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Adrian Lacey & Shane O'Connor have more than 30 years of TV and Radio broadcasting experience in the UK. They get together every week to discuss a chosen comedy show, their love of comedy and to share their experiences of the programmes they have worked on and the people they have met and interviewed. Join them on Apple Podcasts, Spreaker, Stitcher, iHeart Radio and Youtube. Subscribe for a new episode each Monday. We're @ComedySlab on Twitter
 
Formerly one of Britain's most successful audio comedy podcasts,'Traces Of Nuts' has been relaunched online to coincide with the return of the live show to the stage. 'Like a nut allergist chomping on a Snickers bar, the Traces Of Nuts comedy troupe are likely to result in piggy-eyed and pink-cheeked convulsions' - NOTTINGHAM EVENING POST Check out www.tracesofnutscomedy.co.uk
 
Partly Political Broadcast is a weekly comedy podcast dissecting the previous week's political news. Every show has in-depth looks at issues, interviews with people who know things and top level satirical commentary from comedian Tiernan Douieb who really doesn't understand politics all that much. One of The Observer's Top Ten Political Podcasts of 2018. ‘Very funny but fiercely political’ – Time Out www.partlypoliticalbroadcast.co.uk Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/partlypoliti ...
 
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Don't worry! The government has saved Christmas, you know in a Munchausen by proxy type way. But you'll be able to share your COVID with all your relatives on December 25th because it is the season for giving after all. Aside from those few days though, we're back to tiers, meanwhile Priti Patel has been causing tears, and Boris Johnson has new gre…
 
This week we review - The Break (Series 3 Episodes 1) The Break is set in the fictional Yorkshire coastal town of Flamford - the seaside town sanity forgot - and features retired resident, Jeff Whittaker and his estranged London-bred financial whizz-kid nephew, Andy Chambers, who has arrived unannounced and stressed-out in desperate need of peace a…
 
Dom's gone, Johnson's not allowed outside and everything is because of Lee Cain which you all knew because you all know who that is obviously. This week's podcast is on the government reset which won't work because you can't reset something that's inherently broken, a look at the Human Rights Select Committee's report into Black People, Racism and …
 
This week we review - Stella Street (Series 3 Episodes 1 & 2) From the minds of John Sessions, Phil Cornwell and "The Comic Strip Presents …." creator Peter Richardson, Stella Street showcases the incredible mimicry talents of Sessions and Cornwell. In Surbiton, Surrey, film stars Michael Caine, Jack Nicholson, Al Pacino and others share a street w…
 
As a special way of saying goodbye to Elena at the end of series six, we're instead saying hello to Vera Graziadei, who played her during her time on Peep Show. We discuss our thoughts on this great character and hear from Vera about her experience working on Peep Show.Be sure to follow Vera on social to find out more about her upcoming projects an…
 
The Trump has gone! Well sort of, I mean not really. There's still 11 more potentially terrifying weeks left of him as President. But America voted for Joe Biden, or at least a lot of them did. I mean 71m still voted Trump. But it's the first sort of win in ages for anyone who likes politicians who don't instantly seem like cartoon villains. And th…
 
This week we review - Rob Newman's Half-Full Philosophy Hour (The New Forest Festival of Stoic Philosophy) Rob Newman tackles some of the great philosophical arguments that trouble him such as what if the right side of history is the wrong side of nature and how do we break up big tech before big tech breaks us? In this episode, the award-winning c…
 
It is our absolute honour this week to bring you a very special episode, as this week we are joined by the one and only David Mitchell, also known as Mark Corrigan and one half of the legendary El Dude Brothers! After speaking to Robert Webb earlier this year, we've completed the famous duo as we chat to David about all things Mark, Peep Show, as w…
 
Some very quick thoughts on where things are with the US election right now. I am very tired and have eaten too many snacks. JOIN PENFOLD AND GET ME MONEY THANKS: www.getpenfold.com/refer/tiernan PLEASE HELP TIERNAN SURVIVE ALL OF THE COMEDY BEING CANCELLED: Donate to the Patreon at www.patreon.com/parpolbro Buy me a coffee at https://ko-fi.com/par…
 
I know I said I wasn't going to do an episode this week but I mean *points to everything* exactly. This is just a mini episode about the lockdown sequel, and some really, boring comedy lite looks at the EHRC report that absolutely no one will like listening to. Minisode 2 will follow after the US Election hell night. JOIN PENFOLD AND GET ME MONEY T…
 
