Award winning comedy writers Joel Morris and Jason Hazeley sit down to talk about the comedy loved by people who work in comedy. The critically acclaimed show has featured John Finnemore, Charlie Brooker, Cariad Lloyd, Dara O'Briain, Eddie Izzard, Aisling Bea, Sue Perkins and many others.
'Enchanting... a frequently revelatory and celebratory treat' Big Issue
'Podcast heaven' Radio Times
50 BEST PODCASTS Guardian
TOP 100 PODCASTS Mail on Sunday
An addictive and hilarious podcast sitcom by Dan Skinner (Angelos Epithemiou) and Harry Peacock (Toast of London). Brian and Roger met at a divorced men's support group. Only one of them is very nice. A story of horrible friendship told in voicemail messages.
'Britain's funniest podcast'
Hosted by John Rain, Smersh Pod is the celebrated James Bond podcast for those who love, hate, or just aren't arsed by the films. With guests including Adam Buxton, Al Murray and Samira Ahmed. Smershpod is the best, and funniest action film podcast around, inspiring the best-selling spin-off Thunderbook.
'An excellent source of jokes and fun'
Miranda Sawyer, Observer
Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Jayde Adams and Dave Cribb take their acclaimed hit stage show - where top comedians perform songs from musicals - and drag it indoors, in front of microphones, and then pour the results into your ears. Jazz hands, everyone, big, big energy...
All of television history is contained within the Box of Delights. TV journalist Julia Raeside invites guests to pick a favourite television moment to share in delightful, addictive nuggets of pure nostalgia.
TOP 20 PODCASTS Radio Times
Times 'Podcast of the Week'
Broadcaster and radio god Jon Holmes presents this hilarious podcast analysing the BBC's flagship The One Show - the one TV show that really doesn't deserve this type of analysis.
'Really Funny' The Big Issue
'A delight' Spotlist
'A joy' Popbitch
Angelos Epithemiou and Barry from Watford are back in their all-new podcast – and awful news, they're almost exactly the same as before.
Winner of the Comedy Bronze at the BRITISH PODCAST AWARDS 2019
Made with our friends at Radio Stakhanov, Pete Donaldson and Marc Haynes take an eye-opening trip through 35 years of Wrestlemania. A hit with both grapple fans and non-fans alike, it's fast approaching two million downloads.
An all-ages podcast where Andy Stanton (author of the Mr Gum books) and Carrie Quinlan (of Radio 4) answer questions set to them by children. Very badly.
Picked as one of the
BEST PODCASTS FOR CHILDREN
by The Huffington Post.
Tom Price and Samantha Baines take a deep dive though the Amazon histories of their comedian guests.
What did they buy and what the hell were they thinking?
In a world dominated by social media, how does it feel to be on the sharp end? Tracy Ann Oberman's famous guests will tell you.
Features unflinching and often funny conversations about life online with David Baddiel, Gary Lineker, Rachel Riley, Danny Baker, Deborah Meaden and many more.
Sitcom from Anna Crilly (Anna & Katy, Lead Balloon) and Tony Gardner (Bluestone 42, Fresh Meat, Last Tango In Halifax). A vain actor struggles to get help or sympathy from his agent's assistant's assistant as his career goes increasingly in a direction he never anticipated.
'A lovely thing. Wonderfully funny, pitched perfectly, produced with a light touch.'
Actor, singer, welder (got to have a backup) Anna Mann talks frankly to those brave, brave, fearless, brave creatures, the actors, about their process and above all their bravery. The hit comic character from Colin Hoult has all the savage, hysterical energy of Dame Edna or Mrs Merton at their best.
Jack Beaumont talks to people about their life of crime. It's less about murder and more about falling over a fence while running away because you've set fire to a phone box. This redefines the true crime podcast.
Bestselling author Beth Morrey talks to funny women about their experiences of childbirth. Hilarious no-holds-barred stories of the magical process of pushing a baby out your bits. Breathe. Just breathe.
The One With The Guest Who Picks Their Favourite Episode. Grab a coffee in a massive china cup, settle down in your huge loft apartment and let Dave Cribb and Pete Allison guide you through the greatest sitcom of the 1990s.
Forget those episode by episode dissections of Game of Thrones. In Always There, TV journalist Julia Raeside chooses to navigate through every episode of the 1980s seafaring soap opera Howards' Way, in order, with a special guest joining her each time., whether they have heard of the programme or not. Ahoy!
Comedy writer Sarah Morgan invites her favourite funny guests to bring in and unpack three things that give 'em the fear - a scary scene from film or TV, a childhood terror, and a fear or phobia they live with now.
John Rain, Eleanor Morton and David Reed introduce the world's most perplexing mysteries - and then solve them once and for all.
Tilly Steele (Victoria) and Helen Monks (Upstart Crow) put the world to rights, with tea.
As our lives become ever more stressful, noisy and confusing, Prem Rawat explores the essentials of leading a happy life, with insight, wit and wisdom. With over 50 years of experience addressing the heart, Prem answers some of life’s tricky questions alongside much-loved comedians including June Sarpong, Tom Price and Sara Powell.
With our colleagues at Rubber Chicken, we executive produced a number of episodes of the smash hit TV show spinoff (and perennial podcast chart topper) for ITV.
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