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Peter Taggart and Rebecca Shaw yell stories and opinions.

Latest Episodes

Episode Thirty Two - Religion

EIn Episode Thirty Two, following the extensive letter-writing campaign, Peter and Bec finally discuss RELIGION. Who is God? Why? And How? Upsetting church-related anecdotes, sordid youth group tales and all the big questions you ponder late into the night semi-answered. Plus: Hotels vs Motels, rude interruptions, the Carlisle/Gunn theory and a lively Endgame of ‘Chris or Cross for Christ’.

51 MIN2019 APR 29
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Episode Thirty Two - Religion

Episode Thirty One - The Net

EIn Episode Thirty One, Peter and Bec return with a review of a mid-nineties classic thriller – THE NET! Plus: CoStar, Captain GetUp, chatrooms, lesbian jawlines and a brand new game with a brand new theme song!

76 MIN2019 APR 9
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Episode Thirty One - The Net

Episode Thirty - The Sydney 2000 Olympics

EIn Episode Thirty, a new era of Bring A Plate is born. Or is it? It is. In the first episode back, Peter and Bec plate up just one topic – the Sydney 2000 Olympics. Plus: bad ears, clear urine, broken bodies and not one but TWO Nikkis.

45 MIN2019 MAR 22
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Episode Thirty - The Sydney 2000 Olympics

Episode Twenty Nine - Live From Tuggeranong

EIn Episode Twenty Nine, LIVE (actually) from the Tuggeranong Arts Centre in Canberra, Peter and Bec talk about their feud with a famous map, share their Capital memories and reach out to Olivia Newton John's 'missing' ex. Then Buzzfeed's Alice Workman hops on the mic to run through the highlights and lowlights of the same-sex marriage postal survey campaign. In BAP Book Club, it's a Queensland CLASSIC celebrating its 10th anniversary. Plus: suss survey unicorns, Serial season four, sexual awakenings and a very special live reading of Peter's new play.

82 MIN2017 NOV 13
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Episode Twenty Nine - Live From Tuggeranong

Episode Twenty Eight - Phonebanking For Shania

EIn Episode Twenty Eight, live and loud from (Love You) BRISBANE, Peter and Bec discuss the first Yes and No ads of the postal survey, a big spoof and the gay couple who say they'll vote against marriage equality. Then, Peter loses his mind about Shania Twain's comeback and berates the listener. And by popular demand the movie review is back with 1998's 'Stepmom'! Plus: abandoned cats, scary clowns, not one but TWO flawless Julia Roberts impressions and details of Bring A Plate's next LIVE SHOW.

63 MIN2017 SEP 12
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Episode Twenty Eight - Phonebanking For Shania

Episode Twenty Seven - A Respectful Debate

EIn Episode Twenty Seven, live from two unliveable cities, Peter and Bec discuss the celebs who made the 28 Club, the marriage equality postal survey, Twitter’s favourite white supremacists, the former Pussycat Doll who came out as Conservative and return with the most beloved game in BAP history. You asked for it (citation needed) and Bring A Plate is back to prove once and for all that yes, 2017 can get worse.

46 MIN2017 AUG 17
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Episode Twenty Seven - A Respectful Debate

Episode Twenty Six - A Coupla Croc Poachers

EIn Episode Twenty Six, live from a John and Yoko-style bed-in at an over-priced hotel, Peter and Bec talk Sydney - the City of Brides and the City of Bottle Shops That Close at 10pm. They sweat-out the ‘Summer of George’ and discuss LGBT content on Netflix with Zero Chill. Post lamb ad-controversy, Peter plates up some raw, vegan memes from the dankest corners of the vegan web. Then in Movie Club, it’s an Australian classic – 1986’s Crocodile Dundee and why we’re all very proud of Bindi!!! Plus: News, Sport, Nigella’s gorgeous pillow face, Frank Walker, ‘Is It Feminist?’ and much more! Can fish be women?

83 MIN2016 JAN 28
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Episode Twenty Six - A Coupla Croc Poachers

Episode Twenty Five - Second Anniversary High Tea, All Shade

EIn Episodé Twenty Five, live from the Cozy Corner Café in St George Queensland, Peter and Bec celebrate a HUGE second anniversary show by swapping stories of falls they’ve had, remembering Mark Latham’s Twitter account (RIP) and getting some serious fitspo from Instagram’s vaginal weight lifter. Then, a much-hyped mystery guest answers YOUR questions in an advice segment that should be called “Really, It’s Come To This?” In Movie Club it’s the 2002 Britney Spears-vehicle (in a vehicle) road trip-sisterhood-rom-com CROSSROADS. Plus: News, Sports, a boulevard of broken ribs, the return policy of jade eggs, midriffs, a Passiona vs Pasito blind taste test and a rousing game of ‘Is It Feminist?’. Thanks for sticking with us these two long years, we love you.

