Beyond losing their collective edges, Rose & Kris have gotten in way above their heads in interviewing Rachel Corbett. With a media CV the envy of her peers (and Rose & Kris), Rachel is the current Director Of Podcasting for Mamamia and the host of “You’ve Gotta Start Somewhere”, a podcast where you hear how people got into showbiz and which has just been added to Virgin Australia’s in-flight entertainment schedule. Something the boys can only dream of. The next level. But not as they meant it in Heaven’s Gate, the latest cult to get a run on the show.
Rose & Kris climb up off the canvas to have at it one more time with Aussie pro wrestling champ, Robbie Eagles. The question remains: who is the heel and who is the babyface? The answer lies under the ring (along with the chairs, ladders and sledgehammers).
The Sniper Of The Skies, Robbie Eagles, joins us to take us through his Australian professional wrestling career. Suffice to say, Robbie holds more belts that you’ll find in a deluxe people mover. And the following contest is scheduled for two falls. Keep an eye out for Part 2.
If you are going to do a retrospective on 2017, it was only natural that Rose & Kris would go the source that is Felix Bray AKA DJ Felixx AKA The Man That Time Did Not Forget.
We review the evidence in front of us and try and work out – Did we lose our edge in 2017? The answer may surprise you.
PJ Lane rejoins us for a stroll through what’s good on the box(or not….we’re looking at you “Cram!”), his early comedy duo days with someone called Rose and his ‘best in the world’ impression of Randy ‘Macho Man’ Savage. Ohhh yeaaahhhh!!! We also reflect on the legacy of PJ’s father, the extraordinary Don Lane.
We are on a guest-driven roll as we are joined by PJ Lane, entertainer, shot blocker and bon vivant. Is Australia ready for a variety-led recovery? And what do Midnight Oil, Winston Surfshirt and Lorde have in common? All this and more on Episode 13 of Losing My Edge.
Having steered a season of commercial radio around the park, Rose & Kris return to the scene of many crimes that is Losing My Edge and they invite screenwriter and comedian, Danny Giles, to inspect the body. Inevitably, the talk turns to necrophilia. Less inevitably, Andy Kaufman, flying plastic spoons and those damn Chipmunks (with added Chipettes) also get a run.
Due to a slow response time from his Uber, we were able to pin down Hayden James for a second chat. Against all expectations, he turns out to be a nice guy.
Our old mate, Future Classic Recording Artist, Hayden James, drops in to the Felixdome and immediately dominates proceedings. We get to hear what his life is like, what his creative process is kinda like but, most importantly, what Katy Perry is really like.
If a rugby league player can get sufficiently distracted that he or she ends up as a parliamentary senator, then it will come as no surprise that Rose and Kris can get waylaid by a shimmering opportunity in commercial broadcasting. Finally, they make it back to the Felixdome as they apply the pads and gel to Losing My Edge and get rolling again. Club Talarico. You will not be forgotten.