Winner of 'Best Comedy' and 'Outstanding Production' at the 2019 Australian Podcast Awards. Welcome to SIZZLETOWN, the world’s first late-night call-in podcast, hosted by comedian and broadcaster Tony Martin, with Matt Dower on the Pots n Pans.
(Sensitive listeners should note that Tony has done his best to ensure the podcast is free of problematic content.)
WARNING: Problematic content.
Ep 57: Electric Ants
Shane [REDACTED] wants to fake his own death, Herb Twentyman has seen ‘Byron Baes’, a man in cargo shorts takes issue with the internet, and there’s another misleading song.
Ep 56: Potted Monster
The Hater is angrier than ever, The Pikelet Man faces new enemies, Harold Bitumen may be a millionaire, and Dion questions The Batman’s credentials.
Ep 55: Nanoworms!
Reg Tankwater has a word with himself, Niles Nyquist undergoes an intimate procedure, and Simon Haight seeks the April sun in Warringah.
Ep 54: Scotch
Dave Clacton rings in the new year, Clive Howlett has a new podcast idea, Tony has found a rare movie trailer, and Ron Pudding takes us out with a contentious song.
Ep 53: Unplugged: Fully Loaded
WARNING: Not a proper episode of ‘SIZZLETOWN', which returns next month. No callers, just Tony recalling every movie he saw in 1984, and reading something called ‘Language Most Foul’.
Ep 52: Reserve My Cancellation
SIZZLETOWN returns to Podworx for the 2021 season finale, with Dion, The Pikelet Man, David Lynch, Reg Tankwater, Shane [REDACTED] and a raft of callers from the past. Plus Pete Smith and Davey Lane, and at least one song.
Masters of the art of comedy
Thanks T Martin and Dower for your brilliant podcast! So clever, creative and hilarious!
Hilarious. You need to listen to this show
Having read a couple of Tony’s books (not to mention listening to the incredibly successful Martin Molloy, and his Nova guest spots), it’s clear that radio is a craft he loves. I believe he said he loved “The Goon Show” as a kid, and as a comedy veteran (as well as a great voice actor) he’s an absolutely brilliant addition to the pantheon. With Matt Dower on the pots and pans, the amount of work they put in results In a production that can only be described as truly Champagne Comedy.