Tonightly with Tom Ballard

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Tonightly with Tom Ballard
GenreComedy
Presented by Tom Ballard
StarringBridie Connell
Greg Larsen
Greta Lee Jackson
Nina Oyama
Country of originAustralia
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes160
Production
Production locations Sydney, New South Wales
Running time30 minutes
Release
Original network ABC Comedy
Original release4 December 2017 (2017-12-04) 
7 September 2018 (2018-09-07)
External links
Website

Tonightly with Tom Ballard was an Australian comedy entertainment show presented by comedian Tom Ballard and regular contributors Bridie Connell, Greg Larsen, Greta Lee Jackson and Nina Oyama. It aired on ABC Comedy from 4 December 2017 until 7 September 2018. [1] The show was described as an "irreverent, fast-paced" look at the day in news and culture, [2] with Ballard calling it "undergraduate filth". [3] Tonightly with Tom Ballard was filmed a few hours before broadcast in Ultimo, a suburb in Sydney's inner-city.

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Reception

An early review of Tonightly with Tom Ballard was positive, saying "the writing is top notch, the performances strong and getting stronger, and the filmed inserts are beautifully realised." [4]

The show was criticised after a skit called Kevin Bailey, the candidate for the Australian Conservatives in the Batman by-election, 2018, a cunt, with the leader of the party, Cory Bernardi, and the Education Minister, Simon Birmingham calling for someone to lose their job over it, [5] and the Minister for Communications, Mitch Fifield asking for an investigation and an apology to Mr Bailey. [6] The ABC later personally apologised to Mr Bailey, but defended the decision to air the segment, [7] while expressions of support for the show were made by Joe Hildebrand, [8] Wil Anderson and Annabel Crabb. [9]

In August 2018, the show received criticism for a musical segment which highlighted perceived contradictions between Prime Minister Scott Morrison's Christian faith and his actions as a politician. [10] [11] The ABC rejected the suggestion that the segment "attack[ed]" Morrison's religion or religious beliefs, stating that "[m]ost viewers would understand the skit to be a satirical way of examining the relationship between such beliefs and government policies on asylum seekers". [11]

'Sex Pest', a song from the series performed by Bridie Connell and Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd, won the 2018 ARIA Award for Best Comedy Release. [12] Tonightly Albumly, a collection of original songs from the series' run, was released on all digital services via ABC Music.

Discontinued

In mid-August 2018 it was announced that Tonightly with Tom Ballard would be dropped from the ABC line up and would air for the last time on 7 September 2018. [13]

Episodes

This is a list of episodes for Tonightly with Tom Ballard which aired on ABC Comedy from December 4, 2017, to September 7, 2018.

