|Presented by||Amanda Keller|
|Theme music composer||Michael Lira|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||37|
|Original release||11 February – 11 November 2004|
The show was presented by Amanda Keller, with regular appearances by Steve Cannane and Robbie Buck (from the ABC's Triple J radio station). The series irreverently covered elements of popular culture, including movies, music, internet, fashion and marketing – or in Keller's words, "the soft underbelly of pop culture".
The program was generally well received by viewers, but critical opinion was somewhat polarised: a Sydney Morning Herald team compiling the newspaper's 2004 "Couch Potato" Awards was divided between those who found the program annoying, and those who found it well-written and entertaining. Some critics also decried that several of the ABC's arts programs were axed to make way for broader, more populist material such as Mondo Thingo.