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Join Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin for an ANZAC Day edition of 'Don't Shoot The Messenger'.
Updated show notes coming soon!
BONUS Footy Tips Round 5Don't Shoot The Messenger add
Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin with their Tips for Round 5.
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An early record for Caro and Corrie - the perfect excuse for Corrie to still be in slippers (there’s a story behind them too). [6.00] https://www.bertieslippers.com.au
We kick off with a bit of housekeeping then it’s off to CHOGM. Will Prince Charles get the Queen’s gig? [8.00].
We head back to the MCG to touch on Eddie Maguire’s involvement in shaping the future of AFL Grand Finals [14.00}, then take a turn Trump and Comey’s way [22.00].
After Malcom Turnbull’s recent run in with hazy John Farnham lyrics - Caro and Corrie want to know ‘What Songs Lyrics Have You Stuffed Up?’. [25.30]. https://www.facebook.com/dontshootpod/
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In Books, Screen and Food - Corrie’s been fascinated by Tom Bower’s bio of Prince Charles ‘The Rebel Prince’, Caro’s found a new series to fill her recent Netflix void and Corrie share’s the best recipe for Coconut Macaroons ever (thanks to her friend Jill). [28.00].
Caro’s Grumpy about Possums [37.00] and in 6 Quick Questions [39.00] Caro and Corrie talk AFL, Neil Finn’s recruitment to Fleetwood Mac plus Caro reminisces about Olympic Opening Ceremonies.
Corrie’s ‘Crush of the Week’ is Beyonce [42.45], plus Caro’s ‘GLT’ involves champagne.
BONUS Footy Tips Round 4Don't Shoot The Messenger add
Corrie Perkin and Caroline Wilson tip Round 4 of the AFL season.
Round 1 - 6 all (as we missed tipping this round).
Round 2 - Corrie 8/9, Caro 4/9
Round 3 - Corrie 4/9, Caro 8/9
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We kick off with a little housekeeping this week and a few apologies! Then it's on to PM Turnbull and THAT 30th News Poll and Corrie's critique of Bill Shorten who seems to lack a bit of 'cut through' of late. [10:00]
With the Royals in the country we discuss Prince Charles the royal visit and get a sneak peak at Corrie's reading for next week Tom Bower's 'Rebel Prince'. [16.00]
We scrutinise some recent journalistic decisions and weird reporting - including the Michael Clarke 'comeback' story and the latest revelations in the Geoffrey Rush saga. [20.30].
Plus it's 50 years since Bernie Taupina and Elton John met and began creating incredible music - Caro and Corrie choose a few of their favourites from this songwriting power house. [25.30].
In Books, Screen and Food - Caro's been reading 'The Yellow Papers' by Dominique Wilson, Corrie's been bingeing on the TV series 'Occupied' on Netflix and Caro shares her favourite Bill Granger 'Salad Nicoise'. [32.45]
Corrie's very grumpy about a customer experience at her bank [42.00] and in 'Six Quick Questions' we talk codewords, Carlton Football Club, Golf and Bridge. [44.00].
Caro gives her 'Crush Of the Week' Daisy Pearce a huge rap.
Corrie shares a GLT for anyone being challenged by toddlers eating habits. [51.30]
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BONUS Caro and Corrie's Footy Tips - Round 3Don't Shoot The Messenger add
In Round 2 - Corrie picked 8 out of 9, Caro 4 out of 9.
Let's see how they go with Round 3.
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Corrie Perkin and Caroline Wilson are joined by Caro's husband (and state political reporter for Channel 7 news) Brendan Donohoe.
Caro talks 'Tiges on Tour' and a wonderful few days in Adelaide, Brendan explains the 'Good Friday Fiasco' in the Victorian State Parliament and on the federal scene we take a look at the formation of the 'Monash Forum'. Plus we ask 'where to from here?' for Australian Cricket.
