Jeremy has launched his next project: Well May We Say!
The first episode features former SomethingWonky Guest Dave Erin Riley and the fine folk at The Weekly Hour tell us what’s Stuck In Their Craw.
We look forward to seeing you over at WellM
A slightly self-indulgent farewell, but with the best of intentions.
How much has changed in 200 episodes since June 2012? The answer may surprise you.
NOTE: Dave and Jeremy will both be announcing new projects via the SomethingWonky iTunes a
Featuring Guest Dave Wil Anderson.
And look, technically there was a running sheet, and we mentioned it at the beginning, but it’s not really an accurate description of the episode. It’s kind of a wonderful ramble through everything.
Something Wonky episode 197 for Friday 19 August 2016
Featuring Guest Dave: Tom Ballard
Tom’s Edinburgh show
Tom’s Soho show
Like I’m A Six Year Old, Tom’s podcast
The New Parliament
Guest Dave Rebecca Shaw (@Brocklesnitch) joins Jeremy to discuss
Libs vs Rudd
Greens vs Greens
War on LGBTI People The Continuing
Soft Sentences For Misogynists
Why Not Do A Podcast Just About Politics And Cats
What You Find When Y
With guest Dave Erin Riley.
Jobs for ex-PMs
Terrible ways of fixing the budget
Seriously That Plebiscite Is Totally Bonkers
brutal incarceration of indigenous young people
bankers vs the homeless
The Oz versus anyone who asks a q
For those of you who couldn’t join us live on election night and want to hear what happened, you can download a recording of the election night live stream.
And, now that the election campaign is over, and with it “Wonk The Vote”, we’ll be bac
A spreadsheet of the Victorian above-the-line parties, in a carefully-curated order by Jeremy - but in spreadsheet format so you can move parties around according to your preference:
Victorian 2016 Senate spreadsheet.
(Jeremy’s rationale: pro