Ross Noble: Freewheeling - Netflix
Sun 23 June 2019
Ross Noble returns for the brand new and exclusive second series of his random Twitter-powered anti-travelogue. We told him to make a TV show, and this is what he came back with. Well, what else would you expect from the surreal Geordie stand-up? Once again, Ross pulls on his helmet, climbs onto his beloved motorbike, opens up Twitter and puts his fate entirely in the hands of his 500,000+ followers to decide every step of his journey. Like his stand-up routines Ross tosses out the script (and the rulebook) as he revs up his bike to discover the sort of experiences, and people that you'd never normally hear about.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 60 minutes
Ross Noble: Freewheeling - Triple J - Netflix
Triple J (often triple j) is a government-funded, national Australian radio station intended to appeal to listeners between the ages of 18 and 34 which began broadcasting in January 1975. The station places a greater emphasis on broadcasting Australian and alternative music compared to commercial stations. Triple J is government-owned and is a division of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Ross Noble: Freewheeling - Radio plays - Netflix
Triple J currently has had several comedic radio plays: Coma FM - satirical radio station performed by Today Today hosts Chris Taylor and Craig Reucassel. Space Goat - a parody radio sci fi performed by the breakfast show's Jay and the Doctor which borrowed many features of early radio science fictions such as a long intro for very little story which leaves many questions open, which the narrator spends some time pointing out at the end. Battalion 666 - a comedic radio drama which takes place on a fictional Royal Navy ship, the HMS Beezlebub. It came about when, in 2004, the Royal Navy officially recognised LaVeyan Satanism as an official religion in which its personnel can partake. The show features Jay and the Doctor, John Safran, and various sound clips of famous people taken from recorded interviews such as Tom Cruise and Russell Crowe.
Ross Noble: Freewheeling - References - Netflix