Episode 22 – We Can Handle The Truth – Documentaries and More

by | Aug 28, 2022 | 0 comments

We’ve learned a lot since the last episode! We learned all about government and police oppression directed towards people from the Pacific in New Zealand in the 70s. We learned that psychedelic drugs have great benefit in medicine. We learned that Robert Lloyd of The Nightingales nearly made it big so many times, and that Birmingham in the 70s didn’t like its King Kong statue. We also learned that Woodstock 99 was a complete and utter disaster. Tune in to this episode to find out where you can see the documentaries and productions that taught us these things!

We also learned an amazing thing about double vinyl albums. The Captain can’t quite work out how he didn’t already know it. Plus comments on the self-referential Bo Diddley, the Paris Texas soundtrack, and more.

Listen now!


Dawn Raids playwright Oscar Kightley talks to Q+A’s Jack Tame (YouTube)

Dawn Raids documentary (NZ on Screen)

King Rocker trailer (YouTube)

Trainwreck: Woodstock 99 trailer (YouTube)

How to Change Your Mind trailer (YouTube)

Paris Texas trailer (YouTube)



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