Will & Woody

Will & Woody

Raw and unsalted, Will & Woody have made a vow: to make a 'genuine attempt' at being less crap and more better-er. According to the guys, life would be pretty vanilla without stitch ups. So, I guess we don’t really know what they’re gonna dish up. But with a pinch of banter, a sprinkle of above-average gags, and a full cup of spontaneity, we know it’s gonna be some tasty biz. Tune in weekdays from 4pm on the KIIS Network

Episodes

May 17, 2022 48 min

Home and Hosed / Impressive Thieves / Samantha Jade sings to Will’s unborn baby / Pull My Finger update / Lost The Plot / Wango Tango

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May 16, 2022 41 min

Powderfinger cover band name / Believe It Or Not / Embarrassing reveals Wango Tango Tennis / Bald Men Anonymous /  

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May 13, 2022 47 min

Phone Alone / Why kids lie / Did a note in school get intercepted / Rejected Ideas / Finding the a name for Woodys Band

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May 12, 2022 45 min

Dilruk Jayasinha / Soap Opera Moments / Vague Sale / Did you live out your worst nightmare? / Powderfinger band names / 

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May 11, 2022 47 min

Wil Anderson / Powderfinger reunion / How do you get ‘alone time’ from your kids? / Celebrity Dead Or Alive / Can you use someone else’s baby name? / 

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Beau Ryan / Fingers Crossed / Will’s new baby name / Pooralysis / Lost The Plot

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May 9, 2022 41 min

Sonia Kruger / Reforming Powderfinger / Can listeners hit the high note? / Believe It Or Not / Did your partner use a good pick up line? /

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