Wednesday 5th November 2014
For the 75th Circuit Training, our first return visitor, and a suitably epic chat with Mark Thomas. He's on often eyebrow-raising form, about arms sales, corporate spying, conspiracy theories, ISIS, Labour, and, er, clitoral stroking. But is it still comedy?
Tuesday 19th August 2014
He's probably better known for his hugely popular podcast than his performing (for the moment) - so what's Stuart Goldsmith's own masterplan? Why does he turn down 'shiny floor' roles? And which TV job was 'stressful, unpleasant and phenomenally frustrating?'
Thursday 24th July 2014
Freestyle hip-hop duo Abandoman are just about the most roof-raising, impossible-to-follow stand-up act you've ever seen. But are they caught between stools? Or other, more sinister furniture? (Warning, may contain geeky music references)
Thursday 17th April 2014
A snapped heel, torn cruciate and broken relationship - the last year has been memorable for Marcus Brigstocke, to say the least. He talks about crowd-pleasing injuries, tabloid infamy, meeting Amy Childs, not meeting Maria Miller, his forthcoming political campaign and ongoing Daily Show dream.
Friday 20th December 2013
After a traumatic two year indoctrination, Jarlath Regan has finally taken to London life and just won an iTunes award for his popular new podcast, featuring the likes of Dylan Moran and, er, Tony Cascarino. But can he still sell the Christmas cards?
Wednesday 29th May 2013
A circuit legend, Andre Vincent also helped launch much modern TV satire (but not the 'abysmal' 10 O'Clock Live, he'd hasten to add), before an abortive Robbie Williams experience put him right off. And what happened to his bits on Stewart Lee's recent show?