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Best Jenny Eclair podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Jenny Eclair podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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In series two of Almost Famous, Barnaby explores the subject of fame with guests who’ve experienced it themselves, and asks them how it has affected their own journey, as well as the lives of those around them. In the first series of Almost Famous, Barnaby chatted to guests who also grew up with famous family members and asked how it affected their journeys through life. If you like what you hear please click the subscribe button, send us any thoughts or questions you have in the comments se ...
 
Award-winning comedy panel show hosted by Danielle Ward, with team captains Margaret Cabourn-Smith and Michael Legge and amazing special guests. In it, two teams work out the right thing to do in strange scenarios and scary situations which range from the everyday to the weird and extreme. Don't feel you have to start at the beginning - we'd suggest you start with the most recent series then work backwards!
 
To breed or not to breed? Find out on Maybe Baby — the podcast for the parentally undecided What happens when a woman who’s always known she doesn’t want children starts to wonder if she might want kids after all? In brand new podcast Maybe Baby, Kate Lawler tackles a taboo subject that’s familiar to millions of women. Does she actually want to have children? Kate, her fiancé Boj and her celebrity friends explore every aspect of having offspring in a funny, thought-provoking podcast that’s f ...
 
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#270 Shy Cock - Richard chats with a secretive journalist in his audience before meeting his Boat Race foe, Konnie Huq. They talk about drenched time capsules, small dishwashers, cat name scandals, how she landed a TV job whilst still at school, wrestling for the Olympic torch, chocolate flavoured gametes, Piers Morgan, the unlikelihood of a Blue P…
 
Retro AIOTM - Welcome to another episode of this ancient sketch show, this one from 26th October 2009, when everyone was worried about swine flu, the ducking idiots. We are putting one of these out every week to raise money for the cast and for the comedian’s fighting fund at https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/hecklethevirus Until 9th April yo…
 
Sports presenter Max Rushden talks about punting in Cambridge, his Blue Peter screen test and getting, then losing, the presenter job on Sky Sports show Soccer AM. In series two of Almost Famous, Barnaby explores the subject of fame with guests who’ve experienced it themselves, and asks them how it has affected their own journey, as well as the liv…
 
Our guest this week is the author and activist Sophie Walker. This was meant to be an episode with two guests but we didn't get a chance to record the second guest before the world went mad so here's our chat with Sophie in the meantime! She chats to Robin and Josie about her new book, Five Rules for Rebellion, amongst many other things. Support th…
 
#269 Talking Koch - Richard is at the Cambridge Corn Exchange and starts with a joke he first did in this venue 25 years ago. His guest is standup and daughter of the former Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, Olga Koch. They talk about St Petersburgh and (inevitably) Rasputin and his cock, having sex with a sea creature, making bad man seem slightly …
 
Series 1 - episode 2 - Take a step back in time with us to a simpler time in 2009, when Richard Herring, Dan Tetsell, Emma Kennedy and Christian Reilly got together once a week to perform a hastily written and poorly rehearsed sketch show. The cast were never paid at the time, so we are putting this out to raise some ad revenue to give them all (no…
 
Comedian Rhys James is a regular on BBC1's Mock The Week and tells us why he thinks he's a writer comedian rather than a performer comic, why he hasn't yet seen a therapist and gives us his thoughts on fame. In series two of Almost Famous, Barnaby explores the subject of fame with guests who’ve experienced it themselves, and asks them how it has af…
 
#268 Gulping Robot Toilets - Richard is hoping he will find his way into the Guinness Book of Records, but Norris Macwhirter is not answering his calls. His guest is making a return visit to RHLSTP after 7 and a half years (but will his hair reveal his success?) - it’s the amazing Charlie Brooker. The conversation is predictably dark and disgusting…
 
A chance to listen to this ragbag of a podcast originally broadcast starting in October 2009 and based on the stuff that had happened and occurred to Richard Herring in that week - written at speed, barely rehearsed. It’s better than you’d think it would be. And this time it comes with ads so we can raise some money to make more podcasts, finally p…
 
Comedian Clive Anderson talks about becoming famous while still working as a barrister, his run in with The Bee Gees and how he felt when he was told that he was losing his BBC1 talk show. In series two of Almost Famous, Barnaby explores the subject of fame with guests who’ve experienced it themselves, and asks them how it has affected their own jo…
 
It's a strange time for everyone and despite not being in the cupboard Jenny and Judith manage to bring you an alternative! Enjoy listening to the ladies answer each other's questions about how they are feeling at this difficult time... and of course there is also a bit of Birthday chat! Stay safe and well from all at Older & Wider HQ.You can follo…
 
