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Klimt Donohoe & Ali Davis

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Step Brewers Podcast is a no holds barred commentary on the beer scene in Australia. Through a shared loved of great grog, the two certified reptiles join forces to share their views, unverified facts and feverish passion for Australian beer. The boys bring their unique experience and perspectives to a banter laden podcast with epic segments, impassioned rants, technical interviews, unadulterated opinions and truth nuggets. Quite arguably the best beer podcast in Australia.
 
Off My Shelf is a podcast hosted by pop culture fanatic Tracey James who created it out of her love of visual tales and the curiosity of her friends. Every other week she sits down with a guest to have a conversation using the films and TV shows in her DVD collection as a catalyst. Her collection spans genres, styles, and time periods allowing for a myriad of topics to be discussed. Join her on the alphabetical cinematic journey as she may talk about some of your favourites or uncover some h ...
 
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In this episode Josh Ratcliffe joins me in talking about 2 moody films from the early 2000s with Lord of War and Lost in Translation. Lord Of War Release: 2005 Director: Andrew Niccol Stars: Nicholas Cage, Jared Leto, Ethan Hawke, Ian Holm Lost in Translation Release: 2003 Director: Sofia Coppola Stars: Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, Giovanni Rib…
 
In the final show of the 1971-72 NHL season, the Stanley Cup final is decided, lots of rumours of players moving to the new WHA, but no stars are making the jump yet, except for Bernie Parent, who now doesn’t even have a team to play for, and we have some developments in the September challenge series between the Canadian professional players and t…
 
This week we look at games 2 - 4 of the 1972 Stanley Cup Final between the Bruins and Rangers, we have some interesting WHA news and the NHL awards are announced, not without a bit of controversy! Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! http://patreon.com/hockey50years Twitter: http://twitter.com/hockey50years Web: http://…
 
In this episode I have 3 guests, Alix Cook, Jessica Lutzer, and Tim McLennan, who are here to talk about the 3 year epic that really only takes 13 months, Lord of the Rings. Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring Release: 2001 Director: Peter Jackson Stars: Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Orlando Bloom, Sean Astin, Viggo Mortensen, Christopher Lee, J…
 
Papa Sweden is joined by Daddy Sweden, AS@P Pappy and Papa Worldwide, along with 3 special guest judges to award the regional Steppie Awards for 2021. (Please note. There were unavoidable audio issues with the Victorian results. That being said, still horny chat). Become a Friend Of The Show and support us on our Patreon! If you’re listening on Spo…
 
In this week’s show, we have the details on the Bruins eliminating St. Louis and the first game of the 1972 Stanley Cup Final series between Boston and New York. We also have lots of off-ice news to talk about and two of hockey’s greatest have some words of warning for the NHL players who will face the Russians in September. Support hockey research…
 
In our show this week we have coverage of Round 2 of the 1972 Stanley Cup playoffs where one series was supposed to be close and wasn’t and the other was an embarrassment to the NHL. We also have an historic hockey announcement, and there is some NHL-WHA news as well. Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! http://patreon.…
 
In this episode Shayna Fine Joins me in talking about a murderous sing plant and a poker game gone wrong with Little Shop of Horrors and Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels. Little Shop of Horrors Release: 1986 Director: Frank Oz Stars: Rick Moranis, Ellen Greene, Vincent Gardenia, Steve Martin Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels Release: 1998 Di…
 
In this week’s show we have the results of the rest of round one’s series, including the Rangers eliminating the defending Stanley Cup champs; lots of WHA news on which to report, and some ideas from some prominent Toronto sports writers on who should take over as coach of the Maple Leafs. Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast epi…
 
It’s the first week of the 1972 Stanley Cup playoffs and we have all the results from the first 4 games of each quarter-final series. We also have a little bit of surprising WHA news as well. Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! http://patreon.com/hockey50years Twitter: http://twitter.com/hockey50years Web: http://hocke…
 
One of our favourite sons joins the boys to say "Bon Jour No" and talk all things lager. Sip, Skip, bottom fermenting chats and a revelation about iced vo vos. Some things must be heard to be believed. We back baby! Become a Friend Of The Show and support us on our Patreon! If you’re listening on Spotify or Apple Podcasts, please be sure to rate, s…
 
