Dodo AIDS is making a comeback - #ClimateWeekQLD - 6th June 2019

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#ClimateWeekQLD

Hello Dan Ilic here —

Thanks to the Queensland Government for inviting us to perform at Climate Week .
The team of producers were incredible, and the production staff at the Brisbane Powerhouse were slick professional units.

You may notice there is one word we’re avoiding to say in the show. That word begins with A and ends in I, has Dan in between. We were told about 20 minutes before the show, so some minor tweaks had to happen on the fly. I’m sure you’ll enjoy listening to that as we go.

Bridie Connell and Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd do some topical music for us. Tom Ballard tells us that it’s all over and there’s no hope left. The Queensland Government put a bid in for the 2038 Nuclear Winter Games. MICF Pinder Prize winner Steph Tisdell give insects the tick of approval, and goes on the hunt for true love with an entomologist. Mel Buttle hopes that foodies will go extinct. Alan Jones has some thoughts on climate change. Professor Hilary Bambrick scares us all to death with what the real health ramifications are for humans on a warming planet. Lewis Hobba thinks he has solutions to the climate crisis, but ends up just blaming Queenslanders for it all.

It is truly and excellent 90 minutes of climate change banter.

00:00 — Pre Show: AFP Warning.
01:25 — Start.
02:15 — Introductions.
05:33 — Bridie and Wyatt Introduction.
16:25 — Fearsome Fears: Freedom Gas.
21:15 — Fearsome Fears: Flygskam.
25:00 — Fearsome Fears: The internet will be underwater.
27:30 — Tom Ballard: We’re all f***ed.
37:48 — Queensland’s Bid for 2038 Nuclear Winter Games.
40:16 — Steph Tisdell: Care about insects.
47:45 — Mel Buttle: Foodies must die.
1:00:30— Alan Jones’ Gloating.
1:03:35— Prof. Hilary Bambrick: Health and Climate
1:19:23— Lewis Hobba: Don’t vote for the climate.
1:28:50— Queenslanders Apologise to Australia.
1:30:03— Bridie and Wyatt’s Climate Love Song.
1:33:33— Credits.

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