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Best Tim Batt podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Tim Batt podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Rose Matafeo and Alice Snedden are three things: Female, funny and friends. This podcast is an exploration of two comedians' unlikely celebrity crushes (including Rick Moranis and Danny DeVito) and all the divergent personal stories which may explain why these gals turned out how they did. Rose's globe-trotting, TV-starring comedy chops come up against Alice's hilarious improv-honed brain and abandoned (though completed) law degree.
 
An environmental podcast that uses science, humour and suggestions on real world action you can take to make a positive contribution to help the planet. Hosted by Waveney Warth (an environmental advocate who went 100% waste-free for an entire year) and Tim Batt (a comedian who’s trying to learn and do better by the planet). We discuss everything from organic farming to Fairtrade, to renewable energy to greenwashing, aiming to inform and arm you with ways to help the environment.
 
Jeb Lund (Rolling Stone political contributor) and Tim Batt (New Zealand comedian) join forces to commentate the final sprint to the White House. The latest news, politics, polls and other BS involved in this cluster we call the 2016 US Presidential Election are discussed with equal parts delight, dismay and disturbance.
 
Watching the undeniably excellent film Breaking Dawn Part 1 once a week for a year. Twilight…what could go wrong? Music: www.bensound.com Inspired by: Guy Montgomery & Tim Batt (The Worst Idea of All Time)WARNING: This podcast contains some strong language and adult themes.
 
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Tim and Guy have been separated by world events but they are together FOR YOU. Guy is trying to outrun his friend, Tim has created a new streaming webshow (Facebook.com/ThisIsHappeningShow). Some great support for the CATS (2019) mini series, Ph.D holders get in touch with the fellaz and we also get the feline goss from a cinema-worker. We also hea…
 
This was originally a pay-walled episode available only to Patreon supporters. Please consider if you can #PayTheBoiz at patreon.com/join/TWIOAT. Sweet baby Jesus, this was a curveball. Take a fantasy rom-com, add a dog, subtract a soundtrack and you're halfway to figuring out Love On A Leash. This film is brilliant and recommended to all. For info…
 
WOOPS - recorded this a month ago and forgot to upload it. The dudes are together in a studio where they can smell each other's farts. Does Sandler deserve all the money he gets? Can TWIOAT episodes exist in a dream? The fellaz get the inside word on Hot Air Balloons and Paul Blart and Guy's podcast series HOSTING (which you've probably already hea…
 
PLEASE NOTE: This was recorded some time ago and does not reflect current events of... You know, the pandemic we're in. The boys are back, ones off caffeine and one is drinking at home alone and honestly - the vibes are electric. We’ve got two new catch phrase, takes on Drag Race, House of Drag and personal training using Star Wars catch phrases. T…
 
My guest today is Chad Cascarilla, here to discuss some of the tail risks in the economy and markets as of March 24th in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. Chad was one of the most successful investors during the global financial crisis with a specialty in the banking and finance systems. He now runs Paxos, a trust company which trades and cust…
 
What's with dragons in movies? Tim and Guy CANNOT stop singing songs from CATS and rank the CGI'ed animals (the monkeys were great). Tim pitches a prequel to Dunston Checks In. Guy wants Marvel to chill out on the muscles and Tim wants fat and skinny X-Men! Also a definitive explanation of why The Wild Thornberries was a better execution of the Tal…
 
Turns out getting high before the film makes it better. We discuss two amazing characters, Jeff (Geoff?) and the dancing monkey. Tim unveils an incredible theory tying a family tree together and Guy shares disappointingly missing parts in the film that ARE in the trailer. The wastage of a ship has really captured the boys' imagination. Guy explores…
 
Join the boys this week from the comfort of their very own bath gathering! Settle down with a couple of candles, a glass (or two, don't tell my husband!!) of vino, and...hang on...I could've sworn there was something..oh right yup it's a watch of Breaking Dawn Part 2. Rinse and repeat (for a further 49 weeks)!…
 
