, when you’re out with Stew and his cronies, the expression Serves Four more or less translates to Nearly Serves Two, Better Order Three More Mains and an Entree. Possibly contains even more gibberish than the previous week.


CLASSIFICATION WARNING – Apart from those scandalised by regular foul language and gutter-minded concepts, parents of 16 year olds who prefer to live in blissful ignorance might also want to give this one a miss.

Direct download: All-Over-The-Shop-20120209.mp3
Category:All Over The Shop -- posted at: 11:10pm AEDT

All Over The Shop - 02 February 2012

The stunning, or stunned, return of AOTS to the airwaves for 2012 contains Stew and Larry’s new alternative to sane editorial comment, Nongshells. Also features the return of the usual tripe including On This Day and Beyond the News, plus the reliably excitement-free recounting of What We Done on our Holidays and Stew making an accidental unilateral announcement apparently indicating that he and Leapster have both switched to men as a sexual preference, which there’s every chance that he didn’t mean, if English were to ever come out of his mouth the way it originally looked in his head.

CLASSIFICATION WARNING – Contains swearing, tawdry groin references and monumental amounts of drivel, so no change there.


Direct download: All-Over-The-Shop-20120202.mp3
Category:All Over The Shop -- posted at: 7:57pm AEDT

In this episode Alicia Sometimes and Lorin Clarke speak to Ee'da Brahim and Candice Monique, Nick Bland, Richard Higgins and Thomas Blatchford.

Ee’da and Candice speak about Sisters For Sisters and the Women’s Wellness Project. Nick Bland, author of much loved picture book The Very Cranky Bear, tells us about the incarnation of the book as a smartphone app. Giving tips on writing comedy shows, Richard Higgins shares his insight during the How To segement and Thomas Blatchford, aka The Human Photocopier, talks about Festival of the Photocopier.

Direct download: Aural_Text_20120208.mp3
Category:Aural Text -- posted at: 1:26pm AEDT

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