The Full Catastrophe June 19th 2010

In TFC on June 19, 2010 at 10:54 pm

It’s been a difficult week at Joy with the passing of a station stalwart Addam Stobbs.  Our thoughts are with his loved ones and TFC will do what it always does and dedicate it to his immense contribution to the radio station.

It was Radiothon show #2.  Every membership dollar counts and every donation goes to sustain one of the things that makes Melbourne so…Melbourney.  If you haven’t, go to the Joy 94.9  website and do the right thing.


Here’s A How-De-Do – Frankie Howerd

Frankie does Gilbert & Sullivan.  Howerd was a self-loathing closeted gay man who was a big comedy star in the UK in the 1940s and 50s, fell from grace and then got a career kickalong in the early 1960s. The master of the double entendre and stuttering delivery. It sounds spur of the moment, but every “oo, ah, miussus” was scripted.

Money Burns A Hole In My Pocket – Dean Martin

Mbayi Mbayi – Soweto String Quartet

The Gambler – Kenny Rogers


If It’s Magic – Stevie Wonder

You’ve Got To Stay In The Game – Combo Fiasco

A Wonderful Guy – Lee Adam Wilshier

Absolutely Fabulous – Pet Shop Boys

If It’s Magic – Stevie Wonder

Coulibaly – Amadou & Mariam

Performers from Mali who were part of the World Cup kick off.

Underground – Ben Folds Five

My Room – Earl Okin

In A Mellow Tone – Chris Tanner’s Virus

Ac-Cen-Tchu-Ate The Positive – Clint Eastwood

The Cat Came Back – Jim Craig 

Mellow Saxophone – Roy Montell

Glitter & Be Gay – Barbara Cook

From the troubled, brilliant, little known “Candide.  The title says it all ! 

Night Train – Kadoc


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