Following lockdown comedian Judith Lucy is asking the big questions. In between baking and wondering if she had a drinking problem, she's asking how happy she'd been in her old life and why 'back to normal' is not a good idea for her, us or the planet. She's out to change her life, and yours, for the better…. in six episodes.
You're A Disgrace (ft. Judith Lucy, Charles & Christa Billich)
The Chrissie Swan Show
We chat to Judith Lucy about joke theft; Australia's 'oldest swingers', Charles and Christa Billich pay us a visit; Chrissie tries out a KMart toaster thing; Sam wraps up his long, long weekend; and you call with your terrible jokes! A Nova PodcastPodcast Produced & Edited By Andy ZitoExecutive Producer: Jack CharlesSenior Producer: Brodie PummeroyAssistant Producer: Tom Casamento Senior Digital Producer: Andy ZitoAdditional Audio Production: Tim MountfordSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Judith Lucy has never seen The Sound Of Music ... UNTIL NOWPete and Jude take to the stage at the 2022 Melbourne International Comedy Festival to discuss Jude's first time watching The Sound Of Music.Feel free to drop us some comments, feedback or ideas on the speakpipe (link below)Keep it fun and under a minute and you may get on the show.https://www.speakpipe.com/YASNYRecorded and Produced at Castaway Studios, Collingwood Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We're back at our old stomping ground of Austereo this week, as we catch up with JUDITH LUCY and MARTY SHEARGOLD! Judith and Marty take us on a trip down memory lane as they reminisce about the disgusting origins of comedy in Melbourne, as well as getting absolutely poleaxed at the Hobart Comedy Festival. Meanwhile, Marty's had a rough trot at one of Karl's gigs and Judith's been to a saucy osteo. Have a listen and then go for a spin on the dodgem cars. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Award-winning comedian Judith Lucy was in Darwin recently for a quick gig! She had a chat to Greg Vincent.Thanks to some wisdom in hindsight, a few revelations and a slight drowning experience, Judith gradually discovers that her life is still full of possibilities.Turns out, I’m Fine is about dealing with death, heartache, existential angst and turning out to be…fine.
Judith Lucy is known as a performer for her radical, even brutal honesty. Over a celebrated career as one of this country’s finest stand-ups, she’s sardonically laid herself bare in the name of laughs. But as an author she’s equally forthcoming, with her memoirs The Lucy Family Alphabet and Drink, Smoke, Pass Out both bestsellers. Now she’s back with her new book Turns Out, I’m Fine. Judith joins Walkley Award–winning reporter Jan Fran for a heart-wrenching and hilarious discussion about disappointing relationships, giving up on men, the life-changing impact of introspection and what it actually means to be fine.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Judith Lucy's new book 'Turns Out I'm Fine' is out now! A Nova PodcastPodcast Produced & Edited By Andy ZitoExecutive Producer: Jack CharlesProducers: Victoria Wall & Brodie PummeroyAdditional Audio Production: Tim MountfordSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Corrie Perkin, Anna Barry (aka Anna from the Op-Shop) and special guest Judith Lucy for Ep 168.Don't Shoot the Messenger is powered by Red Energy. To support the company that supports us - give Red Energy a call on 131 806 or visit their website HERE - most satisfied customers 11 years in a row.We discuss Judith's fabulous new book Turns Out I'm Fine which you can buy at My Bookshop HERE. Plus if you purchase instore only you'll receive a 15% discount as a Don't Shoot the Messenger listener.Corrie and Anna reflect on the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Phillip.We're also joined by Myles Thomson from Prince Wine Store in the Cocktail Cabinet to discuss Pinot Noir. Corrie's a big fan of Sam Neil's Two Paddocks pinot!. Use the promo code MESS at checkout online to receive a listener discount via www.princewinestore.com.au HERE. Prince Wine Store – bringing wine enthusiasts the greatest wine in the world.In BSF for Red Energy we chat about;Rooted - An Australian History of Bad Language by Amanda Laugesen available at My Bookshop HERE.The Courier in cinemas now.Thai Style Pumpkin Soup with Coriander Pesto from More Food With Friends a fundraising release by the Hamilton & Alexandra College community. Purchase a copy and get more info HERE. (see recipe below). To receive our weekly email which includes recipes SIGN UP HERE.For videos and pics make sure you follow us on Instagram, Facebook or TwitterEmail the show via firstname.lastname@example.org.Don't Shoot the Messenger is produced by Corrie Perkin, Caroline Wilson and produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for Sports Entertainment Network.Thanks to Clementine Donohoe for additional social media support. You can follow @clemmiedonohoe on Instagram HERE.Thai Style Pumpkin Soup with Coriander PestoFrom More Food With Friends a fundraising release by the Hamilton & Alexandra College community. Purchase a copy and get more info HERE.The coriander pesto is the hero of this soup, not only for its taste but for its appearance – the bright green on orange looks amazing and it’s all so easy! Jen HuttonPrep time: 10 minutesCooking time: 25 minutesServes: 62 bunches of coriander, roots trimmed (leave a few leaves for the garnish).Zest and juice of one lemon2 garlic cloves80ml olive oil1 onion, chopped2 teaspoons ginger, grated1 tablespoon Thai red curry paste1 kg pumpkin, peeled and cut into small cubes2 cups vegetable stock400ml can light coconut milk1 red onion and 1 red chilli, both thinly sliced to garnishSalt and pepperTo make the pesto, process the coriander, lemon zest, lemon juice and garlic in a food processor. Slowly add the olive oil whilst processing to give a sauce like consistency. You can add a little warm water if necessary, then season to taste.Heat remaining oil in a large pan over a medium heat. Add onion and stir for 1 minute. Next add the ginger and curry paste also stirring for 1 minute. Add pumpkin and stock, bring to the boil then simmer over low heat for 15 minutes until the pumpkin is tender. Cool slightly, blend until smooth.Add coconut milk to the blended soup, season to taste then warm through.Serve soup with a spoonful of pesto and garnish with the onion, chilli and remaining coriander leaves.(Adapted from Delicious).