Here it is! After a 2-year absence the Year in Review has returned, and it’s as bad as ever! But before you start reading, please note the Trigger Warning…
Come inside to listen back to the #P100 in full without any spoilers as to the Top 100 Songs of 2015…
Step inside to find out the Top 100 Songs of 2015!
Patrick’s digital copy of Do They Know It’s Christmas? (Feed The World) by Band Aid includes a spoken word intermission towards the end of the track in which the various celebrity participants greet listeners.
It’s Christmastime, and there’s no need to be afraid. At Christmastime, we let in the 1990s and we banished shade…
This week Patrick and his learned cricket colleague Paul tackle the demise of West Indian cricket, preview the fifth iteration of the Big Bash and, ahem, pay tribute to Shaun Marsh.
Patrick pays tribute to fallen Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland, chats about Steps for a bit, retells a Wild Things anecdote and reviews The End Of The Tour, a new film with distinctly 1990s roots.
Patrick and his much more professional co-host Paul look back on a thrilling three days (and nights) in Adelaide, give their verdict on day/night cricket and its future and look ahead to the first test versus the West Indies in Hobart. It’s a bloody good 40 or so minutes!
Doing exactly what it says in the headline! Come inside for a simple but still very informative look at how the Triple J Album Poll and Hottest 100 tend to feed off each other.
Illness couldn’t deter Patrick from playing some great songs from the 90s and freestyling about groundbreaking Found Footage film The Blair Witch Project and the upcoming Full House reboot, creatively titled Fuller House.