RHLSTP is an award-winning series in which Richard Herring chats with some of the biggest names in comedy. Stephen Fry, Steve Coogan, Russell Brand, Sarah Millican, David Mitchell are amongst the many comedy stars to have been interviewed across the 100+ episodes.
Published: 20th July 2016. Length: 83 mins. Size: 114mb
RHLSTP #106: Away or Towards? -
David Cross. A weary Richard films the audience as evidence of dissent for the future fascist government of the UK, before introducing a man who comes with his own magical minor ticker tape parade, David Cross. Starstruck and clearly in disbelieving awe, Rich flounders around and mainly embarrasses himself, but luckily Mr Cross is able to come up with some amazing riffed comedy about frozen vegetables, Abraham and taking cocaine near President Obama, whilst getting a bit more serious about Donald Trump, the responsibilities of fatherhood, why Richard should probably not take hard drugs, the benefits of the middle-aged sketch show and David's part in the creation of Kickstarter. Richard hoped that he would so impress David that they would become good friends and could appear in Doctor Dolittle 3 together as method-acted monkeys, but I think it's safe to say that that will not happen. Cross put away an impressive amount of bitter during this podcast and still remains focused and coherent, but clearly needed the toilet near the end, which turns into a battle of the obstinately pedantic 1990s underrated sketch show stars.
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13th July 2016. 85 minutes.
RHLSTP #105: Sushi Aquarium -
Marcus Brigstocke. In the face of horrible world events and future uncertainty for the UK, Richard recounts how his wife distracted him from the horror...
6th July 2016. 91 minutes.
RHLSTP #104: Things To Do In Willesden When You're Alive -
Doc Brown aka Ben Bailey Smith. Rich interviews a member of his audience and it's going so well he...
29th June 2016. 75 minutes.
RHLSTP #103: How Many Hours Do Women Need? -
Lauren Laverne. Rich has been on an after hours visit to Westminster Abbey and is now obsessed with being interred in...
22nd June 2016. 78 minutes.
RHLSTP #102: tonylawexhausts.co.uk -
Tony Law. Richard finds a bona fide cool kid in the audience and inexpertly attempts to mock him (you'd think he'd be better at comedy after...
15th June 2016. 79 minutes.
RHLSTP #101: Weeing Next to a Monkee:
Iain Lee. Richard is back (in his weightier incarnation) and has forgotten how to do this, but is excited about the possibilities of...
17th February 2016. 83 minutes.
RHLSTP #100: Richard Bacon - A Series of Apologies. It's the 100th
Leicester Square Theatre Podcast and the last in this series, so we've flown a special guest in all...
10th February 2016. 67 minutes.
RHLSTP #99: Cariad Lloyd - I Fucked Jane Austen's Corpse. Richard is exhausted again because of his stupid, idiot daughter, but at least she's given him the excuse to finally...
4th February 2016. 76 minutes.
RHLSTP #98: Ray Peacock - You Won't Tell Us If You're Married or Not! Richard proposes his new sinister and upsetting edit of the 1970s film Adventures Of A Taxi...
28th January 2016. 70 minutes.
Aisling Bea - Minstrels. Richard is worried about the psychological impact of Winnie the Pooh's skull being on display in a museum, but overcomes his fears long enough...
20th January 2016. 70 minutes.
RHLSTP #96: Scroobius Pip - Nuking The Moon. Richard chats with the audience in his usual unpleasant manner, before introducing stuttering rapper and apron salesman,
Scroobius Pip. They discuss the...
13th January 2016. 70 minutes.
Hal Cruttenden - Sexomnia. Richard has noticed a new development in police technology and is annoyed that there is no shop for British sweets on Leicester Square. His...
6th January 2016. 74 minutes.
RHLSTP #94: David Mitchell - Bumming C3PO. Richard talks briefly to a semi-retired postman and considers bumping his guest to chat with him more, but instead introduces perhaps the perfect...
31st December 2015. 68 minutes.
RHLSTP #93: John Robins -
Noel Edmonds' Toilet and Johnny Vaughan's Shower. Richard is reeling over the news that pregnant women are giving public blow-jobs in the Westfield (surely this...
23rd December 2015. 68 minutes.
Jack Whitehall - Moving the Trees. Richard successfully guesses the job of a bearded man in the audience before introducing the luckiest man on planet earth, who knows...
16th December 2015. 78 minutes.
RHLSTP #91: Phill Jupitus - (Never Mind) (The) (Buzzcocks). Richard has written his first joke of 2015 and can't wait to share it with the underwhelmed audience, but luckily he...
10th December 2015. 73 minutes.
Eddie Izzard - Magic Ian's Nephew. Richard is unnecessarily unpleasant to someone in the audience (what's new?) before quickly bringing on a man with a drive that burgeons...
2nd December 2015. 73 minutes.
Sarah Kendall - You Can Not Be Serious! Richard is amazed how a joke on Twitter now pretty much always gets taken at face value by someone, even...
25th November 2015. 77 minutes.
John Finnemore - Peeps at Syria. Richard is stupidly hungover after a rare night out at a top showbiz party and wonders what you buy the man who...
18th November 2015. 63 minutes.
Luisa Omielan - The Former Queen of Angola. Richard chats to a man in the audience who is unexpectedly in IT before introducing 'overnight' success and internet sensation...
12th November 2015. 81 minutes.
Robert Popper - Beef Scarecrows. Richard is somewhat affronted to have been compared to Marmite by the box office at the Leicester Square Theatre, but never mind as...