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Aug 01

Radio A Game Changer for Martin

Tony Martin. (The Soap Actor, Cyclist, Crooner, and Escape Artist not pictured)

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 second season of Game Changers: Radio, guests have already featured this season include Amanda KellerMatt Tilley, Hamish BlakeRichard Stubbs and Fifi Box. In this latest episode, host Craig Bruce talks to Martin about:

  • His first venture into radio in New Zealand
  • Becoming a copywriter at FM104 (Triple M) Brisbane
  • Getting his foot in the door with The D-Generation
  • Various projects he’s written for
  • The origin of ‘Tommy G and The Fatman’
  • How The Late Show was created and originally failed
  • How The Satanic Sketches nearly didn’t see the light of day
  • The creation of FM Playhouse
  • The mechanics of Martin/Molloy
  • Having Get This developed and the yo-yoing of the timeslot
  • Everyone’s favourite Panel Operator and Contributor – Richard Marsland
  • Will Tony ever return full-time to radio

If you haven’t already, Game Changers: Radio is a podcast I encourage you to subscribe to, if you want to know the behind-the-scenes of your favourite past or present radio show and talent. The podcast itself is already shortlisted for the Mumbrella Publish Awards 2016 Best Podcast.

Here’s Episode Thirteen with Tony.

Subscribe to Game Changers Radio and check out radiogamechangers.com

1 comment

  1. Scott McPhee

    This was a great listen, if just to hear the stories about the old days of FM breakfast radio.

    Does anyone know if Tony and Mick are speaking to each other again?

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