Ep.Date airedGuestsSegments
1Monday, December 4, 2017Gardening with Greta
2Tuesday, December 5, 2017Tom looks at the Parliament House fence
3Wednesday, December 6, 2017Year In Review: Same Sex Marriage
4Thursday, December 7, 2017 Tracey Spicer
5Friday, December 8, 2017Best of the week.
6Monday, December 11, 2017Year in Review: WA-XIT
7Tuesday, December 12, 2017Tom goes to the Australian Christian Lobby conference. Christmas song.
8Wednesday, December 13, 2017 Warren Mundine Tom interviews Senators Derryn Hinch, Sam Dastyari, Eric Abetz, Sarah Hanson-Young, David Leyonhjelm
9Thursday, December 14, 2017Year In Review: Trump
10Friday, December 15, 2017Best of the week.
11Monday, December 18, 2017Year in Review: The World
12Tuesday, December 19, 2017 Omar Musa Bridie's Goon commercial.
13Wednesday, December 20, 2017Tom looks at the Australian Constitution.
14Thursday, December 21, 2017Year in Review: Indigenous issues.
15Friday, December 22, 2017Best of the week.
16Monday, January 8, 2018
17Tuesday, January 9, 2018Explainsly: Centrelink robo-debt
18Wednesday, January 10, 2018Greg crashes Mark Latham's 'Save Australia Day' campaign launch. Bridie investigates Queensland's racist place names.
19Thursday, January 11, 2018 Jimmy Carr
20Friday, January 12, 2018 Masha Alyokhina from Pussy Riot Best of the week.
21Monday, January 15, 2018
22Tuesday, January 16, 2018Explainsly: 2018 preview part 1
23Wednesday, January 17, 2018Explainsly: 2018 preview part 2
24Thursday, January 18, 2018 Panti Bliss
25Friday, January 19, 2018Best of the week.
26Monday, January 22, 2018 Izzy Ali looks at Victorian African gangs.
27Tuesday, January 23, 2018Demi LardnerExplainsly: NZ refugee policy.
28Wednesday, January 24, 2018Comedian Trygvie.
29Thursday, January 25, 2018 Jacinta Price Craig Quatermaine looks at Australia Day.
30Friday, January 26, 2018Best of the week.
31Monday, January 29, 2018Senator Jacqui Lambie
32Tuesday, January 30, 2018NSW Greens Senator Mehreen Faruqi Andrew McClelland goes to the Parkes Elvis Festival in NSW.
33Wednesday, January 31, 2018Labor Opposition Leader Bill Shorten
34Thursday, February 1, 2018Liberal MP Tim Wilson
35Friday, February 2, 2018Best of the week.
36Monday, February 5, 2018Mark Bonanno from Aunty Donna looks at Melbourne's tram car restaurants
37Tuesday, February 6, 2018 Wolf Alice Candy Bowers looks at nude underwear
38Wednesday, February 7, 2018 Harley Breen
39Thursday, February 8, 2018 Alex Cameron Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd looks at the 200 Treasures exhibition at the Australian Museum.
40Friday, February 9, 2018Best of the week.
41Monday, February 12, 2018 Tom Walker
42Tuesday, February 13, 2018Dr Chris Sarra Wyatt & Bridie go to the Tamworth Country Music Festival
43Wednesday, February 14, 2018 Sharri Markson Valentines Day song.
44Thursday, February 15, 2018Explainsly: Renewables
45Friday, February 16, 2018Best of the week.
46Monday, February 19, 2018 Danielle Walker Aaron Chen goes to Tropfest.
47Tuesday, February 20, 2018Musical act Jade Bird
48Wednesday, February 21, 2018
49Thursday, February 22, 2018Musical act Vance Joy
50Friday, February 23, 2018Best of the week.
51Monday, February 26, 2018Imam Nur Warsame
52Tuesday, February 27, 2018 Courtney Act
53Wednesday, February 28, 2018Writer of the 2018 TV movie Riot Greg Waters & LGBTQI activist Meredith KnightGreg interviews John Boyega
54Thursday, March 1, 2018 Geraldine Hickey, Zahra Stardust Cassie Workman's segment So You Think You Can Trans.
55Friday, March 2, 2018Best of the week.
56Monday, March 5, 2018 Lea DeLaria Felicty Ward interview Greta Gerwig and Saoirse Ronan
57Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Gillian Triggs, standup from Nina Oyama
58Wednesday, March 7, 2018 The Preatures Bridie interview New Zealand Foreign Minister Winston Peters
59Thursday, March 8, 2018 Ioan Gruffudd Bridie and Greta host.
60Friday, March 9, 2018Best of the week.
61Monday, March 12, 2018 Henry Rollins
62Tuesday, March 13, 2018Dr Jordan Peterson
63Wednesday, March 14, 2018Musical act Lauv