In 'BSF' - Corrie's got a great great recommendation for your Book Club with 'The Death of Noah Glass' by Gail Jones, Brendan and Caro have been bingeing on 'Collateral' on Netfix and Caro shares the recipe for 'Bang Bang Chicken'.
Caro's grumpy with Jeff Kennett and we talk golf, the Royals, Wayne Newton and much more in '6 Quick Questions'.
BONUS: Caro and Corrie's Footy Tips - Round 2Don't Shoot The Messenger add
Ahead of the extended Easter long weekend Round 2 of AFL - Caro, Corrie and producer Jane talked tips, and a little bit of festive food as well.
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This week we talk footy after Round 1 of the AFL and the AFLW Grand Final.
Caro and Corrie discuss 'Australian sport's blackest day' after the shock revelations of ball tampering by Aussie cricketers in South Africa.
We're inspired by the 'March For Our Lives' rally in Washington and talk Trump, as things heat up in the White House.
In BSF - Corrie checks out a wonderful cookbook 'Feasting - A New Take On Jewish Cooking' by Amanda Ruben, Caro shares her rave review of her son Ned Donohoe's new documentary film 'Little Joe' which takes us into the world of rave parties and Corrie shares a delicious mixed tomato salad fromOstro.
Caro's grumpy about foul language at the footy and in '6 Quick Questions' it's everything from Hot Cross Buns v Easter Eggs to Derryn Hinch and favourite car tunes.
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Caro and Corrie dig deep into the ethics of journalism this week and take a look at those who are doing it well (and were acknowledged at the Quill Awards last week) and those who perhaps need to have a look at the journalist’s code of conduct again.
Mark Robertson’s grilling of Gillon McLachlan on ‘AFL 360’ is up for discussion, as is the panel of ‘Footy Classifieds’ – Corrie gives Caro her first episode review.
In BSF = Caro has been reading ‘To Know My Crime’ by Fiona Capp, a real page turner set on the familiar cliff of Sorrento. Corrie’s been glued to ‘4 Corners’ on the small screen and we take another trip down memory lane with Caro’s ‘Working Girl Dinner Party’ menu.
In ‘Six Quick Questions’ we touch on the upcoming ‘March For Our Lives’ rally in Washington, Commonwealth Games and the Royal Wedding dress code.
Caro’s ‘Crush of the Week’ is Trent Cotchin and our ‘GLT’ reeks of rodents!
Don’t forget you can vote for the show in the Australian Podcast Awards via this link.
The Quill Awards [9:53]
Good and Bad Journalism [13:50]
Journalists Code of Conduct [18:54]
'Footy Classified' review [22:30]
Book, Screen Food [28:10]
What Are Your Grumpy About Today? [36:55]
'Six Quick Questions' [37:45]
Caro's Crush of the Week - Trent Cotchin [40:30]
GLT - Rats and Mic [41:20]
Books mentioned in this episode
Fiona Capp 'To Know Your Crime'
Ian McEwan 'Amsterdam'
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Join Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin for Episdoe 29 of 'Don't Shoot The Messenger'.
This week on the podcast Caro and Corrie ask the question “Where to now for former Lord Mayor of Melbourne Robert Doyle?”, St Kilda Football Club return to their home turf at Moorabbin and we look at the future of suburban footy ovals plus student protests continue at one of Melbourne’s most high profile private schools.
In BSF Corrie loses a day on the weekend reading Tim Winton’s new novel ‘The Shepherd’s Hut’, Caro is shocked by her trip to the movies to see ‘Red Sparrow’ and we dust off Caro’s Aunt Louise’s recipe book (which even includes a bit of poetry).
In ‘What Are You Grumpy About Today’ Corrie fumes over the trend of customers talking on their phone while being served in shops and in ‘ 6 Quick Questions’ we touch on Sam Newman and the return of ‘The Footy Show’, Tiger Woods, Graydon Carter’s farewell to ‘Vanity Fair’ and Corrie has a political ‘Crush of the Week’.
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This week Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin are joined by regular guest and long time friend 'Anna From the Op-Shop' aka Anna Barry.
