Sam Suzy public
[search 0]
×
Best Sam Suzy podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Sam Suzy podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
The Examined Life is the latest podcast series from award winning entrepreneur and life coach, Matt Purcell. Join Matt as he talks to some of Australia’s most inspiring and recognisable people about business, leadership, mental health, relationships and much much more. Chatting to high profile Australians, Matt aims to uncover what makes them tick, understand how they perceive themselves, and engage them to share about how they overcome struggles and achieve their goals in our 21st century c ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Tim and his producer catch up via Skype to discuss what’s been going on. They are joined by Tim’s daughters, Grace, Rose and Jamie. They discuss listener questions, argue about a riddle and Jamie snitches on the rest of the family members.Turn on the tap with Quooker here - www.quooker.co.uk/enukIf you would like to contact us then our email addres…
 
Tim and his producer catch up via Skype to discuss what’s been going on. They are joined by Tim’s daughters, Grace and Rose. Tim asks Grace and Rose listener questions and Mark and Tim fulfil the poetry challenge set in the last episode.Turn on the tap with Quooker here - www.quooker.co.uk/enukIf you would like to contact us then our email address …
 
This week Tim Lovejoy and his producer catch up over Skype. They are joined by Tim’s daughters, Grace and Rose to discuss, all this ballyhoo, what they’ve all been doing since the nation has shut down and what it’s really like living with Lovejoy.Turn on the tap with Quooker here - www.quooker.co.uk/enukIf you would like to contact us then our emai…
 
In a podcast recorded in a less frightening time (about a fortnight ago) Desiree Burch talks us through her upbringing and development to becoming the powerful and hyper-eloquent comic force she is today. We talk about seeking connection, the protective shell of comedy, finding acceptance but to white standards, and why her tremendous debut poster …
 
In the face of an unprecedented pandemic, most listeners will soon be confined to isolation of one sort or another. Stu tries to make himself and hopefully you feel better about the overwhelming challenges ahead. How can we stay resilient, positive, and maybe creative during this bewildering and frightening time? Support the podcast by joining the …
 
This week Tim Lovejoy talks to Team GB long jumper, presenter and singer, Jazmin Sawyers. Tim and Jazmin discuss the life of a professional athlete, the training involved and the problem of doping in sports. They also talk about singing, appearing on The Voice and will.i.am. Jazmin is on Instagram and Twitter @jazminsawyersTurn on the tap with Quoo…
 
Superb comedian, thrilling storyteller and born survivor Janey Godley not only answers back to her online death-threats, but publishes her whereabouts with an open invitation to "come and have a go". We talk about how she thrived despite abuse, poverty and alcoholism in her upbringing; detail her absolute conviction in the power of honesty; and lea…
 
The godfather of British alternative comedy, Alexei Sayle is always at the edge of catastrophe. The star of The Young Ones, Alexei Sayle’s Stuff, The Comic Strip Presents, many more and now his Imaginary Sandwich Bar, gets stuck into why inauthenticity is his bugbear, how to make the most of creative discomfort, the earliest days of the Comedy Stor…
 
Eshaan Akbar has an extremely diverse comic portfolio. This former wealth manager and government policy maker is now a successful TV comedian with a significant career in the making. We talk about his very precise ambitions and his fascination with the absolute freedom of the stage, as well as his disappointment in finding out that comedy is no lon…
 
This week Tim Lovejoy talks to comedian Paul Chowdhry. Tim and Paul discuss his new Amazon Prime special ‘Live Innit’, comedy with Dave Chappelle and the difference between comedy in the US and the UK. If you would like to contact us then our email address is dearlovejoypodcast@gmail.com or you can tweet Tim @timlovejoyPaul’s new special is availab…
 
Seann Walsh is an extraordinary observational comic, with a phenomenal talent for getting to the heart of the funny in the most everyday topics, and enlivening a routine with act-outs. We talk about how his persona changed from open mics to big rooms, and how he strove for authenticity, despite the looming feeling that something was missing from hi…
 
