Cure holiday ennui with audible nonsense.
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Long drives, flights and dull family this holiday season?
Shove one of these free podcasts in your ears and get the gift of gabbing.
The Shelf.
100 minute end of year podcast where Justin and I discuss our favourite (and most hated) movies, books, comics, TV shows and other malarkey. Spoileriffic.
Steele Wars.
Rogue One live reaction podcast recorded at 2:30am after a midnight screening of the new Star Wars film. Excessive spoileration.
Little Dum Dum Club.
Nazeem Hussein and I were subjected to one of Karl's interminable stories about Thailand, while trying not to look at a severely sunburned Dassalo.

Podcasts are fun.

I love doing them, and they live on the internet forever, so you can dip in and out all you like. If you've never heard it, you can dip into the old Poofcast archive and hear some insane behaviour from Scott Brennan, Toby Sullivan with myself and many, many guests.

Steele Saunders will soon be releasing the I Love Green Guide Letters Xmas episode, recorded live at the Exford last week, with special guests Chris Franklin, Chris Wainhouse as Jesus, Dilruk Jayasinha as Santa, and me as, well, me. I'm as camp as Christmas...

Some other fun podcasts I've done this year include Mike Check with Cameron James and Alexei Toliopoulos, where they talk about nothing by Mike Myers movies. I was subjected to a bafflingly blurry Director's Cut of the disco film 54, starring Ryan Phillipe, Salma Hayek and in the most questionable lead casting decision of all time, Breckin Meyer.

I also recorded an episode of the Adelaide Jerks podcast back in October, where we just read through the Missed Connections section of Craigslist. It was rude, stupid, and lots of fun. I'm pretty much eating an entire bowl of lollies throughout the whole thing. 

Shelf XIV Season Tickets ON SALE NOW (Limited Availability)
Video: VAC Midsumma Hypothetical 2016 (1hr 45min)
I'm hosting the Hypothetical again next year on January 17 at Deakin Edge
Heading to Melbourne for that long weekend at the end of January, and I'll be in Daylesford for ChillOut festival over the Labour Day long weekend, then off to the Gold Coast and Brisbane at the end of March before The Shelf fires up during comedy festival. All the details at
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