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This week on the show, tyrant of popular culture HG Nelson drops in to talk about his new book “The Fairytale: A Real And Imagined History Of Australian Sport” as well as a number of other topics such as the Brisbane Olympics, an Australian Republic and was Breaker Morant guilty or innocent? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
One of Australia’s most treasured authors, Andy Griffith joins the podcast to talk about his storied career. Starting off as a punk rock vocalist in Melbourne, before becoming a school teacher in the bush - and then pivoting into the nation’s first punk rock figure in children’s literature. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Toowoomba author and journalist Lech Blaine returns to The Betoota Advocate podcast this week. This starts out as a chat about Lech’s new memoir “Car Crash” - and ends up being a yarn about how Scott Morrison secretly hates rugby league and has never been pissed. Last time he joined us we were speaking about footy and happy clapping, this time we a…
 
Streaming in from London, it’s one of Western Australia’s most valued exports behind iron ore and disgraced politicians. Nick Allbrook, frontman or Pond talks to the editors about being stuck overseas in a pandemic while trying to your a long awaited and critically acclaimed new album. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Ross is a licensed private enquiry agent and investigations editor for Independent Australia. He's also putting together the Federal ICAC Now (FIN) Party to place senate candidates in the next federal election. With more and more questionable acts and policy coming out of Canberra, a Federal ICAC is needed more now than ever. https://www.federalica…
 
Dave Gleeson from the Screaming Jets talks about the amazing career he’s had as one of the original pioneers of Newy rock. On the eve of their 30 year anniversary of their 1991 album ‘ALL FOR ONE’ - Gleeso fills the editors in on his life and times since they hit the charts. It sounds like it’s been a lot of fun. See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
In part 2 of this interview, the editors ask Brendan Cowell about living in London as a hedonistic Aussie thespian. Where was he when his beloved Cronulla Sharks won the 2016 Premiership? How did he celebrate? And how did his life change after getting a start on Game Of Thrones as the Ironborn sea captain, Harrag. Brendan imparts a lot of wisdom on…
 
He’s an actor, director, screenwriter, author and degenerate Cronulla Sharks fan. Brendan Cowell joins the editors for a ripping lockdown yarn about the dizzy heights of Australian TV dramas, and the low lows of hard living. He’s now a Hollywood star, with a new book out about middle aged men and the importance of mateship in the suburban pubs of A…
 
The Betoota Advocate is joined by Queensland’s Leader Of The Opposition this week. From North Queensland to the Goldie, David Crisafulli has come a long way from his days as a journalist in Townsville. As the newly appointed leader of the LNP, the member for Broadwater has a big job ahead of him after the Labor landslide. Crisafulli talks to Clancy…
 
Former Paralympic gold-medal-magnet, Kurt Fearnley joins the podcast to talk about the exciting few weeks to come in Tokyo. From his early beginning in the tiny central west NSW town of Carcoar, to his current roles as TV host and heavyweight disability advocate/lobbyist. Kurt talks about who we should be looking out for in this crop of Paralympian…
 
This episode discusses the shocking footage coming out of Kabul this week. The editors are joined by Harry Sanna, a videographer and freelance journalist who has worked extensively in Afghanistan and South Asia over the last two decades. Clancy and Errol ask Harry what his experiences were like in the “graveyard of empires” - as a rogue journo foll…
 
One of The Betoota Advocate’s favourites is back on the podcast this week. John Safran discusses our newspaper’s recent cancellation for our controversial lockdown articles. He also explains his new fixation. The tobacco industry’s pivot into vaping - its a new obsession that he’s even gone as far as writing a book about. “Puff Piece” by John Safra…
 
Shark attacks, deep sea fishing and six hour swims. With the Australians dominating the pool in Tokyo, this week The Betoota Advocate interviews two people who have travelled the world swimming a bit deeper below the surface. Free diver, Julia Wheeler and Navy rescue diver Paul De Gelder are the hosts of Dirt Down Under. It’s a podcast that focuses…
 
