Tag: D-Generation

Jan 05

Undiscovered Masterpieces of YouTube: Jane Kennedy on Saturday Morning Live

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 …

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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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Nov 26

Flashback: D-Generation on The Don Lane Show (1994)

Back in the day when Variety television was king, and time had passed just long enough for reunions and specials started to seep in for shows based in the 70s and 80s – The Don Lane Show is a prime example. In 1994, Channel 9 ran a special, hosted by the late Don Lane, who was …

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Mar 19

Vale Joe Murray

One of the Directors and Producers who featured prominently behind the scenes of Australian TV comedy and entertainment has died. Joe Murray, who directed 39 episodes of The Late Show as well as having his hand in with The D-Generation and other ABC classics Countdown (that’ll explain Tom and Jane’s segments in Season One) The Big Gig and DAAS Kapital, passed …

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Jun 05

Happy 21st Birthday Late Show – 20 Years Season 2!

Okay, we might be stretching it a bit, but who’s complaining?! Even though July 17 last year we celebrated 20 years since the first episode of The Late Show was broadcasted, Saturday June 5 1993 was the first day that the first episode of Season 2 went to air. By then, the show had developed a …

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Mar 24

I Love Green Guide Letters MICF

Santo Cilauro tells a ‘behind the scenes’ story of The Late Show in “I Love Green Guide Letters” podcast with Steele Saunders.

Sep 17

Top or Frontbottom?

Top and Bottom lists that rank the topic of discussion can be entertaining and compelling at the same time. While there are no thorough and correct answers (unless a registered survey or census has been performed), many listings are usually done by matter of opinion, and with the odd listener / reader / viewer interaction. …

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Apr 28

Two Entries In “The Guide” Birthday Celebrations

This is just pure evidence again that the guys aren’t just fantastic hard workers, but they leave a mark in the entertainment industry. Fairfax’s TV/Radio/Movie liftout The Guide celebrate 30 years of publishing in the Sydney Morning Herald and sister papers. Critics Michael Idato and Greg Hassall have dissected and filtered through the last 30 …

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Apr 14

Dude Looks Like A Logie!

The 54th Annual TV Logie Awards are around the corner, which The D-Generation/Working Dog are regular attendees to the the awards. The year is 1998. The Working Dog team have three successful seasons of the current affairs piss-take Frontline under their belts. The 40th Annual TV Week Logie Awards are being shown on national television, thanks …

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Mar 15

Tony, Mick, D-Gen In Top 30 FM Stars Of All Time List

Radio industry website Radio Today has released the final Top 10 FM radio stars from the launch of commercial radio in 1980. From the professional view of radio veteran Brad March, who has many years working with the majority of talent that are in the Top 30 listing, our (yes, biased) favourites Mick Molloy came …

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