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From the creators of Eric Roberts is the Man, Cinema Smorgasbord is an umbrella brand for a collection of all new themed podcasts including the Jackie Chan-themed We Do Our Own Stunts, the genre film festival celebration Cinema Fantastica, How Do You Do Fellow Kids: The Work of Steve Buscemi, Whatever Happened To Vic Diaz, and more! All hosted by your beloved ERITFM hosts Doug Tilley and Liam O’Donnell
 
Liam Barnes takes a deeper dive into the happenings of the SEO community. Liam is the Sr. SEO Analyst for Harness, and works 24/7 on coming up with new ideas for the SEO world. He is an award-finalist in the US Search Awards for 2 separate awards, and is an industry thought leader in SaaS SEO. He is an ex-SEO consultant for Directive. You can see the podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter, and more.
 
All areas of an organization, even those still in the analog world, are being transformed by technology. This shift isn't just modernizing manual processes with digital tools, but changing the fabric of an organization to support a new way of thinking. So while it may be a buzzword, digital transformation is happening and we're here to unpack it with you. Between big ideas and tiny details is the ten thousand foot view. Join the technology consultants from OST as we discuss the changing land ...
 
Dirty Linen covers the issues the hospitality industry finds hard to share in public - it’s all up for grabs and everything is on the table. Your host is food journalist Dani Valent. For 20 years, Dani has been writing about restaurants and the people who give them life. But she’s an outsider, a critic, a tourist, a fan. Despite hearing the stories and writing the tales, she’s never really understood what happens behind the scenes. Now it’s time to go deep. Dirty Linen sticks to one topic fo ...
 
Catch up on what is happening in the museum and gallery sector, hear from artists and creatives, and learn about exciting ideas and projects happening across NSW. Museums & Galleries of NSW helps small-medium museums, galleries and Aboriginal cultural centres create exciting experiences for visitors and, through this, thriving local NSW communities. We don’t run museums, galleries and cultural centres but we care about those who do. We develop their skills, connect them with others in the in ...
 
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Are there any barriers to who can cook what cuisine? David Lakhi doesn't think so. He's the Indian-born chef of Heidelberg, Melbourne restaurant Little Black Pig & Sons and he stands behind the heart, soul and flavour of his Italian menu. David has been embraced by the community - they supported each other through lockdown after lockdown - but he's…
 
As Joseph Abboud's Rumi marks 15 years, we celebrate the endurance of this modern Middle Eastern restaurant in Melbourne's Brunswick East and mourn the passing of the city's Bar Saracen. What is it that makes a restaurant work, and how does Abboud now balance risk and reward as he charts a path forward? https://www.rumirestaurant.com.au Follow Dirt…
 
When chef Peter Doyle closed Sydney's Est in 2018, the then 66-year-old was calling time on a stellar career as chef-restaurateur that spanned five decades. He stepped into a leadership role at Merivale's internal chef apprenticeship school. We talk about the program, why it's necessary and how best to train and inspire chefs. We also chat about Me…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On this episode of WE DO OUR OWN STUNTS, a chronological Jackie Chan podcast, Jackie is still stuck in Korea with Lo Wei who is determined to make him a star. His next attempt is 1977’s TO KILL WITH INTRIGUE, an often baffling revenge film featuring Hsu Feng as a memorably sadistic villain who falls in love with Jackie’s Lei Shao…
 
Restrictions are easing in Melbourne and restaurants are allowed to reopen but it's not as simple as that, especially in the CBD. We talk to cafe owner Elisa Mariani of Mayday in Richmond, and Greta and Maverick in the city. As she musters the energy to build business back up again, she knows it's not going to be easy with offices capped at 25% cap…
 
As Melbourne emerges from Lockdown #4, we chat to Byron Barrowclough from Moorabbin pub Wilbury & Sons. Byron talks about clawing back lockdown losses, the ongoing issue of staffing and some silver linings: after months stuck in 5K, Melbourne is loving its neighbourhoods and a cosy pub for locals feels like just the ticket. Bring on the lamb shanks…
 
As a graduate visa holder, Pranav Kapoor's pathway through the pandemic has been perilous, often literally. When he lost his job last year, he took up work as a delivery rider, skidding around Melbourne's streets in the rain. Now he's got a great job managing the coffee shop, restaurant and bar in a five-star hotel...or at least he will when Melbou…
 
