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Bass Culture UK is the Black Music Research Unit at the University of Westminster, an academic research project exploring the impact of Jamaican and Jamaican-influenced music on British culture. Covering the period from the 1960s to the present day, with an initial focus on London and a particular interest in the years 1976 – 1981. We explore the impact of Bass Culture through the explosion of Jamaican genres like ska, reggae and dub in the UK to the development of distinct British variants ...
 
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it's the season finale of Pop Culture Clash and we've picked a doozie! The two morning childrens programs, Saturday Disney and Cheez TV. These two shows were long running and for good reason. Zak and Ainslie discuss the various cartoons that these shows hosted, the almighty prize packs and of course the amazing hosts that presented these shows. Tha…
 
Its the Ed Kavalee special 'where two shows that Ed featured in prominantly. Zak and Ainslie decide which of these two comedy series is the better of the two? The ground breaking improv based live sketch show that spawned two international spin offs or TV Burp which only lasted 8 episodes before being pulled by the network. It's some stiff competit…
 
late night chat shows are a dime a dozen in the states but Australia had two very notable shows to bring to the genre. Rove Live and Enough Rope, both involved a celebrity talking to an australian host but that's where the similarities stop they both had different ways to approach their guest and Ainslie and Zak discuss which of the two shows have …
 
This episode is a Gristmill Productions special. Ainslie and Zak delve into two of the world of Wayne Hope and Robyn Butler, a comedic writing, acting, producer director duo that made have made many programs for Aussie tv. Two of those programs are discussed today. The Librarians and Very Small Business. in this episode Ainslie and Zak discuss the …
 
We're feeling fine and switching over to Channel Nine and watching more mid 2000's kid shows. But hey, whoa there, is that some decent writing and acting I see up on the horizon? It is! Zak was anticipating two ''middle of the road'' kid shows but instead he watched two ''pretty nice road'' kid shows. Ainslie also takes us down a trip to nostalgia …
 
Music, fashion, nostalgia and miscellaneous trivia. Ainslie and Zak discuss two very good celeb panel based quiz shows with outrageous moments abound. Adam Hills and Shaun Micallef are both lovely men and the shows have a great energy to them. But there can only be one winner will Ainslie and Zak come to a final decision?…
 
Get ready to LOL, LMAO and if you're up to it do a little ROFL. It's the sketch show round where two aussie channel 10 sketch shows battle it out. Which quirky characters are quirkier? What catchphrase is most quotable? listen now to find out.Ainslie Rose and Zak Marrinan による
 
Surf's up dude .That's right! Get ready to ''Cowa'' your ''Bungas", Grab a surf board or turn into a mermaid. Zak learns why so many females are drawn to the appeal of mermaids and Ainslie reflects on the innapropriate and ''edgey'' attitudes of tough surf boy Edge.Ainslie Rose and Zak Marrinan による
 
Home cooking, region-based tourism and middle aged grandmas audibly salivating over vermicelli noodles. Those are just some of the many topics that Ainslie and Zak engage in during a stirring discourse relating to three Australian commerical lifestyle programs. These three programs all happen to feature middle aged burly men (two of these men also …
 
Jacquis has got a new podcast, The Cast with Rae & Jacquis! In it, he & Rae Sanni are reviewing iconic reality tv moments and deciding if their stars deserve to be cast in a reality tv royalty lineup. This episode (E3), Rae & Jacquis review a moment from one of their favorite tv shows: The Challenge. In this iconic clip, Johnny Bananas commits the …
 
Get ready for some hot takes and hindsight as Ainslie and Zak discuss the first two comedy series created by Chris Lilley, We Can Be Heroes vs Summer Heights High. Both shows feature Chris Lilley playing multiple characters from a variety of other backgrounds (oooh boi). What will Ainslie and Zak say about these divisive, controversial and SUPER po…
 
