The BEST Episodes of Spicks and Specks
Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!
Last Updated: Mar 15, 2020
Delve into musical history with Spicks & Specks, ABC TV's weekly comedy game show. Each week, the panel are joined by four guests from the worlds of comedy, music and entertainment.
#1 - Episode 2
Season 4 - Episode 2 - Aired Feb 6, 2008
Myf's guests this week are Guy Pratt and comedian Dave O'Neil, while Alan's guests are singer Guy Sebastian and stand up comedian Cal Wilson.
#2 - Episode 38
Season 4 - Episode 38 - Aired Oct 15, 2008
Our special guests this week are singer Anne McCue, comedian Amanda Keller, singer songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke, entertainer Frankie J Holden. Tonight’s episode ends with a video clip from band, the Skatt Brothers ‘Life At the Outpost’.
#3 - Episode 9
Season 5 - Episode 9 - Aired Mar 25, 2009
Our special guests this week are much loved Bob Evans, laugh out loud larrikin Dave Hughes, singing sensation Tina Arena and comedic cabaret Tim Minchin.
#4 - Episode 16
Season 5 - Episode 16 - Aired May 13, 2009
Our special guests this week are Speech from the Grammy Award winning band Arrested Development, comedian Judith Lucy, classical virtuoso Katarina Kroslakova and Scott Edgar from band Tripod.
#5 - Episode 24
Season 5 - Episode 24 - Aired Jul 8, 2009
Our special guests this week are Australian Idol Wes Carr, Spicks and Specks favourite Hamish Blake, Australian rock legend Jim Keays, and rock-cabaret star Geraldine Quinn. Keep an eye out for a special live performance from Geraldine Quinn of a song she has written just for Spicks and Specks.
#6 - A Very Specky Christmas 2009
Season 6 - Episode 1 - Aired Dec 20, 2009
Be sure to tune into ABC1 Sunday December 20th at 7.30pm to see our Spicks & Specks Christmas Special coming live from Bethlehem this year. Join us as we celebrate the year that was 2009 with all your Spicks and Specks favourites.
#7 - Americana Special
Season 6 - Episode 23 - Aired Jun 30, 2010
For our Americana Special, guests this week are jazz and blues legend Barbara Morrison, American comedian Tommy Dean, Country Soul singer Diana Trask, and stand up comedian Denise Scott. There is also a special performance by the Dixieland jazz band, Dave Hetherington’s Jazzbos.
#8 - Episode 8
Season 5 - Episode 8 - Aired Mar 18, 2009
Our special guests this week are the sensational Pete Murray, hysterical Rhys Darby, knowledgeable Prof. Kim Walker and the exuberant Celia Pacquola
#9 - Episode 9
Season 4 - Episode 9 - Aired Mar 26, 2008
The special guests this week are The Wombats singer Matthew Murphy, the rye-larious Ryan Shelton, Toto rocker Steve Lukather and the dazzling Mehsel Laurie. This week's closing performance will feature Matthew's band, The Wombats, sing the theme song for the TV show Postman Pat, in Norwegian.
#10 - Episode 35
Season 4 - Episode 35 - Aired Sep 24, 2008
Our special guests this week are Canadian singer songwriter Ron Sexsmith, comedian Dave O’Neil, acclaimed Australian soprano Antoinette Halloran and reigning ghosting champion Hamish Blake. Be sure to watch the end of the show for a stellar performance by Ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro.
#11 - Episode 8
Season 6 - Episode 8 - Aired Mar 17, 2010
This week on Spicks and Specks our special guests are Fame: The Musical’s Chris Durling, funny-woman Fiona O'Loughlin, iconic Australian entertainer Patti Newton and American comedian Eddie Ifft
#12 - Episode 8
Season 4 - Episode 8 - Aired Mar 19, 2008
Pumpkin instruments Our special guests this week are Israeli musician Idan Raichel, comedian Ross Noble, songstress Eddi Reader and Spicks fave Adam Rozenbachs.
#13 - Episode 10
Season 2 - Episode 11 - Aired Apr 19, 2006
This week on another entirely adequate episode of Spicks and Specks Myf is joined by opera singer Rosario La Spina who tells us about a nasty wardrobe malfunction and comedian Denise Scott who tells us about a nasty medical condition she develops while riding the bike during Malvern Stars on 45. Alan's team features country artist Beccy Cole who recalls the story of touching herself in Iraq and English comedian Stephen K Amos who is one of Spicks and Specks most gracious winners. Also watch out for a guest appearance by the spooky, kooky and ooky Kransky Sisters. Sadly Judith Lucy couldn't join the Spicks & Specks team and had to pull out at the last minute due to illness.
