Series 1, Episode 3 - Glasgow To Ayr
The comedian explores Glasgow, calling in at a martial arts club in the east end and exploring the ruins of Crookston Castle.
Frankie's home city is no stranger to riots and protest and he meets one high-profile campaigner who became famous as one of the "Glasgow Girls". On the journey to his stand-up show at the Gaiety Theatre in Ayr, Frankie pops into the town of Troon to meet some members of one of the most famous showmen families in Scotland.
Upon reaching Ayr, he catches up with fellow performer Elaine C Smith to discuss performing onstage and their different styles of comedy.
- Friday 21st February 2020
- BBC Two
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|Frankie Boyle||Host / Presenter|
|Elaine C. Smith||Self|
|Steven Dick||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Charlie Skelton||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Aiden Spackman||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Graeme Hart||Series Director|
|Graeme Hart||Series Producer|
|Mick McAvoy||Executive Producer|
|Nicky Waltham||Executive Producer|
|Hamish Fergusson||Executive Producer|
Frankie travels from his home town of Glasgow to the seaside town of Ayr. He drops in on his old martial arts club for a training session with Tommy Carruthers, "the man who turned being Glaswegian into a martial art", and meets former "Glasgow Girl" campaigner Amal Azzudin.Ali Catterall, The Guardian, 21st February 2020