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British comedian Adam Buxton talks with interesting people. The rambly conversations are sometimes funny, sometimes more serious with funny bits. Adam makes the jingles and records the intros and outros for most episodes while walking with his dog friend Rosie in the East Anglian countryside where he lives with his wife and three children. Adam has appeared in films such as Hot Fuzz, Stardust and Son Of Rambow as well as a variety of TV shows in the UK. Since 2007 he has hosted BUG, a live s ...
 
Famous faces take their best mate, their mum, their neighbour (whoever they want) for an afternoon at a favourite museum or gallery. As well as getting a peek behind the scenes, seeing what makes a museum tick, it's also the starting point for some great conversations about life, the universe and everything. As well as a chance to eat lots of cake in the cafe. Meet Me at the Museum is published by Art Fund, the UK’s national charity for art, which raises money for museums and galleries throu ...
 
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!
 
Richard Osman has gathered three friends for a very special occasion, to celebrate celebrities who have their birthdays this week. And what better way to celebrate someone's birthday than by guessing their age! The best age-guesser will leave with the ultimate prize: a chocolate caterpillar cake. But can you do better at home?
 
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Adam enjoys a rambling conversation with British actor, comedian, and writer Miles Jupp. This conversation was recorded in London back in September 2017 but fell victim to technical problems and bad organisation, hence the THREE YEAR delay. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to Anneka Myson and Jack Bushell for additional e…
 
Adam talks with British poet, writer and musician Benjamin Zephaniah. PLEASE BE AWARE: During the first 10 minutes of our conversation Benjamin told me about some relatives suffering with the effects of COVID and included some details that may be upsetting to hear for people who have lost loved ones to the disease. So if you're worried, skip past t…
 
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis get to grips (from a safe distance) with all things 2020 in the form of sketches and guest contributions.This week Catherine Bohart dons The Crown, Eshaan Akbar accepts responsibility and musical duo Harry and Chris take us to church...Additional voices from Emma Sidi and George FouracresWritten by the cast, with addition…
 
Adam talks with British comedian Joe Lycett about the traumatic gig where they first met, Joe's net worth according to the internet, hidden camera shows and pranks, ASMR and swearing. PLEASE NOTE THIS EPISODE CONTAINS FRANK SEX CHAT, STRONG LANGUAGE AND CLOSE RANGE MOUTH NOISES TOWARDS THE END Recorded face to face in March 2019 Thanks to Séamus Mu…
 
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis get to grips (from a safe distance) with all things 2020 in the form of sketches and guest contributions.Felicity Ward takes a trip to a land down under, Lost Voice Guy warms up for Christmas party season and Flo and Joan hear from Dolly Parton on how to get things done...Additional voices from Karen Bartke and George Fou…
 
Adam talks with Jamaican British writer Candice Carty-Williams about writing, religion, astrology, the pain of needing a pee, her podcast scepticism and daily routines with particular reference to those of computer scientist and podcaster Lex Fridman. Recorded remotely on November 6th, 2020. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support a…
 
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis give the week's news a shot in the arm in the form of sketches and guest contributions.Sarah Keyworth looks at breakups during lockdown, Darren Harriott sees an FA chairman cross the line; and Beardyman channels 2020...Additional voices from Katie Norris and Josh Berry.Written by the cast, with additional material from Mi…
 
Adam enjoys a rambling conversation with his old friend, Fran Healy of Travis about onanism, creativity and the mysterious process of songwriting, why comedians and musicians like hanging out with each other, why Adam is keen on name dropping and there's some emotional resolution after a drunken row that got out of hand 15 years ago… Recorded on th…
 
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis do their best to identify the next president of the USA, with a bit of help from Geoff Norcott, Jena Friedman and Sophie Duker, and music from Jess RobinsonAdditional voices from Luke Kempner and Gemma Arrowsmith Written by the cast, with additional material from Gareth Gwynn, Athena Kugblenu, Ambika Mod and Charlie Dinki…
 