This week we review - After Life (Series 1 Episode 1) Set in the small fictitious town of Tambury, the series follows Tony, a writer for the local newspaper whose life is upended after his wife dies from cancer. Tony had a perfect life. But following the death of his beloved wife Lisa to breast cancer, Tony changes. Having contemplated taking his o…
 
A sort of Halloween episode but only sort of, because really what's the point when nothing is as scary as the news anymore? Conservatives being super ghoulish in wanting children to go hungry, a possible four more years of Trump and the worst thing somehow being the word scum. Plus a chat with historian and write Evan Smith (@evanishistory) about i…
 
This week we review - Stand Up for Live Comedy (Series 1 Episode 3) Stand-up comedy is a vital part of our British culture, and this series aims to support grassroots comedy talent in light of the significant impact Covid-19 has had on the stand-up comedy industry. Stand Up For Live Comedy is filmed in six different cities across the UK in outdoor …
 
Everybody's having a COVID break except England. Why are we always the exception to the rule? Well Rishi Sunak says a national lockdown would inflict terrible harm, but he left out that that's because him, Johnson and their stupid government wouldn't want to help anyone very much through it. Oh and No Deal is back on the table, along with very litt…
 
This week we review - Spitting Image (Series 21 Episode 1) First broadcast in February 1984, the series was produced by 'Spitting Image Productions' for Central Independent Television over 18 series which aired on the ITV network. The series was nominated and won numerous awards, including ten BAFTA's and two Emmy's. One of the most watched shows o…
 
Get a better broadband deal with us at: https://www.broadband.co.uk/peep Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs We have reached the series six finale! Sophie is fit to burst with either Tarquin Oliver Nimrod, Mark Mark Corrigan III or Little Baby Bruce. No-one's quite sure which. We also discuss the parallels…
 
Which of the three tiers is your area in? Tiers Morgan? Tiers Brosnan? Dave Tiers? A whole new set of restrictions for the same old coronavirus that the government is trying its best to spend lots of money not tackling. Meanwhile in the US, Donald Trump is coronavirus personified, and Mike Pence appears to be dead. Plus some quick COVID stats and a…
 
This week we review - Alan Partridge From The Oasthouse (Episode 5) Alan Partridge is a familiar face (and voice!) to anyone who enjoys genuinely good television (and radio!), having been seen (and heard!) on shows that have delighted the eyes (and ears!) of viewers (and listeners!) for decades, including BBC teatime show This Time (and North Norfo…
 
Get a better broadband deal with us at: https://www.broadband.co.uk/peep Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs It's party time in Apollo House! There's gonna be some people from the music biz, film and new media. Some cool cats, crazy chicks and hopefully you! Join us as we discuss what may be the first hous…
 
Who knew Donald Trump would get COVID? Oh wait, yes everyone. It's amazing its taken so long. And now he's out and about causing actual election fever. Meanwhile the UK government can't use Microsoft Excel, the PM doesn't know what the Coronavirus restrictions are, Priti Patel is still horrible and thankfully no one could watch Michael Gove. A stan…
 
This week we review - Red Dwarf (Series 10 Episode 1) Following a catastrophic leak of radiation aboard mining space ship Red Dwarf, technician Dave Lister finds himself as the last living human. Having been held in a form of suspended animation known as stasis at the time of the leak he was shielded from its fatal effects whilst all of his colleag…
 
Get a better broadband deal with us at: https://www.broadband.co.uk/peep Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs This week, we discuss the revelation of Elena's long-term live-in lover, along with Jeremy's reaction as he now has to compete with Gail for her affections. Meanwhile, after screwing him over in the…
 
We all have to pull together to fight the virus, said the Prime Minister. It's just that you have to do all the pulling with no financial support or help from the government who are too busy imprisoning students, telling schools that kids can't learn about how awful they are and making Kent independent. Another standard week in British politics, me…
 
This week we review - Hitmen (Series 3 Episode 4) Paul Whitehouse is an experienced fisherman; Bob Mortimer is a complete novice. Their friendship stretches back for decades, but they've recently reconnected after both suffering very serious heart problems and each staring death in the face. Paul has suggested to Bob that he take up fishing to help…
 
Get a better broadband deal with us at: https://www.broadband.co.uk/peep Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs This week we're waking up in bed with Jeremy and Elena, and we discuss how Jez has fallen completely head over heels! We also take a look at Mark on the job hunt, and the infamous w*nk bullet.…
 
Its second wave time even though we all know sequels aren't as good as the originals. What happens with Wave 2? More Wave, more lockdown? Some electric boogaloo? No, mostly it'll probably be just more vague messaging and inaction from the government. Surprise! But actually all of it is your fault for wanting tests, for getting infected a month earl…
 
