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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 Facebook & 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
 
Manchester based improv troupe ImproQuo Home of the ImproQuo comedy improv podcast 'Bare Bones', where we take a single suggestion and improvise scenes and sketches - spontaneous and unscripted. First formed in Manchester UK, we are a varied collection of performing artists who’ve come together to bring the craft, skill and joys of improv to the wider population.
 
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#sponsored - get your first case of beer for FREE with Beer52, the world's #1 beer club at: beer52.com/peep Use promo code PEEP to get 20% OFF with FREE shipping at manscaped.com #ad Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs We're back for the final series of Peep Show! The el dude brothers have been apart for s…
 
This week we review - (Series 4 Episode 6) Blackadder Goes Forth is set in 1917 on the Western Front in the trenches of World War I. Captain Edmund Blackadder (Rowan Atkinson) is a professional soldier in the British Army who, until the outbreak of the Great War, has enjoyed a relatively danger-free existence fighting natives who were usually "two …
 
A brand new comedic quiz hosted by Richard Osman that poses one simple question - do you know how old people are? Part quiz show, part panel show, and sometimes part chat show - The Birthday Cake Game is always play-along and full of entertaining guesses, with some surprising take home facts.The trio joining Richard this week, battling to prove the…
 
This week we review - Hobby Bobbies (Series 1 Episode 1) Hobby Bobbies is a sitcom about community policing from the team behind The Music Teacher, Dave Against The Machine and 15 Minute Musicals. Nigel is probably Britain’s longest serving Community Police Support Officer, and Geoff is probably the laziest. They make quite a team. Written by the a…
 
This week we review - Limmy's Home Made Show (Episode 3) Limmy returns with a new helping of his distinctive brand of comedy and this time he has gone completely solo. Self-shot in his home and out and about in locations around his native Glasgow. Punctuated by techno versions of familiar ditties, Limmy's Homemade Show features scenes and musings w…
 
Stand-up comedian Darren Harriott examines why he's in his thirties and has never been in love, and the perils of modern dating.Having previously examined gangs, family and being a bouncer, Darren realised that he is in his early thirties and he's never been in love. But why can that be? Is it him, or is there more to it?In this episode, Darren loo…
 
#sponsored - get your first case of beer for FREE with Beer52, the world's #1 beer club at: beer52.com/peep Use promo code PEEP to get 20% OFF with FREE shipping at manscaped.com #ad Find our Patreon (with exclusive episodes) here: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs Before we roll into our final series, we're joined by friend of the show Doug …
 
This week we review - We Are Lady Parts (Series 1 Episode 1) Sitcom following a Muslim punk band. We Are Lady Parts is written, created and directed by Nida Manzoor, who has drawn on her own experiences and taken inspiration from the rich and diverse cultural collectives and artists in London; and boasts an exciting ensemble cast of new British act…
 
This week we review - Alun Chochrane: Centrist Dad? Despite their bad reputation, Alun Cochrane is fine with being a "Centrist Dad". Join Alun for this recording of his stand-up special for Radio 4 in which he examines the state of political discourse in Britain and tries to find his place on the ever-evolving UK left-right political spectrum. Alun…
 
This week we review - Max & Paddy's Road To Nowhere (Series 1 Episode 1) Comedy spin-off from Peter Kay's award-winning Phoenix Nights series. The stars are doormen Max and Paddy who take to the open road in their prized motor home and wreak havoc across the country. Living in such a confined space proves more difficult than they first thought and,…
 
#sponsored - get your first case of beer for FREE with Beer52, the world's #1 beer club at: beer52.com/peep Use promo code PEEP to get 20% OFF with FREE shipping at manscaped.com #ad Find our Patreon (with new exclusive episodes) here: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs This week we're joined for our first ever double cast interview, as we're …
 
This week we review - The Shuttleworths (Series 4 Episodes 1&2) Radio sitcom in which all parts are voiced by comedian Graham Fellows. John Shuttleworth, Sheffield's favourite singer-songwriter, takes to the airwaves with his electronic keyboard, wife Mary, and next door neighbour (and sole agent) Ken Worthington in tow. The fifteen minute episode …
 
Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs This week, while we're still on our break, we just wanted to highlight our guest appearance on another podcast: Tea-V Time! Rob and I were invited onto the show to discuss Peep Show, alongside a third guests: Lou Thomas. To listen to the show, please use one of the links…
 
#sponsored - get your first case of beer for FREE with Beer52, the world's #1 beer club at: beer52.com/peep Use promo code PEEP to get 20% OFF with FREE shipping at manscaped.com #ad Find our Patreon (with new exclusive episodes) here: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs We're back for the first of our mid-break specials, and this week we're jo…
 
This week we review - All New Fonejacker (Episodes 7 & 8) Fonejacker is a British comedy programme broadcast on Channel 4's E4 featuring a series of prank calls involving a number of different characters performed by British Iranian television actor Kayvan Novak. In 2005 Kayvan Novak and Ed Tracy created, wrote and directed Fonejacker, a prank call…
 
This week we review - Harry Hill's World Of TV (Series 1 Episode 4) Whether this is one of those programmes that defies description, doesn’t inspire people to write more than the title or just so obviously "does what it says on the tin", the most that we could find written in explanation about Harry Hill's world Of TV was "Harry Hill takes the lid …
 
This week we review - Going Straight (Episode 5) After four-odd years inside, Norman Stanley Fletcher has made parole. Aided and encouraged by his daughter Ingrid, her boyfriend - Fletch's old cell mate - Lennie Godber, and his teenage son Raymond, Fletch is determined to make it on the straight and narrow. It's not destined to be easy though. From…
 
This week we review - Simon Bird: Debrief Simon Bird, star of Friday Night Dinner and The Inbetweeners, makes his stand-up special debut. Recorded during lockdown in an empty theatre, he tackles the UK's response to the coronavirus pandemic. Simon, undeterred (or emboldened?) by empty seats and eerie silence, reckons with topics such as nationalism…
 
This week we review - Bellamy's People (Episode 7) Award winning journalist Gary Bellamy (Rhys Thomas), host of Radio 4's 'groundbreaking' phone-in programme Down the Line, transfers to TV to present the tortuously-titled factual entertainment show "Bellamy's People (of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)". Bellamy abandons th…
 
A Post-Brexit Britain is free to pass any legislation it chooses - but how should we take the country forward? Move to a pony-based economy? Outlaw Morris Dancing? Free fish and chips on Sundays? Each episode pits three 'party leaders' against each other, debating the main manifesto promises which they would make law, should they become the next Pr…
 
This week we review - Fawlty Towers (Series 1 Episode 1) Fawlty Towers, a 22-room hotel located in Torquay, the centre of the 'English Riviera', is a den of mishap and disaster. Basil Fawlty, owner and manager of the hotel, is a man of infinite capability in impoliteness, caustic intolerance and general rudeness toward the guests he views as an unw…
 
#sponsored - get your first case of beer for FREE with Beer52, the world's #1 beer club at: beer52.com/peep Use promo code PEEP to get 20% OFF with FREE shipping at manscaped.com #ad Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs It's series finale time, and what better way to save the crumbling relationship between …
 
This week we review - The League Of Gentlemen (Series 1 Episode 5) The League of Gentlemen is a surreal British sitcom that premiered on BBC Two in 1999. The programme is set in Royston Vasey, a fictional town in northern England, originally based on Alston, Cumbria and follows the lives of bizarre characters, most of whom are played by three of th…
 
#sponsored - get your first case of beer for FREE with Beer52, the world's #1 beer club at: beer52.com/peep Use promo code PEEP to get 20% OFF with FREE shipping at manscaped.com #ad Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs This week, we see the birth of a dictator, as Chairman Mark rises to power, in an attemp…
 
#sponsored - get your first case of beer for FREE with Beer52, the world's #1 beer club at: beer52.com/peep Use promo code PEEP to get 20% OFF with FREE shipping at manscaped.com #ad Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs This week, we welcome back our favourite handyman, Big Mad Andy! It's been a long awaite…
 