This week Tim Lovejoy talks to lucid dream teacher Charlie Morley. Tim and Charlie discuss his book ‘Lucid Dreaming Made Easy', why and how we dream, the uses and benefits of lucid dreaming and some techniques to begin lucid dreaming. If you would like to contact us then our email address is dearlovejoypodcast@gmail.com or you can tweet Tim @timlov…
 
A man on a mission, comedian and academic Dr Matt Winning is an expert on climate change and on making the apocalypse funny. We explore how to make a show educational without being worthy, finding purpose in struggle, and how to survive as a comic when you’re not motivated to quit your day job. We also dig into the maintenance of optimism when your…
 
This week Tim Lovejoy and his producer catch up with listener correspondence. Along the way they discuss the previous episode with Dr. Suzi Gage, award season and the strangest problem they have ever been sent. Turn on the tap with Quooker here - www.quooker.co.uk/enukIf you would like to contact us then our email address is dearlovejoypodcast@gmai…
 
Twins Randy and Jason Sklar blow audiences away with their extraordinarily layered stand-up, weaving their delivery alongside, through and around each other’s voices; sparring, arguing and then dropping into perfect sync on a punchline. We get stuck into their writing process, the difficulties of working as a team when their family lives don’t sync…
 
This week Tim Lovejoy talks to psychologist, epidemiologist and author Dr. Suzi Gage. Tim and Dr. Suzi discuss her new book ‘Say Why to Drugs’, why we use drugs recreationally and the effects of different drugs on the body and brain in comparison to alcohol. If you would like to contact us then our email address is dearlovejoypodcast@gmail.com or y…
 
A juggernaut of charisma and filth, Ninia Benjamin has a supernatural connection to her audience and a mind like a firework display. We discuss why she won’t ever explain her race or size, only her point of view, and how she moved beyond the onstage anger that used to motivate her. We also dig deep into her career rebirth after an ‘annus horribilis…
 
This week Tim Lovejoy and his producer catch up with listener correspondence. Along the way they discuss 1917, football, getting fit, fasting and some inexplicable cobblers about being a fly in a butchers shop window. Turn on the tap with Quooker here - www.quooker.co.uk/enukIf you would like to contact us then our email address is dearlovejoypodca…
 
A master of "pulling back into the wide angle", Jamali Maddix thrives on big routines about big subjects, letting his innate comic ability run riot. We talk about the pressures of keeping up hit-rate within routines, and get technical about top-lines, and why he wants the premise of a bit to be more intelligent than he is himself. But what happens …
 
The only comic ever to have consecutively won Best Newcomer and Best Show at the Edinburgh Fringe, John Kearns is a master at finding pathos in the prosaic, combining clowning and standup in a way that makes absolutely no sense written down. With influences from Jacques Tati to Neil Hamburger, we explore his sense of place within himself, overreach…
 
This week Tim Lovejoy talks to human tissue engineer Dr. Sam Pashneh-Tala. Whilst discussing his field of research (his specialty is blood vessels) Tim and Sam discuss how you can grow human tissue, its uses and the moral and ethical issues around it. They also discuss the advancement of gene editing and what that means. Sam is on social media here…
 
Returning to stand-up this month with a run at Soho Theatre, after many years working on other projects including his sitcom Plebs, Tom Basden is inventive and prolific, also handsome. We talk about the parallels between the superb musical comedy that won him Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh fringe and his new stand-up, discover Tom's English middle-…
 
This week we revisit Tim Lovejoy’s chat with Michelin starred chef, restaurateur, and TV presenter Tom Kerridge (29/04/18). Tim and Tom discuss Tom’s early years in the restaurant industry, how he runs his businesses with an emphasis on people and how he lost a lot of weight.If you would like to contact us then our email address is dearlovejoypodca…
 