Rose and Alice are back, together, in lock down because of certain global events. Trapped together for the next two weeks (at least), the pair rip into celebrities responses to what's happening and predict an end to celebrity at large. Rose is focused on when she's next going to get to have sex and Alice has dramatically ended her relationship with…
 
The fellaz take a surprisingly long amount of time to start talking about Dolittle after their first watch of the Robert Downey Jnr epic. Discussions on cinema temperature and how nice it is to be in a dark room eventually makes way for disappointment at everything in the movie that comes after the intro cartoon. We learn not to mess with Disney an…
 
My conversation today is with my close friend Brent Beshore. Brent is a private equity investor who owns and interacts with many small businesses, which have been hit especially hard by COVID. We discuss the various impacts that COVID has had and may have on both small business and the private equity investing community. Brent also proposes some po…
 
Guy and Tim are on their way to a day of Dolittle and they’re very excited for an anticipated train wreck of a film. On the way in to the cinema, the boys share a discussion on Short Men's Rights and Guy has inside insight into Robert Downey Jr's press junket. Take your shoes off, buy a popcorn and enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy…
 
Strawberry fields forever, plans for the ultimate wedding and a sad farewell. All good things must come to and end and just so, all good hosts must speed their guests safe to home. In this final episode, Guy and Carlo learn that friendship conquers all, no matter the cost, no matter the casualties. Keep on hosting, keep on riding, keep on living, b…
 
Chris is back home at his parents’ house and reverting back to his teenage self in record time. Eli’s bringing a sassy Fact of The Gay about Queer Christchurch’s most underappreciated icon; Dame Ngaio Marsh, who kept her partner Silvia Fox in a bungalow out the back of her house. Then it’s time to weigh all things Chch on the Kinsey Scale: From The…
 
My guest this morning is Dan Rasmussen of Verdad Capital. Like me, Dan and his firm focus on quantitative research. Just a month before the COVID crisis hit markets, they completely and published a study on investing during periods of market crisis, which is the topic of this conversation. We discuss what works and what doesn’t during and after acu…
 
Hello there, you'll be pleased to hear that this week Jamie and Oliver somewhat enjoyed watching the film! On the flipside, however, they found the task of talking about watching the film incredibly hard to tackle! With only two screenings done, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 seems to be an unwieldy and frightening beast! Help me please …
 
The forgotten history of Basketball, the satisfaction of self-directed tours and the true meaning of hosting. They say there are no enemies at the bottom of a bottle shared; even the greatest wrong, the vilest slight, the most vicious blow can be forgiven, if we open our hearts, to love. Guy and Carlo find that just a revenge is best served cold, f…
 
My guests today are Bill Gurley and Chetan Puttagunta, both partners at benchmark capital. We review the early stage investing world in the face of coronavirus in a very timely conversation, which is one that will remain valuable once this crisis is done. We discuss enterprise and consumer, funding and growth, and the entrepreneurial spirit in the …
 
My guest in this flash podcast is Bryan Krug of Artisan partners. We discuss what has happened so far in the corporate high yield and investment-grade credit markets, and the loan market. We compare today’s environment to the financial crisis and other past crises with lots of nuances that I hope will be helpful to bond and equity investors. Please…
 
This week, I’ll be recording and immediately releasing a series of conversations on business and market reactions to the spread of coronavirus. The conversations will be on oil and gas, corporate credit, and the reaction within the venture capital community. Today’s conversation is with Matt Smith, Ian Singer, and Kobi Platt of Deep Basin Capital. …
 
A trip to visit Lady Liberty herself. Carlo believes the New York City ports are an approximation of Sydney harbour because the boys took a ferry to visit the Statue of Liberty. It is clearly not modelled on York - perhaps instead it should be called Harbour Town or New Harbour Town. Guy and Carlo discuss possible new names for New York and Carlo i…
 
My guest this week is Peter Zeihan, the author of a new book, the Disunited Nations. Peter was an extremely popular guest on the show last year and after reading his new book, I knew we had a lot to discuss in round 2. In this conversation, we discuss two ways of ruling the world, the coming American disinterest in global affairs, and which country…
 
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