Affiche Spicks and Specks
  • 8 saisons
  • 297 épisodes
  • Début :
    2005
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Get ready for a fast, furious and funny delve into musical history with Spicks & Specks, ABC TV's new weekly comedy game show screening Wednesdays at 8.30pm. Hosted each week by comedian Adam Hills, and featuring team captains Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst. Each week, the trio are joined by four guests from the worlds of comedy, music and entertainment.

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S01E01 Eddie Perfect, Ross Wilson, Hamish Blake & Angie Hart 09/02/2005 The world of music exposed like never before. Comedian Adam Hills leads two teams led by comedian and actor Alan Brough and Triple J announcer Myf Warhurst through different rounds of music-related riddles and games.
S01E02 Cal Wilson, Kram, Ross Noble & Dinah Lee 16/02/2005 The world of music exposed like never before. Comedian Adam Hills leads two teams through different rounds of music-related riddles and games.
S01E03 Jim Keays, Hamish Blake, Scott Edgar & Katie Underwood 23/02/2005 Adam Hills hosts two teams through various games based on music trivia. Team captains each week are Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst. This week's guests include comedian Hamish Blake, Tripod comedian Scott Edgar, singer Jim Keays, and former Popstar Katie Underwood.
S01E04 Beccy Cole, Greedy Smith, Scott Edgar & Simon Tedeschi 02/03/2005 Comedian Adam Hills hosts two teams through this music quiz show. Team captains each week are comedian Alan Brough and Triple J presenter Myf Warhurst. This week's guests are county music singer Beccy Cole, Tripod 'the nerdy one' singer and comedian Scott Edgar, songwriter and 'Mental As Anything' member Greedy Smith and pianist Simon Tedeschi.
S01E05 Toni Lamond, Terri Psiakis, Murray Cook & Andy Lee 09/03/2005 Adam Hills hosts the funny Australian music quiz show. He is joined each week by team captains Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst. Alan's guests this week are actress Toni Lamond and comedian Andy Lee. Myf's guests this week are the red Wiggle Murray Cook, and comedian Terri Psiakis.
S01E06 Emma Pask, Barry Crocker, Cal Wilson & Jeff Green 16/03/2005 Adam Hills leads two teams through this crazy quiz show on everything music. He is joined as always by comedian Alan Brough, and Triple J presenter Myf Warhurst. Guests this week include Aussie legend Barry Crocker, comedian Jeff Green, and comedian Cal Wilson.
S01E07 Geraldine Turner, Frank Woodley, Lucky Oceans & Bill Bailey 23/03/2005 Hosted by comedian Adam Hills, two teams fight it out for....well, bragging rights I suppose, on this battle ground of music trivia. Generals each week are comedian Alan Brough and Triple J presenter Myf Warhrst. Armies this week include actor and comedian Bill Bailey, actress Geraldine Turner, and comedian Frank Woodley.
S01E08 David Hirschfelder, Terri Psiakis, Loene Carmen & Ross Noble 30/03/2005 Comedian Adam Hills directs this adventure into the jungle of music trivia quiz shows. The two daring teams are lead each week by comedian Alan Brough, and Triple J presenter Myf Warhurst. Fellow adventurers this week are Australia's rock'n'roll queen Loene Carmen, composer David Hirschfelder, comedian Ross Noble, and comedian Terri Psiakis.
S01E09 Ella Hooper, James Morrison, Colin Lane & Scott Edgar 06/04/2005 Comedian Adam Hills hosts this music-based quiz show. Team captains each week are comedian Alan Brough, and Triple J presenter Myf Warhurst. This week's guests include comedian Colin 'Lano' Lane, and the Tripod's 'nerdy one' comedian Scott Edgar.
S01E10 Brian Cadd, Scott Edgar, Slava Grigoryan & Ross Noble 13/04/2005 Comedian Adam Hills hosts two teams through the "quiz show for music lovers, and the music show for quiz lovers". Team captains for each week are the handsome comedian, Alan Brough and adorable Triple J presenter, Myf Warhurst.
S01E11 David Hobson, Rich Hall, Kitty Flanagan & Angry Anderson 20/04/2005 Comedian Adam Hills hosts this music-based quiz show. Team captains each week are comedian Alan Brough and Triple J announcer Myf Warhurst. This weeks guests include Rose Tattoo singer Angry Anderson, and comedians Kitty Flanagan and Rich Hall.
S01E12 Toni Lamond, Dave McCormack, Hamish Blake & Brian Mannix 27/04/2005 Comedian Adam Hills directs two teams through this block-buster musicology quiz show. Stars and team leaders are the talented comedian Alan Brough, and the scene-stealing Triple J announcer Myf Warhurst. Alan's guests this week are stage star Toni Lamond, and guitarist David McCormack. Myf's guests this week are singer Brian Mannix and comic relief Hamish Blake.
S01E13 Deni Hines, Pete Smith, Mick Thomas & Hamish Blake 04/05/2005 Comedian Adam Hills hosts another great episode of Spicks and Specks, the musical quiz show. Team captains each week are comedian Alan Brough and Triple J presenter Myf Warhurst. Alan's guests this week are singer Deni Hines, and entertainer Pete Smith. Myf's guests are musician Nick Thomas and comedian Hamish Blake,
S01E14 Beccy Cole, Earl Okin, Frankie J. Holden & Andy Lee 11/05/2005 Comedian Adam Hills hosts this music-based quiz show. Team captains are comedian Alan Brough, and radio announcer Myf Warhurst. Alan's guests this week are singer Beccy Cole and comical muscian Earl Okin. Myf's guests are entertainer Frankie J. Holden, and comedian Andy Lee.
S01E15 Richard Clapton, Wendy Harmer, Guy Sebastian & David O'Doherty 18/05/2005 Comedian Adam Hills hosts this music quiz show, aided each week by team captains actor and comedian Alan Brough, and triple J's own Myf Warhurst. Alan's guests this week are musician Richard Clapton and comedian Wendy Harmer. Myf's guests are comedian David O'Docherty, and Australian Idol winner Guy Sebastian.
S01E16 Colin Lane, Renee Geyer, Paul Capsis & Diana Doherty 25/05/2005 Evil host Adam Hills is king of the castle - the castle being his own music quiz show. Ready to fight him are team captains: the ever gallant 'knight in shining armour' Myf Warhurst and the 'damsel in distress' Alan Brough. Fellow knights of the round table are the 'clumsy Sir Lancelot' comedian Colin Lane, 'serving wench' singer Renee Geyer, and dragon-in-training singer Paul Capsis.
S01E17 Wendy Harmer, John Paul Young, Ally Spazzy & Rusty Berther 01/06/2005 Dashing comedian Adam Hills hosts the entertaining music quiz show. He is assisted by the witty actor and comedian Alan Brough, and the splendid triple J announcer Myf Warhurst. Joining the line-up tonight are comedian Wendy Harmer, and composer John Paul Young.
S01E18 Todd McKenney, Hamish Blake, Greedy Smith & Denise Scott 08/06/2005 Adam Hills, brilliant as ever, hosts the music quiz show to beat all music quiz show. He is joined by reliable team captains Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst. Joining the fun this week are comedians Hamish Blake and Denise Scott, songwriter Greedy Smith, and theatre and cabaret performer Todd McKenney.
S01E19 Ali McGregor, Scott Brennan, Paul Mac & Greg Fleet 15/06/2005 There once was a lowly comedian named Adam Hills. One day the ABC rang him up and asked him to host a new music quiz/game/chat show called Spicks and Specks. They provided Adam with two amature team captains (comedian Alan Brough and triple J announcer Myf Warhurst) and 4 guests and let him run wild. This weeks victims... I mean guests, are opera singer Ali McGregor, actor and comedian Scott Brennan, comedian Greg Fleet and music guru Paul Mac.
S01E20 Ella Hooper, Andy Lee, Jud Arthur & Frank Woodley 22/06/2005 Adam Hills, Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst are joined this week by comedians Andy Lee and Frank Woodley to play the music game show for trivia lovers.
S01E21 Reg Mombassa, Rob Guest, Colin Lane & Emily Taheny 29/06/2005 Our ever-brilliant host, Adam Hills, is joined by his trusty side-kicks Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst, in the always-challenging music quiz and game show. Joining the laughs are theatre star Rob Guest, Mental As Anything musician Reg Mombassa, comedian Emily Taheny and S&S regular comedian Colin Lane.
S01E22 Guy Noble, Cal Wilson, Chris Cheney & Dave O'Neil 06/07/2005 Host: Adam Hills, Check. Team captains: Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst, Check. Guests: conductor and radio host Guy Noble, comedian Cal Wilson, and comedian Dave O'Neil, Check. Right. Get set for another brilliant night of the music game show that has everyone talking - Spicks and Specks.
S01E23 Shane Bourne, Jimmy Barnes, Maya Jupiter & Scott Edgar 13/07/2005 It's a magical musical night. Fairy godmother comedian Adam Hills grants the wishes of one team - to win tonight's Spicks and Specks. Leading the challenge are 'Cinderella' comedian Alan Brough, and 'Sleeping Beauty' triple J announcer Myf Warhurst. To assist in the wish-making are the mouse (singer Jimmy Barns), the thimble (comedian Shane Bourne), and the pumpkin (comedian Scott Edgar).
S01E24 Renee Geyer, Rusty Berther, Normie Rowe & Hamish Blake 20/07/2005 Comedian Adam Hills hosts two teams through a mental obstacle course of music trivia. Competing teams are lead by comedian Alan Brough, and triple J announcer Myf Warhurst. Guests this week are Spicks and Specks regular comedian Hamish Blake, The Living End's Chris Cheney, singer Renee Geyer, and singer/actor Normie Rowe.
S01E25 Brooke Fraser, Adam Rozenbachs, James Morrison & Frank Woodley 27/07/2005 Adam Hills hosts the top of Australian music-based game shows. Team leaders are the unflappable Alan Brough and the unbelievable Myf Warhurst. Guests this week include comedians Frank Woodley and Adam Rozenbachs.
S01E26 Richard Gill, Cal Wilson, Liam Finn & Greg Fleet 03/08/2005 The brilliant star, Adam Hills, forges his way through another installment of Spicks and Specks. Regular co-stars and team leaders are Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst. Alan's guests this week are conductor Richard Gill and New Zealand's own Cal Wilson. Myf's guests are singer Liam Finn and comedian Greg Fleet.
S01E27 Ali McGregor, Hamish Blake, Courtney Murphy & Carlotta 10/08/2005 Adam Hills hosts Australia's own music trivia game show. Competing team leaders are Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst. Alan's guests and team mates this week are cabaret star Carlotta, and regular guest opera singer Ali McGregor. Myf's guests are Australian Idol's Courtney Murphey, and "won't he ever leave?" comedian Hamish Blake.
