Talkback: Season 1

Talkback: Season 1

Talkback: Season 1

A hard-talking, right-leaning talkback radio veteran and a younger left-leaning hot shot butt heads and compete for the number one spot in this New Zealand comedy series. From Jason Hoyte and Mike Minogue.

2021New Zealand
Comedy

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
3 July 2021

Episode 1

After finding out their jobs are on the line, the Talkback FM team must convince star Malcolm White to push his on air persona further to the right in order to regain listenership.

EPISODE 1.2
3 July 2021

Episode 2

Malcolm's reluctant return to on-air form hits a wall when he refuses his team's plan to attack Hilary Barry on air for her recent cleavage criticisms. Malcolm shares a personal history with Hilary... MORE which he is not prepared to put at risk.

EPISODE 1.3
3 July 2021

Episode 3

When Malcolm hears his arch nemesis Paul Laws has interviewed environmental juggernaut Davida Delaware, it falls to Sue to complete the near impossible task of getting the famous lefty to appear on ... MORE Malcolm's show.

EPISODE 1.4
3 July 2021

Episode 4

Malcolm is convinced to become the spokesperson for an erectile dysfunction company against his better judgement, while the surprise appearance of an unhinged Jason Gunn in the office throws a cat amongst ... MORE the pigeons.

EPISODE 1.5
3 July 2021

Episode 5

With an upswing in audience and advertiser interest in the show, Malcolm's attitude to his new right wing persona has done a complete 180, which the rest of the team isn't entirely happy... MORE with.

EPISODE 1.6
3 July 2021

Episode 6

A stressed team awaits the ratings announcement with a mix of fear and dread, and when the result finally comes in, it may not work out the way everyone had hoped.

Talkback: Season 1 / Reviews

Stuff

Stuff

Lacks the spontaneity, free-flowing lunacy or comedic timing of Big Breakfast, Reels or Wellington Paranormal.

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The Spinoff

The Spinoff

There’s a pervasive sense that the show doesn’t quite know what it is.

Full review