The world has changed a lot in 20 years and Hamish & Andy have been broadcasting through all of it. In their new podcast series, The Remembering Project, the boys are digging into their extensive archive to see what they can remember (or rather forget…)
Whether it’s a personal memory, a significant moment in history or the silliness of a segment that catches their eye, Hamish and Andy will look at their notes from over 2,500 shows, across two decades, to try and remember what was going on behind the scenes as well as on air.
They then listen back to the original audio, often to find their recollections are completely wrong, but it’s always a super fun journey back in time.
Enjoy a trip down memory lane with Australia’s most successful radio and podcast duo.
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What Happened In Dream Week Again?
In the season finale the boys remember the time they lost a lot of money making DVDs for True Story which would never sell, Hamish fondly remembers Layla’s Loot Shoot, and the guys reminisce about Dream Week, where Hamish had a psychic dream about Adam Levine.
Andy’s Mum Can’t Tell Us Apart
The boys remember their failed attempts at learning ‘Uptown Funk’ when rehearsing for Cool Boys & The Frontman, and pivoting to an easier song. Plus they remember the time they pranked Andy’s mum in the Switch Up Game.
A Winds Of Glory Update After 8 Years
The boys remember the time Matt Damon named a listener’s baby as part of, “Baby Namin’ with Matt Damon,” going totally nuts with listeners in Beijing, and look back at one of their favourite segments, ‘Winds of Glory,’ where listeners would fart in famous places.
How The Logies Ruined Our Friendship
The boys remember an iconic quote from Catherine Zeta-Jones, as well as Hamish’s dad’s aversion to Emojis. Plus, they recall when they were both nominated for the Gold Logie - which nearly tore their friendship apart.
All About Dogs
The boys remember Paris Hilton’s brief prison stint, and reminisce about dog movies that they saw over the years. Plus, they deep dive into a shortlived segment called “Loophole Hunters” where the guys try to find a loophole in the rules of soccer that also happened to involve dogs.
I Shouldn’t Have Cupped For Streaking Duk
A good memory test about an old Holly Valance film, plus the hard task of trying to get an emoji approved. Then the boys remember the time they streaked with Peking Duk, purely because they thought “Streaking Duk” was a funny pun, and they recall the woes of one of their producers who had to drive the four naked men home from a soccer pitch for the stunt.