For 20 years, Ashley Palmer-Watts was Heston Blumenthal's right-hand man. As the UK emerges from lockdown, Ash talks expansively about what he's up to now (coffee and cycle tours) plus the broader situation: a staffing crisis, Brexit, the post-isolation return to activity. We also discuss the endlessly invigorating Heston years and Ash shares inspi…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify Nothing in your education or experience could prepare you for Alejandro Jodorowsky’s THE HOLY MOUNTAIN and on this episode of JodoWOWsky we’re going long on one of the strangest, most unique, most transformative films ever made. We start by discussing Jodorowsky’s career post-El Topo and the preparation for – and influences on – …
 
With Melbourne still in lockdown, we chat to inspiring micro-business owner Christy Tania of Glace Desserts. Christy refuses to be a victim of difficult circumstances. While admitting every day is scary and hard right now, she continues to create, energise, refashion and take control. She shares ideas for mindset and self-care as well as business s…
 
It's the day after Bash At The Beach 1996 and everything has changed on Nitro. Not only is beloved hero Hulk Hogan now a villain in league with The Outsiders, but WCW are filming their Monday night TV show at Disney in broad daylight! An intriguing and unique episode begins the steady move into the promotion's absolute peak. Join Dean and Liam for …
 
As lockdown eases in regional Victoria, we chat to Liam Thornycroft, owner of Cliffy's Emporium and Beppe in Daylesford. Given the diner and density restrictions, Liam has been crunching the numbers and working out if and when to reopen with his staff's needs foremost in his mind. He's also dreading checking postcodes to ensure Melbourne diners are…
 
As Melbourne heads towards the end of the circuit breaker lockdown and into its extension, we chat to someone who is used to getting no government support. Adam Walsh is from the UK and has been working at Mesa Verde. But with no work at the moment, he's reverted to his old side hustle making candles and selling them on Instagram. Adam is studying …
 
Ideally, we would spend our time with Guy Grossi talking about ragu and tiramisu but with Melbourne in lockdown and much to worry about, we talk mindset, strategies, passion and determination - oh and lasagne because there's always time for lasagne. http://www.grossi.com.au Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/deepintheweedspod…
 
How's it going for international students? Mexican American Robert Holguin came to Melbourne on a whim and a working holiday visa in 2019. He loved it...until the pandemic set in. After a long, lean lockdown he enrolled in a commercial cookery course and paid for a student visa. Unfortunately, the whole thing feels like a scam. On the up side, he l…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On this episode of HOW DO YOU DO, FELLOW KIDS? we continue our journey through the career of Steve Buscemi with the hilarious Armando Iannucci-directed 2017 comedy THE DEATH OF STALIN. Adapted from a French graphic novel, the film deals with the political maneuverings that kick into gear following the sudden death of Joseph Stali…
 
The night Melbourne went into lockdown, Dirty Linen host Dani Valent was supposed to be dining at the Royal Mail Hotel, four hours west of Melbourne. Oh well. In lieu of eating the food, Dani talks to chef Robin Wickens. We chat about what would have been on the menu, maturing as a cook and mentor, and about the 'copycat scandal' in 2006 when Wicke…
 
LOCKDOWN #4. As Victoria goes back into lockdown, we talk to Etta Dining's Hannah Green. With cases in Brunswick and other nearby suburbs, Hannah thinks locking down is the right thing to do. She flipped quickly to takeaway to try to create stability and income for her staff. She's depleted and drained but trying to keep things in perspective and f…
 
Staffing! How do you hire, train, inspire and hang onto staff and what are some menu creation strategies that allow you to operate with less experienced workers? We dig into it with experienced consultant, trainer and chef Mark Normoyle, co-owner of Luna’s Food & Wine in Melbourne’s St Kilda. https://www.lunas.com.au/ Follow Dirty Linen on Instagra…
 
Andrew Prior parlayed his stint as a contestant on MasterChef Australia 2013 into a food tour business, first in Melbourne and since 2016 in France. At the end of 2019 he was flying high after a super successful trip through the Cote d'Azur. Since then it's been tough - food tourism and pandemics don't really vibe. We speak as France opens up to ou…
 
Chef Jenna Abbruzzese owns Kitchenette in Hawthorn with her partner Megan Griffey. They entered the pandemic with a cheek-by-jowl 20-seat cafe, now completely refashioned as a take-home providore. Feeding the community in this new way is intimate and connected but there was some deep sadness as they worked through the change. https://www.ourkitchen…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On the latest ERIC ROBERTS IS THE MAN: REDUX we’re joined by author/director Jeremy Herbert to watch 1999’s FACADE! It’s filled with crime, obnoxious noises, “comedy”, and so much more. We also chat about Steven Seagal, DISNEY ADULTS, the monsterverse, dog spies and, of course, all things Eric Roberts! CHECK IT OUT! This episode’…
 
