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It's Time To Go: A Big Brother Australia Podcast

By Lipp Media

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Description

With bum dances, “free the refugee” protests, and turkey slaps, two pre-teen lads in a far back time (2001) experienced the thrill of unprecedented late-night access to humans filmed in a sparsely decorated Dream World set doing absolutely nothing. Did they realise they were watching Australian television history unfold in real time? No. Did they try to find ways to watch Big Brother: Uncut without their parents finding out? Definitely. Big Brother was a phenomenon in Australia, and almost two decades later Jayden and Ben have decided to reignite the flame. Join them on their weekly journey in watching every single episode, from the show’s glistening highs of season one, to it’s devastating ousting of Gretel Killeen in favour of the Nine Network. It’s nostalgic, silly, and edited to make Jayden and Ben the most attractive hosts in podcast history.

Customer Reviews

I didn't realise I needed this, but boy do I.

The best thing about podcasts is when you stumble across discussions about the lame aspects of pop culture you care so deeply about. These boys approach Australian Big Brother in a respectful way: not just a chance to ogle at naked bodies on Uncut, but an opportunity to comment on the human condition through the lens of Australian culture in the early naughties. Can't wait for their review of the ONLY season of CBB (and the Uncut episodes, obvi).

Great memories

Fantastic fun & easy listening. Hope there are more episodes to help us reminisce Keep it up!

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