Tag: Mick Molloy

And The ARIA Goes To…

A recent business deal between the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) and YouTube has allowed archival footage of the ARIA Awards to be released into the wild. And you know what that means…? We get to see some appearances from our favourite friends! 1993 – Santo Cilauro, Jane Kennedy and Tom Gleisner present Best Group. 1995 – Tony Martin and Mick …

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HYBPA, Martin, Molloy and Kennedy in 2019 Logie Awards Highlights

Success at Australian TV’s night of nights.

Vale Jimmy Hannan

We are sad to hear the passing of Australian TV personality Jimmy Hannan, who has passed away at the age of 84. A prominent face of Australian Variety TV in the 60s and 70s, Hannan also appeared in Season Two of The Late Show as a musical act that was held at the end of each …

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“Mick and myself are knackered, and it’s time for this program to have a bit of a lie-down”

20 years ago today, Martin/Molloy announced they were going to have a ‘bit of a lie-down’.

“What happens when a joke goes down like a lead balloon?”

We dig into a feature shown on ABC’s TVTV from 1993 as The Late Show dive into their second season.

Review: Martin/Molloy Comics Omnibus

Loose talk, foolish behaviour, and a comic book.

Original Martin-Molloy comic Art for Sale

Martin/Molloy fans, this is for you to own some fantastic memorabilia.

Happy New Year

On behalf of admin Kim, myself and a whole bunch of dedicated visitors, we just want to wish you all a happy and healthy new year for 2018. A big thanks to the D-Generation / Working Dog team who just keep making the greatest comedy to share the laughs. 2017 has been a pretty good …

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Molloy and Kennedy for the drive home in 2018

We’re half way through 2017, and we already have good news for 2018.

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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