Stuff You Should Know baits and sates our natural sense of curiosity. Whether listeners want to learn about how water slides work, what Spam is made of, or why spiders are so creepy, Josh & Chuck deliver the details quickly, comically, and with clarity. Every time they take their fascinating show on the road to educate the masses, the duo give fans the opportunity to witness a unique, never-heard-before episode unfold in real time–the result being an evening of learning and laughter.

Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant are the hosts of the research-based, general knowledge podcast that is loved around the world. Having faithfully released two episodes each week since 2008, the pair released their 1000th episode (a two-parter on The Simpsons) in October 2017. And they show no sign of slowing down, there’s still too many to cover.. Enough to keep them going for decades in fact (so long as they don’t get hit by a bus or anything like that).

So far they’ve recorded episodes on everything from disco to the time when Nazis invaded Florida in WWII; wonky stuff like trickle-down economics and voter suppression; science-y topics like the sun, global warming, bioluminescence and willpower; and totally random topics you’d never think could be interesting, like grass, zoot suits and shotgun houses (all three of those are great ones, by the way).

Josh and Chuck became friends while working as senior editors at HowStuffWorks.com. A few years into their careers there, Clark founded the podcast Stuff You Should Know in 2008 as an attempt to repackage some of the website’s most popular content. Though he had never heard a podcast before, he soon found success with friend and co-host Bryant , who joined him a month into production. Since then the informative program has ranked among the most downloaded podcasts on iTunes. The podcast was so popular that parent company Discovery Channel produced a mockumentary style TV show of the same name in 2013.

Since 2014, the dynamic duo have taken their show on the road to sold-out audiences in cities across the US, Canada, the UK and Ireland. Stuff You Should Know: Live is like the podcast, but arguably 10-20% funnier and sometimes a little bluer.

Josh & Chuck invite you to experience their hit podcast live in person–it will most assuredly knock your socks off!

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Getting here

BY TRAM: Tram routes 96, 109 and 12 (Stop 124A Casino/MCEC) will all take you to our Clarendon Street entrance. Otherwise, tram routes 48 and 70 (Stop D5) take you to Flinders Street. From there, it’s just a short walk up Clarendon Street until you reach us. For tram timetables or further trip planning, use Public Transport Victoria’s Journey Planner.

BY TRAIN: Our closest station is Southern Cross. Once you exit the station, you can catch the 96, 109 or 12 tram routes and arrive at MCEC in just a few stops. For train timetables or further trip planning, use Public Transport Victoria’s Journey Planner.

BY CAR: If you’re being dropped off at the Exhibition Centre, our Clarendon Street entrance is the closest entrance. If you’re getting a lift to the Convention Centre, the entrance near DFO is the closest drop off point. If you’re driving in, our Exhibition Centre car park can be accessed via Normanby Road. You can view more parking options below.

BY BUS: From Monday to Friday, bus route 237 goes via Southern Cross Station to Lorimer Street, which is roughly a five-minute walk to MCEC. For bus timetables or further trip planning, use Public Transport Victoria’s Journey Planner.

BY TAXI OR UBER: If you’re heading to the Exhibition Centre, ask your taxi or Uber driver to drop you off at MCEC’s Clarendon Street entrance. If you’re going to the Convention Centre, ask your driver to drop you off at Convention Centre Place, next to Pan Pacific Melbourne and DFO South Warf. We have two nearby taxi ranks – Crown, Clarendon Street and DFO, Convention Centre Place.

When you arrive from Melbourne Airport (also known as Tullamarine Airport), you have three options. You can catch a taxi from outside your terminal or request an Uber by following the signs outside your terminal to the pick up zones. You can also get the Skybus, which has a service called the Southbank Docklands Express that stops at the Clarendon Street entrance of MCEC. Receive 5% discount on purchasing tickets online by entering the promotional code ‘MCEC’.