The Real Pod assembles to dissect the week in New Zealand pop culture and real life, with special thanks to Nando’s.
This week on The Real Pod, Jane is away and things quickly fall into complete disarray. Madeleine Chapman joins Alex and Duncan as co-host to look at the past week in New Zealand, including a mysterious spaghetti dump and an even more mysterious statement from Mark Richardson on The AM Show. If he’s not in the media, where is he?
Beyond that, we review our respective Auckland concert experiences this week, freak out about the ethics of Derren Brown’s The Push and open an investigation into The Curious Case of the Jelly Bra on the Roof. It’s The Real Pod, and it’s all too real.
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