64Thursday, March 15, 2018Musical act Vera Blue Greg wants to rename the electorate of Batman & famously calls Conservative Kevin Bailey the c-word.
65Friday, March 16, 2018Best of the week.
66Monday, March 19, 2018 Tessa Waters Nina goes to Adelaide to cover the South Australian election
67Tuesday, March 20, 2018 Brian Greene
68Wednesday, March 21, 2018Hip hop act Horrorshow Felicity Ward interviews Leslie Mann, Kay Cannon & John Cena. Strayans Divided: Young Politicians.
69Thursday, March 22, 2018Michael HingExplainsly: Endometriosis.
70Friday, March 23, 2018Best of the week.
71Monday, March 26, 2018 Chuck D and Tom Morello from the band Prophets of Rage, Tommy Dassalo Scott Dooley goes to the anti-gun March For Our Lives in Washington.
72Tuesday, March 27, 2018 Paul McDermott, Nikki Britton
73Wednesday, March 28, 2018 Loyiso Gola Strayans Divided: Economists
74Thursday, March 29, 2018 Phil Wang Explainsly: Crime and Punishment
75Friday, March 30, 2018Best of the week.
76Monday, April 2, 2018 Frida Deguise Cassie Workman talks pronouns in the segment So You Think You Can Trans.
77Tuesday, April 3, 2018Marcel Lacont (Alexis Dubus)Tom goes to the Victorian Marxism conference.
78Wednesday, April 4, 2018 Jack River Strayans Divided: The Republic vs Monarchists, featuring Peter FitzSimons. Greg reports from the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
79Thursday, April 5, 2018Former Deputy Prime Minister and Treasurer Wayne Swan Greta goes to the Taroom B&S Ball.
80Friday, April 6, 2018Best of the week.
81Monday, April 9, 2018 Fin Taylor
82Tuesday, April 10, 2018 Patrick Wolf
83Wednesday, April 11, 2018 Fern Brady Greg is at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
84Thursday, April 12, 2018 Doug Stanhope, Didirri
85Friday, April 13, 2018Best of the week.
86Monday, April 16, 2018 Guy Montgomery
87Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Apollo Jackson, Damien Power
88Wednesday, April 18, 2018 Missy Higgins Tom looks at refugee art.
89Thursday, April 19, 2018 Cassie Workman
90Friday, April 20, 2018Best of the week.
91Monday, April 23, 2018 Dane Baptiste Tom looks at Camp Gallipoli.
92Tuesday, April 24, 2018Veteran Mick Bainbridge, Michael Goldstein
93Wednesday, April 25, 2018 Dami Im Bridie looks at laws protecting university colleges
94Thursday, April 26, 2018 Takashi Wakasugi James Colley goes to Federation Square in Melbourne
95Friday, April 27, 2018Best of the week.
96Monday, April 30, 2018 Bill McGibben, DMA's
97Tuesday, May 1, 2018Musician Dean Lewis Strayans Divided: Religion
98Wednesday, May 2, 2018Author Stanley Johnson, Musical act Tropical Fuck Storm
99Thursday, May 3, 2018Journalist Johann Hari Monty Franklin tries to find a new US Ambassador. Cam Knight stars as swearing teacher Kunst.
100Friday, May 4, 2018Best of the week.
101Monday, June 18, 2018Explainsly: Refugee sponsorship
102Tuesday, June 19, 2018 Anyier Youl Greta proposes lock in laws for men. Greg looks at psychic sniffer dogs.
103Wednesday, June 20, 2018Standup from Squidsy MulliganGreta Investigatesly: Refugees.
104Thursday, June 21, 2018Hip hop artist DyspOra, performing "Open Road" with Elsy Wameyo [14] Home 'n Hosed's Declan Byrne chats to three refugees making music in Australia.
105Friday, June 22, 2018Best of the week.
106Monday, 25 June 2018Hypnotist John Edward
107Tuesday, June 26, 2018Standup from Alice Fraser
108Wednesday, June 27, 2018 Alex Ward Hannah Reilly sets up a safe space for right wing journalists and broadcasters.
109Thursday, June 28, 2018 The Rubens Explainsly: Facial recognition.
110Friday, June 29, 2018Best of the week.
111Monday, July 2, 2018NT Labor MP Luke Gosling
112Tuesday, July 3, 2018Body hacker Meow-Ludo Disco Gamma Meow-Meow
113Wednesday, July 4, 2018Comedian Ashwin Segkar Strayans Divided: Feminism
114Thursday, July 5, 2018Musical group Polo Shirt
115Friday, July 6, 2018Best of the week.
116Monday, July 9, 2018 Steph Tisdell Bridie goes to UK Labor Live concert and interviews Jeremy Corbyn
117Tuesday, July 10, 2018 Shireen Morris