S01E28 Katie Melua, Marty Rhone, Frank Woodley & Scott Edgar 17/08/2005 With slight of hand and diversions, Adam Hills magically convinces 6 comedians, musicians and entertainers to play a music-trivia-based game show. His pretty assistants are, as always, "saw him in half" comedian Alan Brough, and "face the knives" triple J announcer Myf Warhurst. To add diversity and mystery this week are singer Katie Melua, musician Marty Rhone, and comedians Scott Edgar and Frank Woodley.
S01E29 Murray Cook, Simon Tedeschi, Denise Scott & Andy Lee 24/08/2005 Comedian Adam Hills hosts the musical game show, putting the guests through their paces. Leading the race are Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst. Guests this week are red Wiggle Murray Cook, pianist Simon Tedeschi, and comedians Andy Lee and Denise Scott.
S01E30 Terri Psiakis, Kram, Rhonda Burchmore & Shane Bourne 31/08/2005 Adam Hills hosts the musicology game show that has everyone talking. Team leaders are Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst. Guests this week are entertainer Ronda Burchmore, Spiderbait's Kram, and comedians Shane Bourne and Terri Psiakis
S01E31 Ross Noble, Tim Ross, Clare Bowditch & Jane Scali 07/09/2005 Adam Hills, Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst lead the pack in the music trivia show to beat all music trivia shows. Joining the challenge this week are comeians Ross Noble and Tim Ross and singer Jane Scali.
S01E32 Richard Frankland, Ella Hooper, Gavin Wood & Colin Lane 14/09/2005 Welcome to the quiz show for music lovers and the music show for quiz lovers. Adam Hills is joined, as always, by Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst. Tonights guests include singer Richard Frankland, radio DJ Gavin Wood, and comedian Colin Lane.
S01E33 Wilbur Wilde, Aaron Choulai, Venetta Fields & Ross Noble 21/09/2005 How to make a television show: Add one host (Adam Hills). Sift in two team leaders (Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst). Bring to boil with music questions and games. Stir in a comedian (Ross Noble) and a musician (Wilbur Wilde) and season with a singer (Venetta Fields). Sprinkle a few laughs in for good measure Cook for half an hour. The result? Australia's own musicology trivia show Spicks and Specks.
S01E34 Jade McCrae, Jonathan Biggins, Johnny Young & Colin Lane 28/09/2005 Comedian Adam Hills leads a crew of comedians, musicians and entertainers through the world of songs, singers and general music trivia. Team leaders each week are Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst. Guests this week are theatre director and writer Johnathan Biggins, singer Jade MacRae, singer Johnny Young and comedian Colin Lane.
S01E35 Fiona O'Loughlin, Harry James Angus, Daryl Braithwaite & Dave O'Neil 05/10/2005 Adam Hills hosts, and is assisted by team leaders Alan Brough and Mf Warhrst, in Australia's answer to the question "How much do we really know about music?" This week's guests include comedians Fiona O'Loughlin and Dave O'Neil.
S01E36 Geraldine Turner, Pete Smith, Stu McLeod & Dave O'Neil 12/10/2005 Good evening and welcome to Spicks and Specks. Your host tonight is comedian Adam Hills. Please welcome his two beautiful assistants (and team leaders) Alan Brough and Myf Warhurst. Tonight's guests include the stunning and always funny Dave O'Neil, the talented announer Pete Smith and the gorgeous actress Geralidine Turner.
S01E37 Jenny Morris, Murray Cook, Simon Tedeschi & Hamish Blake 19/10/2005 Comedian Adam Hills is the host, leading two teams through the world of music trivia. Leading the teams are actor and comedian Alan Brough, and triple J announcer Myf Warhurst. Guests this week are the red Wiggle Murray Cook, singer Jenny Morris, pianist Simon Tedeschi, and comedian Hamish Blake.
S01E38 Debra Byrne, Andy Lee, David Hirschfelder & Frank Woodley 26/10/2005 Get ready for another episode of Spicks and Specks, the music trivia game show for the whole family! Hosted by comedian Adam Hills, with team leaders comedian Alan Brough and triple J's Myf Warhurst. This weeks guests are entertainer Debra Byrne, composer David Hirschfelder, and comedians Andy Lee and Frank Woodley.
S01E39 Clare Bowditch, Adam Rozenbachs, Glenn Shorrock & Hamish Blake 02/11/2005 Hosted by comedian Adam Hills, Spicks and Specks is an adventure into the world of music trivia. With two teams, captained by actor and comedian Alan Brough and triple J announcer Myf Warhurst, be prepared for singing, laughing, bike riding, drawing and more. Guests this week include comedians Hamish Blake and Adam Rozenbachs, and singer Glenn Shorrock.
S01E40 Russell Morris, Scott Edgar, Todd McKenney & Meshel Laurie 09/11/2005 By day he is a mild mannered, stand-up comedian, by night he hosts Australia's own musicology game show. The man is Adam Hills. His side kicks are Bird-Boy Alan Brough (masquerading as a comedian and actor) and Girl-Wonder Myf Warhurst (getting information from her triple J program). Together they fight the evils lurking in music and musicians. Villian guests this week are the evil Dancing With The Stars judge Todd KcKenney, dangerous composer Russell Morris, lady-of-the-night comedian Meshel Laurie, and wanna-be-bad-guy comedian Scott Edgar.
S01E41 Robert Forster, Dave O'Neil, Sharon O'Neill & Colin Lane 16/11/2005 Comedian Adam Hills hosts the final episode of the first season of this Australian comedy music quiz show. The two teams are captained each week by comedian Alan Brough and Triple J presenter Myf Warhurst. Alan's team are The Go-Betweens singer Robert Forster, and comedian Dave O'Neil. Myf's team are singer Sharon O'Neil and comedian Colin Lane.
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S02E01 Episode 1 15/02/2006 Guest Stars: Kate DeAraugo Adam Richard Peter Brocklehurst End Credits: Filmclip of 'Bitter Heart' by Seona Dancing
S02E02 Episode 2 22/02/2006 Comedian Adam Hills leads two teams of musicians and comedians through a series of games based on music. Team leaders each week are comedian Allan Brough and Triple J presenter Myf Warhurst.
S02E03 Episode 3 01/03/2006 Guest Stars: Toby Allen Eddie Perfect Richard Gill Fiona O'Loughlan End Credits: Eddie Perfect preforms 'Ode to Spicks and Specks'
S02E04 Episode 4 08/03/2006 Guest Stars: Alli McGregor Danny Boy. Alex Lloyd Ross Noble End Credits: Adam Hills preforms 'Ant Music'......badly
S02E05 Episode 5 15/03/2006 Guest Stars: Christine Anu Adam Richard Billy Field Denise Scott
S02E06 Episode 6 22/03/2006 Guest Stars: Pete Murray Adam Rosenbarks Toni Lamond Colin Lane End Credits: Filmclip of Toni Lamond preforming from 1974
S02E07 Episode 7 29/03/2006 Wow, what a show we have for you tonight. Joining Alan, straight from the studio recording a new album with her band Killing Heidi, is the hugely talented Ella Hooper. Next to her is an Australian comedy legend, the man behind Aunty Jack, Graham Bond. The sensational Myf has Nova Brisbane breakfast host Meshel Laurie on her team and a man who wore the tightest pants in 70s Australian music, Les Gock from glam rockers Hush.
S02E08 Episode 8 05/04/2006 The girl who is still talking, the very talented Kate Ceberano, Comedian and closet Kate Ceberano fan, Michael Chamberlain The reddest of all Wiggles, Murray Cook And former monobrow-sporting US comedian Arj Barker You'll find out Whitney Houston and Elton John's nicknames, Kate Ceberano will show us why you can't do Lulu in half-measures and we close with an hilarious piece of Australian television history. Not to give anything away but it involves a drum solo by one of this countries greatest stars.
S02E09 Episode 9 12/04/2006 An on-fire Ella Hooper, An hilarious Rich Hall, A still good for his age Darryl Cotton, And a good if he was Darryl’s age, Dave O’Neil. You’ll see some extremely creepy album covers. Find out the secret to writing country music. And discover what George Forman thought about while he lay on the canvas in Kinshasa.
S02E10 Episode 10 19/04/2006 This week on another entirely adequate episode of Spicks and Specks Myf is joined by opera singer Rosario La Spina who tells us about a nasty wardrobe malfunction and comedian Denise Scott who tells us about a nasty medical condition she develops while riding the bike during Malvern Stars on 45. Alan's team features country artist Beccy Cole who recalls the story of touching herself in Iraq and English comedian Stephen K Amos who is one of Spicks and Specks most gracious winners. Also watch out for a guest appearance by the spooky, kooky and ooky Kransky Sisters. Sadly Judith Lucy couldn't join the Spicks & Specks team and had to pull out at the last minute due to illness.
S02E11 Episode 11 26/04/2006 This week on the ABC's only show called 'Spicks and Specks' Alan is joined by one of the stars of 'The Producers' Chloe Dallimore - who explains how to give yourself a black eye while dancing - and Canadian comedian Glenn Wool. Myf's team features dancer and actor David Page - who gets a bit of shock when he sees some footage of himself as a young man from The Paul Hogan Show - and Irish comedian Jason Byrne who gives us an insight into the mind of an elderly Irish woman when he's riding the bike during 'Malvern Stars on 45'. Chloe Dallimore proves she's certainly got and knows how to flaunt it when she closes the show with 'If You've Got It, Flaunt It' from The Producers.
S02E12 Episode 12 03/05/2006 This week on 'Spicks and Specks' we have an extra special show for y'all. Joining us this week not only do we have the stunning Ali McGregor and the uproarious Meshel Laurie but we also have Rick Parfitt and Francis Rossi from Status Quo. That's right, you heard me right, Rick Parfitt and Francis Rossi from Status Quo. They've rocked Live Aid (the first one), they've rocked all over the world (really, all over) and they've rocked their tour bus (don't ask) and now they're set to rock 'Spicks and Specks'. Hold onto your hats and give your Mum a valium. It's going to be a ripper.
S02E13 Episode 13 10/05/2006 Australian music legend Joe Camilleri, English comic legend Ross Noble, Decoder Ring singer Lenka Kripac and another English comedian by the name of Earl Okin.
S02E14 Episode 14 17/05/2006 The Man From Snowy River, Tom Burlinson, sings Bob Dylan in the style of Frank Sinatra. An Australian comedienne wowing them in England, Lulu McClatchy, sings from the 1980s. PNG singing sensation Ngaiire sings in Pidgin. And Hamish Blake doesn't sing at all. Thankfully. All that and more this week on Spicks and Specks.
S02E15 Episode 15 24/05/2006 This week's guests are Channel V host Yumi Stynes, supercool saxophonist Wilbur Wilde, from 70s rock icons Kush, the wonderfully strange Jeff Duff and just a suburban boy, comedian Dave O'Neil. And don't miss the most controversial ending we could think of...
