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Ross Noble is obsessed with music videos. Ed Kavalee and other guests join him for a discussion that begins at music videos and wanders through several unrelated topics before once again ending at music videos. The Ross Noble Podcast is produced by Jay Mueller and is part of The Bad Producer Podcast Network.
 
In the Pocket is a show about NFL, hosted by two Americans who find themselves living in Melbourne Australia. Each week, listen to Steve Salisbury and Jay Mueller talk about what they love best. Our show is passionate. It’s informative. It’s a celebration. In fact, it’s the podcast equivalent of a tailgate party: fans standing around laughing about the characters and story lines of each week’s gladiatorial soap opera. The only thing missing is the smell of grilled meat (you can provide the m ...
 
Love radio? Want to make it in the radio industry? Game Changers: Radio gives you access to intimate conversations with those who have known success and failure in their radio careers. We’ve spoken to the best of the best in Australia: Hamish Blake, Andy Lee, Eddie McGuire, Fifi Box, Tony Martin, Mick Molloy, Amanda Keller and Kyle Sandilands, to name a few. We’ve also spoken to the best in the United Kingdom, including Christian O’Connell and Ken Bruce, and even a few stars from the United ...
 
Winner of Best Comedy at the 2018 Australian Podcast Awards, CHILDPROOF is an unproduced TV sitcom written by Tony Martin and Sarina Rowell. The six episodes were performed live at the 2017 Melbourne Fringe by Tony Martin, Geraldine Quinn, Roz Hammond, Andrew McClelland, Damian Cowell, Cristina Laria, Djovan Caro and Lachy Hulme, with a gaggle of guests and narration by Jay Mueller. It concerns those controversial types, the ‘childfree by choice’. They've been called ‘selfish’, ‘immature’, ‘ ...
 
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A new series from the team at The Greatest Season That Was Presents... US Revolution. US Revolution features Mason, Shannon Gill and American broadcaster Ed Wyatt in an exploration of Australian Rules Football's US connections. The eight-part series will feature interviews with Paul Roos, Jason Holmes and former ESPN broadcaster Bob Ley. Follow The Greatest Season That Was on Twitter - @TGSTW_Presents. The Greatest Season That Was is produced Jay Mueller and is part of the Bad Producer Podca ...
 
Ed Kavalee is your permanent host. In each episode Ed shares a few of his favourite things. It's content curation at its most niche. It's a list pod. EKP is produced by Jay Mueller and is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network.
 
The Wrestling Life Support Podcast is a Top 100 wrestling podcast that reviews classic pro wrestling events, pay-per-views, vintage wrestling TV, and the entire catalog of Coliseum Home Video releases. Hosts Jay Lauderdale and wrestling historian, Donnie Mueller, share their unique takes on all things pro wrestling from a perspective that's not too "indie" and not too "old school". Popular segments include "Return to the Coliseum", "The Enhancement Talent of the Week", "Ask Donnie", "Face or ...
 
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Rejoice budding Coopers, fans of farming phraseology and devotees of television shows with inordinately long opening credits! Our commiserations to fans of Shania Twain music videos... Ross Noble Podcast is produced by Jay Mueller, edited by James Blake and is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
 
A diversion into cooperage chat see Ross Noble and Ed Kavalee firmly shut Shania out of this podcast with some time given to discussing heavy warfare machines, abandoned infrastructure and a brief Cage Update. Ross Noble Podcast is produced by Jay Mueller, edited by James Blake and is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network. See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
The fallout from Ross' time on The Celebrity Apprentice Australia is wrapped up, there is an interruption that surely is a global podcasting first, Ed's faith in Shania wanes and Right Said Fred facts abound. For those interested in listening to Britain in Bits, you can listen here. Ross Noble Podcast is produced by Jay Mueller, edited by James Bla…
 
Shania is firmly placed in the freezer as Ross informs us of a new documentary coming out that is sure to please all of DISC's customer base, Ed is educated on the joy of Fray Bentos tin pies and we learn of further editing room causalities on the Celebrity Apprentice... Ross Noble Podcast is produced by Jay Mueller, edited by James Blake and is pa…
 
Our deconstruction of Shania Twain's That Don't Impress Me Much is paused to dive into Lord Sugar's world of business, The Celebrity Apprentice Australia. Recently evicted contestant Rob Shehadie joins fellow businessman Ross Noble as Ed Kavalee pries into what has been left on the editing room floor. Ross Noble Podcast is produced by Jay Mueller, …
 
