The Junkees

Hosted by Dave O’Neil & Kitty Flanagan

Dave O’Neil and Kitty Flanagan investigate junk food, old and new. It’s a roundabout of salt and sweet, bygone and brand new, crunchy and chewy. Join Possum and The Big Guy!

Sunday 19 September
5:30pm at Village Cinemas
Jam Factory, South Yarra

Update (23 July): Show has been rescheduled from Sunday 1 August to Sunday 19 September due to the COVID-19 outbreaks in NSW & VIC and subsequent border closures. Further info in our festival FAQ.

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We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land where we will hold the Melbourne Podcast Festival.

We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, for they hold the memories and cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples within the Kulin Nation.

We wish to celebrate the rich history of indigenous storytelling and hope to uphold this as testament to their eternal influence.