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RHLSTP with Richard Herring

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RHLSTP with Richard Herring

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RHLSTP is an award-winning series in which comedian Richard Herring ("The Podfather" - The Guardian) chats with some of the biggest names in comedy and entertainment. Stephen Fry, Eddie Izzard, Dawn French, David Mitchell, Katherine Ryan and Brian Blessed are amongst the many stars to have been interviewed across the 200+ episodes..
 
Pappy’s Flatshare is the home of all of Pappy’s podcast ventures with a brand new episode appearing every week. There’s their award winning live panel gameshow Flatshare Slamdown in which they play silly games with famous names from the world of comedy (previous guests include Romesh Ranganathan, Aisling Bea, Nish Kumar, Sara Pascoe, Josh Widdicombe, Bridget Christie, James Acaster, Kerry Godliman and many more). There’s Beef Brothers: Cold Cuts in which Pappy’s solve you the listeners’ flat ...
 
The Things We Do For Love is a podcast all about the things we do for love. Isy Suttie speaks with a guest from the world of stand-up comedy, acting or writing, delving into her own and their romantic past to explore the lengths we go to under the influence of love. Produced by Ben Walker for Fuzz Productions Theme music by Charlie Jefferson Photo by Dave Bruce https://linktr.ee/ttwdfl See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
What‘s so weird and wonderful about Finland? British writer and Helsinki resident Joel Willans, the creator of Very Finnish Problems, and best-selling author of 101 Very Finnish Problems: The Foreigner’s Guide to Surviving in Finland and More Very Finnish Problems: The even more essential guide, discusses, with a variety of fascinating guests, life in his much-loved, adopted country. Contact: veryfinnishproblems@inktank.fi Produced by Thomas Nybergh / Ink Tank Media
 
In this topical, rambling podcast series, Andrew Collins and Richard Herring attempt to recreate the golden days of Andrew's old radio programme where they used to talk about what's in the newspapers, except now they're not at the BBC but at Richard's dining table using an in-built mic on his laptop. Do they recapture that unforced magic? Only you can decide.
 
A gut-busting glass of Scottish humour in Glasgow Scotland, in the official comedy podcast blog of the Top Ten Glasgow Guide, featuring the tragicomic collective voice of Scott Docherty and Alan Macdonald.
 
When an American student vanishes into thin air, no one seems to notice, or even care. Is she on the run? Has she been kidnapped? Or is something more sinister, even paranormal, at play? Ignored by the police, shrugged off by neighbours, it falls to one man, a friend she knew online, to track her down. "There's lots to really love in these!" - Editor, British Comedy Guide Simeon Courtie and Hal Stewart won a New York Festival Radio Award for their comedy, much of which is at soundcloud.com/s ...
 
NOTE: The MP3 files used by this podcast appear to be missing. They may have been removed permanently from their source location. Mark Steel's in Town is a stand-up comedy show on BBC Radio 4, co-written and performed by Mark Steel. The series, which was first broadcast on 18 March 2009, is recorded in various towns and cities in the United Kingdom and occasionally elsewhere. Each episode is tailored to the town in which it is recorded, and the show is performed in front of a local audience. ...
 
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Episode 47 - Dragon Boneman Versus Fluffy Rabbit - A surprise guest leads to an impromptu promo for Twitch of Fun and I think you will all be able to tell who the funny one is in the family. It's a very weary Twitch of Fun tonight, that nearly didn't happen, but Richard couldn't bear to think of all those excited grown adults celebrating their birt…
 
A surprise guest leads to an impromptu promo for Twitch Of Fun and I think you will all be able to tell who the funny one is in the family. It's a very weary Twitch Of Fun tonight, that nearly didn't happen, but Richard couldn't bear to think of all those excited grown adults celebrating their birthdays not getting their donkey kicks. We're asked t…
 
Chapter 109 - Path of Conkerf. It's just before 5pm on 14th October 2021 and it's a fine autumn night to visit a freshly ploughed field to clear easy stones that a child could clear. But what should you do when presented with such easy stony booty? You should take care my friends. For the FF are lulling you and Halloween is just around the corner.M…
 