In this episode Emma Yim joins me in talking about young women finding their place in the world with Little Miss Sunshine and A Little Princess Little Miss Sunshine Release: 2006 Director: Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris Stars: Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Greg Kinnear, Abigail Breslin, Paul Dano, Alan Arkin A Little Princess Release: 1995 Direct…
 
This was the final week of the 1971-72 NHL season and some close races for playoff spots were decided. As well, this week we saw the WHA get some clarity for a few of their franchises while others’ futures became more muddled, and we learn who the NHL’s best-dressed players were in 1972! Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episo…
 
In this week’s episode, we have a bit of WHA news, Leafs coach John McLellan returns, and Marcel Dionne sets an NHL record for rookies, plus lots more!! Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! http://patreon.com/hockey50years Twitter: http://twitter.com/hockey50years Web: http://hockey50yearsago.com ADVERTISING DISCLAIMER …
 
In this episode Jamie Cochrane joins me in talking about 2 movies with proper names in the title, highly stylized, and released in December 2004 . These movies have a lot in common… Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events and The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events Release: 2004 Director: Brad Sil…
 
n this week’s show, we get a look at the top prospects for the June NHL Amateur Draft, we find out that the NHL officials are being told to “let ‘em scrap” and we have one of the strangest stories I’ve ever come across involving a hockey game in Massachusetts. Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! http://patreon.com/hock…
 
In Episode 121 we take another look at a very weird 1972 NHL trade deadline, we meet a Maple Leaf rookie who impressed a NY Ranger scout at an early age, and we get the story on how Canadiens coach Scotty Bowman very nearly lost his life in a hotel fire in St. Louis! Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! http://patreon.c…
 
For this episode Sarah Behl joined me in talking about 2 Tom Cruise films from vastly different points in his career with The Last Samurai and Legend. The Last Samurai Release: 2003 Director: Edward Zwick Stars: Tom Cruise, Ken Watanabe, Billy Connolly Legend Release: 1985 Director: Ridley Scott Stars: Tom Cruise, Mia Sara, Tim Curry List of Fantas…
 
In our 120th weekly show, we cover a very quiet NHL 1972 trade deadline, we learn of a successful Jr A coach whose name would become familiar to us all in a few short years, and we get the scoop on Bernie Parent’s impending move to the WHA! Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! http://patreon.com/hockey50years Twitter: h…
 
In this week’s show we learn that Bernie Parent is indeed planning on going to the WHA, the American owners of the Vancouver Canucks are hit with criminal charges in Canada, and in another court, and in another court an Ontario judge makes a very curious determination about the nature of the game of hockey. Support hockey research and get exclusive…
 
In this first episode of 2022 we start on the letter L as Brendan Crates joins me in talking about 2 movies that would never be made now with Labyrinth and The Ladies Man Labyrinth Release: 1986 Director: Jim Henson Stars: David Bowie, Jennifer Connelly, Toby Froud The Ladies Man Release: 2000 Director: Reginald Hudlin Stars: Tim Meadows, Karyn Par…
 
In this very busy episode, we have lots of news from the WHA player draft, the Bernie Parent situation becomes even more muddled in Toronto and a couple of Montreal Canadiens players used a unique mode of transportation to make it to a Saturday night Habs game in Montreal. Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! http://pat…
 
In our 117th weekly show we get some great quotes from various hockey folks around the industry, we gain some insight into what a work week looks like for prominent sports agent Bob Woolf, and we have a ton of WHA news happening! Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! http://patreon.com/hockey50years Twitter: http://twitt…
 
To bring in the new format the boys start with a BANG! Recording for the first time from Moonah Hotel and Cellars the team cover their hopes and dreams for the year, Untapped shenanigans and are joined by a very special guest and Steppies fam-favourite Benn Hooper for some big new Fox Friday brewery updates! Double Length episode for your listening…
 
In our 116th weekly episode, we talk about the Russians challenging the Montreal Canadiens to an exhibition game or series, we learn that a WHA team in Ottawa is very close to becoming a reality, and we hear of an 11-year-old kid in Brantford ON who has quite the scoring touch... Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! htt…
 
We return from our holiday with this week’s show in which we talk about the sudden illness of Sabres Punch Imlach, the squabble over ownership of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Gordie Howe’s future as an executive with the Detroit Red Wings, plus much more! Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! http://patreon.com/hockey50ye…
 