92 MIN2015 AUG 23
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Episode Twenty Five - Second Anniversary High Tea, All Shade

Episode Twenty Four - A League Of Extraordinary Gentlewomen

EIn Episode Twenty Four, live from the 2015 Hillsong Conference at Allphones Arena, Peter and Bec have their first truly religious experience outside a food court, argue the authenticity of Facebook’s rainbow profile overload and audition for the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical ‘Fun Home’. Then it’s back-to-back ladiezzzzz with a passionate look at the rise and rise of women’s football in Australia and, in Movie Club, the rise and fall of the Rockford Peaches in 1992’s smash hit dramedy ‘A League Of Their Own’. Plus: News Minute, Sports, mistaken identity, A Place To Call Penis Home, BAP Live cherished mems, Rebecca Shaw does a celebrity impression and the bone-breaking, grave-digging resurrection of Lesbian News.

68 MIN2015 JUL 5
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Episode Twenty Four - A League Of Extraordinary Gentlewomen

Episode Twenty Three - Bring A Plate LIVE at The Wheeler Centre

EIn Episode Twenty Three, live from The Wheeler Centre for Emerging Writers Festival 2015, Peter and Bec pander to the Melbourne crowd, do a few groundbreaking ‘airport’ bits and talk about the Marriage Equality Bill before Australian Parliament. Then they're joined by RETURN GUEST, writer Brodie Lancaster, as they discuss the evolution of fan culture online by reading fan fiction, scrolling through an aspiring stalker's Instagram posts and recreating a famous Larry Stylinson moment of pure sex. Peter and Bec ditch their regular film review to critique a classic piece of American literature in honour of EWF15. Plus: News, Sports, the Lady from Lush, Ranger Stacey Massage and a live reading of Peter’s epic poem ‘My Gilmore Year’.

65 MIN2015 JUN 7
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Episode Twenty Three - Bring A Plate LIVE at The Wheeler Centre

Latest Episodes

Episode Thirty Two - Religion

EIn Episode Thirty Two, following the extensive letter-writing campaign, Peter and Bec finally discuss RELIGION. Who is God? Why? And How? Upsetting church-related anecdotes, sordid youth group tales and all the big questions you ponder late into the night semi-answered. Plus: Hotels vs Motels, rude interruptions, the Carlisle/Gunn theory and a lively Endgame of ‘Chris or Cross for Christ’.

51 MIN2019 APR 29
Comments
Episode Thirty Two - Religion

Episode Thirty One - The Net

EIn Episode Thirty One, Peter and Bec return with a review of a mid-nineties classic thriller – THE NET! Plus: CoStar, Captain GetUp, chatrooms, lesbian jawlines and a brand new game with a brand new theme song!

76 MIN2019 APR 9
Comments
Episode Thirty One - The Net

Episode Thirty - The Sydney 2000 Olympics

EIn Episode Thirty, a new era of Bring A Plate is born. Or is it? It is. In the first episode back, Peter and Bec plate up just one topic – the Sydney 2000 Olympics. Plus: bad ears, clear urine, broken bodies and not one but TWO Nikkis.

45 MIN2019 MAR 22
Comments
Episode Thirty - The Sydney 2000 Olympics

Episode Twenty Nine - Live From Tuggeranong

EIn Episode Twenty Nine, LIVE (actually) from the Tuggeranong Arts Centre in Canberra, Peter and Bec talk about their feud with a famous map, share their Capital memories and reach out to Olivia Newton John's 'missing' ex. Then Buzzfeed's Alice Workman hops on the mic to run through the highlights and lowlights of the same-sex marriage postal survey campaign. In BAP Book Club, it's a Queensland CLASSIC celebrating its 10th anniversary. Plus: suss survey unicorns, Serial season four, sexual awakenings and a very special live reading of Peter's new play.

82 MIN2017 NOV 13
Comments
Episode Twenty Nine - Live From Tuggeranong

Episode Twenty Eight - Phonebanking For Shania

EIn Episode Twenty Eight, live and loud from (Love You) BRISBANE, Peter and Bec discuss the first Yes and No ads of the postal survey, a big spoof and the gay couple who say they'll vote against marriage equality. Then, Peter loses his mind about Shania Twain's comeback and berates the listener. And by popular demand the movie review is back with 1998's 'Stepmom'! Plus: abandoned cats, scary clowns, not one but TWO flawless Julia Roberts impressions and details of Bring A Plate's next LIVE SHOW.

