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Get This

Get This

Get This


Get This was an Australian radio comedy show that ran from 2006-2007 on Triple M. It was hosted by Tony Martin and Ed Kavalee, with prominent contributions from panel operator Richard Marsland. A different guest co-host is featured on the show each day and includes music played throughout. Frequently discussed topics on Get This include movies, current affairs, in-jokes, popular culture, Martin's and Kavalee's own lives, Marsland's media and writing exploits Read more on Last.fm
Get This was an Australian radio comedy show that ran from 2006-2007 on Triple M. It was hosted by Tony Martin and Ed Kavalee, with prominent contributions from panel operator Richard Marsland. A different guest co-host is featured on the show each day and includes music played throughout. Frequently discussed topics on Get This include movies, current affairs, in-jokes, popular culture, Martin's and Kavalee's own lives, Marsland's media and writing exploits, amusing news articles from around the world, and gossip from "celebrity insiders, onlookers, pals and lunchers" from tabloid magazines. Martin and the others create various comedy sketches that include the edited recordings of politicians such as Australian Prime Minister John Howard, musical parodies, advertisements and other sketches. Soundbites also feature regularly, with humorous comments, sounds, or sayings from politicians or the popular media included in various jokes, interviews, and songs. At the end of the program, Martin will pick a key phrase from that day's show, which has at times extended to fancy sound effects and news soundbites. Talkback Mountain is a segment in the show where a number of listeners call in to briefly discuss a chosen topic with the hosts, or share a related anecdote with the listeners.

In this segment there are also 'dovetails', where Kavalee will ask callers a follow-up question that runs counter to the main phone-in topic. This was a semi-regular concept also used on Triple M's drivetime program The Shebang in 2004-2005, which featured 'sub-questions' after the main question, such as 'what's your favourite banshee?'. The segment begins with a theme tune featuring a sample of the song Detachable Penis and a phone tone ringing effect and a sheep bleating. An alternative theme tune which is used is a sample of the song Tainted Love, and a range of sound effects and yodeling. More recently, the show's sketch producer, Matt Dower, has been creating a new Talkback Mountain theme for each show, including one based on the Sonny & Cher song I Got You Babe and one based on the Jive Bunny version of the Hawaii Five-O theme.

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