You know him from ABC TV’s 7.30. You know him from The Feed and The Roast and Pointless Australia and more. Yes, the autumn series continues with satirist Mark Humphries.
On Friday morning we talked about Australia’s coming decade of Scott Morrison as prime minister, magnets, Milo Yiannopoulos, Hyacinth Bucket, our wealth of political cartoonists, the sleeping patterns of snails, the first 20 elements of the periodic table, and even changing the orbit of the Moon.
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"The Third Wave" is a 1980 book by Alvin Toffler. It is the sequel to "Future Shock" (1970), and the second in what was originally likely meant to be a trilogy that was continued with "Powershift: Knowledge, Wealth and Violence at the Edge of the 21st Century" in 1990. A new addition, "Revolutionary Wealth", was published, however, in 2006 and may be considered as a major expansion of The Third Wave
There’s a lot of misinformation out there about 5G. Like… a LOT. We decided it was time to get to the bottom of the conspiracy theories to find the facts about 5G – so Mark Humphries, our 5G Chief Investigator, is on the case. Here are his findings.
Coming soon to Wednesday nights on ABC and ABC iview is Win The Week, a half-hour quiz show which pairs everyday Australians with celebrities. Hosted by Alex Lee (The Checkout, The Feed) with regular team member Craig Reucassel (War on Waste, The Chaser), it will be a test of news knowledge and loyalty, where everyday Aussies must know the news and betray their teammates to win.
When a lottery winner dies of shock, his fellow townsfolk attempt to claim the money.
Shaun Davey's music from Waking Ned Devine which accompanies the final scenes of the film. Davey used words from a traditional song and set them to his own, original, music. The song is sung by Liam O'Maonlai and The Voice Squad, with John McSherry on uilleann pipes and Nollaig Casey on fiddle.
Join resident ABC-TV 7.30 satirists Mark Humphries and Evan Williams as they show you the world of politics as you've never seen it before.
20. What property auctions would be like if the auctioneer called it how it actually is | 7.30 - YouTubeHousing prices in Australia's major cities have continued to skyrocket in recent months, locking more and more potential first home buyers out of the market. In response, 7.30 satirist Mark Humphries and his co-writer Evan Williams imagine what property auctions would be like if the auctioneer called it how it actually is.
Albert Hirschfeld (June 21, 1903 – January 20, 2003) was an American caricaturist best known for his black and white portraits of celebrities and Broadway stars.
[21 January 2003] To be the subject of a Hirschfeld drawing endowed one with a special cachet. To find the word "Nina"; the name of his daughter, hidden several times in the lines of his caricatures, was a weekend pastime for millions of readers. Next to his signature he put the number of "Ninas" in his drawings, creating a sort of pleasurable Sunday game for his admirers.
[9 October 2017.]
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