S02E16 Episode 16 31/05/2006 Myf really hits it off with the singer/guitarist from New Zealand hard rockers 'Shihad', Jon Toogood. Jon Toogood really hits it off with his namesake, legendary Australian singer, Jon English. Comedian Fiona O'Loughlin really hits it off with Jon English - and quite frankly, scares him as well. And Frank Woodley hits it off with everyone. Why don't you hit it off with 'Spicks and Specks' this week on ABC TV.
S02E17 Episode 17 07/06/2006 In their ongoing battle for supremacy Alan and Myf are joined by opera singer Tiffany Speight, comedian Colin Lane, singer/songwriter Stephen Cummings and comedian and radio broadcaster Denise Scott. There's all sorts of shenanigans when Denise and Stephen discover they have a very special bond going back many years. Keep watching.
S02E18 Episode 18 14/06/2006 Member of folk singing royalty Sarah Lee Guthrie Comedian and Spicks and Specks debutant Gary Eck The scot from down-under Colin Hay And the musically challenged Hamish Blake You'll see how Clint Eastwood would play Maria from the Sound Of Music, what Arlo Guthrie would have been given if he had been a busker and a very weird air flute version of Down Under.
S02E19 Episode 19 21/06/2006 The very musical former Blue Heeler, Lisa McCune The man with the face of a matinee idol and the soul of a villain,Colin Lane The young man from Young Group who will be Forever Young, Toby Martin And the girl who is just so Mischa Barton on the inside, Meshel Laurie You'll find out all about John Wood in stilettos, what Courtney Love did with Nirvana's song catalogue and what happend to Paris Hilton's mobile phone.
S02E20 Episode 20 28/06/2006 The one-man band with a number one hit on his hands Leo Sayer A little bit country singer Melinda Schneider Pirate-channelling comedian Cal Wilson And the scruffily attractive Dave O'Neil We take a step to the right with some rock opera, the panel goes Latin with Cuban rhythms from Sally Ford and the Pachuco Playboys , and Leo is lent a hand at one of his concerts.
S02E21 Episode 21 05/07/2006 In a Countdown special, the slapped and tackled Molly Meldrum hears voices from the past Mikey Robins holds hands with Molly And Wilbur Wilde and Renee Geyer reminisce about appearing on Countdown You'll find out about Myf's regular viewing date with Countdown while Renee word-associates her way to a correct answer and Wilbur goes for a specky with his specs on in a star-studded footy match finale.
S02E22 Episode 22 12/07/2006 Justin Burford , frontman for Perth band End of Fashion, tells us about his electrifying performance on stage at the South By Southwest music festival in Texas Top songster Colleen Hewitt runs us through her sob-fest video of "Wind Beneath My Wings" while comedian Frank Woodley wears his nose on his sleeve. Comedian and radio announcer Adam Richard shares his view of the obligatory performance style for Australian Idol hopefuls. Gird your loins for an outstanding Know Your Product topic that has the panel in a dither, stay strong for Frank wanting everyone to call Paul Kelly "Leaky", and brace yourself for an intense rendition of Christina Aguilera's "Beautiful" by the beautiful Adam Richard.
S02E23 Episode 23 19/07/2006 Due to programming changes, our guests this week are keyboard genius Simon Tedeschi, the irrepressible Julia Morris, FM radio pioneer Lee Simon, comedian Dave O'Neil, and Greek blues band Rebetika Watch out for Denise Scott, Denise Drysdale, Stephen Gates and Lior next week
S02E24 Episode 24 26/07/2006 Our guests are über entertainer Denise Drysdale, comedian Denise Scott, singer/songwriter and ARIA nominee, Lior, and Stephen Gates, one pod of musical funsters, Tripod. Tonight a lone bagpiper puts the wind up our guests when they have to guess the songs he plays and the two Denises suspect they may share more than a name. Lior enlists some percussive assistance from the audience in Substitute, Myf tells us about a romantic approach in a Mildura nightclub that no girl could resist, and a disgruntled Gatesy musically laments having to share his playout with the end credits.
S02E25 Episode 25 02/08/2006 Our guests are oboe player Diana Doherty, Scared Weird Little Guy John Chaplin-Fleming, writer of the musical "Dusty" and showbiz connoisseur John-Michael Howson, and the slightly popular Hamish Blake. John Chaplin-Fleming tells us how he incited a riot at a Scared Weird Little Guys concert, Hamish is shocked to get one question correct, and just what the heck is John-Michael drawing in Cover Versions? And, succumbing to the antics of Hamish Blake, Diana Doherty giggles her way through a performance of the theme from the Star Wars Cantina scene.
S02E26 Episode 26 09/08/2006 Guests tonight are U.S. soul singer Sharon Jones, vicarious soul sister Meshel Laurie, soulful Mental As Anything frontman Martin Plaza, and the soul of wit, comedian Dave O'Neil. Sharon Jones reveals a captivating previous occupation, Dave nails his one-hit wonders in Know Your Product and Meshel shines in a very different Look What They've Done To My Song Ma. We've also managed to squeeze in a Something's Missing segment featuring more dodgy album covers and if a barking-mad Substitute book doesn't have you enthralled, we wrap it up with a whole bunch of one-hit wonders to reminisce about.
S02E27 Episode 27 16/08/2006 Contributing to tonight's high jinks are comedian and radio commentator Amanda Keller, movie producer Al Clark, singer Angie Hart and the hair-raising Frank Woodley. Myf tells us about a grave encounter at Graceland, and the video clip in Please Please Tell Me Now holds a nostalgic surprise for Al Clark. Also on the bill tonight, anagram mayhem – and no, that's not one - in All Shook Up, some frenzied doodling in Cover Versions and a funky finale that will have you snarling "book 'em Danno" all week.
S02E28 Episode 28 23/08/2006 Clearly enjoying themselves tonight are Stephanie Ashworth from Something for Kate, comedian Andy Lee, John Schumann from Redgum, and comedian and radio announcer Mikey Robins.
S02E29 Episode 29 30/08/2006 Yodelling up a storm tonight is Mary Schneider, joined by international DJ Carl Cox, Scaredy Rusty Berther, and the mostly well-behaved Meshel Laurie. There's a world of interest when Carl tells us how he spent the dawn of the millennium and there's an odd-couple moment when Mary identifies the eclectic rocker who uses her music on stage. In other news, Rusty nails his record labels topic in Know Your Product, Sir Mix and Matchalot unearths the longest ever album title, and Myf is passionate about souveniring her team's Substitute book.
S02E30 Episode 30 06/09/2006 Guests include classical double bassist Kirsty McCahon, Adelaide hip-hopper MC Suffa, the disarmingly distracted Frank Woodley, and the always scream-worthy Hamish Blake. In tonight's quest for domination, the teams are given five words to identify songs in Word Up and take a crack at interpreting some dubious artistry in Cover Versions. Hamish wonders why Kirsty makes do with her antiquated double bass when she could buy a nice new shiny one, we all wonder if Alan has been moonlighting in a parallel universe, and if you ever wondered what a Klezmer band was, don't miss the wonderful Klezmeritis in Look What They've Done To My Song Ma.
S02E31 Episode 31 13/09/2006 Hilarity overload tonight with actor and singer Debra Byrne, actor and singer Jesse Griffin, actor and singer Andy Anderson and ..... Dave O'Neil. In the hirsute of happiness, we've unearthed some footage of an impressively follicled Andy singing with Running Jumping Standing Still, and Jesse fondly recalls his reggae phase featuring redhead dreads. Look What They've Done To My Song Ma proves a challenge for everyone except the audience, there are some truly weird album covers in Something's Missing, and Jesse leaves no philosophical stone unturned in his closing song.
S02E32 Episode 32 20/09/2006 Vying for victory are Canadian alternative country singer Martha Wainwright, Oz Idol contender Rob Mills, lovable lunatic Ross Noble, and just plain adorable Hamish Blake. In tonight's contest Martha and Ross lock horns and prove opposites don't necessarily attract, while Millsy dishes the dirt and comes clean about Paris Hilton. The teams wrestle with more silly scenarios in One Out of Three Ain't Bad, the Wainwright musical lineage is apparent when Martha sings in Substitute, and Millsy's closing tuneful tribute is a trip.
S02E33 Episode 33 27/09/2006 Tonight we test the smarts of beguiling Patience Hodgson from The Grates, urbane wunderkind Jonathan Biggins, venerable vaudevillian Val Jellay, and wickedly whimsical Frank Woodley. Val reminisces about the good and not so good old days in showbiz, and we learn about Patience's penchant for ribbons, sock puppets and skeletons. One Out of Three Ain't Bad features stories about John Cage and Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Jonathan trounces all comers in Substitute, and we wrap it all up with a truly classy closer that will have you straining to hear more.
S02E34 Episode 34 04/10/2006 We push the boat out with soprano Antoinette Halloran, comedian and writer Anthony Morgan, Steve Mallinder from electronic outfit Cabaret Voltaire, and crowd-pleasing comedian Denise Scott. Antoinette's connection with Elvis Costello is noted a few thousand times, and Steve's days of anonymity as a uni lecturer are numbered when we show some bygone Cabaret Voltaire footage. Vocal gymnast Mal Webb takes Look What They've Done To My Song to a wonderfully strange new level, Please Please Tell Me Now resurrects a classic video that puts Anthony in a spin, and Myf shows how it's done when she sings in Substitute.
S02E35 Episode 35 11/10/2006 Taking a shot at glory tonight are longstanding fave Ella Hooper, cheeky comedian Akmal Salek, effusive music legend Robin Lumley, and house hottie Hamish Blake. Akmal reveals why Richard Branson won't be calling any time soon, and Robin treats us to a show-and-tell from his days in David Bowie's band. Our teams try to work out celebrity connections in Common People, the bike returns for a workout in Malvern Stars on 45, and keep a lookout for the finale which features some vintage Australian prog rock with a twist.
S02E36 Episode 36 18/10/2006 Striving for best on ground tonight are singer/songwriter Mike Brady, comedian Frank Woodley, singer Rebecca Barnard, and musical comedian Tim Minchin. Mike, Myf and Frank contest the mark with admirable air-guitar action in Know Your Product, and bluegrass band Hard Drive yee-haa up a storm in Look What They've Done To My Song Ma. Mike reports on the endurance of "Up There Cazaly", Frank is tackled on an issue of crowd participation, while Tim and Adam play on in a touching and possibly out-of-bounds musical playout.
S02E37 Episode 37 25/10/2006 Painting the studio red tonight are ex-Euroglider Grace Knight, Alpha Male Dan Kelly, comedian Adam Rozenbachs, and feisty Fiona O'Loughlin. Enjoy embarrassing anecdotes aplenty tonight with Grace, Fiona and Dan respectively wincing about a steamy video clip, a cross-dressing husband and a tangled guitar lead. Common People gets the better of Myf's team, Beatrix Potter gets a rock and roll overhaul in Substitute, and our video-clip closer demonstrates a novel way to get back in the good books with the missus.
