Beloved of her fans, and radiating a genuine adoration for people, Bec Hill fizzes with comic creativity. We talk about how she lost and refound her sense of play, and explore the relationship between her faith, her self-critical voice and her work. We also cover the difference between a nerd, a geek and a dork; and talk fringe shows, flipcharts and whether she peaked at Piaf...
(right click, select save link)
Published: 7th May 2019. Length: 76 minutes.
Next ComComPod episodes
Date: 13th May 2019 Length: 67 mins Size: mb
Six years after his first appearance, Josh returns for a textbook ComCom conversation about his creative development since then! We get even further into the minutiae of his writing and...
Date: 22nd May 2019 Length: 70 mins Size: mb
Burning amazingly brightly on the UK TV comedy scene a few years ago, Andi Osho seemed to have the world at her feet. But something was wrong; she became physically...
Date: 28th May 2019 Length: 80 mins Size: mb
In the hands of a lesser comic, Ahir Shah's ambitions towards political discourse might seem lofty, but this agile act has the punchlines to back them up. We explore how...
Date: 3rd June 2019 Length: 88 mins Size: mb
I said it and I'm sticking with it: Russell Hicks is a risk-taking ball of fire. Making a conscious choice to bet the house on every gig, he eschews material...
Date: 11th June 2019 Length: 72 mins Size: mb
A multi-media artist, fascinated with language, rhythm, and combining jokes with drawing, Markus Birdman also isn't above a dick joke. Aiming for 'high octane and no gaps', with routines composed...
The Comedian's Comedian Podcast with Stuart Goldsmith - All Episodes