Thanks Viv! Hey do what the hell you like with the clips this time (back in 2006 the student radio director was a bit of a nazi, but now it's Triple M!). They don't care about that stuff... unless they find out about it. You know, they uploaded the wrong file for the "Dead Rockstar Radio Show." They uploaded the raw session file, not the edited version. It's been like that for 3 weeks and no one's noticed! Check it out: http://www.triplem.com.au/adelaide/show ... io/podcast Although it did provide an insight into their recording process, which I personally found very interesting...YMV wrote:Good luck David, hope I get to hear it online somehow. If I do, I promise not to pinch & stick bits of it on my website without permission this time! (You know me as Viv, so hopefully that comment should now make a bit more sense)
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David, would be interested to know why you think sketch comedy would only appeal to males.listeners in and around the target demographic of males aged 25-50 will be entertained by brilliant sketch writing, deadly satire, elaborate production and spontaneous wisecracks on issues, local and global, topical and grossly un-topical. From "interviews" with "celebrities" and prank calls with a Bas Rutten soundboard to fictional ads for non-existent businesses with a cast of characters and mundane personal experiences made entertaining through the use of zany sound effects, THE Big Show is big enough for all, even if DMG & Matty B's manhood isn't.
I just want to pop him on a bit of toast and eat him right up.
That was just an attempt to appeal to the "blokiness" of Triple M. Not sexist. Although there is some of that on the show, which seems to be running a bit late... my apologies on behalf of Triple M.Bean Is A Carrot wrote:David, would be interested to know why you think sketch comedy would only appeal to males.
Cheers. It's still on in Melbourne (for some reason it started at midnight there). 105.1FM or else the podcast will be up on the Triple M websites in a couple of days. I'll write more about it on my blog tomorrow...BAZZA13 wrote:Enjoyed it lads, well done...
Hopefully it leads to us being able to hear you guys on the radio...