Twenty Six minutes of feel good light entertainment which traverses the world of "Blokedom" and rediscovers the joys of a roaring V 8 engine, a good bar-B–Q, a punt on the dogs and a bit of a perve along the way. Plus handy hints on how a bloke can re-immerse himself into a culture more reminiscent of the sporting 70’s than the snag infested 90’s.

BLOKESWORLD SEGMENTS...
THROTTLESHOP
This segment features men and their machines, from MX bikes to a John Deere Gator to Bobcats as always the Blokesworld team adds their on slant to this segment.
HANDY HINTS
Bringing a bloke up to speed on using kitchen appliances, impressing chicks and some generally bad advice on how to cut corners in life
SOME OF US HAVE TO WORK MONDAY
Indeed it’s true, so we ask everyone from bobcat drivers to strip club managers what it’s like to be in their shoes for a day.
POLE POSITION
Look out for the 2-hour special on this segment!! Hot sorts strut their stuff on the vertical bar in a bid to gain selection to the Olympics should pole dancing be added to the list of events!
BREED OF THE WEEK
A chance to meet some of our four legged mates at the local park, and a chance for (us) to meet the chicks who own them.
BLOKE OF THE WEEK
Having a chat with some self made blokes who have made it to the top in their field, be it racing cars, playing top level AFL or Rugby League or knowing how to catch a fish or two.
GREAT BLOKE MOMENTS IN SPORT
Snippets of action from events around the country that warm a blokes heart.
MISS BLOKESWORLD
Penthouse Pet Rachel James helps in our search for Miss BW 2004 as well as providing a welcome addition to our many other segments.
BOOT SALE BEAUTIES
We take the viewer on a bird’s eye view on how to track down a bargain and how much its worth, from Boot Sales to Garage Sales.
AUSSIE MADE
We like to champion the cause and showcase products which are Aussie made and world class at the same time.
TALKIN TURF
Multiple group one winning jockey Simon Marshall takes us through the jungle that is the TAB and explains to the novice how to fill out a  ticket and fill up their wallet.
ROMANCE TIPS WITH SCOTT BON
AC DC disciple Scott Bon provides us with his insightful views on “how to please your lady”.
RIG OF DA WEEK
We take you inside the cabin and will take you to three capital cities in two days and even bump some wildlife along the way.
SCARRED UP
Showcasing Tattoo of all styles, colours and competency and the story behind the Tat.
WHAT'S UNDER THE HOODY?
Spanner heads pop their bonnets for Blokesworld as we take the viewer around the engine bay and the workings of some trick and sick rides mate.
AUSTRALIA'S BEST HOTELS
We take the viewer for a walk through exclusive gentlemen’s retreats, highlighting the availability of fresh mints and clean towels, the segment wraps up with the cost for the hotel (ie. $240 per hour).
COWTALK
Hosted by legendry Jackaroo Alex Slack, this segment will teach you how to brand, round up, sell and castrate your steers as well as visiting Rodeos and country fairs.
UTE OF DA WEEK
Without a doubt the greatest Australian invention closely followed by the wine cask, we pay homage to some of the best utes travelling on our roads. As well as meet the characters and discover their passion to the great Aussie Ute.
YOU, ME, CARPARK, NOW
Blokesworld shows you how to protect yourself in the pub and outside, we cover all fighting styles to create our own individual Blokesworld style. From "what you looking at mate" to "that's my coin on the pool table" incidents, Blokesworld will educate you on the best way to defend yourself.
NEW SEGMENTS ON THE WAY...

DEATH BENCH
Come Saturday traditionally a day for sport, the gathers gather while the hunters sit idle on benches outside supermarkets around Australia. We talk to these dejected souls about their relegation to the bench.

THRONE ROOM
This is a life improvement section showing Blokes how to decorate their toilets to ensure an enjoyable stay on every visit.

HOW TO GET YA BOND BACK
Our shonky real estate agent gives great advice from stain removal, to jammed doors and broken toilets.



The unlikely tale of two blokes who had a crack at getting their two bob show on TV and somehow, did it. Wah and Ado had been mates for sometime, mucking around in various bands in Qld and then in Sydney. To make ends meet they both took jobs with music mags . Ado left that a few years later to work on the Big Day Out and other events while Wah left to work on Sydney’s gas lines. Around this time guitars were replaced with dirt bikes and the first of many ‘moto movies’ were made for a few mates, the original being titled,’ Lock Stock and Two Smokin’ Pipes ‘.  In around September of 2002 the root of the idea of Blokesworld began to take shape.



With not a lot on the telly that seemed to meet the demands of the fair dinkum Aussie fella, and a disturbing lack of dirtbike action on air it was decided that they might as well have a crack at making something a bit more appropriate for bloke viewing. So the ultimate recipe for must see  male viewing was concocted in the lounge room of  a crappy suburban flat, pole dancing one of the first to appear on the list, followed by hot cars, tractors n trucks and some more pole dancing!



A total of six episodes were crudely put together on i-movie and carted off to ch31 in Sydney. The boys had a lukewarm reception but were told if they could make another six, that would nearly constitute a series and they would get a start. No worries!  Ado moved his work to home so he could basically get paid to make Blokesworld by people who thought he was working for them selling advertising. Wah took a job at Sky channel to learn about making television and betting on greyhounds. This went on until February 2003 at 10 pm on a Saturday night and became an instant cult hit. Other community stations soon picked up the series and the lads were on air in WA QLD VIC NZ and some college stations in the US. It was a crazy slog for the boys paying their own way to events, paying to get in, then paying to broadcast it as well as make the show, pay the rent and feed themselves. If it weren’t for the passionate fan mail and some early sponsors like 1800reverse, Globe and KTM there would be no show today.



Also on board from the start were the beautiful miss Blokesworld [Rachel James] and Bobbi our sexy pole diva. Thanks also to Col Porter [the King] who cooked up a storm and Scot Bon, Lolli, Misty, Anton and Billy Mok who gave their time then and now to make the best show on TV.  After being rejected by all the major networks at least twice each, a fella named Steve Dundon somehow got ch10 to give Blokes world a run on Friday nights and convinced the boys to move to freezing’ vicco so his production company might have a chance to tidy up the rough edges and give the show its first outing on national television.  The show went to air in September 2004 and has convincingly won its timeslot ever since.



Now midway thru the 3rd series on ten the ideas are still flowing freely and the public are loving the no bullshit approach to TV the boys deliver each week and the fella’s are stoked to see their dream live on! Thanks to everyone who ever bought a t-shirt or DVD or even just told a mate to tune in to the show cause against all the odds, you’ve kept this great Aussie show on air!