It’s the final show for 2015, and the two Gareths harass gourmet UK chef Matt Manning by each making him a cheese sandwich to judge. Which one will Matt pick? And which weird news story from around the world will tickle his fancy? How do you tickle a fancy, anyway?
Continue reading #53: Chef Matt Manning
Moroccan hipsters, animal espionage & nouveau riche filth
Raconteur, space pirate & comedian, Vittorio Leonardi, joins the Gareth on the pod couch as he visits Cape Town from Gauteng for a series of shows. A veteran of the comedy scene, he talks about his tentative first gigs at the now-defunct Randburg Waterfront, Witbank and more as well as the state of Joburg comedy today.
Continue reading #52: Vittorio Leonardi
Bitch magic, poop coffee & an exhausted squirrel
Comedian Arno Els stops by to chat & demonstrate his national award-winning latte art live on air, with generous interference from the Gareths.
Continue reading #51: Arno Els
Clone sex, seeping regret & a grammar Ashkenazi
Everyone’s favourite satirical musical comedian, Deep Fried Man, returns to the show as the two Gareths host him at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown.
Continue reading #50: Deep Fried Man returns
Wall-worthy, the Mega-Toad & Speedo Ngobeni
On location at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, the Gareths chat to comedian Warren Robertson about his new solo show, The Great Explorer, and Still Funnier Than Them with Chris Forrest & Deep Fried Man.
Continue reading #49: Warren Robertson returns
Semi-perfect, meat cake & a vomity mattress
Gareth A returns from the States to find that Gareth W did the podcast solo without him, roping in Dave Levinsohn. With three different guests standing the two hosts up, a guest-less episode ensues.
Tumblr baking fails, the world’s best vending machines and a whole lot of Frikkies are all covered this week. The duo also announce that they’ll be recording a few podcast episodes at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, and dispense some glib facts about the number 48.
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Banned fart smells, outrageously late beers & a pair of Moroccosins
It’s time for One G and a D! Wait – what?
With Gareth Allison out of the country for a week, Gareth Woods decides to go ahead with the podcast by attempting to interview comedian/MC/actor Dave Levinsohn.
Things get derailed almost instantly as Dave answers phone calls from friends, orders room service & offers advice and tips on how to better the show rather than simply be a guest, throwing Gareth W off. He also discusses his fake beer label, being considered black by a major local bank, worst gigs, and Bill Taylor, Bill Taylor and Bill Taylor.
Will Gareth W regain control, or will Dave replace both him and Gareth A? Get ready, folks – it’s Two G’s In A Pod as you’ve never heard it before…and may never again!
Want to read more about the bizarre news stories covered in this week’s episode? Of course you do! Find out more below, and don’t forget to follow Dave on Twitter:
Douchebag Wikipedia, MTV poetry & chicken candles
George’s favourite son, comedian Westley Cockrell, stops by to chat about CD hidden tracks & take on some more testing “Would You Rather?” questions from the Gareths.
Creative cheating now that teachers are more tech-savvy? Unprotected wi-fi? Twilight vs Nickelback? Yep, all that and more on this week’s Two G’s In A Pod!
Want more info on the weird news stories covered in this episode? Be sure to check out the links below for more.
Decided by a cut-throat game of rock/paper/scissors, Gareth & Gareth each take on some of the world’s toughest “Would You Rather?” questions on this week’s guest-less episode.
Has Gareth A delivered the best intro jingle yet? Can you tell a lie in international waters? And how close is too close when it comes to Nicolas Cage? Now’s your chance to find out – episode 45 of Two G’s In A Pod is here!
For more on the bizarre news stories (including the artist known as “Wanksy”) featured in the episode, check out the links below:
Budget Terry, awful movie pitches and a sexy scarecrow
Director, non-Gareth & independent filmmaker Quinton Lavery has made a name for himself directing many of the music videos you’ve seen from such bands as Van Coke Kartel, Jack Parow as well the brand-new “Toe Vind Ek Jou” duet between Francois van Coke & Karen Zoid that’s currently racking up the views over on YouTube.
Continue reading #44: Quinton Lavery