S02E38 Episode 38 01/11/2006 Guests du jour are entertainer extraordinaire Ian Turpie, perky Kiwi comedian Cal Wilson, well-informed funster Dave O'Neil and the incomparable Dave Graney. Laugh-out-loud showbiz stories are de rigueur tonight when Dave Graney and Turps recall past escapades, and we discover that the other Dave is obsessed with Nickelback, and not in a good way. Please Please Tell Me Now reveals Cal's affinity for basic maths, Word Up reveals Cal's ignorance of geography, and le teams have a mon dieu! moment when Dave Graney reveals a Gallic penchant in Substitute.
S02E39 Episode 39 08/11/2006 Guests this week are Harry Angus from the Cat Empire, composer Kate Neal, Scott Edgar from Tripod and comedian Denise Scott.
S02E40 Episode 40 15/11/2006 Our guests this week are comedian and Triple J broadcaster HG Nelson, singer Katie Noonan, comedian Hamish Blake and opera singer Ali McGregor.
S02E41 The Best of 2006 22/11/2006 Featuring all your favourite moments from this years Spicks and Specks. Including, Tim Minchin wooing Adam, Eddie Perfect wooing Myf, Ricky Gervais in the 80s and Adam Richard auditioning for Idol and more....
S03E01 A Very Specky Christmas 2006 17/12/2006 Deck the Halls with Buddy Holly it's time for Another Specky Christmas! Joining Adam, Myf and Alan in ringing in the Christmas cheer is the joyous and occasionally violent Deb Byrne, the naughty and nice Frank Woodley, the bringer of tidings of both comfort and joy, Ross Noble and you better not shout you better not cry, Dame Edna is coming to Spicks and Specks. There'll be music, mayhem, special guests a-plenty and Santa may even make an appearance in this very Specky Christmas on the beach.
S03E02 Episode 2 14/02/2007 Our guests this week are Dann Hume, Dave O’Neil, Nancye Hayes and Jonathan Biggins.
S03E03 Episode 3 21/02/2007 Our guests this week are Brian Ritchie, Hamish Blake, Sarah Blasko & Frank Woodley
S03E04 Episode 4 28/02/2007 Our guests this week are Fernando Saunders, Meshel Laurie, Damien Leith and Andrew McClelland.
S03E05 Episode 5 07/03/2007 Our guests this week are Guy Noble and Hamish Blake, Lisa Kekaula and Terri Psiakis.
S03E06 Episode 6 14/03/2007 "Weird Al" Yankovic, Dave O'Neil, Ari Up and Pete Helliar
S03E07 Episode 7 21/03/2007 Our guests this week are Gerry Beckley, Frank Woodley, Genevieve Lemon & Josh Lawson.
S03E08 Episode 8 28/03/2007 Our guests this week are Jeff Lang, Dave O'Neil, Rhonda Burchmore and Adam Rozenbachs.
S03E09 Episode 9 04/04/2007 Our guests this week are Stuart Maunder, Frank Woodley, Taasha Coates and Danny Bhoy.
S03E10 Episode 10 11/04/2007 Our guests this week are Jonathon Welch, Meshel Laurie, Darren Hayes and Tim Minchin.
S03E11 Episode 11 18/04/2007 Our guests this week are Richard Gill, Jason Byrne, Holly Throsby and Mark Watson
S03E12 Episode 12 25/04/2007 Our guests this week are Anthony Callea, Stephen K. Amos, Vika Bull and David O'Doherty.
S03E13 Episode 13 02/05/2007 Our guests this week are David Hobson, Cal Wilson, Carl Cox and Colin Lane.
S03E14 Episode 14 09/05/2007 Our guests this week are Julie Anthony, Denise Scott, Rebecca Barnard and George McEncroe.
S03E15 Episode 15 16/05/2007 Our guests this week are Gina Jeffreys, Frank Woodley, Juanita Stein and Ahn Do.
S03E16 Episode 16 23/05/2007 Our guests this week are Brian Mannix, Denise Scott, Niki Vasilakis and Dave O'Neil.
S03E17 100th Episode 30/05/2007 CELEBRATING 100 EPISODES!!! Australia’s favourite music quiz show Spicks and Specks celebrates its 100th episode on Wednesday May 30, 8.30pm on ABC TV. Our special guests for the evening are are Wilbur Wilde, Amanda Keller, Antoinette Halloran and Hamish Blake. Teams will be asked 100 questions from previous shows, with a brand new one at the end. But will they answer all the questions in time?
S03E18 Episode 18 06/06/2007 Our special guests for this week are music manager John Reid, media personality Mikey Robins, musician Katy Steele and comedian/actor Shane Jacobson.
S03E19 Episode 19 13/06/2007 Our special guests for this week are musician Max Merritt, comedian Julia Morris, writer/director Casey Bennetto and comedian Andy Lee.
S03E20 Episode 20 20/06/2007 Our special guests for this week will be the star of Miss Saigon Laurie Cadevida, TV/radio personality Jonathan Coleman, music director Richard Gill and radio presenter George McEncroe.
S03E21 Episode 21 27/06/2007 Our special guests for this week are Augie March drummer Dave Williams, spicks family member Hamish Blake, Cheetah's front-woman Lyndsay Hammond and gossipmonger by day, comedian by night Adam Richard.
S03E22 Episode 22 04/07/2007 Our special guests for this week are pop songsmith Mike Chapman, hellrazing comedian Pete Helliar, Four Corners producer Lin Buchfield and wrong-town comedian Adam Rozenbachs.
S03E23 Episode 23 11/07/2007 Our special guests for this week are electronic manipulator Wally De Backer, bushy-tailed comedian Denise Scott, Rock Arena host Suzanne Dowling and dungeon master Scott Edgar.
S03E24 Episode 24 18/07/2007 Our guests for this week are eighties sensation Brian Cadd, entertainer Mikey Robins, quick-witted comedian Cal Wilson and country music legend Frank Ifield.
S03E25 Episode 25 25/07/2007 Our guests for this week are American songwriter/producer Richard Gottehrer, UK comic Russell Howard, burlesque soprano Ali McGregor and fairdinkum funnyman Shane Jacobson.
S03E26 Episode 26 01/08/2007 Our special guests for this week are Pseudo Echo singer Brian Canham, verbal hitman Hamish Blake, eclectic vocalist/violinist Lara Goodridge and saxophone wizard Wilbur Wilde.
S03E27 Episode 27 08/08/2007 Our special guests for this week are King of Pop Jamie Redfern, riotous comic Fiona O'loughlin, singer/songwriter Ella Hooper and edgy comedian Brendon Burns.
S03E28 Episode 28 15/08/2007 Our special guests for this week are Geoff 'Coxy' Cox, vivacious comedian Meshel Laurie, 'future of bass' Tal Wilkenfeld and slightly warped comedian Justin Hamilton.
S03E29 Episode 29 22/08/2007 Our special guests for this week are musical tailor Josh Pyke, Keating! The Musical creator Casey Bennetto, blues mama Margret RoadKnight and the wickedly witty Hamish Blake.
S03E30 Episode 30 29/08/2007 MOVIE THEMED SPECIAL EDITION!!! Our special guests this week are acting legend Bill Hunter, actor comedian Dave O'Neil, AFI award winning actress Emily Browning and Australia's favourite plumber Kenny, aka actor/comedian Shane Jacobson. The Spicks & Specks Movie Special features audience favourite ze ‘Oompah Loompahs’ band AND stars a handful of Australia’s finest actors in a unique adaptation of Samplemania... so plant your popcorn in the microwave & find that comfy groove in your couch!
S03E31 Episode 31 05/09/2007 Our special guests this week are solo artist & Squeeze frontman Glenn Tilbrook, charismatic comedian Denise Scott, stunning soprano Antoinette Halloran and Melbourne comic Matt Hardy. This week’s show also features the amazing voice of CW Stoneking and his Primitive Horn Orchestra, performing an original song called "Dodo Blues".
S03E32 Episode 32 12/09/2007 Our special guests this week are celebrated Seekers musician Keith Potger, the wickedly alluring Frank Woodley, extraordinary percussionist Claire Edwardes and masterfully cheeky pom Stephen K.Amos. This week’s show also features a hit clip from 1988 by Morris Major & The Minors.
S03E33 Episode 33 19/09/2007 Our special guests this week are burlesque opera singer Ali Mcgregor, wonderful wit-master Hamish Blake, composer & respected jazz musician Paul Grabowsky and bushy-tailed comedian Denise Scott. This week's collaborative performance features beat poet Phillip Norton accompanied by pianist Paul Grabowsky.
S03E34 Kids Music Special 26/09/2007 Our guests this week are Playschool presenter Justine Clarke, red skivvy Wiggle Murray Cook, Hi-5 performer Charli Delaney and Playschool presenter Jay Laga’aia. This week’s show features some very special guests for our Cover Versions game, and a live performance by Adam Simmons Toy Band & Murray Cook.
S03E35 Episode 35 03/10/2007 Our special guests this week are Commotions frontman & solo artist Lloyd Cole, charismatic stalker Dave O'Neil, gorgeous young actress Emily Browning and fresh-off-the-rack comedian Sammy J.
S03E36 Episode 36 10/10/2007 Our special guests this week are extroverted Uncanny X-Men frontman Brian Mannix, popular presenter & host Andrew Denton, classically trained songstress Katie Noonan and Clip Clop Club singer Gary Adams. This week’s closing performance will feature singer Gary Adams accompanied by Horse from Clip Clop Club.
S03E37 Episode 37 17/10/2007 Our special guests this week are Dropkick Murphys punk guitarist James Lynch, charming comedian Frank Woodley, acclaimed oboeist Diana Doherty and funny lady Corinne Grant.
S03E38 Episode 38 24/10/2007 Our special guests this week are Old Man River singer Ohad Rein, unorthodox riot Fiona O’loughlin, country showman’s daughter Anne Kirkpatrick and the wonderfully witty Hamish Blake. This week’s show features a live performance by old time string band Headbelly Buzzard, and Raymond Crowe brings us a marvelous world-class magician act that’s destined to sprinkle smiles of wonder across the nation…
S03E39 Episode 39 31/10/2007 Our special guests this week are eccentric conductor Guy Noble, deadpan larrikin Dave Hughes, solo folk singer Deb Conway and the darkly funny Adam Rozenbachs. This week’s show features an extra-special spooky Trick or Treat game, metal groovers Uncle Chunk and a ghoulish Kate Miller Heidke performing a frighteningly fabulous rendition of Talking Heads hit Psycho Killer.
S03E40 Episode 40 07/11/2007 Our special guests this week are 'master of ceremonies' Ignatius Jones, tassie comedian Anthony Morgan, talented young diva Elenoa Rokobaro and comedian turned author Dave O’Neil. This week’s show features a satirical clip titled ‘The Hitler Rap’ from the one and only, Mel Brooks.