Tracey Thorn started out as one half of the chart topping group Everything But the Girl but is now a top selling critically acclaimed author. Her latest book, Another Planet is an exploration of growing up in suburbia. She joins Josie and Robin to talk about that, discovering new art before the internet, trying to look cool by what books you like, …
 
#267 Pukka Pie Ring - Richard is trawling the two days since his last podcast record for stand up material and predictably it isn’t gold. But the lack of it being gold, makes it gold. As always. His guest owes everything to her last RHLSTP appearance, it’s the multi-talented Rachel Parris. She reveals how all her impro shows are all very carefully …
 
This week Emily and Ray go for a stroll in North London with comedian, actor and poet Tim Key - they chat about Tim's childhood cats, his route into comedy and working with his hero Steve Coogan. Tim has released his poems via a set of cards - to order Tim Key's Poetical Playing Cards go to timkey.co.uk For information regarding your data privacy, …
 
Jenny has been spending some time with her Mum and Aunt, with much hilarity. Judith has been in Madeira enjoying the sea and sun and bumping in to old friends. AND this week Judith reveals a gift that has made her very happy! The show has launched their Instagram account - you can follow them @olderandwiderpodcastYou can follow Jenny on Twitter @je…
 
#266 Bigger on the Inside - Richard is back at the Manchester Podcast Festival and rolling out a 20 year old joke about the Magic Bus. His guest this week is actor and comedian Bethany Black. They discuss the no-man’s land between regular and Celebrity chase, what it’s like to be a huge fan of Doctor Who and getting to be on the show and witness tw…
 
Another returning favourite previous guest this week as singer and songwriter David McAlmont joins Robin in the studio. They chat about David's new project looking at some specific works of James Baldwin, the difficulty of separating the artist from the art and a whole bunch more. Support the podcast at patreon.com/bookshambles to get extended edit…
 
#265 Jeremy Thorpe is Innocent - Richard is at the Manchester Podcast Festival and reveals a surprising bit of his father’s Mancunian history. His guest is recipient of the British Empire Medal, Janice Connolly aka Barbara Nice. They chat about playing tambourine in a punk band, being discovered by Peter Kay, Simon Cowell’s sense of humour and how …
 
This week on the podcast Jenny & Judith discuss there Coronavirus (AKA CVOID-19)fears. They also talk of the joy they had at a leather crafting session - where predictably things got a little competitive! The show also launched their Instagram account this week - you can follow them @olderandwiderpodcastYou can follow Jenny on Twitter @jennyeclair …
 
#264 Coin Master - Richard is giddy from doing too many podcasts in too short a time, but luckily his guest will bring him down to earth about how tough his life really is - it’s the brilliant and wise Sara Pascoe. They discuss audience members going on to be stars, the real way to enjoy Going for Gold, space-docking and whether portable fridges ha…
 
Claudia Hammond was on Book Shambles back in 2016 and now the host of the BBC's All in the Mind returns to talk to Robin about her new book The Art of Rest. They chat about how one of the most restful things you can do is, of course, read! They also chat about the evolving public perception of mental health, particularly in old mental health books …
 
#263 Finnish Sausage Party - Richard is riding high from another magazine article lauding this podcast, but was the journalist right about the audience. If the maths teacher he picks is anything to go by then they are actually much worse. His guest is thoughtful ginger genius Tim Minchin. They chat about how Tim is the tent poles of this podcast, t…
 
Emily goes for a stroll with comic Suzi Ruffell. They chat about her childhood growing up in Portsmouth, how she was drawn into stand up comedy and the importance of a good cry. To find out more about Suzi's tour Dance Like Everyone's Watching go to Suziruffell.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
On this week's Podcast Jenny and Judith discuss their up and coming Latitude festival trip - will Jenny camp? A 'Posh Greggs' becomes their restaurant of choice and the pair discuss career disappointment purchases. Ad well as this there is a Spring gardening tip from Judith. Enjoy! You can book tickets to Latitude here:latitudefestival.com/artists/…
 
#262 Voluntarily Shitfaced - Richard is back at the Oxford Playhouse and testing out his daughter’s jokes. Is she funnier than him yet? Of course she is. His guest is British Quiz Champion, Paul Sinha. In a honest and moving interview, Paul discusses the impact of the diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease has had and the turbulence that has inevitably b…
 
Konnie Huq was a much loved presenter of the children’s show Blue Peter for over a decade and now she’s written her first children’s book, Cookie. She joins Robin in studio to chat about that book, the books that got her hooked on reading as a kid, how we should be encouraging kids to read in school, fairy tales, National Geographic and much more. …
 