We take a look at federal politics as the Feb Farce turns into March Madness.
The 2018 Oscars provided plenty of fashion fodder while Francis McDormand's 'inclusion rider' speech drew support and criticism.
David Warner's recent incident in South Africa sparks a discussion about sledging in sport.
In BSF we talk 'Howard's End' on the small screen, Delia Ephron's book 'Siracusa' and a quick Jamie Oliver chorizo and salmon dish.
Anna's grumpy about irresponsible dog ownership while Caro confesses her 'Crush of the Week' is Cat Patrick Dangerfield.
In '6 Quick Questions' we touch on the 'March Four Our Lives' rally, International Women's Day, Richmond's re-signing of Dimma, Caro's new TV boss Eddie McGuire and Tom v Nicole.
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Don't Shoot The Messenger - Ep 27 Caro, Corrie and Mike SheahanDon't Shoot The Messenger add
In a special extended episode of the podcast, Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin are joined by Mike Sheahan - for one of the most revealing and heart felt episodes yet.
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This week on Don’t Shoot The Messenger. . .
The Barnaby Joyce Saga continues and while he clings to the leadership of the National Party, the situation is becoming increasingly chaotic and Caro and Corrie have some strong opinions on how the PM has handled the matter. Meanwhile Toby Abbot seems to be making the most of the situation – but to what end? We delve into great political rivalries after the second instalment of the Bob Hawke documentary ‘The Larrikin & The Leader’ plus Caro shares some of the memorable moments from journalist Michael Gordon’s funeral.
After another horrific school shooting in the US, we discuss the power of the NRA to influence US politics and look at what Corrie is describing as a ‘watershed moment’ as students, film stars and even high profile sports coaches begin to raise their voices in protest at the lack of action on gun control by current political leaders.
In Books, Screen and Food – Caro’s been reading ‘A New England Affair’ by Steven Carroll and after seeing several fantastic movies recently admits to being disappointed by the new film ‘Phantom Thread’. Corrie takes us on a trip down memory lane (armed with her Mother’s well-loved recipe book) and recollections of 70s dinner parties and also shares her Dad’s Mint Marinade for BBQ lamb,
Caro’s grumpy this week about accidentally throwing out her TV remote with the weekend papers, and in 6 Quick Questions we talk BAFTA fashion, THAT performance of the American national anthem by singer Fergie and ask the question ‘Which AFL President is the biggest hypocrite?’.
Caro’s ‘Crush of the Week’ is Lyn Swinburne plus there’s a GLT for all of the gardeners out there.
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Join Corrie Perkin and Caroline Wilson for Episode 25 of 'Don't Shoot The Messenger'.
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This week on ‘Don’t Shoot The Messenger’ Caro and Corrie discuss the bumpy start to the Women’s Footy season and question whether Gillon McLachlan should have voiced his concerns about the competition so openly. Caro makes the case for affirmative action when it comes to TV presenters expressing some strong feelings about Craig Hutchison’s choice NOT to have a woman hosting the Women’s Footy Show. Caro’s also been to another launch, for Sam Lane’s ‘Roar’.
Sadly it’s Vale to one of the most loved Australian journalists Michael Gordon, Caro and Corrie pay tribute to a great friend and great writer.
Town Hall gets dubbed ‘Clown Hall’ as the Lord Mayor steps down, and we reminisce on some of the colourful characters who’ve held the position in years gone by.
Caro took Mike Sheehan to the movies to see “I Tonya” and declares Margot Robbie a contender for the Oscar for ‘Best Female in a Lead Role’ a category Corrie agrees is one of the most fascinating awards competitions of the year.
In BSF – Caro’s been reading ‘Anatomy of a Scandal’ by Sarah Vaughan, it’s ‘Molly’s Game’ on the big screen and for those committing to Feb Fast we’ve got a delicious non – alcoholic drink courtesy of Caro’s Mum Julia.
Reality TV is making Caro very grumpy this week and in ‘6 Quick Questions’ everything from transgender athletes, the Winter Oympics and Scrabble etiquette are on the agenda.