This week we review - Hitmen (Series 1 Episode 1) Hitmen is about two best friends trying to make their way in the world with only each other to rely on. They also just happen to kill people for a living. Having stumbled into a career in contract killing, misfits Fran and Jamie are not your typical killers for hire. Working out of their scruffy van…
 
Get a better broadband deal with us at: https://www.broadband.co.uk/peep Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs This week, it's time to find out who the winner is of father roulette! I mean... it's Mark's. We all know it's going to be Mark's, but let's tune in and discuss what happens anyway. We take a look a…
 
Yes its now British to break the law apparently, but also don't see more than 6 friends you'll get a criminal record. Which I think makes you a proper patriot. Or something. It's all very confusing but what we do know is that now its all the EU and Remainers fault that the Prime Minister doesn't like the Withdrawal Agreement he came up and said was…
 
This week we review - Detectorists (Series 3 Episode 1) Detectorists follows the relationship between two friends who share a passion for metal detecting. When Andy and Lance are together, they're like an old married couple. They gripe at each other, but there is a true bond underneath. Each has their own slightly dysfunctional lives but together t…
 
Get a better broadband deal with us at: https://www.broadband.co.uk/peep Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs We are back after a break for the start of series six, and best of all we are back recording in person! To start the new series, we're discussing Jeremy's new job as a JLB salesperson, how Mark's ne…
 
It's episode 200! Yes somehow this podcast has survived three prime ministers, Brexit, Trump and that time Michael Gove did a rap and we all felt sick. To celebrate the double centenary of the show this episode includes some guest shout outs, plus the usual gags on the new Withdrawal Agreement shenanigans, everyone being upset they couldn't buy a t…
 
This week we review - Staged (Series 1 Episode 1) David Tennant and Michael Sheen (playing themselves) were due to star in a production of Six Characters In Search Of An Author in the West End. The pandemic has put paid to that, but their director (Simon Evans - also playing himself) is determined not to let the opportunity pass him by. He knows ho…
 
The podcast returns from its summer break, and luckily absolutely nothing has happened over the past 5 weeks so I'm sure you haven't missed it. Yeah? Yeah? The Prime Minister has returned from his 7008th holiday this year to tell everyone else to go back to work or Dominic Raab's only source of food will disappear, meanwhile Gavin Williamson expres…
 
This week we review - Tom Wrigglesworth's Open Letters (Series 1 Episode 4) This series started life as a one-off recording of Tom Wrigglesworth's Edinburgh Comedy Award nominated stand-up routine about a rude and unhelpful train guard. After the success of this first show, Tom was commissioned to return to Radio 4 to regale his audience with more …
 
This week we review - Early Doors (Series 2 Episode 1) Gentle paced comedy series set in a small Manchester public house. Landlord Ken has been left by his wife (for his best friend), but lives with his adopted daughter Melanie and mother Jean. He is assisted at the bar by reliable Tanya. The regulars in the pub include lazy skiving husbands Joe an…
 
This week we review - Parks & Recreation (Series 3 Episode 1) Parks and Recreation is an American political satire sitcom television series created by Greg Daniels and Michael Schur. It stars Amy Poehler as Leslie Knope, a perky, mid-level bureaucrat in the Parks Department of Pawnee, a fictional town in Indiana. The ensemble and supporting cast fe…
 
Get a better broadband deal with us at: https://www.broadband.co.uk/peepHelp support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohsThis week we are joined by special guest Jim Campbell! Jim is a British comedian, host of the famous 'The Football Ramble' podcast and massive Peep Show fan. We talked about all things, Peep Show, foo…
 
This week we review - What We Do In The Shadows (Series 1 Episode 1) Set in Staten Island, What We Do in the Shadows follows the lives of three traditional vampires; Nandor, Laszlo, and Nadja; Colin Robinson, an energy vampire; and Guillermo, Nandor's familiar. The series revolves around the centuries-old vampires interacting with the modern world …
 
This week we review - Relativity (Series 3 Episode 2) Death, birth, falling in and out of love, resentment over forgotten slights and indestructible affection - it's all relative. Relativity is a witty and loving portrait of family life, with affectionate observation of inter generational misunderstanding, sibling sparring and the ties that bind, t…
 
Get a better broadband deal with us at: https://www.broadband.co.uk/peep Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs For another very special episode of the podcast, we are joined by writer, director, producer and all-round British comedy great, Robert Popper! Robert takes us through his experiences working as a p…
 
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