Sooty and Sweep are undoubtedly one of the great comedy double acts, and they have a brand new series out this month. I spoke to their current handler, Richard Cadell, about the longest running kids TV show in history.
Comedy Chords is back and proud to come back with it’s own original podcast, Newsleak: In Your Shoes. This new show will follow the trials and tribulations of our very own roving reporter Dave Storrey as he tackles some of the UK’s worst loved jobs.
In an original production written by Park Bench with additional material provided by Stu Ferrol and Rigid Bones the first show finds Dave head over to the local hospital to gets a hands on taste of exactly what it takes to be a porter.
Irish born and bred Keith Farnan is making a welcome return to the Fringe this year after a well deserved year off. He’s decided to deal with Fear Itself this time round, which is a theme that most likely rears it’s ugly head for most people involved in Edinburgh…
The highly anticipated animated sequel Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 follows wacky inventor Flint Lockwood (Bill Hader) as Swallow Falls finds itself up against mutated fodder rather than not raining hamburgers and ice cream.
When I applied to an advert on a popular casting website for an actor to play the role of a “motormouth DJ” in a local film, I thought it would be the usual bit role in a ten minute student dissertation project. I couldn’t have been more wrong.
Today we present an exclusive five-minutes of audio weirdness from John Dredge, coming to you not live from somewhere.
Where else can you find Frank Sinatra, a Dalek, and the new K-Tel Answerometer? Paignton, maybe, but also in this brand new easy-to-fold podcast! Listen today, listening fans!
[Image courtesy of Rich Hardcastle]
Challenger finds Tim FitzHigham, the multi award-winning, Perrier-nominated comedian, author, explorer and extreme unusualist back at the Edinburgh Fringe as he relates his most mystifying challenge yet.