#14 - Episode 12
Season 7 - Episode 12 - Aired Jul 27, 2011
This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are Regurgitator front man Quan Yeomans, Kiwi comedian Cal Wilson, conductor and musical director Kellie Dickerson and an American comedian who now calls Australia home, Tommy Dean. The Magnets join us for Look What They've Done to My Song Ma.
#15 - Episode 24
Season 7 - Episode 24 - Aired Oct 19, 2011
This week our special guests on Spicks and Specks are Aussie country star Lee Kernaghan, musical comedian Rusty Berther, mezzo soprano Fiona Campbell and the hilarious Greg Fleet.
#16 - Episode 3
Season 4 - Episode 3 - Aired Feb 13, 2008
Denise Scott and dancer David McAllister join Mif while Jade McRae and Hamish Blake join Alan for this week's episode.
#17 - Episode 1
Season 2 - Episode 2 - Aired Feb 15, 2006
Guest Stars: Kate DeAraugo Adam Richard Peter Brocklehurst End Credits: Filmclip of 'Bitter Heart' by Seona Dancing
#18 - Episode 4
Season 4 - Episode 4 - Aired Feb 20, 2008
Our special guests this week are Broadway luminary Caroline O’Connor, funny man Frank Woodley, documentary & music video director Julien Temple and comedian/ radio announcer Dave O’Neil. The closing performance features a live performance from Caroline O’Connor and the Carnevel Strings, as they perform an Edith Piaf rendition of the Sex Pistols song “Anarchy in the UK”.
#19 - Episode 5
Season 2 - Episode 6 - Aired Mar 15, 2006
Guest Stars: Christine Anu Adam Richard Billy Field Denise Scott
#20 - Ella Hooper, James Morrison, Colin Lane & Scott Edgar
Season 1 - Episode 9 - Aired Apr 6, 2005
Comedian Adam Hills hosts this music-based quiz show. Team captains each week are comedian Alan Brough, and Triple J presenter Myf Warhurst. This week's guests include comedian Colin 'Lano' Lane, and the Tripod's 'nerdy one' comedian Scott Edgar.
#21 - David Hobson, Rich Hall, Kitty Flanagan & Angry Anderson
Season 1 - Episode 11 - Aired Apr 20, 2005
Comedian Adam Hills hosts this music-based quiz show. Team captains each week are comedian Alan Brough and Triple J announcer Myf Warhurst. This weeks guests include Rose Tattoo singer Angry Anderson, and comedians Kitty Flanagan and Rich Hall.
#22 - Toni Lamond, Dave McCormack, Hamish Blake & Brian Mannix
Season 1 - Episode 12 - Aired Apr 27, 2005
Comedian Adam Hills directs two teams through this block-buster musicology quiz show. Stars and team leaders are the talented comedian Alan Brough, and the scene-stealing Triple J announcer Myf Warhurst. Alan's guests this week are stage star Toni Lamond, and guitarist David McCormack. Myf's guests this week are singer Brian Mannix and comic relief Hamish Blake.
#23 - Deni Hines, Pete Smith, Mick Thomas & Hamish Blake
Season 1 - Episode 13 - Aired May 4, 2005
Comedian Adam Hills hosts another great episode of Spicks and Specks, the musical quiz show. Team captains each week are comedian Alan Brough and Triple J presenter Myf Warhurst. Alan's guests this week are singer Deni Hines, and entertainer Pete Smith. Myf's guests are musician Nick Thomas and comedian Hamish Blake,
#24 - Beccy Cole, Earl Okin, Frankie J. Holden & Andy Lee
Season 1 - Episode 14 - Aired May 11, 2005
Comedian Adam Hills hosts this music-based quiz show. Team captains are comedian Alan Brough, and radio announcer Myf Warhurst. Alan's guests this week are singer Beccy Cole and comical muscian Earl Okin. Myf's guests are entertainer Frankie J. Holden, and comedian Andy Lee.
#25 - Richard Clapton, Wendy Harmer, Guy Sebastian & David O'Doherty
Season 1 - Episode 15 - Aired May 18, 2005
Comedian Adam Hills hosts this music quiz show, aided each week by team captains actor and comedian Alan Brough, and triple J's own Myf Warhurst. Alan's guests this week are musician Richard Clapton and comedian Wendy Harmer. Myf's guests are comedian David O'Docherty, and Australian Idol winner Guy Sebastian.