S03E41 Episode 41 14/11/2007 Our special guests this week are Australian Crawl’s former singer James Reyne, holier than thou comedian Hamish Blake, leading cellist Emma Jane Murphy and multi-talented marvel Santo Cilauro. This week’s show also features a fiery live flamenco performance by Arte Kanela
S03E42 2007 Highlights Special 21/11/2007 Brace yourself for the Best of Spicks & Specks from 2007. All your favourite bits back by popular demand, plus a bunch of golden moments that never made it to air. Featuring David O’Doherty’s original song 'Very Mild Superpowers’, the story behind Anthony Callea’s traffic stopping behaviour, a spicy I’ll Jumble For Ya, Denise Scott singing Oklahoma and Richard Gill chinking imaginary cocktails. Add to the mix the Oompah Loompah band, an Elvis sandwich creation and impersonator, the year’s most popular closing performance by unusualist Raymond Crowe… and a montage of many more incredible moments!
S04E01 A Very Specky Christmas 2007 16/12/2007 Our special guests this week are boy wonder Hamish Blake, ARIA award winner Missy Higgins, interviewer extraordinaire Andrew Denton and razzle dazzle dancer Rhonda Burchmore. This week’s show features a star studded choir bringing down the house with a Specky version of ‘Winter Wonderland’ and an appearance by none other than the man himself, Santa. Don’t miss A Very Specky Christmas Special this Sunday at 7:30pm…it’s time to find out who’s been naughty or nice.
S04E02 Episode 2 06/02/2008 Myf's guests this week are Guy Pratt and comedian Dave O'Neil, while Alan's guests are singer Guy Sebastian and stand up comedian Cal Wilson.
S04E03 Episode 3 13/02/2008 Denise Scott and dancer David McAllister join Mif while Jade McRae and Hamish Blake join Alan for this week's episode.
S04E04 Episode 4 20/02/2008 Our special guests this week are Broadway luminary Caroline O’Connor, funny man Frank Woodley, documentary & music video director Julien Temple and comedian/ radio announcer Dave O’Neil. The closing performance features a live performance from Caroline O’Connor and the Carnevel Strings, as they perform an Edith Piaf rendition of the Sex Pistols song “Anarchy in the UK”.
S04E05 Episode 5 27/02/2008 Timewalk Our special guests this week are one of Australia’s finest conductors Richard Gill, funny girl Meshel Laurie, Rocky Horror writer/ actor Richard O’Brien and stand-up comedian David O’Doherty. This week's closing performance see's the panel pay a special tribute to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. This is one show not to be missed.
S04E06 Episode 6 05/03/2008 wolf tango Our special guests this week are television & theatre veteran Jacki Weaver, comedian & radio announcer Pete Helliar, New Buffalo singer & songwriter Sally Seltmann and comedian Colin Lane. This week’s closing performance will feature dub-tango band Tangazo, and their own version of the Duran Duran song, “Hungry Like The Wolf”.
S04E07 Episode 7 12/03/2008 Tango from your techno Our special guests this week are funny girl Felicity Ward, American singer-songwriter Barry McGuire, reggae sensation Ali Campbell and comedian Dave O'Neil. This week’s closing performance features a live rendition of Barry McGuire's 1965 protest song, "Eve of Destruction".
S04E08 Episode 8 19/03/2008 Pumpkin instruments Our special guests this week are Israeli musician Idan Raichel, comedian Ross Noble, songstress Eddi Reader and Spicks fave Adam Rozenbachs.
S04E09 Episode 9 26/03/2008 The special guests this week are The Wombats singer Matthew Murphy, the rye-larious Ryan Shelton, Toto rocker Steve Lukather and the dazzling Mehsel Laurie. This week's closing performance will feature Matthew's band, The Wombats, sing the theme song for the TV show Postman Pat, in Norwegian.
S04E10 Episode 10 02/04/2008 Our special guests this week are 'Hunters and Collectors' singer Mark Seymour, hilarious Fiona O'Loughlin, hot new singer/songwriter Newton Faulkner and tornado of madness Jason Byrne. This week's closer will feature the video clip called "Sort of Dunno Nuthin" by Pete Denahy.
S04E11 Episode 11 09/04/2008 Our special guests this week are Irish pretty boy Brian McFadden, naughty but nice comedian Stephen K Amos, Keating! The Musical star Casey Bennetto and golden girl Meshel Lauire. This week’s closer will feature one of Australia’s unique performers, the inimitable Bob Log III, as he pays homage to Alice Cooper’s School's Out for Summer.
S04E12 Episode 12 16/04/2008 Our special guests this week are masterful conductor Nicolette Fraillon, funny boy Hamish Blake, the man who makes Keating look cool Mike McLeish and Brett from Kath and Kim, Peter Rowsthorn. This week’s closing performance will feature a live performance from Mike McLeish, along with the creator of Keating! The Musical, Casey Bennetto and a song they have written especially for the show entitled “Slow Song”.
S04E13 Episode 13 23/04/2008 Our special guests this week are ARIA award winning singer/ songwriter Clare Bowditch, Possessed comedian Frank Woodley, one of the biggest names in musical theatre Stephen Schwartz and comedian Fiona O’Loughlin. This week’s closing performance will feature one man band, That One Guy.
S04E14 Episode 14 30/04/2008 Our special guests this week are stage and screen beauty Rachael Beck, comedian and Australia’s answer to Bob Hope Hamish Blake, jazz singer sensation Kurt Elling and the golden girl of funny Meshel Laurie. This week’s closing performance features the video clip of Billy Squier, with “Rock Me Tonight” showing what you can do with a video camera, bad dances moves and a tear away tee.
S04E15 Episode 15 07/05/2008 Our special guests this week are stage and screen siren Lorna Luft, comedian and broadcaster Jonathan Biggins, aussie sax player Wilber Wilde and comedian Felicity Ward. This week’s closing performance features Lorna Luft, accompanied by The Wilbur Wilde Ordeal, as they belt out “Rockabye Your Baby With A Dxie Melody”
S04E16 Episode 16 14/05/2008 Our special guests this week are former ABC Recovery host Dylan Lewis, straight talking comedian Judy Lucy, singer and songwriter Lisa Miller and Mental As Anything band member Greedy Smith. This week’s closing performance features a video clip from Cameo called “Word Up” from 1987. It combines dancing policemen, great moustaches, and a red leather codpiece. This has to be seen to be believed.
S04E17 Episode 17 21/05/2008 Our special guests this week are Australia's outstanding stage actress Marina Prior, comedian Dave Hughes, English broadcaster and music critic John Amis and last but certainly not least, the fabulous Denise Scott. This week’s closing performance is by Marina Prior as she sings a funk version of “Phantom of the Opera” accompanied by Stevie Hesketh and his amazing Optigan.
S04E18 Episode 18 28/05/2008 Our special guests this week are one of the most respected names in the music industry Amanda Pelman, the Ry-tabulous Ryan Shelton, keyboardist for the Rogue Traders James Ash and comedian Mikey Robins. This week’s closing performance is a video clip by Stefan Dennis, with his 1989 attempt “Don’t It make You feel Good”.
S04E19 Episode 19 04/06/2008 Our special guests this week are Aussie musician Ray Burgess, the ever entertaining Meshel Laurie, toilet cleaner turned stage sensation Shane Jocobson and the ever so talented Clare Moore. This week’s closing performance is a video clip by called “The Happy Hour Brigade”. It was made by a group of Aussie muso’s living in LA in the seventies and features Brian Cadd, Russell Morris, Daryl Cotton, Rick Springfield and our own Ray Burgess.
S04E20 Episode 20 11/06/2008 Our special guests this week are actor and Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush, Australia’s Next Top Model/Comedian Hamish Blake, Australian singer & songwriter Dan Sultan and stand-up comedian Denise Scott. This week’s closing performance is a video clip that reached #1 in the UK charts in 1982. “Save Your Love” by Renee and Renato was a Christmas hit and we’re sure it will be with you.
S04E21 Episode 21 18/06/2008 Our special guests this week are Blue King Brown band member Natalie Pa’apa’a, comedian and radio announcer Dave O’Neil, Irish singer/songwriter Damien Leith and Kiwi funny girl Cal Wilson. This week’s closing performance is a special one, as it involves one guest performing a cover of Whitney Houston’s, “I Will Always Love You”. Stay tuned… This weeks 'Look Ma...' band are The Junes
S04E22 Episode 22 25/06/2008 Our special guests this week are Kiwi born musician Mike Rudd, funny guy with hair to match Hamish Blake, Opera sensation Taryn Fiebig and US comedian Tommy Dean. This week’s closing performance is a video clip of a heavy metal guitar virtuoso by the name of Michael Angelo Batio. It will make you want to get out your air guitar and play like you’ve never played before.
S04E23 Episode 23 02/07/2008 Our special guests this week are world renowned DJ Kaz James, Newstopia star Shaun Micallef, singer Sipokazi Luzipo from the Soweto Gospel Choir and comedian Adam Rozenbachs. This week’s closing performance will leave you wanting more. The Soweto Gospel Choir grace the Spicks and Specks stage and leave us all wanting more. Latin Mestizo outfit San Lazaro play the songs for the ‘Look What They’ve Done to My Song, Ma…’ segment.
S04E24 Episode 24 09/07/2008 Our special guests this week are Irish pretty boy Brian McFadden, Spicks fave funny girl Felicity Ward, one of the most influential record executives in the business Tom Zutaut and Irish comedian Jason Byrne. This week’s closing performance features a special one, a live performance from Brian McFadden, as he gives us his own version of a Guns n Roses classic
S04E25 Episode 25 16/07/2008 Our special guests this week are electronica musician Muscles, wonder boy Hamish Blake, Aussie singer and dancer Nell Campbell and comedian Frank Woodley. This week’s closing performance features keyboard player Steve Hesketh playing a Hall and Oates song. Watch the show to find out what song and the reason behind it.
S04E26 Episode 26 23/07/2008 Our special guests this week are music producer Steve Weltman, comedian and radio announcer Amanda Keller, Aussie singer Vanessa Amorosi and English comedian Mark Watson. This week’s closing performance features a special performance by U2 tribute band Rattle and Hum. This episode’s ‘Look Ma….’ songs are being played by Rattle and Hum.
S04E27 Episode 27 28/07/2008 This week is a special one-off as the show brings cross-Tasman rivalry to the world of music. New Zealand is pitted against Australia in a battle to see who will walk away with the glory of winning Spicks and Speck. Our special guests this week are singer/songwriter Pete Murray, comedian Meshel Laurie representing the Aussie and singer Jenny Morris and comedian Tony Martin battling it out for the Kiwis. The episode’s closing performance features Adam Hills. Beware…it will have you singing along in your lounge room and throwing your hands in the air.