Adam enjoys a rambling conversation with British comedian, ventriloquist, actor and director, Nina Conti. This episode was recorded remotely on September 16th, 2020. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to Emma Corsham for additional editing. Podcast artwork by Helen Green https://helengreenillustration.com/ RELATED LINKS RIC…
 
Adam enjoys a rambling conversation with Irish writer, podcaster, comedian, musician and sometime Rubberbandit, Blindboyboatclub about comedy, music, post modernism, prank phone calls, masks, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and more. This episode was recorded remotely on October 5th, 2020. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to …
 
A satirical review of the week's news with Andy Zaltzman and guests Anand Menon, Chris McCausland, Lucy Porter and Sara Barron.It's the last in the present series as Andy and some oven-ready teams tackle Trump and Tiers and try to predict some future news.Written by Andy Zaltzman with additional material by Max Davis, Alice Fraser and Mike Shephard…
 
Adam enjoys a rambling conversation with British actor and comedian, Ellie White. CAUTION: BAD LANGUAGE AND SMUT This episode was recorded remotely on September 10th, 2020. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to Emma Corsham for additional editing. Podcast artwork by Helen Green https://helengreenillustration.com/ RELATED LI…
 
A satirical review of the week's news with Andy Zaltzman. This week Andy is joined by an international panel of comedians including regular guest Andrew Maxwell alongside Anuvab Pal from India, Olga Koch from Russia and Alice Fraser from Australia. The panel tackle the global response to COVID-19, the (no) chance of a deal between Britain and the E…
 
Adam talks with Jason and Andrew of British band Sleaford Mods about 'selling out', Class, musical influences, the stories behind a few of their lyrics and social media. The conversation was recorded in London comedy venue 2 Northdown in April, 2019. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to Anneka Myson for additional editing.…
 
A satirical review of the week's news with Andy Zaltzman and guests Mark Steel, Lloyd Langford, Helen Lewis and Felicity Ward.This week the Government's battle with Microsoft Excel, Donald Trump's battle with Covid-19 and Arsenal FC's battle with a dinosaur.Written by Andy Zaltzman with additional material from Max Davis, Charlie Dinkin, Alice Fras…
 
Adam talks with British writer, columnist and creative director Raven Smith about parents and surrogacy, erasing history in the wake of the George Floyd killing, dangerous biscuits, Charlie Bucket's grandparents, and what most people would do if they were told they had 6 minutes to live. This conversation was recorded remotely on June 18th, 2020. A…
 
Adam talks to British pop star Robbie Williams about insecurity, oversensitivity, UFO sightings, what it's like to be dissed by a musical hero from beyond the grave, whether Adam will be invited to Robbie's private island, why the Brit Awards weren't fun, and Adam plays Robbie his rude version of Rudebox. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for produc…
 
A satirical review of the week's news with Andy Zaltzman and guests Simon Evans, Jena Friedman, Mark Nelson and Zoe Lyons.It's been a big week for America - even before the Trumps tested positive - and Britain has been doing its best to keep up in the highly satirisable news stakes too.Written by Andy Zaltzman with additional material from Simon Al…
 
A satirical review of the week's news with Andy Zaltzman and guests including Francis Wheen, Neil Delamere, Lucy Porter and Fern Brady.Andy Zaltzman looks at the latest COVID-19 advice ("this is not a repeat, I repeat, this is not a repeat") and investigates dodgy bank dealings and even dodgier Welsh broadband.Written by Andy Zaltzman with addition…
 
Adam talks with British journalist and author Caitlin Moran about sex, farts, dog snogs and genitals, however in amongst all that there is a serious section about eating disorders. The conversation was recorded remotely on September 2nd, 2020. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to Matt Lamont for additional editing. Podcast…
 
A satirical review of the week's news with Andy Zaltzman. This week Andy is joined by Paul Sinha, Ayesha Hazarika, Geoff Norcott and Catherine Bohart.Testing testing...is this thing on? Andy and the teams trace their way through another weekly deluge of news.Written by Andy Zaltzman with additional material by Simon Alcock, Alice Fraser, Ambika Mod…
 