Plus Corrie has another Kevin ‘Crush of the Week’ and a sickly sweet ‘Good Local Tip’.
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With calendars already filling up with events and work commitments we’re back in full swing as we say goodbye to Summer holidays.
Caro attended the AFL Women’s Launch which she described as ‘a beautiful launch’ but while she felt the AFL got a lot right, there were a couple of things the AFL didn’t quite get right.
This week its Vale Ron Walker and Joan Hamilton – Caro and Corrie discuss the contribution of both of these influential individuals. Caro noted the absence of an AFL official representative at Joan Hamilton’s funeral and spoke of her catch up with Eddie Mcguire, prompting Corrie’s critique of Caro and Eddie’s relationship.
While the Grammy Awards didn’t quite hit the mark for Caro and Corrie , Hilary Clinton’s appearance sparked some interesting discussion about Michael Wolf’s book ‘Fire and Fury’. We talk porn names as speculation continues about Donald Trump’s alleged affair with an adult film star.
Following the success of the Australian Open Caro and Corrie reflect on just why Melbourne is such a sporting mecca and Caro weighs in on the Bernard Tomic debate suggesting ‘he’s just a tool’. In 'BSF' Corrie's been reading 'The Bettencourt Affair' by Tom Sancton. Caro's excited by the return of 'Call The Midwife' on ABC TV and Corrie shares a simple yet delicious version of Geoff Slattery’s crumble.
In '6 Quick Questions' we delve into ‘What makes a great house guest?’, the appeal of Kristina Keneally and Caro confesses to her daggy magazine addiction.Plus Corrie explains her surprise ‘Crush Of the Week’ in Kevin Andrews.
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Our first evening podcast record, fuelled by Caro's 'Drink of the Summer'.
This week Caro and Corrie dive into the Australia Day debate - should we change the date or not?
Germaine Greer was recently awarded the UK's Australian of the Year, but is she as relevant today as she was when Caro and Corrie were younger? While Germaine's commenting on the #metoo movement we ponder the fate of Harvey Weinstein and Craig McLachlan.
It's off to the movies to see Steven Spielberg's latest flim 'The Post' - Caro and Corrie both give it the thumbs up.
Caro's got a smattering of Summer Footy News and in 6 Quick Questions Corrie asks 'has Gerard Whaetely done the right thing by leaving the ABC?'.
In keeping with her New Year's Resoloution - Corrie has read and reviews an old YA classic 'I Captured the Castle' by Dodie Smith plus she's been whipping up Donna Hay's Avocado and Haloumi Bruscetta as bar snacks while Caro recommends heading to the movies to see 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri'.
Making Caro grumpy this week the strain of the Summer calender and our obsession with the weather and much to Corrie's dislike Nicole Kidman triumps as Caro's Crush of the Week.
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Fresh from summer holidays Caro and Corrie bring us updates on their time spent on the Northern beaches of NSW and reminisce about holiday rituals including carnival memories, which weren’t always pleasant.
With Enid Blyton books flying off the shelves before Christmas Corrie revisits the Enid Blyton biography by Barbara Stoney and we talk about the influence of her prolific career.
Sexual misconduct allegations are back in the spotlight with Australian actor Craig McLachlan facing the music this week.
In BSF - Corrie has been reading ‘The Anatomy of a Scandal’ by Sarah Vaughan, Caro’s been off the the movies to see ‘All The Money in the World’ and she shares the recipe for Steve’s Twice Cooked Potatoes.
Australia’s male tennis players are making Caro Grumpy this week, Corrie’s Crush of the Week is Graydon Carter plus we talk beach hair, AFLX, Melbourne’s reported gang problems and so much more.
Books mentioned this week include. . .
'The Anatomy of a Scandal' by Sarah Vaughan
'Enid Blyton' by Barbara Stoney
'Baby Pip Eats' by Amie Harper
'Fire and Fury' by Michael Wolff