118Wednesday, July 11, 2018 Ngaree Ah Kit Andy Saunders' Aboriginal Mythbusters
119Thursday, July 12, 2018Musicians Alice Skye & Emily Wurramara
120Friday, July 13, 2018Best of the week.
121Monday, July 16, 2018Actor Danny Glover, Comedian Kristy Webeck
122Tuesday, July 17, 2018Musical group Bully Strayans Divided: Greens vs One Nation.
123Wednesday, July 18, 2018 Bianca "Bam Bam" Elmir Greg goes to the NT to look at the crocodile cull.
124Thursday, July 19, 2018Musical act Mansionair
125Friday, July 20, 2018Best of the week.
126Monday, July 23, 2018Interview with Albert Hammond Jr from The Strokes Damien Power looks at guns in America - a co-production with The New York Times opinion section.
127Tuesday, July 24, 2018Comedian Jack Druce Strayans Divided: Big Australia
128Wednesday, July 25, 2018Comedian Tom Cashman Rosie Waterland parodies Netflix's Insatiable. Greg goes to the Longman by-election in Queensland.
129Thursday, July 26, 2018Interview with Franz Ferdinand. Musical performance by Odette Nina goes to the Braddon by-election in Tasmania.
130Friday, July 27, 2018Best of the week.
131Monday, July 30, 2018Comedian Rose Piper
132Tuesday, July 31, 2018Economist Stephen Koukoulas Carlo Ritchie looks at health in country.
133Wednesday, August 1, 2018
134Thursday, August 2, 2018Band Cash Savage and the last drinks Carlo Ritchie looks at infrastructure in country. Bridie looks at abortion rights in Ireland and Tasmania.
135Friday, August 3, 2018Best of the week.
136Monday, August 6, 2018 Hamish Blake, Andy Lee, Dave Eastgate
137Tuesday, August 7, 2018Musicians D.Minor & Libby IngelsTom looks at racism in Townsville
138Wednesday, August 8, 2018 Skye Leckie Nina's Alternatively looks at homelessness
139Thursday, August 9, 2018Comedian Bonnie Tangey Explainsly: Homelessness and housing first
140Friday, August 10, 2018Best of the week.
141Monday, August 13, 2018Author Douglas Murray, Comedian Craig Quartermaine The Embassy episode 1
142Tuesday, August 14, 2018Musician Peter Bibby The Embassy episode 2
143Wednesday, August 15, 2018Musician/Comedian Sarah Gaul Tonightly gets axed. Mr Oily debuts in new segment "Why The Fuck Not?". The Embassy episode 3.
144Thursday, August 16, 2018Professor Toby Walsh
145Friday, August 17, 2018Best of the week.
146Monday, August 20, 2018Comedian Zoe Coombs Marr Kamahl reads the Gettysburg address for "Why The Fuck Not?"
147Tuesday, August 21, 2018 Courtney Barnett Day of the Liberal leadership spill against Turnbull.
148Wednesday, August 22, 2018Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage, musical comedy act Songtourage Greg & Nina host.
149Thursday, August 23, 2018American Peter Dutton. Comedian Sian Smith Bridie and Greta host day Turnbull announces another spill.
150Friday, August 24, 2018Best of the week.
151Monday, August 27, 2018 Andrew WK Wyatt & Bridie do a song about new PM Scott Morrison's Christianity.
152Tuesday, August 28, 2018 Gillian Cosgriff, Jess Perkins, Ahmed ZubbSpecial standup comedy episode
153Wednesday, August 29, 2018Interview with singer Troye Sivan, Comedian Michael Chamberlin
154Thursday, August 30, 2018Comedian Sam Taunton Comedian Andy Matthews looks at DIY DNA kids. Tom Cashman stars in Emotional Jackass.
155Friday, August 31, 2018Best of the week.
156Monday, September 3, 2018Greens leader Richard Di Natale, comedian Chris Fleming Special Conservative-themed show, "Conservatively". James McCann looks at modern art. Jazz Twemlow looks at everything that's wrong the left.
157Tuesday, September 4, 2018Musical comedy act These New South Whales Special future show set in 2068
158Wednesday, September 5, 2018Comedian John CruckshankExplainsly: Tom explains Australia's Environmental policy failures. Rodney Todd looks at heightism.
159Thursday, September 6, 2018Final Original Episode, ran 51 minutes. Nina's Alternatively looks at African gangs. Greg looks at Australia Post. Monica Zanetti looks at moving to the country for queer people.
160Friday, September 7, 2018The Best Ever - hour long special.

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