The Wrestling Life Support celebrates their one-year anniversary and the end of season one with a look back at the nearly seventy events that they reviewed in 2020-2021. Donnie and Jay throw out their favorite, least favorite, most surprising, and most disappointing shows, hidden gem matches, and much, much more! And, since this IS the Wrestling Li…
 
Just in time for Ross's debut on Celebrity Apprentice, the latest episode gets close, but still doesn't adequately discuss the Shania Twain video clip That Don't Impress Me Much. Ross Noble Podcast is produced by Jay Mueller, edited by James Blake and is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The Wrestling Life Support closes out season 1 and our first year with a review of TNA Bound For Glory 2005. Can you say "overbooked", boys and girls? Death-defying dives, the TNA debut of Jushin "Thunder" Liger, 30 minutes of Styles-Daniels, and Rhyno's epic night notwithstanding, this night...well, this night needed an editor...badly! Thanks for …
 
Forget Luke Skywalker, it's WCCW Wrestling Star Wars from June 1983! The Wrestling Life Support Podcast crew tackles the Dallas territory's signature show - and this one brought a ton of title matches and international flair. It's not just Von Erichs and Freebirds - it's Race, Baba, Tsuruta, Tenryu, Lothario, Guerrero, and a ton more! Please leave …
 
In this episode Ross has been 'papped' with Hollywood heavy hitters, there have been some developments with The Celebrity Apprentice and we have a theory about the ✨Magic Hour✨ and Shania Twain. Ross Noble Podcast is produced by Jay Mueller, edited by James Blake and is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network. See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
 
It's time for another Wrestling Life Support Podcast Dream Card! This one was inspired by last week's review of Starrcade 1991: Battlebowl - The Lethal Lottery. But instead of a roster full of Sgt. Buddy Lee Parkers and Arachnamans and Nightstalkers...we get 40 all-time greats that held heavyweight titles across the biggest promotions in wrestling …
 
We're back! You know you missed us! The Wrestling Life Support Podcast returns and takes on a Jay Lauderdale-favorite (or is it?): WCW Starrcade 1991 - Battlebowl: The Lethal Lottery. It's a show so dysfunctional that it needed three names. From questionable execution of a pretty cool concept to questionable ring attire from The Nightstalker, it's …
 
In this Beckett-esque podcast Ross Noble and Ed Kavalee continue to attempt deconstruct Shania Twain's That Don't Impress Me Much video clip. They continue to avoid it, instead discussing boxing training philosophies, Lil Nas X and Aquaman. Ross Noble Podcast is produced by Jay Mueller, edited by James Blake and is part of the Bad Producer Podcast …
 
So we did it. We went "bigger, badder, and better" with the grandaddy to the grandaddy of them all...WrestleMania III. Hogan-Andre. Savage-Steamboat. Piper-Adonis. Aretha. The Ueck. In one show, you get it all - arguably the greatest moment in pro wrestling history, one of the greatest matches in pro wrestling history, attendance controversy, broad…
 
Joe and Ed Kavalee are joined by Optus Sports' Australian football expert David Davutovic to discuss why Australia won't feature at the Copa America, who will make the cut for the upcoming Olympic Games and David's Football Belongs podcast. Listen to Optus Sport's Football Belongs podcast here: https://sport.optus.com.au/articles/os16777/introducin…
 
The Wrestling Life Support Podcast is back with another two-parter as we tackle Saturday Night's Main Event #10 and WrestleMania 3 in back-to-back weeks. Up first, from Joe Louis Arena, is the tenth installment of SNME featuring a 20-man battle royal headlined by Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant, a pool of Lanny Poffo plasma, "400 pounds of white mea…
 
As we reach the 20th anniversary of the 3rd test in Chennai of that famous 2001 series, its time to wrap up our Final Frontier series. Our thoughts on the factors behind the slow-build of the Australia v India rivalry, the way that 2001 series entered the public consciousness, and the legacy of the series that continues today. The Greatest Season T…
 
The Wrestling Life Support Podcast finishes off their two-part series with the 14-match wrestling exposition, WrestleMania V. Did the year-long Mega-Powers narrative generate a satisfying payoff? Or did the conclusion of the soap opera leave you mega-bored? Donnie and Jay have their opinions on this, plus Morton Downey, Jr.'s role on Piper's Pit, s…
 