S04E28 Episode 28 06/08/2008 Our special guests this week are deck master DJ Carl Cox, comedian Denise Scott, Opera singer Ali McGregor and comedian Pete Helliar. The ‘Look Ma….’ songs are performed the Kings of Russian Criminal Sound – Vulgargrad. Click here to find out more about the band. This episode’s closing performance features Russian, Vulgargrad, and their version of a Young Talent Time classic…
S04E29 Episode 29 13/08/2008 Our special guests this week are indie rock musician Kim Salmon, comedian Dave O’Neil, music show host with the most Fuzzy and party boy Hamish Blake. Our special guest DJ for our pedal power game, ‘Malvern Stars on 45’ is the talented DJ M.A.F.I.A. The episode closes with a video clip from with a song called “Sex Appeal”. Be sure to watch for a laugh…
S04E30 Episode 30 20/08/2008 Our special guests this week are musician extraordinaire Paul Dyer, from the US smooth talking comedian Reginald D Hunter, Aussie songstress Kate Ceberano, Irish comedian Maeve Higgins. The ‘Look What They’ve Done to My Song, Ma…’ segment sees the songs being played in the style of a New Orleans Marching Band by The Hoodoo Mayhem Brass Band. This episode closes with a live performance by Hoodoo Mayhem as they take out the show with a New Orleans style rendition of a familiar theme song.
S04E31 Episode 31 27/08/2008 Our special guests this week are Australian Country Music singer Troy Cassar Daley, Aussie Comedian Felicity Ward, singer and actress Nell Campbell and hilarious in more ways than one comedian Ross Noble. This episode closes with a video clip from an American actor turned singer turned actor again. It was a hit in the 80’s but then that doesn’t say much…so were Hammer pants.
S04E32 Episode 32 03/09/2008 Our special guests this week are internationally acclaimed choreographer John O’Connell, ‘Ghosting’ champion Hamish Blake, Opera soprano and burlesque performer Ali McGregor and comedian Sammy J. This episode closes with a special duet featuring Sammy J and…Sammy J? Special guest DJ for ‘Malvern Stars’ is DJ Katch of the Resin Dogs
S04E33 Episode 33 10/09/2008 Our special guests this week are Jae Laffer from The Panics, comedian Denise Scott, musical director of the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs Brett Weymark and New Zealand comedian Al Pitcher. Special guest DJ for Malvern Stars is Aria Award winning DJ, Danielsan from Koolism. Be sure to watch out at the end of the show when Denise Scott’s dreams come true as Barry Smith serenades her with the Town Criers hit, “Everlasting Love”.
S04E34 Episode 34 17/09/2008 Our special guests this week are smooth talking US comedian Reginald D Hunter, from Idol to musical theatre Robert “Millsy” Mills, 60’s “Bandstand” regular Judy Stone and US comedian Arj Barker. Be sure to watch the end of the show for proof that accordions really do rock!
S04E35 Episode 35 24/09/2008 Our special guests this week are Canadian singer songwriter Ron Sexsmith, comedian Dave O’Neil, acclaimed Australian soprano Antoinette Halloran and reigning ghosting champion Hamish Blake. Be sure to watch the end of the show for a stellar performance by Ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro.
S04E36 Episode 36 01/10/2008 Our special guests this week are Australia singer songwriter John Butler, American comedian Kristen Schaal, of Australia’s best loved performers Rhonda Burchmore and comedian Mark Watson. Be sure to watch tonight’s episode for a live instrumental performance from John Butler, as he shows us just what he can do with a thirteen string guitar, on a number called “Ocean”.
S04E37 Behind the Scenes 08/10/2008 In this episode we have taken the time to answer some long awaited questions from our viewers. How does Alan Brough really know that much about music? Which moment is Myf Warhurst’s most embarrassing? Hosted by Hamish Blake, we take you behind the scenes and expose how Spicks and Specks is made. There are interviews with Adam Hills, Myf Warhurst and Alan Brough as they share their favourite moments over the past four seasons. See which games didn’t make it and how we choose our guests for the show. This is one for the fans and not to be missed.
S04E38 Episode 38 15/10/2008 Our special guests this week are singer Anne McCue, comedian Amanda Keller, singer songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke, entertainer Frankie J Holden. Tonight’s episode ends with a video clip from band, the Skatt Brothers ‘Life At the Outpost’.
S04E39 Episode 39 22/10/2008 Our special guests this week are conductor extraordinaire Richard Gill, comedian and radio star Dave O’Neil, American guitarist and singer Kaki King and comedian Adam Rozenbachs. Be sure to watch Kaki King pay tribute to deaf leopard!
S04E40 Episode 40 29/10/2008 Our special guests this week are music industry insider turned Idol judge Ian “Dicko” Dickson, International comedian Des Bishop, singer/songwriter Mia Dyson and Aussie comedian Heath Franklin. Be sure to watch to see Des Bishop perform a classic hip hop song with a twist.
S04E41 Episode 41 05/11/2008 Our special guests this week are indigenous didgeridoo virtuoso William Barton, comedian and author Denise Scott, International hit maker Leo Sayer and musical comedian Eddie Perfect. Be sure to watch for a sneak of Eddie Perfect performing a song from the hit stage show, Shane Warne: The Musical.
S04E42 Episode 42 12/11/2008 Our special guests this week are Oscar winning Geoffrey Rush, funny girl Felicity Ward, the all singing and all dancing Christine Anu and the popular Hamish Blake. This week’s episode closes the show with The Wiggles, as they play their version of the U2 song “Angel of Harlem”.
S04E43 The Best of 2008 19/11/2008 This week all your favourites moments of Spicks & Specks are all rolled into one show, as we give you the best of 2008. All your favourite moments have been carefully chosen and put together by our expert team. Hours turned into days which turned into weeks trying to choose the best moments. But we think we've finally done it. Check it out for yourself and be sure to watch the show.
S05E01 A Very Specky Christmas 2008 21/12/2008 Our special guests this week are comedian Meshel Laurie, International DJ Carl Cox, comedian Frank Woodley and Australian singer Ella Hooper. They are joined by a star studded line up, such as Cal Wilson, Denise Scott, Heath Franklin, Hamish Blake, Dave O’Neil, Felicity Ward and much, much, more.
S05E02 Episode 2 04/02/2009 Guests: Rebecca Barnard Dave O'Neill Guy Pearce Felicity Ward
S05E03 Episode 3 11/02/2009 Our special guests this week are Bruce Woodley from The Seekers, uproarious Meshel Laurie, Opera singer Antoinette Halloran and new comer Heath Franklin.
S05E04 Episode 4 18/02/2009 Our special guests this week are keyboard wizard Alan Zavod, AFI winner comedian/actor Stephen Curry, gold Logie winner actress/singer Georgie Parker, comedian Hamish Blake.
S05E05 Episode 5 25/02/2009 Our special guests this week are funky soul singer Sharon Jones, American comedian Tommy Dean, ARIA singer/songwriter David Bridie and radio presenter Amanda Keller.
S05E06 Episode 6 04/03/2009 Our special guests this week are “Coma” singer Max Sharam, comedian Danny Bhoy, Gold Logie winner John Wood and our favourite regular Denise Scott.
S05E07 Episode 7 11/03/2009 Our special guests this week are musician Chris Chaney, laugh-out-loud Meshel Laurie, singer Renee Geyer and comedian Jesse Griffin.
S05E08 Episode 8 18/03/2009 Our special guests this week are the sensational Pete Murray, hysterical Rhys Darby, knowledgeable Prof. Kim Walker and the exuberant Celia Pacquola
S05E09 Episode 9 25/03/2009 Our special guests this week are much loved Bob Evans, laugh out loud larrikin Dave Hughes, singing sensation Tina Arena and comedic cabaret Tim Minchin.
S05E10 Episode 10 01/04/2009 Our special guests this week are Irish folk/rock singer Luka Bloom, comedian Pete Helliar, classical virtuoso Katarina Kroslakova and comedian Adam Rozenbachs.
S05E11 Episode 11 08/04/2009 Our special guests this week are blues musician Seasick Steve, comedienne and ventriloquist Nina Conti, lead singer of the band Elbow Guy Garvey and British standup comedian John Moloney.
S05E12 Episode 12 15/04/2009 Our special guests this week are Suggs from the band Madness, laugh out loud Stephen K Amos, songstress Jade McRae and the sensational Steve Coogan.
S05E13 Episode 13 22/04/2009 Our special guests this week are Oz rocker Kram, comedian Rusty Berther (Scared Weird Little Guys), Disc jockey and booth announcer Pete Smith and Kath & Kim’s Gina Riley. Closing the show tonight is the band, the Spooky Men’s Chorale.
S05E14 Episode 14 29/04/2009 Our special guests this week are one of the world’s best bass players Guy Pratt, the wondrous Meshel Laurie, Soprano extraordinaire Taryn Fiebig and comedian Dave Hughes.
S05E15 Episode 15 06/05/2009 Our special guests this week are Indigenous musician Bart Willoughby, the laugh a minute Hamish Blake, singer/songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke and Mike Keat aka. Miguel Mantovani from The Cuban Brothers.
S05E16 Episode 16 13/05/2009 Our special guests this week are Speech from the Grammy Award winning band Arrested Development, comedian Judith Lucy, classical virtuoso Katarina Kroslakova and Scott Edgar from band Tripod.
S05E17 Episode 17 20/05/2009 Our special guests this week are rocker Chris Bailey from The Saints, comedian Dave O’Neil, songstress Silvie Paladino and the entertaining Shane Jacobsen.
S05E18 Episode 18 27/05/2009 Our special guests this week are Aussie rock legend Ross Wilson, Kiwi comedian Cal Wilson, songtress Sophie Koh and the man responsible for the safari suit revival Mark Trevorrow (aka Bob Downe).
S05E19 Episode 19 03/06/2009 Our special guests this week are internationally renowned opera singer Michael Smallwood, the enchanting Amanda Keller, guitar sensation Kaki King and joker Frank Woodley. Michael Smallwood closes the show with a live performance, singing a classic song but with one slight difference.
S05E20 50's Special 10/06/2009 Get your Delorean’s fired up because Spicks and Specks are taking you back to the 50’s. Our special guests this week are hip swinging Frankie J Holden, Australia’s answer to The Fonz Hamish Blake, the all singing and dancing Toni Lamond and voice-over artist Pete Smith.
S05E21 Episode 21 17/06/2009 Our special guests this week are NZ folk singer turned celebrity chef Iain Hewitson, US actress and stand up comedian Janeane Garofalo, singer/songwriter Shelley Harland and comedian Mike Wilmot.
S05E22 Episode 22 24/06/2009 Our special guests this week are funky soul singer Paris Wells, comedian Dave Hughes, conductor and trombonist Brett Kelly and the loveable Denise Scott. Be sure to watch DJ Mafia and Brett Kelly mixing up phat classical beats.
