RHLSTP #148: Robert Webb - The Ideal Age To Die. Richard is still prickling with mortification after an encounter with Michael Portillo, as if turning 50 and moving house wasn't enough, but he has still found time to read his guest's fantastic new book How Not To Grow Up, I mean How Not To Be a Boy, Robert Webb. They chat about their mutual inability to draw 8s; and hours (and relationships) lost to Civilisation II; the way tragedy (or not) can shape a comedian; where you would seek release if you were the only person left in the world; the tricky balancing act of making sure the right people are at your funeral; how we will view ourselves in 10 years time; and what our wives might think of us now. Plus imaginary friends, falling down stairs and going to school with Bros. It's literally got everything.
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Published: 5th October 2017. Length: 71 minutes. Size: 132mb
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