On the eve of the GABS Hottest 100 we present to you a bonus episode from late 2021. Christian McGarry joins us to discuss all things Your Mates Brewing. But really, think of this more as a documentary and deep dive into all things Larry. Who is Larry? What is Larry? And Why Larry? Also, at the time we ask you for love heart reacts or likes for ext…
 
As we continue to recover from COVID here, we bring you this flashback episode from a couple years ago. We appreciate you bearing with us during this time, and hope to be back soon with updates on all the current goings-on, from 50 years ago! Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! http://patreon.com/hockey50years Twitter:…
 
In this, the final episode on the media and the death of Terry Sawchuk, we give you a selection of some of the tributes written by some of the best hockey writers of all time in the various newspapers in the US and Canada. We’ve unlocked our 4-part series, perviously only available for Patreon subscribers. To hear more special content like this, an…
 
In the third episode of our series on how the media covered the death of Terry Sawchuk, we cover the legal aspects of the case, the evidence that the Grand Jury would hear, and their decision. As we report on all the evidence, we get a good idea on what likely happened on the night of April 29, 1970. We’ve unlocked our 4-part series, perviously onl…
 
Following hospitalization and a brief period of silence, Terry Sawchuk's death shocks the hockey world, and the press scrambles to catch up. We’ve unlocked our 4-part series, perviously only available for Patreon subscribers. To hear more special content like this, and to support our work, visit http://patreon.com/hockey50years…
 
How the media covered the hospitalization of Terry Sawchuk just prior to his death, and how the NY Rangers may have completely covered up the story. We’ve unlocked our 4-part series, perviously only available for Patreon subscribers. To hear more special content like this, and to support our work, visit http://patreon.com/hockey50years Twitter: htt…
 
In our 113th weekly episode we have more WHA news on several fronts, we learn about a very bad junior hockey team in Southwestern Ontario, and we have a feature on one of my favourites - Gump Worsely! Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! http://patreon.com/hockey50years Twitter: http://twitter.com/hockey50years Web: htt…
 
It's become a Christmas tradition on Steppies to save the best for last each Christmas. We spend the year gorging ourselves on the most delectable brewers, personalities and beverages this great country has to offer. But once our little tums are full and we've settled onto the couch for a little nap, Uncle Noel approved, there's always that lingeri…
 
It’s the fourth annual Off My Shelf Holiday Extravaganza! For the holiday season I have gathered a carefree caboodle of cacophonous characters to converse about cheery chicanery, This year we actually ARE talking about movies off my shelf. The only 2 legit holiday movies that I own with Love Actually and The Nightmare Before Christmas. My guests ar…
 
In this episode, we learn of the Jr A Toronto Marlboros efforts to get Gordie Howe’s other hockey-playing son Mark to join his brother Marty on the team, we talk about a couple of NHL trades that happened this week, and we take a close look at Roy Edwards and the Penguins other two goalies, Jimmy Rutherford and Les Binkley. Support hockey research …
 
Ben joins the boys to talk all things Ida Pruul. A new player in the mixed culture scene with an enviable focus on pushing boundaries through both mixed culture and big booze driven barrel stouts. The Steppies stumble their way through pronunciation, learn more about Ben and Casey’s unique approach and drink some truly naughty grog. Proudly present…
 
December 6-12, 1971: Who’s Jumping To The WHA? In this week’s show, we find out that several NHL players, including some of the biggest names in the game, are receiving significant offers to jump to the WHA next season, even Gordie Howe’s name is mentioned. We also hear that Tom Webster’s hockey career might be in jeopardy because of that back inju…
 
In our 110th weekly episode, we talk about Sabres’ rookie Richard Martin having last June’s Amateur Draft all figured out, we get word of a Toronto - Boston trade brewing, and we learn of the retirement of my very first hockey hero, and the time I first met him. Support hockey research and get exclusive BONUS podcast episodes! http://patreon.com/ho…
 
In this episode Shayna Fine joins me in about 2 movies that have nothing to do with each other, Kill Switch and Knocked up. Kill Switch Release: 2008 Director: Jeff King Stars: Steven Seagal, Isaac Hayes, Holly Elissa Knocked Up Release: 2007 Director: Stars: Seth Rogen, Katherine Heigl, Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Jason Segal, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel…
 
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