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Paul Verhoeven, author of Loose Units is back with a second book about his father John’s time in NSW police and it’s another fantastic, action-packed and funny read. There’s a deeper, darker side this time too, as the Verhoeven’s confront the brutal bullying Paul suffered during his childhood and the decisions his parents made around dealing with i…
 
Melbourne is losing more Aged Care residents due to COVID-19 than almost any other city in the world and Aged Care workers are copping a lot of the blame. Julie is passionate about her career and has some things to tell us. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
She was the brightest star on Australian television in 1990 and literally everything I wanted to be. We need to talk about what happened to Tania Lacy. http://tanialacy.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Maggie Kerr returns to Nitty Gritty this week to give us an astrological update. Your host is Meshel Laurie With thanks to guest Maggie Kerr https://www.universalastrology.com.au/ Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Podcast/The-Nitty-Gritty-Committee-with-Meshel-Laurie-782980195220726/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o…
 
South African/New Zealand comedian Urzila Carlson is in quarantine in a hotel in Sydney because she’s replacing Lindsay Lohan as a judge on Australia’s Masked Singer. She might be the perfect woman for our times. https://www.facebook.com/UrzilaCarlsonComedian/ Urzila’s 2nd Netflix special, Overqualified Loser is available now on Netflix. See acast.…
 
Lisa Westgate is a life coach. Meshel Laurie is in Covid lockdown again and in desperate need of some coaching! How about you? https://lisawestgate.com/#:~:text=Lisa%20Westgate%20has%20outgrown%20PTSD,positive%20Impact%20on%20the%20world.&text=After%20a%20decade%20as%20a,roof%20when%20the%20toaster%20popped. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op…
 
Maggie Kerr is an astrologer of over 30 years’ experience. She says everything that’s happening right now is just down to patterns and it’s all linked to things that’ have happened before. Today, Maggie’s telling us what patterns are playing out right now and in our immediate future. Your host is Meshel Laurie With thanks to guest Maggie Kerr https…
 
This week on Welcome To Hell, we’re sharing part 2 of our chat with comedian, actress and writer Rachel Berger. We talk about the role of women as nurturers, how Rachel's parent's survival story helped her through isolation, and buddhism. This is the last episode of Welcome To Hell. Thank you for listening and joining Nelly and Meshel every week in…
 
This week on Welcome To Hell, Meshel and Nelly are joined by comedian, actress and writer Rachel Berger. This is part one of our chat, because there was just too much to fit into one episode! We chat about what it’s like to be a female comedian, why Meshel wants to be like her father and how Rachel’s career success in the early days was a result of…
 
Nelly and Meshel loved him well before he was Mick on Offspring, and they love him still now. Our guest in Hell this week is Eddie Perfect, and we talk about what it was like for Eddie to move back to Australia from New York in the early days of the pandemic, the future of the arts industry in Australia and flu vaccines. See acast.com/privacy for p…
 
Are you wondering how L.A. lockdown is going? Or how brilliant comedians do gigs on zoom? Well we have those answers from our very flash guest, American comedian Jackie Kashian! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Nelly remembered another friend of ours who’s very useful. Fahey Younger who used to be a famously weird comedian in a duo called Miss Itchy, now she’s a secretly weird real estate advocate. She has lots a words of comfort and good advice for renters and mortgage payers alike. So many kinds of Hell. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
We’re back in homeschooling hell at our place, so I’m sharing my office with my two kids, which might be why Nelly Thomas brought us a real live psychiatrist! He’s not even just a psychiatrist, he is many, many things. His name is Steve Ellen, but we can call him Professor Steve Ellen if we want to. You might’ve seen him on TV or heard him on the r…
 
The Scummy Mummies are comedy duo Ellie Gibson and Helen Thorn. They’re based in London, but Helen’s quite Australian, and she joined Nelly and I to tell us how her lockdown’s going, given that she’s been at it about a month longer than us. She’s also got an extra degree of difficulty, in the form of a little relationship fracas that happened at th…
 
