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The Gospel According to a Sitcom Writer

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It’s a podcast. But it’s also an audiobook. No prizes for guessing which book I’ll be reading from. That would be the Gospel According to a Sitcom Writer written and read by me, James Cary. I’m a sitcom writer for the BBC, with a hand in Miranda, Bluestone 42, Thanks A Lot, Milton Jones, Hut 33, My Hero, My Family, Citizen Khan. You get the idea. Half hour comedy is my bag. I’m a sitcom guy.

But I’m also a Christian, an Anglican, a stand-up theologian and the author of The Sacred Art of Joking, a look at how religion and comedy intersect published by SPCK. You can get that on Amazon, and the audio version on Audible.

But you can’t get The Gospel According to a Sitcom Writer, a book that also deals with religion and comedy. And is quite funny, if I do say so myself. I own the audio rights to that book, or least, no-one bought them. So why not? Here it is. A new chapter each week, and maybe some other related content over the coming weeks and months and possibly years, stuff that interests me, and that I think will interest you.

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26 episodes

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Content provided by James Cary. All podcast content including episodes, graphics, and podcast descriptions are uploaded and provided directly by James Cary or their podcast platform partner. If you believe someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission, you can follow the process outlined here https://player.fm/legal.

It’s a podcast. But it’s also an audiobook. No prizes for guessing which book I’ll be reading from. That would be the Gospel According to a Sitcom Writer written and read by me, James Cary. I’m a sitcom writer for the BBC, with a hand in Miranda, Bluestone 42, Thanks A Lot, Milton Jones, Hut 33, My Hero, My Family, Citizen Khan. You get the idea. Half hour comedy is my bag. I’m a sitcom guy.

But I’m also a Christian, an Anglican, a stand-up theologian and the author of The Sacred Art of Joking, a look at how religion and comedy intersect published by SPCK. You can get that on Amazon, and the audio version on Audible.

But you can’t get The Gospel According to a Sitcom Writer, a book that also deals with religion and comedy. And is quite funny, if I do say so myself. I own the audio rights to that book, or least, no-one bought them. So why not? Here it is. A new chapter each week, and maybe some other related content over the coming weeks and months and possibly years, stuff that interests me, and that I think will interest you.

  continue reading

26 episodes

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