This week we review - Frank Of Ireland (Series 1 Episode 1) Frank Marron is a 32-year-old catastrophe. A misanthropic, narcissistic, fantasist in arrested development who thinks the world owes him something. Frank lives in Dublin with his mother Mary, he's single and his pocket money hasn't increased in a decade or more. Frank is a musician but he …
 
NAMI interview Nottingham based performer Kiran Marwaha, formerly of MissImp: Improv Comedy Nottingham! We discuss how Kiran discovered improv at a psychology course and her passion of using improv to connect emotionally with characters and other players. There is some discussion involving mental health issues such as anxiety in this episode, so pl…
 
#sponsored - get your first case of beer for FREE with Beer52, the world's #1 beer club at: beer52.com/peep Use promo code PEEP to get 20% OFF with FREE shipping at manscaped.com #ad Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs It's a declaration of war in this week's episode, as new love rival Simon has invited th…
 
This week we review - Athena's Cancel Culture (Series 1 Episodes 1&2) Over the last few years, if a celebrity has ever said or done anything remotely controversial, then they've probably been cancelled. Largely performed through social media, some describe it as necessary evil to help democratise the internet and reflect the expectancy of an artist…
 
#sponsored - get your first case of beer for FREE with Beer52, the world's #1 beer club at: beer52.com/peep Use promo code PEEP to get 20% OFF with FREE shipping at manscaped.com #ad Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs Dreams crumble to dust. This week, we take a look at the conclusion of an eight series j…
 
This week we review - Radio Active (Series 4 Episode 4) Radio Active is "Britain's first national local radio station". With presenters including Mike Stand, Mike Channel, Anna Dapter and Mike Flex, the station broadcast music from acts such as The Hee Bee Gee Bees, as well as its own original programming with shows like Round Your Parts, Gigantaqu…
 
#sponsored - get your first case of beer for FREE with Beer52, the world's #1 beer club at: beer52.com/peep Use promo code PEEP to get 20% OFF with FREE shipping at manscaped.com #ad Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs We're back after a very long break this time (thank you for your patience!) as we head i…
 
This week we review - Third Rock From The Sun (Series 3 Episode 1) The show revolves around an extra-terrestrial research expedition from a planet on the Cepheus-Draco border attempting to live as a normal human family in the fictional city of Rutherford, Ohio. They attempt to study human society and understand the human condition, while living as …
 
This week we review - Mister Winner (Series 1 Episode 3) Leslie Winner is an eternally-optimistic klutz with his heart in the right place. Somehow, despite his calamitous nature, he has found love with his fiancé Jemma and they are preparing for their wedding. The pressure is on Leslie to find, and keep a job, pay for the honeymoon and keep his fat…
 
This week we review - 15 Storeys High (Series 2 Episode 1) Sitcom focusing on miserable lifeguard Vince Clark, who hates being touched, and his Chinese lodger Errol, who live together in the tower block. In addition to watching Vince and Errol, we dip in and out of the lives of the other occupants of the towerblock; there's wife-swappers, bible-bas…
 
#sponsored - get your first case of beer for FREE with Beer52, the world's #1 beer club at: beer52.com/peep Use promo code PEEP to get 20% OFF with FREE shipping at manscaped.com #ad Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs We're back with a jumbo episode rankings special, as we take a look at the best of serie…
 
The Men from the Ministry was broadcast by the BBC between 1962 and 1977 and starred Wilfrid Hyde-White and Richard Murdoch until 1966, when Deryck Guyler replaced Hyde-White. It was written and produced by Edward Taylor with contributions from John Graham, and with some early episodes written by Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke, it ran for 13 seri…
 
#sponsored - get your first case of beer for FREE with Beer52, the world's #1 beer club at: beer52.com/peep Use promo code PEEP to get 20% OFF with FREE shipping at manscaped.com #ad Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs This week we're joined by another fantastic guest, as we welcome Jim Howick to discuss h…
 
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