Finding Desperado is a brand new investigative mystery podcast, hosted by comedians Alexei Toliopoulos and Cameron James - the team behind the most talked about podcast of 2019, Finding Drago. Australia’s premier (and only) pop culture detectives, Alexei and Cameron have uncovered a bizarre Guinness World Record from 2005. A record held by an elusive European aristocrat. A record that they believe to be fake.
S2 06 | Forgotten Dreams
This is it. Our journey from the pages of the Guinness World Records, to the dark depths of 1990s era chatrooms, to the streets of Amsterdam is coming to an end. Have we finally found our elusive and mysterious desperado?
S2 05 | Shadows of Blood
After months of searching for the mythical film ‘Lex The Wonderdog’, Alexei and Cameron finally have a break with the discovery of a long lost VHS horror film.
S2 04 | Dig up the dead
Cameron’s online sting has paid off, leading to the first real encounter with someone who has met our desperado, and into the graveyard of Lord Sydney’s showbiz career.
**Warning: this podcast contains some strong language**
S2 03 | An American miracle
On a detour through the mystical land of bohemian Ibiza, Alexei uncovers a woman who may be linked to both The Lord and to an iconic American Goddess.
S2 02 | Saviour Of The Streetdogs
Falling deeper into the online world of The Amazing Lord Sydney, Alexei and Cameron find themselves overwhelmed by a web of manifestos and false identities.
S2 01 | The World’s Youngest Filmmaker
Alexei and Cameron have uncovered an old Guinness World Record from a man claiming to be the world’s youngest filmmaker. A record that they begin to suspect is fake.
Top shelf stuff!
As a relative newcomer to this podcast stuff, you young laddies (or, should I say, Lords?!?) have taken me for quite a few rides over the past month or so. First, the Estate of Noy, then the fantasy of Ibiza’s good old days.
Please, Lord Alexei, Lord Cameron and Lord Bryce; more! And please get David back! He is a master story teller.
Will there be any more??
The guys at Guinness need to stare into their reflective covers and have a long think about what they’ve done
So glad it’s over so I can go back to my life