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Episode 176 - The Comedians' Comedian Comedian Speaks: 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...


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TV & Radio: Catch-Up

The Scotts

Series 1, Episode 5: Vincent and Vonny prepare to reaffirm their marriage vows in characteristic over-the-top style. Vonny's dress looks gorgeous. Vincent's emerging from an ornamental swan.

Guide     BBC iPlayer

The Emily Atack Show

Series 2, Episode 1: Emily Atack returns for a second series and in the opening episode reflects on holiday dilemmas, from packing to snogging, the deep horror of destination weddings, and camping.

Guide     ITV Hub

Late Night Mash

Series 1, Episode 6: Rosie Jones returns to the show to discuss diversity on screen. The show also comments on space exploration, Nish gives his take on the Conservative Party Conference, and a business leader sets out his offer to employees.

Guide     UKTV Play

Comedy Legends

Series 4, Episode 10: Barry Cryer pays tribute to actor and comedian Tim Allen, who rose to fame in US sitcom Home Improvement and provides the voice of Buzz Lightyear in the Toy Story films.


Joe Lycett's Got Your Back

Series 3, Episode 8: Jo Brand joins Joe as he goes on a mission to make Britain's beaches more eco-friendly by banning cheap polystyrene bodyboards. Plus, comedian Joanne McNally investigates diet fads and the team explores online shopping fraud loopholes. As usual, tech specialist Mark Silcox offers support to the host's quests.

Guide     All 4

The Attendant

Series 1, Episode 1: Alex is desperate to find someone to share his life with, but too scared to do anything about it. A film obsessive, he works the night shift at an isolated petrol station on the outskirts of a two-bit town. Awkward, and with no real friends to speak of, he confides in his only 'colleague' - a smiley-faced vacuum cleaner named Keith, whose voice only Alex can hear.

Guide     BBC Sounds