I don’t think it would be hyperbolic to say that 2010 has been the most momentous and exciting year since the dawn of time, writes Ben Pobjie.
In this week's Televised Revolution podcast Dennis and Dan discuss the more than likely demise of Hey Hey It's Saturday, Grant Blackley's promotion, the SA regional analogue shut-off and more.
Was 2009 the year that popular culture pushed the edgy right off the cliff face? From skits about kids with cancer to black face and rape scandal, Mel Campbell examines the power of the media shitstorm.
That black face loving comedy crew down at Hey Hey are returning to our humble screens next year, but will resident grouch Red Symons also return? Plus, news on the Myer renos.
2009 was a year of surprise hits for Aussie TV, with MasterChef, Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation, and the return of Hey Hey all defying the odds. A look back at the television year that was.
Blackface! A crucifixion! Masturbation! This week's coveted Wankley award goes to the outrage surrounding John Safran's new show Race Relations before it had even aired. Storm in a teacup, anyone?
Ben Pobjie presents minutes from Hey Hey's last Production Meeting, where a creative decision was made between "Jackson Jive", "Schmuckie the Jew With The Giant Nose", "The Asian Driver Song", and "Al-Boomah, the Exploding Arab Clown".
Daryl Somers wins this week's coveted Wankley Award, for not letting a bit of blackface controversy get in the way of crowing about Hey Hey It's Wednesday's stellar ratings.