We caught up with Yvie Jones from Gogglebox and I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here for a YouTube Livestream on Friday night. Here are some highlights. We’ll be doing it again this Friday from 6pm and we’d love you to join us on the Australian True Crime Podcast YouTube channel. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Locked even further down, whether you're into it or not. Why can't Australian's socially distance? Are bottle shops essential services? How shit is it to work in a supermarket? What's that bastard Kevin done now? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Meshel Laurie is locked in her house with her children and her mother. Nelly Thomas has been home schooling for ages and no one cared until now. Hell is other people, and we could be locked inside with them for a very, very long time. Let's virtually hang out, and at some point secretly drink in the shed. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
Joanna Nilson became a political scandal when her old Facebook posts were sent to the media while she was standing for the Greens in the Victorian State election. When and what can we forgive and forget? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Daily Telegraph journalist Sharri Markson won the 2018 Kennedy Prize for Journalist of the Year her story exposing the Barnaby Joyce affair. The only problem is that the entire story had already been published by David Donovan at Independent Australia, months before. We speak to David about this and the other massive stories he's broken online, his…
 
Netflix greatest villain Ken Kratz confesses all of his sins, and then lays out, once again, a very compelling case against Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey. He also has some interesting new questions for the makers of Making a Murderer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
I've never paid much attention to reality tv stars or to social media influencers, but there's always been something about Tully Smythe, aka Instagram's @tee_smythe, that I've found compelling. There's always seemed to be a depth there, but I never knew why. Now I do. Tully was 15 and the eldest of 3 kids when her mother was diagnosed with dementia…
 
A couple of weeks ago my sister Sherri said to me, "I reckon my friend Lynne would be a good nitty gritty. She’s in a wheel chair, and she’s very prepared to tell the story of how she ended up in it." Quite simply, I dare you to hear this story and not feel like a complete wimp by the time it’s over. The thing about Lynne though, is that she’s obvi…
 
The creator and star of Please Like Me, Josh Thomas ruminates on everything from ADD medication to moving his dog to America and his fears for the outcome of the stupid Same Sex Marriage survey. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Paul Weeks was one of the 227 passengers onboard MH370 when it disappeared. Danica weeks is his wife, and she talks about her life before and since the mystery began. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Sri Lankan/Australian comedian Dilruk is living his dream, making people laugh and working with his idols. He's found the key to maintaining gratitude, but like many of us, he has a few personal obstacles he struggles to overcome. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
We're back! After a long break to focus on my other podcast, Australian True Crime, it's time to have some interesting conversations about other things, and what a place to start - suburban ghost busting with the big, beautiful, brash personality that is Jody Turner. Be warned, Jody's ghost hunting requires a lot of swearing! See acast.com/privacy …
 
What happens at the end of life when cancer finally catches up? For Julia Watson there was a wonderful feeling of being overwhelmed with love. Humanitarian, mature age student, published author, mother and wife Julia passed away on Sunday 18th December 2016. In January of 2015 she was given 6 to 9 months to live, which she managed to stretch out in…
 
Let’s talk about the very thing we like to talk about the least. From why we need to teach our kids about it, to what makes a nice death and what happens in your final days. Through conversations with a palliative care nurse who has seen many a last breath and has some eerie ghost stories to share, and a woman who runs ‘death cafés’, Meshel Laurie …
 
Trigger warning: this podcast discusses sexual abuse, mental illness and suicide. From the age of 11, Manny Waks was groomed for sex. The Jewish activist was brought up in an Orthodox-Jewish community and routinely abused. When he was 17, Manny became a whistle-blower on childhood sexual abuse in the Orthodox Jewish community. He speaks to Meshel a…
 
Last time we heard from Luke Williams, he was talking about that time he moved in with junkies to research addiction to crystal meth. Now he's back with Meshel for Part Two, to talk about his experiences with and as a money boy in Pattaya Thailand, the sex capital of the world, and how he started having sex for money when he was completing his law …
 
Twenty years on, the case of JonBenet Ramsey's murder remains unsolved. Her mother, Patsy, died in 2006. Now John Ramsey, and his son Burke, are possibly the only two people alive who know what happened to this 6-year old. My interview with John Ramsey goes deep. Into the night when it all unfolded. Into his memories of Jon-Benet as a normal little…
 
When Luke Williams moved in with junkies to research addiction to crystal meth, he had no idea it would go so wrong. He became an addict himself, and his story became one of psychosis, delusions of grandeur, and murderous plots. From the true frontline of the crystal meth epidemic, Luke Williams shares stories from the throes of addiction and his a…
 
