Episode 3.07

After ordering a shaken martini, we look at the history of censorship in Australia, chat with acting legend Charles “Bud” Tingwell, and voice opinions on Quantum of Solace that will in no way age badly.

First aired on 20 November 2008

The Bazura Project 3.07 – Opening

The show is Bazura Project. The Bazura Project.

The Bazura Project 3.07 – News

Marc Forster initiates the Apocalypse, Steven Soderbergh splits up a t-shirt, the Academy loses score, and a seed planted eighteen months ago provides Bazura with a rare exclusive (of sorts).

The Bazura Project 3.07 – Feature Story

The history of censorship in Australia is a long and winding road, so we use a CGI long winding road to illustrate it. Which films did we ban? How does our ratings system work? Take a trip on the Classification Highway, which is a pretty boring name and we should probably change it.

The Bazura Project 3.07 – Interview

Charles ‘Bud’ Tingwell has worked with Chips Rafferty, Maureen O’Hara, Robert Wise, James Mason, Richard Burton, and Charlie the Wonder Dog. He has appeared in over one hundred films, and is probably the most valuable contribution Australia has ever given to cinema. A legacy we soon sully by interviewing him on The Bazura Project.

The Bazura Project 3.07 – Reviews

Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 returns to find a shorter name in Quantum of Solace. Who loved it? Who was unimpressed? And just how left field can Shannon’s Show and Founds get?

The Bazura Project 3.07 – Outro