Australia's Maynard, although not the guy from Tool, he proves he is one. Take a journey through pop culture with no clear purpose or destination. Sometimes a video. Always shameless.
Tim is back from Hobart. Maynard test drives a theme tune. We answer your crankmail. You choose to most erotic word & tell us what modern love about. Could Flying High be made in 2014? Maynard interviews Doug Anthony All Stars from London 1990. Just what is in our “bug out” bag?
A bumper 3 hour show of the Sunday Afternoon Fever show from 21st March 1993. Guests; Caligula, Donna DeLory (Madonna dancer), Elvis (from Newcastle) & Sale Of The Century winner Russell Cheek. Maynard’s Mastermind quiz and other things to puzzle over from the 20th century. We also attempt to solve the burning social issue of 1993; Who was the better band Frente or Haircut 100?
Peter Barton has produced a reference work for the WW1 battle of Fromelles. The book has taken 10 years for him to produce and tells the story from both sides. Peter Barton has given more perspective to a very brutal battle in Australian military history.
The show that shouldn’t have had a 1st episode, has a 3rd. Tim Ferguson & Maynard take your questions and ask a few of their own. Tim Ferguson makes bold statements about politics, burlesque AND Richard Fidler (completely unsupported by facts) Maynard swears twice and admits to reading a book recently. PLUS your regular dose of Lorne Greene. This show is going nowhere even faster than we thought.
Young Maynard hosts his weekly show on community radio 2NUR-FM. It’s 11pm Friday, 2nd November 1985, Australian economic growth is at 8%, Samuri Trash are playing Uptown Circus, Giddy People (Castanet Club) are playing The Ambassador and a young Labor Council upstart Anthony Albanese has an issue with McDonalds. I’m also working only flat top haircut as you can see.
The Pet Shop Boys played 3 shows as part of Sydney Vivid festival. Maynard caught the Saturday night show and spoke with the fun folk in the audience.
Travel to 3rd October 1993 as Kim Wilde joins the show to take questions from the audience. Also hear Mrs Sinatra, Lance & The Hollywood Kids, Crappy New Releases & Yeah Yeah's in studio. The day after Sleaze Ball 1993. What a show!
Maynard & Tim Ferguson attempt a 2nd episode of the show that should never be. Tim gives his right of reply to the Federal budget, Maynard describes his letterbox & we play some more Lorne Greene. It’s the opposite of compelling.
Richard Saunders, skeptic and upstanding citizen, takes a tour of Maynard International Studios. He doesn’t quite get it, but chooses at random some music and tapes for us all.
All three of us look surprised to be on the first episode of Bunga Bunga. Maynard brings the shonky music, Tim Ferguson brings a shonky theory about candida infection at The Edinburgh Festival. Skeptical Richard Saunders is guest.
Every Friday DJ Sveta had a great dance music based breakfast show on 2SER-FM in Sydney. Maynard joined up with her from 1995 till 2001 and the show never recovered. This show from 1996 brings you the mismatched antics of Maynard & DJ Sveta. Featuring new tracks from Tori Amos and Engelbert Humperdinck
An Easter treat for Planet Maynard listeners. We cross live to a 2 hour slice of the Madd Club doing their thing in Glebe last Sunday afternoon. Swoon to the sound of Sunday Afternoon Fever. Maybe in the entire 2 hours you'll hear 1 song you like.
Adrian Edmondson of Young Ones, Bottom, ccelebrity champion cook and historical documentary host is touring Australia. With his band The Bad Shepards he's bringing the celtic punk sound our way. Just Go, it's great.
The Record Crate in Glebe, this Sunday afternoon is the place to be for Maynard style lounge sounds with guests Geoff The Shopkeeper and Tony Push. Tony came to see how my work is going on the Maynard archives at Maynard International Studios.
Two shows in 1 this time! Maynard visits some of his favourite Japanese music from his archives. On the way the big news of a Madd Club reunion gig and a live show interviewing Tim Ferguson broke in.
Tim Ritchie has been in radio since the 70s, from Triple J to Radio National he has always been about introducing new music. His time as a nightcjub DJ is legendary, as are the stories you are about to hear. Tim Ritchie answers some of your questions and most of mine. Enjoy some quality sounds with @TCR.
Maynard welcomes Tim Ferguson, Tony Push, Christopher Laird & George Hrab to the bullshit finish to a bullshit year. They attempt to change his mind and fail. Plenty of musical surprises and archive sounds to make this the most bullshit Xmas of them all.
Jedward, twins John & Edward Grimes, are Eurovision popsters and a double trouble ball of energy. They played Enmore Theatre, Sydney to an equally excited crowd of fans. Maynard got between the fans and between the Jedward twins to share a Jepic night.
That’s Koko Wallace making a “chickie boom” move with Bridget Turner & Jade Foo of Boys, Boys, Boys. Boys, Boys, Boys are from Perth and would like your attention for a moment. Koko packs well on tour, enjoys 90s techno and has an occasional potty mouth. Enjoy.
Conspiracy archivist Jaimie Leonarder has been fascinated by the JFK assassination all his life. He has studied and read everything he can find on the subject. Today, 50 years on, what does he think of the various theories? Is the death of JFK still even relevant to Australia 50 years on? Jay brings his conspiracy facts.