In this Christmas Special, we speak to the actual Santa Claus, via his little helper and confidant, consummate clown Herbie Treehead. Herbie is a phenomenal street-performer, known around the world for his joyful daftness, silly songs and funny bones. We talk about what his first Santa season means to him, and discover an enormously rich and respec…
 
This week Tim Lovejoy and his producer catch up with listener correspondence. Along the way they discuss disgusting habits, judging people on their appearance and dress buying tips. Turn on the tap with Quooker here - www.quooker.co.uk/enukIf you would like to contact us then our email address is dearlovejoypodcast@gmail.com or you can tweet Tim @t…
 
Flo and Joan are a uniquely funny musical duo, with deadpan front-cloth patter rooted in their actual siblinghood. We talk about going from open mics to a special on Amazon Prime in just four years, get the inside story on their recent gig at the Royal Variety Performance, and learn why going viral makes you turn your phone off. We also discover wh…
 
Pete Evans is an internationally renowned chef, restaurateur, entrepreneur, key note speaker, author, television presenter and documentary producer. His passion for food and a healthy lifestyle inspires individuals and families around the world. I spoke to Pete about his recent book, his thoughts on mainstream media and humanity as a whole. https:/…
 
This week Tim Lovejoy talks to Executive Director of LEAP UK, Jason Reed. Tim and Jason discuss how his illness led him to be involved in LEAP UK and drug reform, the history if drug prohibition and why the people involved go higher up than you think. Tim and Jason also talk about the next steps towards drug reform. Jason’s Stop and Search podcast …
 
Star of his own sitcom "Jerk" (BBC) and a gleefully discomforting stand-up, Tim Renkow makes his point with devastating wit. We talk about how people's exploitation of Tim's physical vulnerability has shaped his outlook and work, learn how his dispassion towards his audience's reaction makes him a stronger comic, and find out why he would rather be…
 
This week Tim Lovejoy talks to New York Times best-selling author and keynote speaker, Hal Elrod. Tim and Hal discuss the accident and cancer diagnosis that led him down this path, how he has used affirmations to help him achieve his goals, and the reach and influence his books have had. Hal’s books are available here - https://amzn.to/36OhQNVTurn …
 
"America's Funnyman" Neil Hamburger is the disturbing comic creation of Gregg Turkington; deeply funny, vile and poignant in equal measure. Ordinarily reluctant to talk about his alter-ego, Gregg gradually uncovers his love for outsider art, and the qualities he considers genius. We learn about the origins of Neil in prank phone calls and fake live…
 
I sat with good from Chief Brabon. Long considered the pioneer of bootcamp fitness training in Australia, Chief has been at the forefront of high-intensity results based training for close to 25yrs. While spending a short time in the Royal Australian Army as an Infantry Soldier, Chief established the country's first bootcamp fitness program, which …
 
This week Tim Lovejoy talks to royal historian and the historical consultant to The Crown, Robert Lacey. Tim and Robert discuss making The Crown, working with creator Peter Morgan and the future of The Crown, in both senses. They also discuss royal family today, Prince Andrew, Prince Harry, Princess Margaret and how sometimes history seems to repea…
 
Ep. 151 CHRIS KAMARA - A Conversation With… – INTERVIEW SPECIALThis week Tim Lovejoy talks to football presenter, pundit and now Christmas crooner Chris Kamara. Tim and Chris discuss his new Christmas album Here’s To Christmas, working together on Soccer AM, his punditry technique and how he started his football career in the navy.Chris’ new album …
 
Inspirational, irascible and as talented an improvisor as you could invent, Matt Besser is the kind of stand-up who can skilfully weave a set live on TV. He is also constantly referred to as a co-founder of the enormously significant Upright Citizens Brigade, which arguably serves him right for co-founding it. We take a deep dive into the genesis o…
 
If a positive workplace culture is important to you and your role within your organisation, then this is the episode for you. I recently hosted a webinar with two of Australia's top experts in positive psychology Dr Suzy Green and CEO of The Starlight Childrens Foundation Louise Baxter. With the emergence of positive psychology over the past twenty…
 