S05E23 Episode 23 01/07/2009 Our special guests this week are swing and cabaret singer David Campbell, gigglelicious Meshel Laurie, acclaimed soprano singer Antoinette Halloran and comedian Trevor Marmalade.
S05E24 Episode 24 08/07/2009 Our special guests this week are Australian Idol Wes Carr, Spicks and Specks favourite Hamish Blake, Australian rock legend Jim Keays, and rock-cabaret star Geraldine Quinn. Keep an eye out for a special live performance from Geraldine Quinn of a song she has written just for Spicks and Specks.
S05E25 Episode 25 15/07/2009 Our special guests this week are Wiggle Murray Cook, comedian Dave O’Neil, Australian singer, songwritter Ella Hooper, and Comedian Adam Rozenbachs. We also have a special live performance by sea shanty band The Miserable Little Bastards
S05E26 60's Special 22/07/2009 This week Spicks and Specks is making love, not war and taking you back to the 60s. Our groovy guests are ARIA Hall of Famer Brian Cadd, entertainment ledgend Ian Turpie, go-go dancer Denise Drysdale and celebrity gossip, Adam Richard.
S05E27 Episode 27 29/07/2009 This week on Spicks and Specks are entertainer Denis Walter, funnyman Colin 'Lano' Lane, folk singer Donna Simpson and one third of Tripod Scott 'Scod' Edgar.
S05E28 Episode 28 05/08/2009 Our special guests this week on Spicks and Specks are Australian blues ledgend Matt Taylor, regular member of the Spicks family, Denise Scott, classical flautist Jane Rutter and one half of comedy duo Scared Weird Little Guys, Rusty Berther.
S05E29 Episode 29 12/08/2009 Our special guests this week on Spicks and Specks are film producer and former music publicist Al Clark, international comedian Reginald D Hunter, singer Natalie Bassingthwaighte and Spicks and Specks favourite Meshel Laurie.
S05E30 Episode 30 19/08/2009 Our special guests this week on Spicks and Specks are Wicked’s good witch Glinda Lucy Durack, funny man Dave O’Neil, music legend Tim Finn and musical comedian Jackie Loeb.
S05E31 Episode 31 26/08/2009 This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are fedora wearing singer songwriter Jason Mraz, Chaotic comedian Jason Byrne, Deep Purple’s Glenn Hughes, and the wonderfully wrong Sarah Millican.
S05E32 Episode 32 02/09/2009 This week on Spicks and Speck our special guests are Wa Wa Nee’s Paul Gray, lady of laughs George McEncroe, Dash and Will’s Charlie Thorpe and larrikin Dave Hughes .
S05E33 200th Show 09/09/2009 This week is our 200th episode and to help use celebrate we have the pianist and composer Paul Grabowsky gigglelicious Meshel Laurie, Australian singer Ella Hooper and Spicks and Specks favourite Hamish Blake.
S05E34 Episode 34 16/09/2009 This week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are Australia’s original childrens popstar Peter Combe, rock & roll photographer Tony Mott, comedy writer and stand up comedian Celia Pacquola and UK funny man Stephen K Amos.
S05E35 Episode 35 23/09/2009 This week on Spicks & Specks our Special guests are Crowded House bass guitarist Nick Seymour, rock singer/song writer John Swanee Swan, actor/comedian Eddie Perfect and comedian Denise Scott.
S05E36 70's Special 30/09/2009 Spicks and Specks is taking you back to the 70s this week. Our far out guests are Mushroom records founder Michael Gudinski, comedian Tommy Dean, Music guru Molly Meldrum, and Australian TV darling Noeline Brown.
S05E37 Episode 37 07/10/2009 Our special guests this week are guitarist/violinist Rob McComb, comedian Rusty Berther , vocalist Sophie Brous, and comedian Dave O’Neil.
S05E38 Episode 38 14/10/2009 Our special guests this week are singer Suze DeMarchi, English comedian Russell Kane, the MC of Woodstock Chip Monck and American funny man Rich Hall.
S05E39 Episode 39 21/10/2009 Our special guests this week are the drummer for INXS Jon Farris, musical comedian Scott Edgar, singer/song writer Megan Washington and comedian Adam Rozenbachs.
S05E40 Episode 40 28/10/2009 This week on Spicks & Specks our Special guests are singer/songwriter Jordie Lane , the hilarious Denise Scott, Hokum blues singer CW Stoneking and the always entertaining Hamish Blake .
S05E41 80's Special 04/11/2009 Put on your shoulder pads and perm your hair, this week Spicks and Specks is taking you back to the 80s. Our totally awesome guests tonight are Uncanny X-Men’s Brian Mannix, comedian George McEncroe, Chantoozie Ally Fowler and funny man Dave O’Neil.
S05E42 Episode 42 11/11/2009 This week the Spicks & Specks team have searched through all of the footage and put together of the best & funniest moments for 2009. This year we saw our 200th show come about and loved having you all along for the ride, so sit back, relax and laugh along with Adam, Myf, Alan and guests as the music show brings you the best of it’s best.
S05E43 Episode 43 18/11/2009 This week the Spicks & Specks team have decided to bring you all of the bits & pieces that ended up on the editing room floor. You'll see the comical mistakes, funny stories and segments that just didn’t fit into our half hour show. Then we finish with something a little bit naughty!
S06E01 A Very Specky Christmas 2009 20/12/2009 Be sure to tune into ABC1 Sunday December 20th at 7.30pm to see our Spicks & Specks Christmas Special coming live from Bethlehem this year. Join us as we celebrate the year that was 2009 with all your Spicks and Specks favourites.
S06E02 Episode 2 03/02/2010 We kick off 2010 with special guests Australian rock legend Dave Faulkner, Kiwi comedian Cal Wilson, 2009 ARIA Best Female Artist winner Sarah Blasko and Spicks and Specks favourite, Hamish Blake. Noriko Tadano will also be performing on the traditional Japanese instrument, the Shamisen
S06E03 Episode 3 10/02/2010 This week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are one of Australia’s finest conductors Richard Gill, funny woman Kitty Flanagan, Queen of Loops Mirihangi and loveable Spicks favourite Denise Scott We also have a special performance by The Nymphs who take a step back to the 1940s, echoing the sass and class of the Andrews Sisters.
S06E04 Episode 4 17/02/2010 This week we on Spicks and Specks our special guest are Australia’s answer to Elvis Dan Sultan, Aussie actor and TV personality Ernie Dingo, song-bird Missy Higgins and side-splitting lady of comedy Magda Szubanski.
S06E05 Episode 5 24/02/2010 Our special guest this week on Spicks and Specks are Kids in the Kitchen’s Scott Carne, lady of laughs Meshel Laurie, Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine and Comedian and radio personality Dave Callan.
S06E06 Episode 6 03/03/2010 Our special guest this week on Spicks and Specks are The Three Deck Wizard Carl Cox, Spicks and Specks favourite Dave O'Neil, Canadian alt country singer Neko Case and one half of The Scared Weird Little Guys, Rusty Berther.
S06E07 Episode 7 10/03/2010 This week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are Dinosaur Jr’s J Mascis, funny-man Colin Lane, darling of opera Antoinette Halloran and Scottish comedian Jason Cook.
S06E08 Episode 8 17/03/2010 This week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are Fame: The Musical’s Chris Durling, funny-woman Fiona O'Loughlin, iconic Australian entertainer Patti Newton and American comedian Eddie Ifft
S06E09 Episode 9 24/03/2010 This Week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are singer and guitarist Paul Dempsey, lady of laughs Cal Wilson, iconic Australian actress Colette Mann and The D-Gen’s Tony Martin. We also have a special performance by The Beez
S06E10 Episode 10 31/03/2010 This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are Cold Chisel’s Ian Moss, Spicks and Specks favourite Denise Scott, Soul sister Danielle Carauna, better known as Mama Kin and American comedian who now calls Australia home, Tommy Dean.
S06E11 Episode 11 07/04/2010 This week on Spicks and Specks our special guest are pianist and composer Joe Chindamo, Canadian comedian Phil Nichol, The Dresden Dolls’ Amanda Palmer, and Tripod’s Scott Edgar
S06E12 Episode 12 14/04/2010 On Spicks and Specks this week our special guests are The Angels' frontman Doc Neeson, Spicks favourite Meshel Laurie, Mama Mia's Lara Mulcahy and The Mighty Boosh’s Rich Fulcher There is also a special performance from The Perch Creek Family Jug Band.
S06E13 Episode 13 21/04/2010 On Spicks and Specks this week our special guests are Kisschasy front man Darren Cordeux, American comedian Reginald D Hunter, soul singer Darlene Love and metal head comedian Steve Hughes.
S06E14 Episode 14 28/04/2010 On Spicks and Specks this week our special guests Australian singer, song writer and television personality Mark Holden, funny-woman Felicity Ward, Operator Please’s Amandah Wilkinson and Spicks’ family member Hamish Blake.
S06E15 Episode 15 05/05/2010 Rock’n’roll icon Meat Loaf, lady of laughs Magda Szubanski, Magic Dirt’s Adalita and Australia’s favourite Irishman Jimeoin.
S06E16 Episode 16 12/05/2010 This week on Spicks and Specks the special Aussie singer Sarah McLeod, The D-Gen’s Tony Martin, Jewish reggae musician Matisyahu and loveable larrikin Frank Woodley.
S06E17 Britannia Special 19/05/2010 This week is the first of our around the world specials for 2010. First stop is Great Britain with our Britannia Special. Our Special guests are the jazzy Jamie Cullum, British comedian Sarah Millican music journalist Ritchie Yorke, and Spicks favourite Hamish Blake. There is also a special performance by Elton Jack.
S06E18 Episode 18 26/05/2010 Our Special guests this week are American singer-songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman, stand up comedian Craig Hill, musically diverse Bob Brozman, and Melbourne comedian Denise Scott. There is also a special performance by Squawkestra.
S06E19 Episode 19 02/06/2010 Our Special guests this week are the music guru John Foreman, Aussie comedian Kitty Flanagan, American folk singer Mary Gauthier, and stand up comedian Tommy Dean. There is also a special performance by The Break.
S06E20 Episode 20 09/06/2010 Our Special guests this week are one half of British electro act Basement Jaxx, Felix Buxton, award winning Producer Mark Opitz, aussie comedian Meshel Laurie, and former drama teacher turned comedian Damian Callinan.
S06E21 Episode 21 16/06/2010 Guests: Lisa Lambert Jimeoin Amber Lawrence Tony Martin
S06E22 Episode 22 23/06/2010 Our Special guests this week are the burlesque vamp Christa Hughes, Stand-up Comedian Andrew O’Neill, Aussie muso Rohan Brooks, and everyone’s favourite Hamish Blake.
S06E23 Americana Special 30/06/2010 For our Americana Special, guests this week are jazz and blues legend Barbara Morrison, American comedian Tommy Dean, Country Soul singer Diana Trask, and stand up comedian Denise Scott. There is also a special performance by the Dixieland jazz band, Dave Hetherington’s Jazzbos.
