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Best Stuart Goldsmith podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Stuart Goldsmith podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The After School Club is where we talk to a guest about their time at school – funny stories, inspiring teachers, memorable lessons, we’ll ask them what they wanted to be when they grew up, and how their experiences back then influenced their lives now. The After School Club is supported by Satchel, the team behind the UK’s number one homework software for schools – Show My Homework. To find out more about what Team Satchel can do for your school, head to showmyhomework.co.uk.
 
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My guest today is Stuart Goldsmith, if you're here, listening to comedians talking, you'll know who Stuart is. The host of the Comedians Comedian Podcast, Stuart has spent the last decade sitting down with your favourite comedians about the art of comedy to a degree that just wasn't available previously. A former street performer turned Stand-Up Co…
 
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 my guest is Jamali Maddix, star of Live at the Apollo, 8 Out of 10 Cats, the John Bishop Show, his own Viceland documentary series ‘Hate Thy Neighbor’ and much more and he joined me in Whelan’s in Dublin, Ireland ahead of his performance of his Edinburgh Fringe Festival sold out show, Vape Lord, in October 2018. An interesting chat about …
 
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…
 
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…
 
As seen on 8 Out of 10 Cats, The Mash Report, ITv Stand Up Show, Comedy Central Roast Battle and much more, relative newcomer Catherine Bohart has wasted no time in establishing herself as one of the most promising comedians to emerge in the last few years, no doubt going to be a name that just gets bigger and bigger. I sat down with her in the Sum…
 
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 I'm delighted to welcome Laura Lexx as my guest to discuss her first ever gig. Laura's recently appeared on Season 14 of Live at the Apollo on BBC and Comedy Central UK's Roast Battle and if you've not heard of her yet then here's the perfect introduction. In this fun chat we explore her love for Boyzone and reliving the Now That's What I…
 
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 …
 
Duane is joined by the wonderful Reginald D. Hunter today on Episode 4 of My First Gig Podcast. One of the most recognisable comedians from the past two decades in the UK, as seen on just about everything from Live at the Apollo to Have I Got News For You and much more. A regular star at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival sit down and tune in to find ou…
 
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…
 
The guest today is Ardal O'Hanlon. Probably best known as the man behind Father Dougal Maguire in the iconic Father Ted but back home in Ireland, he's responsible for not just helping but creating the Irish comedy scene, hear all about that in today's episode. Recorded at Cherry Comedy in Whelan's in early 2019, Ardal was in do test out some materi…
 
It's here! The first ever episode of the My First Gig Podcast with your host Duane Doogan. Duane's a comedian based out of Dublin, Ireland and each week will be sitting down with some of your favourite comedians to discuss their first gig & their life at the time. The first guest is the fantastic James Acaster. Recorded at the Kilkenny Cat Laughs C…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
"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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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