Joel Cassim challenges a very special guest programmer to choose four tracks based on the traditional bridal rhyme, ʻsomething old, something new, something borrowed, something blueʼ, and then join him in the studio to chat about their choices! How they interpret it? Completely up to them!
Set to become one of the biggest names in Australian comedy, Dane Simpson knows how to spin a yarn. Whether it's a story about himself, or the funny situations his family seems to get into, Dane's stories are relatable, while leaving you in stitches!
If Dane looks familiar to you, it's because you may have seen him and his witty answers on Have You Been Paying Attention!
Performing all over the country, including Sydney Fringe Comedy, Dane stopped by to play a few of his favourite tracks, and tell us a few hilarious stories!
Actor, writer, and comedian Lizzy Hoo joined us this week to talk all things comedy, musical talent, and the Brisbane Ukulele scene! About to hit the stage at Sydney Fringe Comedy with her show Ferris Wheel Club (with fellow funny friends JT and Claudia Rae), Lizzy joined us to play four of her favourite songs.
Make sure you get in fast and grab your tickets to see Lizzy Hoo!
After studying law for three years, Rachael Millanta found her calling. It was in acting! After moving into improv, and telling herself she'd never do comedy, Rachael is now about to perform her first ever solo festival show Lower Your Expectations as part of Sydney Fringe Comedy. You can also catch her all over town, performing with Sydney improv troupe Night Shift, or Sunday nights at What She Said!
If that's not enough Rachael for you, she will also be performing at A Likely Story at Cafe Lounge in October!
One of, if not the most important show at 2ser, is our Breakfast program. From 6am weekdays, our most popular magazine show brings you the latest news and diverse stories you are unlikely to find anywhere else!
Host of 2ser Breakfast is Tess Connery, and she joined me on Old New Borrowed Blue this week to talk all things radio, interviews, and politics!
Rhyan Clapham, better name by his stage name Dobby, is a Sydney Hip Hop artist, producer, and to top it off, can drum too!
He is also a tutor of Indigenous Studies, a radio host, and somehow finds time to run workshops, and teach others his art, in community centres around NSW!
Having sat down with musicians from the likes of Paul McCartney to Ice Cube, and everyone in between, Zan Rowe has interviewed more people than you can point a mic at. Currently hosting Double J Mornings, Take 5, and Bang On with Myf Warhurst, Zan shot to broadcasting stardom takings the reigns of Mornings on Triple J, where she brought us tonnes of new music and science answers with Dr Karl.
Presenter, journalist, and mega music fan, Zan sat down on the opposite side of the desk, and let me ask her the questions!