Comedy sketches, radio serials, show imaging, promos and other interruptions, produced for Australia's national youth broadcaster in the triple j radiophonic workshop.
An educational segment, written and performed by Sam Simmons, about where things come from and how they began. Wheat, hands, sport, girls, moths, sound – we take all these for granted, but their origins and true nature have always been shrouded in mystery – until now.
A five-part music documentary series created by Chris Taylor, Andrew Hansen and myself. Each half-hour episode tells the story of the making of a classic rock album – Lake Deuteronomy’s epic Spool in the Pits of Prometheus, The Fatcocks’ explosive punk masterpiece Corgi Scum, and legendary folk singer Egg Zagar’s tragically posthumous Whale Song.
New station imaging for triple j. Created in the ABC studios with a band made up of Jamie and Jerry from Bluejuice (bass and keys) Mick from Kid Confucious (drums) and Lindsay ‘The Doctor’ McDougall (guitar).
Stings, sounds and singing girls for the world's biggest music poll. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm...
Aztec Beach Party. Brrrrap!
Now playing the best of the 80s, 90s and mid-90s. Commercial radio interruptions written by Chris Taylor, originally broadcast on Today Today between 2004 and 2005.
A scratched CD, a badly timed studio tour, a medical advice segment gone terribly wrong. A few of the more awkward things to have happened on the radio in triple j’s recent history.
The best night of your life in under thirty seconds
A daily half-hour show presented by Chris Taylor and Craig Reucassel, covering the McCain v Obama battle for the White House.
Shoving the j into journalism! Stings and IDs created for Hack, triple j’s current affairs half-hour.
Alone in deep space, with the planets and stars his only friends...
Salty adventures of satanic navy vessel, originally broadcast on Jay and The Doctor's breakfast show, 2006-2007.
Quiet guy in the office reveals secret life as 80s rap star.
Grown-up radio! IDs and imaging for ABC local radio, created with Ben Fletcher (Devoted Few, Sarah Blasko, Bluebottle Kiss, his own darn self)