Category: News

Oct 17

Johnny Swank Before Pacific Heat

Before Pacifc Heat , Johnny Swank was the man on a mission – spy mission.

Sep 30

Pacific Heat to Netflix: UPDATED

If you’re wondering what has been happening with the next big thing to come out of the offices of Working Dog, there has been more shining light. As mentioned in 2014, Foxtel has commissioned a new 13 episode animated series Pacific Heat which was slated to broadcast on Foxtel late 2015. Unfortunately there were delays and was …

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Sep 28

Strewth. Corker. Vale Max Walker

2016 hasn’t been a great year for the celebrity world where many musicians and actors have unfortunately left this mortal coil. Sadly, Aussie cricketer, commentator and larrakin Max Walker has passed away at the age of 68. The D-Generation team are fans of the cricket – with Max being a talk topic with Graham and The …

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Sep 05

Bargearse and The Olden Days Go Digital

We must’ve been dreamin’ of donuts as this one snuck by us earlier in the year… so we’re going to tell you now. You owned it on VHS – you owned it on DVD – you even owned it illegally from a YouTube rip. Now you can own it legally on digital download. For a …

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Sep 01

Santo Sam and Ed Return

Great news for Snato fans and to all the sports nuts out there. Santo Cilauro, Sam Pang and Ed Kavalee are getting their podcast on again for the Santo Sam and Ed’s Total Football Podcast – under the wings of ABC Radio. Each week, Santo, Sam and Ed bring you their take on all the big …

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Aug 01

Radio A Game Changer for Martin

Here’s one for Tony Martin fans out there. The people at Bad Producer Productions and Craig Bruce Coaching bring you the next installment of The Game Changers: Radio podcast – the Tony Martin episode. In the first season, Martin’s former radio sparring partner Mick Molloy spoke about his start and experiences, and now it’s Martin’s turn. Now into the …

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May 31

Rob Sitch is Red Faced (Tribute to Thunderbirds)

Since late 2014, Daryl Somers has been releasing full archive episodes of Hey Hey It’s Saturday on HeyHey.TV – accessible via a paid subscription. In an upcoming release, episodes from 1984 and 1985 will be available – including an episode of the early days of The D-Generation, before they were actually D-Generation. The Melbourne Uni Revue, to be more …

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May 17

Radio A Game Changer For Molloy

Here’s one for the Mick Molloy fans out there. While Molloy’s career has expanded over film and television, the area close to his heart is radio. For over twenty five years, Molloy has wedged his foot in the door in radio broadcasting. From community radio 3CR, to Triple M, The TODAY Network and back to …

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May 16

Review: Tony Martin at the Sydney Comedy Festival

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Tony Martin The Factory Theatre, Marrickville Friday 13 May 2016 “Who’s on stage again?” asked a female two seats down from me. “Tony Martin,” her plus-one hissed back as the lights went down. I was, of course, aghast. Who doesn’t know who Tony is, I thought. Was Tony’s show so unpopular that they were giving …

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May 05

Martin and Cilauro on Nova

As announced this morning on Chrissie, Sam and Browny on Nova 100 Melbourne, our favourite radio guy Tony Martin is filling in for Sam Pang while he’s covering Eurovision for SBS, beginning Monday May 9. He’ll be on from 7am weekdays. Also, to match the story header, Santo Cilauro has been making regular appearances every Friday on the same …

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