This week on Dirty Linen we’re looking at hospitality business models. What kind of tweaks and rethinks have people made to craft businesses that are more viable and perhaps better aligned with their hearts, souls and visions for a balanced life? Today we’re in Kyneton with sometime publican Melissa Macfarlane, who with her husband Frank Moylan sta…
 
It's the end of an era on the Watchalong series, as Dean and Liam cover the final episode of Monday Nitro prior to the arrival of the New World Order and professional wrestling being turned on its head. A mostly-enjoyable run of pre-Hollywood Hogan television finishes up with a decent enough offering, featuring the biggest Ric Flair's Banquet Table…
 
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, remote healthcare (also known as telehealth) was gaining some traction and popularity, but once the pandemic hit, remote doctor visits suddenly became the default. Telehealth expert Joe Brennan is confident that trend is here to stay. On this episode, Joe is interviewed by OST's CIO, Jim VanderMey. They discuss how t…
 
Today we welcome Turkish student and chef Tugce Bayrakdar back to Dirty Linen to talk about hospitality employment from the perspective of an international student. Tugce is currently working at Attica Summer Camp and having a great time, but she reflects on a stressful working history in Australia. Students like Tugce are often uninformed, underpa…
 
We continue to ponder staffing in a great discussion with veteran Brisbane chef and restaurateur Shannon Kellam. Shannon and his wife Clare own French restaurant Montrachet as well as Lumiere Culinary Studio and The Kneadery bakeries. Though he has old-school values, Shannon has needed to innovate, creating a production kitchen to manage his chefs'…
 
We continue to examine the huge topic of staffing from different angles. Today we’re talking to an expert on labour markets. Chris F Wright is Associate Professor at the University of Sydney Business School. His research focuses on employment relations and labour migration and he's written extensively on hospitality. https://www.smh.com.au/national…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify After that last episode of FORGOTTEN GEMS? we were feeling a little down, so to pick up our spirits we decided to watch a film that is only PARTIALLY miserable: the Golden Bear winning Brazilian-French film CENTRAL STATION from 1998. Featuring death, despair, and – rather improbably – hope, it includes an incredible (and Academy …
 
Staffing. It’s all anybody in hospitality is talking about. Noone is answering ads. Owners are working crazy hours. Employees are stretched. There are impacts on menus and service. We begin a series of conversations about staffing with Tony Twitchett, executive chef of the landmark Transport Hotel and Taxi Kitchen at Melbourne's Federation Square. …
 
Talking trolling...How damaging are negative online reviews? We talk to cafe owner and coffee roaster Penny Wolff about the Brisbane-based #saydontslay campaign which encourages diners to speak directly to business owners, rather than posting mean comments or one-star reviews. https://wolffcoffeeroasters.com.au/products/penny-wolff https://www.inst…
 
We head back to India in this moving chat with Mumbai chef Saransh Goila of Goila Butter Chicken. Saransh launched a meal-giving service #covidmealsforindia a month ago, connecting home cooks with people stuck at home with COVID. The situation is catastrophic but Saransh believes the only way forward is with hope and action. One day, surely, we can…
 
Dirty Linen stays on the topic of India in this chat with prominent Indian-Australian restaurateur Jessi Singh. Jessi is opening new restaurants in a more-or-less COVID-free Australia while stressing out about the awful situation in his home country. He paints a picture of chaos, corruption and tragedy, as well as expressing his frustration that Au…
 
Dirty Linen is spending the week talking India, where a devastating COVID wave is sweeping through the country. We start in Goa, where Suchint 'Suzie' Kaur Dhillon runs Suzie's Restaurant in the village of Assagao. With a COVID-positive rate of 60% and a government in denial, things are pretty bad but Suzie can see a silver lining in the equalising…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify Well, here’s something a bit different. We were both dreading having to talk about ANNIE HALL on the latest episode of PRAISING KANE (Liam even wanted to skip this episode entirely), so instead, we spend the first half of the episode talking about why we almost skipped it (yes, it’s because of Woody Allen), our frustrations with …
 
Because WCW continues its chronicles of the company's bizarre obsession of anchoring its flagship year-end pay-per-view offering with a myriad of side concepts as Starrcade finds itself once again piggybacking a Battlebowl and a Lethal Lottery. Nonetheless, this curiously-booked smattering of double duty, triple duty and wholly uninspiring encounte…
 
