March 12, 2018
He's a small town comedian with a taste for the hypothetically hedonistic. Elliot McKenzie and a special call in guest are today's show, get busy listening and apologies for any audio quality discrepencies.
We're also on tour together! Check www.dunedinfringe.nz for tickets to Roast Battle and The Respecting Women Tour!
March 5, 2018
IT'S THE TRIUMPHANT RETURN. Big moments call for big guests, and we've got Joe Daymond of SHXT TALK, one of New Zealand's latest new talents here to talk about his meteoric rise in the comedy scene. And a bunch of other great stuff.
You can catch him at Roast Battle, The Respecting Women Tour and more at Dunedin Fringe: http://dunedinfringe.nz
July 31, 2017
We banter with Banter's Tim Batt (), not a lot of serious discussion, we basically just riff and it descends into the worst podcast of all time from there. I'm coming for you Paul Scheer. #BanterTVNZ
July 24, 2017
There's nothing like a successful AND youthful comedian to make you feel self conscious about your age. But other than that, Bridget Davies () is quite lovely!
July 18, 2017
No longer the best beard in New Zealand comedy, Jamaine Ross () saw comedy from behind the curtain before stepping out on stage as a stand up and part of Frickin Dangerous Bro, bro.
July 10, 2017
One of Christchurch comedy's most prominent figures of the past two decades, Associate Director of the Court Theatre Dan Bain () has stories and theories to share.
July 3, 2017
Second only to me, your esteemed host, Snap presented by RuseWebsites is the most beloved person in the New Zealand comedy scene and returns to debrief us on the Comedy Carnival and how he traumatized a past lover.
June 26, 2017
Back with a vengeance after a short hiatus, Ed Amon tells us the classic story of a boy who grew up watching Conan, Letterman and Seinfeld and how it somehow drove him to comedy.
May 23, 2017
Hot of being highly commended at the RAW Comedy Quest Finals, Christchurch's Ray Shipley talks both comedy and poetry while promoting synergy.
May 16, 2017
Returning legend and producer of the show Cameron McLeod returns to talk about developing his show 'This Is Steve' and traveling it across the South Island. Go like Spade Face Productions on Facebook, too!