He’s a military veteran, charity worker, territoryman and Federal MP. This week we talk to one of the Top End’s most critical opponents of the Morrison Government. Luke Gosling MP speaks to Clancy Overell about what Australia is leaving behind in Afghanistan after we withdraw all of our diplomats. Specifically: The loyal Afghani interpreters. He al…
 
The Jacaranda Queen, Bridie Jabour joins The Betoota Advocate Podcast this week to talk about growing up in Grafton and moving to the big smoke to become a writer.A journalist and author, Bridie has just published a book that explores that weird feeling that millennials are experiencing right now, as they realize they are soon to be no longer consi…
 
He’s a pioneer of rock music, talent management and FM radio. Glenn Wheatley joins The Betoota Advocate Podcast to talk about his life as one Australia’s true 1980s cowboy businessmen - the highs, the lows and the occasional mouthful of more than he could chew. Gen-Y might only remember him from the Telstra ads with John Farnham - but Glenn has liv…
 
On the eve of what could easily become a three-match State Of Origin whitewash to the NSW Blues, The Betoota Advocate has wrangled an interview with the man who will get them there. James Tedesco, talking rep footy, the Roosters, and growing up on a cattle farm in Sydney’s South West. In this episode, The Italian Stallion is quite gentle with the t…
 
In a first for The Betoota Advocate Podcast, the editors interview an Archibald Finalist and their subject in the same episode. Julian Meagher, the painter, and Craig Foster - the painting. This podcast weaves between art, sport and politics. Julian and Fozzie aren’t too different to one another - except only one of them has played for the Socceroo…
 
Former manager of The Wiggles and former frontman for The Cockroaches. He’s back, he’s solo and he’s got some great yarns to spin. Paul regales Errol and Clancy with some stories about the meteoric rise of the worlds most successful children’s entertainers and explains how that rock n roll DNA stayed with the boys throughout the hot potatoes and co…
 
Reuben Styles and Adam Hyde are in the booth this week. You might know them as the young kings that make up the 'computer music' duo known as Peking Duk. These two proud Canberrans give Clancy and Errol the rundown on how the fuck one gets involved in this Australian musical genre that they have helped pioneer. There's a lot of partying and a lot o…
 
After an 11 year residency in Las Vegas, the boys are back in town. In this episode, Clancy speaks to Toby Allen and Mike Tierney from Human Nature about their non-stop career that kicked off nearly 25 years ago. From crooning to pop to Motown and barbershop, these gents have to Bankstown proud - and they are touring Australia again. See omnystudio…
 
AVAILABLE NOW! The Betoota Advocate interviews the Leader Of The Opposition, Anthony Albanese. The editors ask Albo about housing, childcare and if he can lead a party for all Australians without bowing to the whingeing inner city elite. Which seats is he confident in winning back next election? And what’s going to happen with Christian Porter and …
 
his week, the face of Bondi Rescue talks gives our listeners a little insight into what doesn’t make the nightly programming. Aside from spending the last decade on TV screens in 151 different countries, there’s a lot more that comes with the responsibilities that Bruce Hopkins is tasked with between the flags and out past the headlands. He’s been …
 
The 2021 Australian Of The Year was in Betoota, so the editors rushed to get an interview before she took off back to Hobart. Grace Tame talks about the wild journey she’s been on for the last 6 months since she won the gong for her efforts in advocating for survivors. She also reveals that she used to work as John Cleese’s personal illustrator. Se…
 
With the 2021 Archibald Prize right around the corner, The Betoota Advocate editors interview five-time finalist Abdul Abdullah. From his unconventional artist beginnings as a Muslim kid raised in a Perth boxing gym, to his recent clashes with redneck councilors demanding his paintings be taken off the walls in Mackay Regional Gallery - Abdul’s att…
 
The Royal Flying Doctor Service continues to face some of the most significant challenges in their 92-year history.Against the backdrop of a global pandemic, the RFDS CEO Greg Sam spoke to our editors about how frontline staff have continued flying to remote and rural locations, retrieving patients in times of emergency and providing essential prim…
 
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