The Sammy J Snack Pack is a weekly catch-up podcast featuring highlights from Sammy J's Breakfast program on ABC Radio Melbourne.
#20: Monstering Halloween, The World's Best Paper Plane and A Degree in Beatlemania
Comedian Tegan Higganbotham spooks out the Halloween-haters, world-record holder John Collins explains the craft of the perfect paper plane and journalist Matilda Boseley comes out swinging in favour of reality TV
#19: Superman’s Kiss, October’s Sordid Past and English Channel Swimming
Maths guru Adam Spencer lifts the lid on October, Superman’s kiss with a twist and Aussie swimmer Chloe McCardel on her record-breaking swim
#18:Paul McDermott's Reached Boiling Point, Calling vs Texting and Fairy Bread Outrage
Does your café get you hot under the collar? Matilda Boseley prefers texting to calling, author George Ivanoff on Australia's greatest UFO mystery and an American's fairy bread creation shocks the nation.
#17: Shakespeare's Plague, Miniature Pottery and Creepy Sunglasses
Why didn't Shakespeare talk about the plague? Plus Facebook and Ray-Ban team up for some high-tech headgear and we get In Da Club with miniature pottery maestro Nora Saudie.
#16: Lawn Porn, Wedding Crashers and Grand Final Parades
How many random guests were at your wedding? Sammy J meets a grass connoisseur, Dr Karen Freilich puts her back into good posture and we recreate the entire AFL Grand Final Parade with help from Catherine Murphy, Tony Armstrong and a Lord Mayor.
#15: Celebrity Bathroom Encounters, Randy's Crossing Borders and Kettle Rage is Here
Comedian Randy Feltface has successfully dodged every Australian lockdown of the past three months, broadcaster Raf Epstein detests electric kettles, and journalist Alice Workman brings out her finest puns to dominate the debating ring.
Love me some Snack Pack
It makes for a really enjoyable end to the working day to listen and laugh on the commute home.
Thanks Sammy J. Even our greyhounds can’t wait to hear your latest snacks each Thursday. We are north of the border and don’t get some( most) of the Melbourne references, but like to pretend we do. So hungry - please keep sending the snacks
Thoroughly enjoyed Sammy’s new show. Light and witty, do yourself a favour and give it a listen.