63 MIN2017 SEP 12
Comments
Episode Twenty Eight - Phonebanking For Shania

Episode Twenty Seven - A Respectful Debate

EIn Episode Twenty Seven, live from two unliveable cities, Peter and Bec discuss the celebs who made the 28 Club, the marriage equality postal survey, Twitter’s favourite white supremacists, the former Pussycat Doll who came out as Conservative and return with the most beloved game in BAP history. You asked for it (citation needed) and Bring A Plate is back to prove once and for all that yes, 2017 can get worse.

46 MIN2017 AUG 17
Comments
Episode Twenty Seven - A Respectful Debate

Episode Twenty Six - A Coupla Croc Poachers

EIn Episode Twenty Six, live from a John and Yoko-style bed-in at an over-priced hotel, Peter and Bec talk Sydney - the City of Brides and the City of Bottle Shops That Close at 10pm. They sweat-out the ‘Summer of George’ and discuss LGBT content on Netflix with Zero Chill. Post lamb ad-controversy, Peter plates up some raw, vegan memes from the dankest corners of the vegan web. Then in Movie Club, it’s an Australian classic – 1986’s Crocodile Dundee and why we’re all very proud of Bindi!!! Plus: News, Sport, Nigella’s gorgeous pillow face, Frank Walker, ‘Is It Feminist?’ and much more! Can fish be women?

83 MIN2016 JAN 28
Comments
Episode Twenty Six - A Coupla Croc Poachers

Episode Twenty Five - Second Anniversary High Tea, All Shade

EIn Episodé Twenty Five, live from the Cozy Corner Café in St George Queensland, Peter and Bec celebrate a HUGE second anniversary show by swapping stories of falls they’ve had, remembering Mark Latham’s Twitter account (RIP) and getting some serious fitspo from Instagram’s vaginal weight lifter. Then, a much-hyped mystery guest answers YOUR questions in an advice segment that should be called “Really, It’s Come To This?” In Movie Club it’s the 2002 Britney Spears-vehicle (in a vehicle) road trip-sisterhood-rom-com CROSSROADS. Plus: News, Sports, a boulevard of broken ribs, the return policy of jade eggs, midriffs, a Passiona vs Pasito blind taste test and a rousing game of ‘Is It Feminist?’. Thanks for sticking with us these two long years, we love you.

92 MIN2015 AUG 23
Comments
Episode Twenty Five - Second Anniversary High Tea, All Shade

Episode Twenty Four - A League Of Extraordinary Gentlewomen

EIn Episode Twenty Four, live from the 2015 Hillsong Conference at Allphones Arena, Peter and Bec have their first truly religious experience outside a food court, argue the authenticity of Facebook’s rainbow profile overload and audition for the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical ‘Fun Home’. Then it’s back-to-back ladiezzzzz with a passionate look at the rise and rise of women’s football in Australia and, in Movie Club, the rise and fall of the Rockford Peaches in 1992’s smash hit dramedy ‘A League Of Their Own’. Plus: News Minute, Sports, mistaken identity, A Place To Call Penis Home, BAP Live cherished mems, Rebecca Shaw does a celebrity impression and the bone-breaking, grave-digging resurrection of Lesbian News.

68 MIN2015 JUL 5
Comments
Episode Twenty Four - A League Of Extraordinary Gentlewomen

Episode Twenty Three - Bring A Plate LIVE at The Wheeler Centre

EIn Episode Twenty Three, live from The Wheeler Centre for Emerging Writers Festival 2015, Peter and Bec pander to the Melbourne crowd, do a few groundbreaking ‘airport’ bits and talk about the Marriage Equality Bill before Australian Parliament. Then they're joined by RETURN GUEST, writer Brodie Lancaster, as they discuss the evolution of fan culture online by reading fan fiction, scrolling through an aspiring stalker's Instagram posts and recreating a famous Larry Stylinson moment of pure sex. Peter and Bec ditch their regular film review to critique a classic piece of American literature in honour of EWF15. Plus: News, Sports, the Lady from Lush, Ranger Stacey Massage and a live reading of Peter’s epic poem ‘My Gilmore Year’.

65 MIN2015 JUN 7
Comments
Episode Twenty Three - Bring A Plate LIVE at The Wheeler Centre
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