#261 Capitalism in Space - Richard is at the Oxford Playhouse and unsettled by the fact that it’s 30 years since he left University and appeared on this stage in Month in the Country. His guest is environmental campaigner and journalist George Monbiot. Is the world screwed? Or can we save it if we all pull together? Why did George deliberately get …
 
This week the two J's fly solo. They share a Show & Tell moment which involves some hearty bread and a coarse dress. They discuss verbal man-splaining, the last knockings of 50 and Jenny's imminent trip to Stockholm. There is also a brief cinema round up! You can follow Jenny on twitter @jennyeclair You can follow Judith on twitter @greyprideuk…
 
#260 Googling Colin Firth - Richard is back at the Liverpool Playhouse, making his annual proclamation to fight any University lecturer in the vicinity. His guest is screen-writer, author and Olympic ceremony writer, Frank Cottrell-Boyce, who may be the most charming and awe inspiring man who has ever lived and also seems to be obsessed with robots…
 
Recorded live at the Bristol Old Vic as part of the Slapstick Festival, Robin chats with Prof Sophie Ratcliffe and Joanna Neary about the work, and slapstick credentials, of PG Wodehouse. They chat about his letters (collected and edited in a volume by Sophie), turns of phrase and favourite Jeeves and Wooster moments. There's also chat of Joanna's …
 
#259 Cillagrams - Richard is at the Liverpool Playhouse and is impressed by the bravest heckle put down ever attempted in this proud city (with the best sense of humour in the world). His guest is one of the many stars of a showbiz dynasty, Kate Robbins. They discuss Eurovision sabotage, writing the theme tune to one of the most controversial TV sh…
 
At this year's Slapstick Festival in Bristol, the Cosmic Shambles Network team were there across the festival recording all sorts of events we were taking part in for a special series of podcasts. In this first episode Robin chats with Stephen Merchant about the enduring legacy of Laurel and Hardy, their favourite Laurel and Hardy films and some fu…
 
This week on the podcast Jenny and Judith discuss their worries after Judith was prescribed a Worry Group by her GP. They catch up on some TV chat and are joined by the Unstoppable Iszi Lawrence. You can follow Jenny on Twitter here @jennyeclair You can follow Judith on Twitter here @greyprideuk You can follow Iszi here: iszi_lawrence You can buy I…
 
#258 Tub of Spunk - RHLSTP returns to the Grand Opera House, York for the second week running. York is the most haunted city in Europe and Richard finds out what percentage of his audience have seen a ghost. The answer might surprise you. His guest is footballing and eating legend, Jon Parkin. They discuss the journeyman sportsman’s slightly unconv…
 
A Book Shambles / Film Shambles episode as author and film critic Mark Kermode joins Robin and Josie to talk his own books on films, great books about films and some of the best, and worst, film tie in novelisations. And Robin and Mark realise they are both huge fans of the same three obscure films. Patreon supporters get a very special bumper epis…
 
#257 Glass Pyramid - Richard is back in York, this time at the Grand Opera House and he’s come up with a plan to rescue the magic football bones of Richard III from the thieving Leicester-folk. His guest is York City’s second most famous comedian supporter and food-poisoning victim, David Reed. They talk about crap student impro, working with the T…
 
This week Emily goes for a walk with Martin Kemp and Shirlie Kemp and their toy poodle Pops. They talk about their first date 40 years ago, their friendship with George Michael and finally performing together for their new album In the Swing Of It. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
#256 Psychic Sex Twin - Richard is back at the Leicester Square Theatre and filling for time as nothing has happened to him in the week that has passed since last week’s show. His guest is comedian and project manager Athena Kugblenu. They chat about disposable nappies, inappropriate work emails, podcasting in your kitchen with your baby on your kn…
 
Recorded live in Thirsk at the Podcast Social Festival, Robin is joined by Laura Kidd (who you might better know as She Makes War) and psychologist and author Charles Fernyhough. Using the book edited and by Charles, Others: Writers on the Power of Words To See Beyond Ourselves as a launching pad they chat about the nature of storytelling, the powe…
 
#255 Spaceship Moon - Richard is back at his spiritual home of the Leicester Square Theatre and has more news about what you shouldn’t put up or on your genitalia. His guest is the most well-read man in comedy Robin Ince. They talk mainly about his fabulous book “I’m a Joke and So Are You” https://www.amazon.co.uk/Im-Joke-Are-You-Comedians/dp/17864…
 
This week Emily takes Ray for a stroll in London’s Barbican with comedian Tom Allen. He talks about feeling fabulously different growing up, his strong work ethic and the awkwardness of being set up on dates with friends. For more info on Tom go to tomindeed.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
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