The Wrestling Life Support Podcast starts a special two-part road to WrestleMania...Five. Yes, we are in 1989 and reviewing the big lead-in event, The Main Event, from February 3rd of that year - just two months before the Mega-Powers explode! Donnie and Jay will be talking what if's around The Twin Towers, how steel chains don't faze The Million D…
 
For many years, the rare Australian cricket tours to India went barely noticed by Australian cricket fans. Scoreboards and match reports were the most that could be consumed. This mixed with the supposed horror stories that filtered back after the fact from players about accommodation, food and illness resulted in the perception of an outpost - som…
 
The Wrestling Life Support Podcast tackles WrestleMania 11 this week! See what I did there...tackles...because LT? Hey now! But seriously...was this a WrestleMania or an In Your House? At least we got 1995 Pamela Anderson! From Jim Ross manning the aisles (?) to an "I Quit" match that managed to make Roddy Piper seem annoying to HBK's game of "toss…
 
It's WrestleMania season and The Wrestling Life Support Podcast is tackling the much maligned WrestleMania 2...the good, the bad, and the Uncle Elmer! From the debut of the big blue cage to Andre's yellow trunks, from "The Fridge" to The Funks, from an all-time classic tag team title match to an all-time announcing trio of Jesse Ventura, Lord Alfre…
 
The Wrestling Life Support returns to the "Coliseum" and reviews Best of the WWF: Volume 2. Donnie and Jay are forced to traverse snooze-fests, bad editing, PURE SALT (!!!) and a musical interlude to get to the some decent action and a hidden gem or two! Plus, not only does WLS return to the "Coliseum", the epic segment - Enhancement Talent of the …
 
It's time for another Wrestling Life Support Dream Card! Get ready...this one is wacky! The great Donnie Mueller has to fantasy book his way through an event that's part Survivor Series, part Crockett Cup, and could determine the greatest wrestling promotion of all-time! 32 promotions...from WWWF to WCW, AEW to Michinoku Pro... 128 wrestlers...Hulk…
 
The amazing turnaround at Kolkata not only had a nation rejoicing, it cemented the India and Australia rivalry forever. This series was now set for a grand finale in Chennai, a test that truly proved to be the icing on the cake of this magnificent series. The man nicknamed after Tone Loc’s hit Funky Cold Medina, Colin “Funky” Miller was a maverick …
 
Ross Noble and Ed Kavalee continue to attempt deconstruct Shania Twain's That Don't Impress Me Much video clip. They continue to avoid it. It is a show full of Pound Store name drops, a sprinkle of Shania and for the civil engineers out there plenty of bridge chat! Check out the vision of The Weeknd's AMA Bridge Walk here. For those who've only jus…
 
Hello WLS listeners! Due to some unforeseen circumstances, the Royal Prince of Rufe Snow could not make the show--so it's 100% Jay Lauderdale. And to compensate for not having the most knowledgeable wrestling historian in podcast-land, the Zan Panzer of Podcasting decided to review Rodman Down Under - the much-despised snooze fest from the short-li…
 
Director of Football for Western United and former Socceroo Steve Horvat joins Ed Kavalee and up and coming football tactics expert Joe Simon. The weekly video version of Rushden / Kavalee's Two Up Top can be viewed here: https://www.a-league.com.au/ Ed Kavalee works over the A-League each work in Rushden/Kavalee's Two Up Top. Rushden is the one an…
 
With 16 straight wins in the bank, Australia had the chance to conquer Steve Waugh Final Frontier when they arrived in Kolkata for the 2nd test of 2001. India had been stung by the first test result but by midpoint Australia looked to be realising that dream. Michael Kasprowicz’s performances on the 1998 tour had seen him labelled the India special…
 
On this week's podcast, The Wrestling Life Support Podcast heads to Bill Watts country and reviews an episode of UWF TV from September 6th, 1986! Blood. Brawls. Computer rooms. Two Jim Rosses. What else do you need? What about Jeff Gaylord and his...uh...punches? All of that, plus Devastation, Inc. gets a new member, a lumberjack tag main event, "P…
 
The Wrestling Life Support completes the trilogy and dives into a Hall of Fame-heavy WWF Royal Rumble 1990 featuring a who's who of wrestling greats. Can the star-studded Rumble roster and some sneaky good matches outshine the stupidity of magic shinguards, Ronnie Garvin's nanny-nanny-boo-boo face, and Jesse "The Tourist" Ventura? Tune in to find o…
 
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