What makes a murderer? Ask Emily Webb. The true crime writer has been fascinated with murder since she was a kid, and now, she spends her days inside libraries, researching the stories of missing persons and strange deaths. From the woman who chopped her husband's head off and cooked it in a pot, to a nurse whose shift was dubbed "the death shift",…
 
Atypical anorexia nervosa. Bulimia nervosa. Binge-eating disorder. Purging disorder. Night-eating syndrome. No matter what name you put on it, says Meshel Laurie, everyone with an eating disorder is fighting the same demons. They're just using different tools. On this episode of Nitty Gritty Committee, Meshel talks to a woman who battled debilitati…
 
UPDATE: Brendan Dassey, the teenage "accomplice" of convicted murderer Steven Avery has had his conviction overturned. Dassey, who was a 17-year-old with learning difficulties at the time of his imprisonment, must now be re-tried or walk free within 90 days. On the back of this news, Meshel checks in with Ken Kratz, the "villian" of the Making a Mu…
 
Have you heard of gay conversion therapy? It's the thriving industry built around the idea that you can "cure" people of their sexuality. There are hundreds of testimonials online from people who say they once were gay and are now very grateful that that is no longer the case. We don’t hear much about gay conversion therapy in Australia, but it’s d…
 
You might have heard of David Icke. He is a former British football player, a BBC presenter, and arguably the world's most famous conspiracy theorist. He calls himself a full time investigator into who, or what, is really controlling the world. He has written 20 books. And he has some pretty incredible theories about what is really going on in the …
 
How do you find 'the one'? You can't. They don't exist, and in fact, you will inevitably marry the wrong person. But, it doesn't spell disaster. Alain de Botton, the Swiss-born, British-based philosopher, says we've been sold a lie about romance and love. He says love is a skill we need to learn; not an essence of life that just 'happens'. In this …
 
Is rape ever funny? Can you ever joke about violence and abuse? Are there good rape jokes and bad rape jokes? Those are the questions Meshel Laurie wants answered, and in the process, she speaks to Ray Badran, the comedian who was at the centre of a storm about exactly that earlier this year, when a heckling incident at his comedy show went viral. …
 
This Winter, there's a group of Australians who are trying to get arrested. For Melbourne's homeless population, living on the street can be so brutal at this time of year that they would rather be locked up, just to be warm and dry and have some food. In this extraodinary episode of The Nitty Gritty Committee, Meshel Laurie went to the village tha…
 
WARNING: THIS PODCAST CONTAINS VIOLENT AND EXPLICIT CONTENT Michael Ware was taken by ISIS and survived. The foreign correspondant has been held at gunpoint more than once in his career. He’s seen people killed in front of him. Been almost beheaded and reported on issues that most of us could not comprehend. And he’s come out the other side, throug…
 
He's the big bad boy of radio, known for his controversial on-air stunts and offensive comments. But beneath it all, Kyle Sandilands has imposter syndrome and just wants to go to bed early. In this interview he tells me about his difficult childhood, why he doesn't drink, what happened when he first met Jackie O and how he subsequently engineered t…
 
For 17 years he was one of Victoria's big chiefs; a top homicide detective who investigated over 300 suspicious deaths. He solved murders. Captured serial killers. Investigated baffling disappearances, and knew a dangerous amount about the Melbourne gangland. So what does it take to be a criminal investigator at the highest level? He sits down to t…
 
Have you ever seen a man as awkward as Luke McGregor? It was always his calling card as a comedian, but turns out it was a theme that ran through his whole life. Especially, his love life. He was a 25 year old virgin who would pretend to his friends that sex was something that was regularly going on in his life. But prior to exploring his sexuality…
 
Let's get one thing clear. Jordan Raskopoulos is not a unicorn. Although, hey, she has no judgement if you are. But Jordan is sometimes treated as a unicorn, because she is a transgender woman, AND a member of one of Australia's most successful comedy acts, The Axis of Awesome, who tour worldwide and have had 100 million YouTube hits. Jordan has be…
 
It's the comedy of life with some of the funniest fellas I know. The Melbourne International Comedy Festival is underway and I’m more nervous about this festival than I have been since my first festival. To ease my nerves, I’ve organised some chats with a couple of members of my #squad. Tommy Little, Tripod, Al Murray, Peter Helliar, Wil Anderson, …
 
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