Oh Bert Newton, you devilish scoundrel. In this episode, Ainslie and Zak talk about Australian television heavy hitter - Bert Newton and two of the shows he had hosted. Bert's (trademark) Family Feud and 20 to 1. Ainslie had never watched Bert's saucey antics on Family feud and Zak regails us with a tale of his time as an audience member during an …
 
Have you ever? Ever felt like this? Where Strange things happen, are you going round the twist? It's a pop culture clash first. No match-up, no competition. Just Ainslie and Zak's retrospect on the revolutionary television show Round the Twist. Keeping in theme with the series of the mid-2000's Ainslie and Zak cover all the aspects of the 3rd and 4…
 
It's time to change the channel and switch the tv to SBS to watch some naughty, crazy off the wall aussie comedy. This week Ainslie is introduced to the dark scary world of independent series such as Wilfred and Pizza and what will be her overall take-away (pun intended) for these two shows? whilst Zak revisits his childhood of sneaking out of his …
 
lifestyle, gardens, veterniary care and Jaime Duries legs. What else is there to say? In this episode Ainslie and Zak discuss which episode that focused on home lifestyle and slotted in at prime time for Australian audiences everywhere (which is totally reasonable and not at all a perfect example of Australian media being a bland tasteless, generic…
 
Freeze punk! You're under arrest! Prepare for some gritty crime dramas set in the dark, crime ridden city of Melbourne (voted most liveable city for six years in a row by the EIU Globex liveability index). Good cops and bad cops, gangsters with integrity and bogans with weapons what more could you want?…
 
Expect a lot, give it a shot. You can own the zone. So Go Go Stop! those masterful lyrics are from one of the two kids game shows we talk about today. It's the primary school affiliated quiz contests! Go Go Stop with its high tech cutting edge technology plasma screen tvs and the sensible but at times super intense It's Academic. Which of these sho…
 
Outer space, aliens and parallel universes, that's right! it's the science fiction round of Pop Culture Clash. Ainslie and Zak talk about their favourite moments from the three hit kids shows: The star trek-esque ensemble Silversun, the Blair Witch Project-esque scottish/aussie production Jeopardy and the multiverse theory laden kids show Parallax.…
 
It's time to travel the world, talk to people from various cultural backgrounds, get severly injured or mentally traumatised. It's a bout for the ages between Hamish and Andy; The loveable mainstream larrikens who journey the world in their Caravan of Courage or the offbeat and peculiar John Safran who participates in a number of different religous…
 
It's time to snap back to reality! Oh! There goes gravity whoa! Ainslie and Zak tackle two of the biggest reality television shows in Australia. The singing competition that introduced the world to Andrew G, Guy Sebastion and devastating behind the scenes drama such as poor Cosima Devita. They also talk about BIg Brother a program that showed your …
 
it's a club-off between two childrens programs that both involve young girls getting up to mischief and going on adventures. Ainslie raves about the love triangles and being part of a club and Zak over analyses television that was created and aimed toward tween audiences.Ainslie Rose and Zak Marrinan による
 
It's time to learn kiddies. Ainslie and Zak discuss two prominent educational science based kids programs. The long running champion Totally Wild and the scrappy but formidable Backyard Science. These shows have everything - Attractive hosts, Jabberoos, Waxed eyebrows and experiments involving dead animals. sit back and ejoy episode 6. Who knows, y…
 
In this episode. Zak introduces Ainslie to two iconic Australian comedy tv shows. Good News Week and The Chasers War On Everything. Both shows targeted political figures, A-list Celebrities and absurd news headlines for comedic purposes and not to mention they also had their fair share of controversy BUT which show is superior?…
 
TW In this podcast certain topics such as sexual violence, rape and domestic violence will be discussed. It's the first Heated debate of Pop Culture Clash. Ainslie and Zak discuss which aussie ''Procedural Soap Opera'' is truly the best of the 2000'sAinslie Rose and Zak Marrinan による
 
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