Comedians Tony Martin and Mick Molloy interview Kylie Minogue in an excerpt from their Martin/Molloy radio program from 1997.
Tony Martin talks about the groundbreaking 1990s radio comedy program Martin/Molloy being inducted into the 2020 Sounds of Australia and preserved at the NFSA.
In this excerpt from the 1997 ARIA Awards, Tony Martin and Mick Molloy accept their second ARIA award for Best Comedy Release for their compilation album Poop Chute.
In 1996, Melbourne artist Dillon Naylor approached Tony Martin and Mick Molloy about the idea of making a comic book based on the show.
Like Paul Keating before him, once John Howard became prime minister he was frequently in the crosshairs of Martin/Molloy and became a regular ‘guest’ on 'Mick Molloy’s Celebrity Corner'.<
Tony Martin and Mick Molloy have discovered that the Premier of Tasmania, Tony Rundle, has declared David Boon Day to honour the famous Tasmanian cricketer.
Martin/Molloy was a popular, nationally syndicated comedy radio program broadcast to over 50 radio stations between 1995 and 1998.
During the four years of Martin/Molloy there were two Federal Australian elections, both of which provided seemingly endless comedic content for the duo.
Radio and television voice-over artist Pete Smith was involved with the duo on all of their projects beginning with their radio show Bulltwang in 1990.
By the end of 1998, Tony Martin and Mick Molloy were exhausted.