A satirical review of the week's news with Andy Zaltzman and guests Hugo Rifkind, Angela Barnes, Athena Kugblenu and Alun Cochrane.Andy and teams remotely gather in a group of fewer than 6 people to tackle the big stories of the week all absolutely, unequivocally 100% in accordance with international law.Written by Andy Zaltzman with additional mat…
 
Andy Zaltzman is the new host of the News Quiz, chewing over a week of headlines with a panel of comics and journalists. This week Helen Lewis, Lucy Porter, Andrew Maxwell and Daliso Chaponda are the guests in this first episode of the series recorded with a remote audience watching and listening from home.Producer: Richard MorrisProduction co-ordi…
 
Darren Harriott curates his ideal festival: a magical carnival of surprise called The Festival of the Unexpected. Featuring trombonists, acrobats, wrestling and opera, it's a whimsical journey through Darren's favourite things with his favourite people. Also, there are vampires.This episode features Faye Treacy, Aaron Twitchen, Rob Halden and Alice…
 
Superstar stand-up Sara Pascoe curates her dream festival; one for the miserable. Featuring readings from Rhik Samadder, comedy from Sophie Duker, music from Emmy the Great and a new character from Steen Raskopoulos, join Sara as she celebrates all of the things that make us tick. Producer: Leila NavabiProduction co-ordinator: Caroline BarlowSound …
 
Bristol stand-up comedian Jayde Adams curates her dream summer festival, welcoming some of her favourite people to her fantasy festival site. Sarah Millican is in charge of the VIP tent, Australian stand-up Rhys Nicholson is Jayde's designated driver, Glyn Fussell is the celebrity booker and Kathy Burke watches from her sofa. Showstopping headline …
 
Expect a summer festival with a difference as some of the nation's favourite comics turn curators and host a virtual festival featuring their favourite performers from the worlds of comedy, literature and spoken word. They'll be in control of everything (even the weather) as we're taken along for the ride to not only hear some great performances bu…
 
Adam talks with British writer Zadie Smith. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to Matt Lamont for additional editing. Podcast artwork by Helen Green https://helengreenillustration.com/ RELATED LINKS ZADIE SMITH - INTIMATIONS (2020, WATERSTONES) INTIMATIONS (AUDIOBOOK READ BY ZADIE) (ON AUDIBLE) ZADIE SMITH ON SHAME, RAGE AN…
 
Expect a summer festival with a difference as some of the nation's favourite comics turn curators and host a virtual festival featuring their favourite performers from the worlds of comedy, literature and spoken word. They'll be in control of everything (even the weather) as we're taken along for the ride to not only hear some great performances bu…
 
Adam talks with British journalist Helen Lewis about her book Difficult Women, A History of Feminism In 11 Fights, her encounter with Canadian clinical psychologist and author Jordan Peterson who Helen interviewed for GQ magazine in 2018, the downside of keeping up to date with current affairs and much else. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for pro…
 
Expect a summer festival with a difference as some of the nation's favourite comics turn curators and host a virtual festival featuring their favourite performers from the worlds of comedy, literature and spoken word. They'll be in control of everything (even the weather) as we're taken along for the ride to not only hear some great performances bu…
 
"24x06 - Lucy Porter, Sean Lock, Zoe Lyons, Jack Dee - Poison, Heavy Metal, Painters, Winter Sports" from dimsdale.co.uk was assembled into the "The Unbelivable Truth - Series 1 - 24 including specials and pilot" podcast by Dimsdale.Episode 147 of 147.
 
"24x05 - Henning Wehn, Lou Sanders, Sindhu Vee, Neil Delamere - Guns, Magic, Berries, Crocodiles" from dimsdale.co.uk was assembled into the "The Unbelivable Truth - Series 1 - 24 including specials and pilot" podcast by Dimsdale.Episode 146 of 147.
 
Adam talks with guitarist Ed O'Brien about embarrassing Radiohead videos, stolen mini discs, getting cosmic, the romance of space, whether Ed really is the 59th greatest guitarist of all time and his new solo project EOB. This conversation was recorded in London in early March 2020. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to Mat…
 
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