S06E24 Episode 24 07/07/2010 Our Special guests this week are Aussie Rock Singer Ron Peno, regular guest comedian Meshel Laurie , Opera Singer Jacqueline Porter, and adopted Irish mega star comedian Des Bishop. There is also a special performance by Barry Morgan, from the world of Organs.
S06E25 Episode 25 14/07/2010 Our Special guests this week are UK talent Gemma Ray, English comedian Tom Binns, Yellow Wiggle Sam Moran, and popular & versatile comedian Dave O’Neil.
S06E26 Episode 26 21/07/2010 Our Special guests this week are Country Singer Felicity Urquhart, Tasmanian Comedian Hannah Gadsby, Lead Singer Phil Jamieson, and English comedian Ross Noble.
S06E27 Episode 27 28/07/2010 Our Special guests this week are Irish Singer Brian McFadden, British Comedian Gina Yashere, the Jazz honed voice of Megan Washington and the very popular Aussie comedian Damian Callinan.
S06E28 Episode 28 04/08/2010 Our Special guests this week are Hall of Fame and Aussie Rock Chick Chrissy Amphlett, Melbourne Comedian Denise Scott, Country rock singer Henry Wagons, and comedian Celia Pacquola.
S06E29 Europa Special 11/08/2010 For our Europa Special, guests this week are Swedish Singer Songwriter Jens Lekman, comedian Meshel Laurie, Australian music conductor Richard Gill, and comedian Joe Avati.
S06E30 Episode 30 18/08/2010 Joining Adam, Myf and Alan this week are Canadian singer/songwriter Ann Vriend, Aussie rock band Church front-man Steve Kilbey, English comedian and radio host John Richardson, and show favourite Dave O'Neill.
S06E31 Episode 31 25/08/2010 Our Special guests this week are Singer & Songwriter Ella Hooper, American comedian Dom Irrera, Composer, Producer and Music Director Gil Askey and our own Aussie Comedian Frank Woodley.
S06E32 Episode 32 01/09/2010 This week on Spicks and Specks - Indie pop star Katrina Noorbergen, US comedian Greg Behrendt, Conductor Benjamin Northey & Denise Scott.
S06E33 Episode 33 08/09/2010 Joining Adam, Myf and Alan this week are the man behind 'Keating the Musical' Casey Bennetto, English comedian Tim Vine, 'impossible dreamer' Kamahl, and comedian Meshel Laurie.
S06E34 Episode 34 15/09/2010 Our Special guests this week are musician and writer Paul Stewart, singer & entertainer Little Pattie and British comedians Francesca Martinez and Ross Noble. There is also a special performance by Peter Nowotnik.
S06E35 Australiana Special 22/09/2010 In our “Australiana Special”, guests this week are singer, songwriter Gabriella Cilmi, Aussie comedian Dave O’Neil, singer & entertainer Troy Cassar-Daley and Aussie comedian Frank Woodley. There is also 2 special performances by Wayne Thorpe and another by Doug Goodman & Wacca the Gumtree Drummer.
S06E36 Funniest Moments of 2010 29/09/2010 This week the Spicks and Specks team have searched through all of the footage and put together the best and funniest moments for 2010. The whole team at Spicks and Specks has loved having you all along for the ride, so sit back, relax and laugh along with Adam, Myf, Alan and guests as the music show brings you the best of its best.
S06E37 Deleted Scenes 06/10/2010 This Week the Spicks and Specks team have decided to bring you all of the bits and pieces that ended up on the editing room floor. You'll see the comical mistakes, funny stories and segments tht just didn't fit into our half hour show. Then we finish with something a little bit naughty.
S07E01 A Very Specky Christmas 2010 24/12/2010 We will be celebrating Christmas and recapping the year that was 2010 with all the usual joy and merriment when we bring you A Very Specky Christmas this Christmas Eve at 8.30pm. This year we are coming live from Santa’s Workshop and will be joined by Aussie rock icon Jimmy Barnes, Spicks and Specks family member Denise Scott, 2010 ARIA winner Sia Furler and Australia’s favourite Irish comedian Jimeoin.
S07E02 Episode 2 04/05/2011 Guests this week include the dapper Stephen K Amos, king of the miniature keyboard David O’Doherty, the dazzling Kitty Flanagan and 24-carat hip-hop comedian Doc Brown grace our panel and the boys from Tripod have their way with favourite segment Look What They’ve Done to Our Song Ma. But wait, there’s more. Keep an eye out for special guest appearances by Dave O’Neil, Pete Helliar, Felicity Ward, Tom Ballard, Adam Rozenbachs, jazzy Brits The Horne Section & many more….
S07E03 Episode 3 11/05/2011 This week on Spicks and Specks our guests are opera and musical theatre performer Anthony Warlow, funny man Colin Lane, blues singer-songwriter Grace Woodroofe, and Spicks favourite Hamish Blake. There is also a special performance from Cigar Box Guitar Duo.
S07E04 Episode 4 18/05/2011 Joining Adam, Myf and Alan are 'queen of pop' Marcia Hines, musical comedian Justin Heazlewood, Short Stack front-man Shaun Diviney, and stand-up comedian Peter Hellier.
S07E05 Episode 5 25/05/2011 This week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are dancer Matt Lee,and lady of laughs Meshel Laurie, jazz man Vince Jones and Tripod’s Scott Edgar.
S07E06 Episode 6 01/06/2011 This week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are Uncanny X-Men’s Brian Mannix, Spicks and Specks favourite Dave O'Neil, musical theatre darling Christie Whelan and American comedian who now calls Australia home, Tommy Dean.
S07E07 Episode 7 08/06/2011 This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are US singer-songwriter Ben Folds, Spicks family member Denis Scott, American actress and singer Jane Badler and the fabulous Adam Richard. We also have an amazing performance by Melbourne horror country act Graveyard Train.
S07E08 Episode 8 22/06/2011 This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are Australian entertainment industry great Glenn Wheatley, funny man Pete Helliar, Diafrix’s Azmarino and US comedian that now calls Australia home Tommy Dean.
S07E09 Episode 9 29/06/2011 Joining Adam, Myf and Alan are Irish whistle player and singer Finbar Furey, country singer/songwriter Shane Nicholson, musical comedian Scott Edgar, and show favourite Dave O'Neil.
S07E10 Episode 10 13/07/2011 This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are US trumpeter Chris Botti, funny man Damian Callinan, singer-guitarist Diesel and the hilarious Judith Lucy. The Bombay Royal join us for Look What They’ve Done to My Song Ma.
S07E11 Episode 11 20/07/2011 This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are The Dandy Warhols' frontman Courtney Taylor Taylor, the hilarious Pete Helliar, rock comedy diva Geraldine Quinn and Tripod's Scott Edgar.
S07E12 Episode 12 27/07/2011 This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are Regurgitator front man Quan Yeomans, Kiwi comedian Cal Wilson, conductor and musical director Kellie Dickerson and an American comedian who now calls Australia home, Tommy Dean. The Magnets join us for Look What They've Done to My Song Ma.
S07E13 Episode 13 03/08/2011 This week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are funky soul singer Paris Wells Australia's favourite Irish comedian Jimeoin, composer Iain Grandage and loveable larrikin Frank Woodley
S07E14 Episode 14 10/08/2011 This week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are funky soul singer Justin Burford, Spicks and Specks favourite Dave O'Neil, singer Sharon Millerchip and lady of laughs Meshel Laurie. We also have a special performance by six piece Latin act Carino Son.
S07E15 Episode 15 17/08/2011 This week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band's Mic Conway, Spicks family member Denise Scott, Australia's leading lady of musical theatre Marina Prior, and comedian Lawrence Mooney
S07E16 Episode 16 24/08/2011 This Week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are internationally acclaimed soprano Antoinette Halloran, funny boy Tom Ballard, seasoned Aussie chanteuse Wendy Stapleton and comedian Damian Callinan
S07E17 Episode 17 31/08/2011 This Week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are singer/songwriter Leah Flanagan, Irish comedian Jimeoin, Aussie bush balladeer John Williamson and the always funny Dave O'Neil. We also have a special performance by That 1 Guy.
S07E18 Episode 18 07/09/2011 This Week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are jazz vocalist Elana Stone, local comedian Dave Thornton, Australian music icon Iva Davies and the irrepressible Frank Woodley. We also have a special performance by The Tango Saloon.
S07E19 Episode 19 14/09/2011 This week on Spicks and Specks our special guest are Singer & Songwriter Ella Hooper, Spicks favourite Hamish Blake, one of Australia's finest conductors Richard Gill, and the gigglicious Meshel Laurie.
S07E20 Episode 20 21/09/2011 This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are Parkway Drive's Winston McCall funny man Pete Helliar, show business all rounder Jane Clifton and the hilarious Lawrence Mooney
S07E21 Episode 21 28/09/2011 This week our guests on Spicks and Specks are Australian music industry legend Michael Chugg, US comedian that now calls Australia home Tommy Dean, funky soul singer Sharon Jones and funny-woman Felicity Ward. We also have a special performance by multi-instrumentalist Juzzie Smith.
S07E22 Episode 22 05/10/2011 This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are Italian singer Patrizio Buanne, lady of laughs Meshel Laurie, US rapper Pigeon John and the hilarious Damian Callinan
S07E23 Episode 23 12/10/2011 This week our guests on Spicks and Specks are Aussie rock legend Ross Wilson, Specks family member Denise Scott, acclaimed singer, actress and vocal impersonator Bernadette Robinson, and funny man Pete Helliar. We also have a special performance by Dan Warner.
S07E24 Episode 24 19/10/2011 This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are Aussie country star Lee Kernaghan, musical comedian Rusty Berther, mezzo soprano Fiona Campbell and the hilarious Greg Fleet.
S07E25 Episode 25 26/10/2011 This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are Oz rocker Kram, comedy's indie prince Josh Earl, director of opera and music theatre Hugh Halliday and Spicks and Specks favourite Dave O'Neil.
S07E26 Episode 26 02/11/2011 This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are ex-Skyhooks' guitarist Red Symons, Spicks family member Denise Scott, soprano Takesha Meshé Kizart and Tripod's Scott Edgar. The show also features Australia's queen of the boogie woogie piano, Jan Preston.
S07E27 The Very Best of Spicks and Specks (1) 09/11/2011 The world of music exposed like never before. Comedian Adam Hills leads two teams through different rounds of music-related riddles and games.
S07E28 The Very Best of Spicks and Specks (2) 16/11/2011 The world of music exposed like never before. Comedian Adam Hills leads two teams through different rounds of music-related riddles and games.
S07E29 Finale 23/11/2011 After seven years, 277 episodes, more than 150 special guests, and thousands of questions, the purple velvet curtain will close for the last time on Australia's favourite music quiz show. Join Adam, Alan and Myf for the finale.

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