This week Tim Lovejoy talks to author and brand new podcaster Chris England. Whilst discussing his new podcast and books, Tim talks to Chris about the history of comedy, why Stan Laurel is far superior to Charlie Chaplin and the problem with VAR in football. The Fun Factory podcast is available here – https://apple.co/2pKWoZxTurn on the tap with Qu…
 
Combining all the best elements of a DIY approach to touring, a powerhouse comic ability, and some ridiculous positivity of mind, Carl Hutchinson is on the up. We talk about relatability, rooting your material in your own embarrassment and some nifty tricks to conceal your observations as something else. We also get stuck into some of the notable m…
 
This week Tim Lovejoy talks to snowboarder, marathon runner and TV presenter, Aimee Fuller. Tim and Aimee discuss how she became a snowboarder via every type of sport imaginable (skiing, motocross, gymnastics etc). Aimee also tells Tim about running marathons with her mum, her experience of making a documentary in North Korea and most important of …
 
YouTube-famous glam-rock showpig Chris Fleming has amassed a legion of fans through his brilliantly funny music videos, such as "I'm Afraid To Talk To Men", "Grad-Student Shuffle" and "Polyamorous". We talk about how he found himself drowning in stand-up, and clawed his way back to shore through developing his live work for the internet. We also di…
 
In this episode I caught up with good friend Dara Hayes (DJ Tigerlily) at her place in Sydney and we discussed some great topics including her vegan journey, social media, religion and much more. She's an incredible person and there is so much more than meets the eye. Check out her Vegan/Animal Activism page @our.soul.purpose on instagram and @djti…
 
This week Tim Lovejoy talks to Made in Chelsea, business-owner and podcaster star Jamie Laing. Whilst discussing his new entrepreneurship-basedpodcast Move, Tim and Jamie discuss Jamie’s sweet business Candy Kittens, giving away his privacy on TV and social media, and getting his priorities of family and friends right, as he gets older. Jamie’s new…
 
Ep. 147 – JAMIE LAING - A Conversation With… (PART 1) – INTERVIEW SPECIALThis week Tim Lovejoy talks ex-Made in Chelsea, business-owner and podcaster star Jamie Laing. Whilst discussing his new entrepreneurship-based podcast Move, Tim and Jamie discuss doing stand up, how boarding shaped him in later life and why it’s embarrassing being famous for …
 
A captivating comic with enormous mass appeal, Jimeoin has built a career across the UK and Australia, dancing lightly through absolute silliness and rock solid punchlines. We talk backstage after his barnstorming Edinburgh show about harnessing daftness, the creative benefits of sitting alone in a dark room and how easy it is to become a monster w…
 
Multiple international award-winning physical comedy duo The Kagools are an explosion of pure silliness, that don't conform even to the "rules" of contemporary clowning, let alone straight standup. Double-act Nicky Wilkinson and Claire Ford describe their amazingly supportive relationship, and outline the highs and lows of a life under lightweight …
 
This week Tim Lovejoy and his producer catch up with listener correspondence. Along the way they discuss their cat aromatherapy, wine and childbirth. Turn on the tap with Quooker here - www.quooker.co.uk/enukBeer 52 is here – http://beer52.comTo make the most of our Naked Wines offer go here https://www.nakedwines.com/lovejoy30If you would like to …
 
This week Tim Lovejoy talks to author and founder/CEO of The Happiness Research Institute in Copenhagen, Meik Wiking. Whilst discussing his book The Art of Making Memories, they talk about what happiness is, how it is measured and what, as humans, makes us happy. Tim and Miek also look at memories, how important they are and how to create more memo…
 
Zach Zucker and Viggo Venn and their permanent director and co-creator Jonny Woolley are like a mainline injection of a comedy drug that hasn't been invented yet. This trio has been around the world four times at some disgustingly young age, winning awards and crazed fans, and revelling in mistakes, misadventures and madness. We talk about their fi…
 
Loading …
Google login Twitter login Classic login