Everyone’s favourite public service boss is back.
In 1988-1989, radio personalities Ian Rogerson and Jonathan Coleman hosted Saturday Morning Live – a programme on Channel 7 with games, quizzes, news and music. One of the segments was It’s Rockademic – a play on the quiz show It’s Academic – with questions based on popular music of the day. In this video, the D-Generation‘s Jane Kennedy (dressed up as her D-Gen Kylie …
Netflix has released a full trailer of Working Dog’s animated adventure. Pacific Heat. In this animated satire, a covert squad of operatives short on smarts but long on confidence tackles crime on the glitzy Gold Coast of Australia. The show will be shown in Australia on Foxtel’s Comedy Channel from November 27, then December 2 on Netflix …
Before Pacifc Heat , Johnny Swank was the man on a mission – spy mission.
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 …
If you’re not following this site on Twitter yet (@TLSChampagne) we post a lot more there than on this site. Just like this little gem that Twitter user Meerkatlookout sent through. A comparison shot with Games commentator Scott McGrory sounding awfully like Graham & The Colonel’s Graham! Nailed it! Really enjoying Graham & the Colonel’s …
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 …
Back in September 2009, Tony Martin was doing the rounds, promoting his new book A Nest Of Occasionals. To help promote his second book of grammatical wonder, he popped up on the Stefanovicator’s show Today on Channel 9, interviewed by Lisa Wilkinson. No short circuitry here.
Thanks to Chad Lofts for searching through his VHS collection, this little wonder has surfaced on the internet. A day after the final episode of Frontline was screened on the ABC in 1997, Mike Moore‘s twin Rob Sitch is interviewed for The 7:30 Report by Kerry O’Brien, about how Frontline was developed. Warning: Contains skivvy-wearing.