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Tony Martin’s SIZZLETOWN
Winner of 'Best Comedy' and 'Outstanding Production' at the 2019 Australian Podcast Awards. Welcome to SIZZLETOWN, the world’s first late-night call-in podcast, hosted by comedian and broadcaster Tony Martin, with Matt Dower on the Pots n Pans. (Sensitive listeners should note that Tony has done his best to ensure the podcast is free of problematic content.) WARNING: Problematic content.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 797 ratings
PISS FUNNY!!
Great job Tony!! Would highly recommend this podcast from one of Australia’s (we’ll claim him) comedy geniuses. Make sure you start from beginning & work your way through & you won’t be disappointed. Caught up now & can’t wait until next episode.... What’s it gunna be!!! 🤣.
Scottyozi via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/12/19
Gotta Love It!
Plenty of laughs here for fans of Tony Martin. Probably doesn't appeal to everyone but it works for me!
Edward Snowedin via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/09/19
Bento Box!
Tony saw 39 films in 1980, but none of the reviews mentioned kerning. Two stars. Request: can we please jump to 1986 for the reviews of Malcolm and Short Circuit?
boom-alicious via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/09/19
Recent Episodes
There’s trouble at Podworx, Dion is back in custody, ‘Shane Magazines’ has a new name, Ian Teale has a keen eye, and Colin Holcroft returns from Sexyland.
Published 09/18/19
WARNING: Not a proper episode of ‘Sizzletown’, which has now gone monthly. Just Tony rambling on about movies, and reading his story ‘The Dark Knight Triumphant in Classic Cooney Farce’.
Published 09/04/19
The Pikelet Man pitches a ‘moving picture’, Fisher Stevens (not that one) is working with ‘Chinese interests’, and Tony makes yet another call to William Friedkin, director of ‘The Exorcist’.
Published 08/21/19
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