Chapter 109 - Path of Conkerf. It's just before 5pm on 14th October 2021 and it's a fine autumn night to visit a freshly ploughed field to clear easy stones that a child could clear. But what should you do when presented with such easy stony booty? You should take care my friends. For the FF are lulling you and Halloween is just around the corner.…
 
#24 Sean Bean's Pound Shop Subterfuge - Richard proves he is down with the cool kids by chatting to his teenage fans about skateboards and exams before introducing a man who is at home driving a Bronto-crane as he is befriending a talking snowman as he is having a friend who travels through time and gets off with Samantha Mumba whilst he waits arou…
 
Peter Stanford returns to the podcast this week to talk about his new book, If These Stones Could Talk: The history of Christianity in Britain and Ireland through Twenty Buildings (Hodder & Stoughton).It’s available to buy from the Church Times Bookshop for the special price of £16.A press release from Hodder says of the book: “In exploring the sto…
 
Frame 118 - 118 118 - It's back. After almost 11 months, the classic self-playing snooker contest picks up again - no stupid accents, no knock outs, no bullspit. But who will prove superior tonight Me 1 or Me 2. There's controversy from the off, but from then on just pure excitement and amazing break after amazing break. Sometimes there are snooker…
 
Frame 118 - 118 118 - It's back. After almost 11 months, the classic self-playing snooker contest picks up again - no stupid accents, no knock outs, no bullspit. But who will prove superior tonight Me 1 or Me 2. There's controversy from the off, but from then on just pure excitement and amazing break after amazing break. Sometimes there are snooker…
 
#349 timkey - Richard’s son is a chip off the old block, though Richard is upset that Lego has introduced things that are chips instead of blocks. His guest is University fraud Tim Key. The pair compare garments before Richard suggests a radical rebrand for the actor/comedian, teases out the story of how Tim got into the Cambridge Footlights, and h…
 
In Young Howard's sci-fi adventure movie script, the world is running out of power. One company says they have a clean, renewable solution - but Penny, an investigative journalist who will stop at nothing to get the truth, suspects they are hiding something sinister...More episodes:https://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/worst_writer/Join the gang:https:…
 
Richard has discovered where he stands in the Twitch firmament of stars and it's not great news. Perhaps he is too tired to perform today, but Ally comes to the rescue with a song, a merry quip and a disgusting thing he'd like to do to your mum. What does Right Bollock have in common with Boris Johnson? Who endorses the malaria vaccine? Is a dog th…
 
Richard has discovered where he stands in the Twitch firmament of stars and it's not great news. Perhaps he is too tired to perform today, but Ally comes to the rescue with a song, a merry quip and a disgusting thing he'd like to do to your mum. What does Right Bollock have in common with Boris Johnson? Who endorses the malaria vaccine? Is a dog th…
 
#23 Suck Each Other Off A Bit - Richard reveals the hypocrisy of his parenting techniques and reminisces about the death of Lady Di. His first guest is Edinburgh Comedy Prize nominee Ahir Shah - they chat about Brexit, how looking into the sun proves your strength and wisdom and the older generations disregard for metaphorical ladders. His second g…
 
On the podcast this week, Ed Thornton talks to Andrew Graystone about his book Bleeding for Jesus: John Smyth and the cult of Iwerne camps (DLT (Books, 1 October).The book is available to buy from the Church Times Bookshop for £11.69.“I've drawn on a very wide range of sources to produce really quite a detailed account of what has happened,” Andrew…
 
Stuart Goldsmith is a great stand-up and host of the superb long-running podcast examining what makes people funny. Great advice for freeing yourself up, going to Edinburgh "every show this year was a work in progress". And a searingly honest examination of his own favourite question "why aren't I more successful?"More episodes:https://www.comedy.c…
 
#348 Vice Versa - Richard has seen a middle aged man score a major triumph over two trainee baristas over the absence of a plate. His guest this week also expects crockery in coffee shops, it’s David Mitchell. They discuss the cruel and ever speeding passage of time, how to revolutionise body swap comedies, obituary photos, how David turned out to …
 
Chapter 108 Quick Fand - It's approaching 6pm on 2nd October and most of you are heading for a night out on the town, but Richard is heading for a night on the Stocean wave to clear some stones in the rain. He will be warning of how you can get sucked off out here on a night like tonight, plus how improper wiping can give you fingers like an ardent…
 
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