I said we'd get a guest on soon, and we finally have. Simon Lomas and I had a chat backstage at Hot Water Comedy Club, where I gave my thoughts on the recent Danny Baker incident, and he didn't say anything for fear of being controversial.
Happy Bank Holiday! This one's a shorter episode than normal but features bank holiday ramblings about Kim Kardashian as a lawyer and the Caster Semenya controversy.
Busy week! Diane Abbott's drinking an M&S mojito on the train, plastic straws are making everyone kick off, and kids are skipping school to pretend to care about climate change.
This week I talk at great length about a new clothes maiden I've bought. That's how dull my week has been. Listen at your peril.
Another week. Another podcast. I've got a new phone and I've been on a speed awareness course and there was a fight at my show last night. Just going to process all that.
After an unplanned break last week, we're back with more inane stupid ramblings that nobody in their right mind would ever want to listen to. No guests again this week so it's just a catch up of everything I've been up to.
This podcast is a day late because I've had an incredibly busy week. It also has no guests other than myself for the aforementioned reason. It's basically a 40 minute ramble about London, people getting offended, flat pack furniture and diets. Podcast GOLD.
Recorded live from the premises of the newest comedy club in the world, The Comedy Station in Blackpool. The venue isn't even open for business yet and is still under renovation. In fact you can hear drilling equipment and circular saws in the background as we chat with the new owner, Ryan Gleeson.