A cast of regular Joe’s have a crack at making sense of the things that don’t matter: Sport, movies, music, video games and, sometimes, books... don’t hold us to that one too often. Our flagship show, The Ian Prendercast, sees Fabian, Tim and Sean provide a passionate, peculiar look at the comings and goings, trials and tribulations of their beloved Carlton Football Club. Meanwhile, Sean teams with Will for The Weekly Watchlist, a pop culture ramble that starts in the middle of nowhere and finishes further from the point they were trying to make.
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A war made Vietnam a tourist hotspot, Fab suplexes Kelly through the plantation shutters, Malcolm in the Middle, Frankie Muniz, Santiago Munez, Roy Keane pots Yeovil and when Sancho scored past Virgil Van Dijk's aura. more
Chats about Early Edition, Entourage, Moonstruck, Rock Star and the Curious Case of Benjamin Button headline an episode in which we talk about our first semi-final win since 2000. Makes sense. 00:00:00 - Intros more
The boys are on deck to chat a first finals win in 10 years, Tim’s cough, Fab complaining about carrying a coffin, Deion Sanders’ cousin Junebug (the crackhead), the dwindling cast of the original Buffy, how Marty met Doc, Sean’s hatred for Sydney, h... more
Plenty of insightful Carlton content each week, and much banter about all sorts of random stuff. Episodes are long but sign-posted, so it's easy to jump to just the Carlton stuff. But I now listen to the lot. more
What can you say that hasn’t already been said about the Prendercast. As a player comparison, its namesake probably doesn’t do it justice, which is why I would say that the Prendercast is better than just ‘okay’. Looking at the sum of all its parts, I would compare Tim to current day George Hewitt. Tough, but fair and ever so reliable as a consistent contributor. A real ‘coaches player’. Shaun can only be compared to a Nic Newman. Gnarly and a bit lippy - sometimes directed towards his own teamm... more
This is my favourite Baggers pod by far🙌🏽 It has 3 down-to-Earth hosts, each bringing very different personalities and perspectives to the Navy Blues. It includes (my favourite) 90s nostalgia/references, excellent analysis of Carlton games, everything Carlton and also some insightful discussions on the pros/cons of everyday life. Elaine (Benes) once said- “I can't spend the rest of my life coming into this stinking apartment every ten minutes to pore over the, excruciating minutia, of every, s... more
Great show with terrific insight, banter and pop culture references, which helped get me through the Autumn Blues of April-May more
As a casual listener to various Carlton podcasts, this is the only one I tune in to each and every week. The hosts provide great analysis, humourous segments, and fearlessly express their opinions. The (mostly) friendly banter and the (usually) respectful exchanges create a delightful atmosphere reminiscent of chatting with friends at a pub. more
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The Ian PrenderCast launched 5 years ago and published 229 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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