JOY 94.9 (Diffrent Strokes)
Summary: There's something diff'rent about Thursday breakfast on JOY 94.9. Join Jade and Dave every Thursday morning for a fun, camp and geek take on pop culture and the world as we know it. ON AIR: Thursdays 6.30am to 9am on JOY 94.9FM Website: http://diffrentstrokesonline.com/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/diffrentstrokesradio Twitter: http://twitter.com/diffstrokes949
After 10 weeks, Diff'rent Strokes is back! Jade and Dave go through what's been keeping them business - including a certain engagement announcement! Regular segments such as music pick and app of the week return, and Dave has a new hobby keeping him occupied.
The last show for 2012! Jade spent a day with her nan and shares herquirky nan moments! Dave reviews the new single from US r&b singer Ciara. Jade and Dave share some of their most memorable moments on-air for 2012, and talk Instagram selfies, as well as apps that help you take a look back at your Twitter history.
X Factor Australia winner Samantha Jade chats to Dave about becoming the first female contestant to take out the series, criticisms about her past success in the music industry, and ideas for her next album. The affable popstar also opens up about finding her confidence again and her killer new single 'What You've Done To Me', which has gone #1 on the ARIA charts, certifying platinum sales. Sammi's debut album "Samantha Jade" is out now and she'll be heading on a nation-wide X Factor tour with her series mates in January before performing at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. "More feathers and bigger hair, please!" she insists.
Dave is getting extra special attention on Facebook - for having a hot friend. Girls Aloud have made a comeback to celebrate 10 years and Dave is excited about the new track On The Metro for music pick of the week, Jade reviews the blog Born Gay, Born This Way. Do you embelish on resumes? Jade and Dave take you through the most common used phrases on resumes, and Jade reviews the app Flick Golf.
Does Facebook motivate us to do things we wouldn't normally do, all for the sake of impressing friends? Jade reviews Aussie indie band San Cisco for her music pick of the week and the new Matthew Perry show 'Go On'. Jade also chats to Jason Leaver - creator of web series 'Out With Dad' and introduced Dave to the location app Banjo.
Dave loves a bit of validation from cute retail boys while Jade's busy planning a massive Thanksgiving. Dave reviews the new single from UK girl group Little Minx, Jade's girlfriend wants her to grow up and take her clothes to the DRY CLEANERS! Political Memes are a Diff'rent Strokes highlight from 2012 and Jade reviews the app Zeebox.
Jade's dreamt up a Diff'rent Strokes variety show with some DS faves, US indie-pop band Blondfire are music pick of the week, Dave and Jade share their hairdressing trial and tribulations, Dave confesses his love for reality show Honey Boo Boo and Jade reviews the retro image app Retromatic.
Jade talks to Nate and Kayla about their dramatic web series, Once You Leave.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you'd know Obama is sticking around for another four years and the interwebs are going crazy for Obama gifs (ie. animations for those of you who aren't quite geek enough!). Dave's music pick of the week is Swedish Eurovision singer Loreen, Dave's mum - better known as MAMA LIM - makes her radio debut, sharing her excitement for the Big Brother finale and her wisdom on gay marriage. Finally Jade reviews the app Zombie Toss.
It's halloween - Dave share's his Halloween costume for 2012 and reveals Mama Lim's Halloween phobia. US indie synth-rock band Shiny Toy Guns are Jade's music pick of the week, After Ellen is conducting a poll on top lesbian/bi films, and Jade reveals the app for childhood favourite He-Man - the most powerful game in the universe!
Dave is excited about Leona Lewis's new deb-step anthem for his music pick of the week, Jade reviews TV show The New Normal and app Lightt, and The Tiger and Me come into the studio to chat about their new album.
Gillian from the 'Wake Up It's Wednesday' breakfast show fills in for Dave, marking Jade's first time co-presenting with another girl! The girls chat about the power of Twitter, talk to Ricky from Adelaide indie-pop band City Riots, Jade showcases her song of the week from Tokyo Denmark Sweden and review's TV show Veep and game app Kumo Lumo. Finally, is it approapriate to "check in" at a funeral? The girls discuss the "oversharing" of personal or innapproapriate information on social media sites like Facebook.
Dave tries to find appropriate hobbies for Jade in the post-AFL season, our DS duo talks about people who use old profile pics. Jade interviews Susan Miller. Music pick of the week: San Cisco - Wild Things. App review: Kingdoms of Camelot.
Jade chats to Anyone But Me writer and producer Susan Miller about the end the show, lesbians on TV and the future of online web series.
Jade and Dave talk about people who take selfies in strange places. Alex and Meaghan come in to talk about Pride football tournament. We chat with Sam, lead singer of indie band Paper Kites. App of the week: Bad Piggies. Music Pick of the Week: Dave causes a stir by playing Brandy's new single 'Wildest Dreams'.