The year is 2005. The location is Prahran in Melbourne. Day 1 of film school. Day 1 of Damien Chestnut. He's a writer, a musician, a filmmaker, and a full time joke thinker-uperer. From Mooroolbark to Los Angeles and all the way to Ireland, a pun fuelled ramble takes us on his crazy adventure. Come this way, as he sifts through his creative constipation.

Sisters, the new Channel 10 series from the creators of Offspring, begins October 25th 2017. During her busy shooting schedule, one of the leading ladies, Maria Angelico, made the time to come and have a good old ramble, and chat about her experience leading the line, creating her own show, Movement, as well as working with Chris Lilley, and on the stage. 

The Kettering Incident. The Bill. Water Rats. Blue Heelers. Storytelling runs through the veins of Vicki Madden. As a writer, Showrunner, and producer, she is doing some amazing things for the screen industry in Australia.

QiGong is a holistic system of coordinated body posture and movement, breathing, and meditation used for health, spirituality, and martial arts training. If you could feel in your power, present & grounded at will, what difference would it make? Long time listners will know what an impact QiGong has had in my life, so I've turned to my teacher for this week's podcast, as he lifts the lid on the practice. For more information, visit https://www.embodyingman.com/.

Having worked with bands such as Gotye, Aloe Blacc, Greenday and more, Darcy Prendergast is an internationally recognised music video director. He is the founder of Melbourne based production company, Oh Yeah Wow, who have made some ground breaking music videos, as well as moving into narrative work, and TV commercials.  He's the creator of the Nickelodeon mini series, 'Supa Phresh', and the director of the whimsical 'Gary & Gabe'. To check out their work, including pieces we chat about in this episode, head to ohyeahwow.com.