We head to Bowral to talk skills, training, staff shortages and nose-to-tail respect with Centennial Vineyards owner-chef Robin Murray. Wondering how to slip haggis onto a menu? Robin sheds some light. https://www.centennialvineyardsrestaurant.com.au Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/deepintheweedspodcast/?hl=en Follow Dani …
 
Pastry chef Lucy Whitlow made the most of lockdown, creating food-related art and exhibiting it in her home. For herself. While wearing a fur jacket. We talk vulnerability and the myth of the invincible chef, Melbourne glorious Melbourne, and cheese, lots of cheese! https://www.instagram.com/lucywhitlow_/ Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram https://www…
 
Like most of you, we've spent the past year dialing into Zoom meetings to connect with coworkers, collaborate, plan our work and even record our podcasts. It's been a huge shift for us, but for people like Liam Martin, working remotely has been a way of life long before the pandemic. In this episode, we interview Liam Martin, the founder of TimeDoc…
 
On the surface, chef Zac Sykes seemed to be riding high with a string of head chef jobs at prominent Sydney restaurants including Coogee Pavilion and North Bondi Fish. But he was battling addiction to alcohol and a turbulent swirl of drug use and other unhealthy habits. After some big lows, he cleaned up, started looking after himself and took a lo…
 
We head to Mildura to chat to chef, restaurateur, politician, TV host and brilliant, passionate raconteur Stefano De Pieri. Stefano's new show Australia's Food Bowl premieres on SBS later this month. On the face of it, it's a celebration of the Murray-Darling River Basin and all the food that's grown in it. But the undercurrent is activist: water r…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On this episode of YOU DON’T KNOW DICK we’re joined by CLAPBOARD JUNGLE director Justin McConnell to discuss Joe Dante’s wonderful 1985 science-fiction film EXPLORERS, starring Ethan Hawke, River Phoenix, Jason Presson and – of course – Dick Miller as Charlie Drake. We talk about 80’s nostalgia, the film’s often-criticized third …
 
Dirty Linen celebrates 200 episodes by going back to the legend who kicked off episode 1 in June 2020. Alla Wolf-Tasker is owner and founder of Lake House, the 35-year-old Daylesford restaurant which pioneered a kind of who-needs-to-go-Europe-anyway kind of experience - so appropriate for 2021. We talk recovery, staffing, local tourism, autumn boun…
 
What kind of chef can you become when you put ego aside? John Rivera was powering to success as a fine dining chef when a lower than expected Good Food Guide score knocked him sideways and pushed him to change tack. Enter a pandemic and things got shoved a little more sideways. A COVID ice cream hustle has turned into a fulltime business and Rivera…
 
In February, sourdough pioneer John Reid from Trentham's RedBeard Historic Bakery, was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. We talk about optimism, collegiality, cuddles, support, gratitude and the pleasures of wrangling a big old Scotch oven that's never allowed to grow cold. https://www.redbeardbakery.com.au Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram https…
 
Melbourne chef Jo Barrett is currently living at Future Food System, a closed-loop house that grows its own food, deals with its own waste and is currently installed at Federation Square. It's an inspiring project and this is an inspiring conversation: what if everything could be different, starting now, right where you are? https://www.futurefoods…
 
With Perth emerging from a three-day lockdown, we chat to Don Macdonald from Big Don's Smoked Meats. Don quit supermarket middle management to go big on brisket and the pandemic has delivered him his biggest and wildest year yet. We talk about the magic of low n slow barbecue and the community that forms around it, and the beauty and jitters that c…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On the final episode of THE FILMS OF JOHN SINGLETON we’re looking at his sequel/reimagining of SHAFT starring Samuel L. Jackson, Jeffrey Wright, Christian Bale, Toni Collette and a returning Richard Roundtree as (Uncle) Shaft! After that we take a look at the career of John Singleton as a whole, and rank his nine film filmography…
 
You could call Xinyi Lim the chef at Sydney's Cafe Freda's but that wouldn't begin to describe all the many hats she wears and strands of doing, being and thinking that she draws together. We talk about racism, identity, the social justice potential of cooking and sharing food, and the blessed beauty of mediocrity. https://www.instagram.com/megafau…
 
It took a month, but Nitro are finally starting to figure out how to make their two-hour shows run as smoothly as their mostly-enjoyable 60-minute bursts. Join Dean and Liam as those two no-good outsiders continue to make their presence known, spoiling an intriguing triangle main event for the tag team titles, while the rest of the show features a …
 
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