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Chapter 135 - Fly Tipper. It's just after lunch on 3rd February 2023 and Richard is upset by what people have put at the edge of his beautiful field. Who would just chuck stuff around willy nilly like that? Today you will find out about the beautiful reminders that stones leave of themselves when they are taken from the field and how you can make m…
 
Dave and James talk to writer, performer, stand-up and Buffering co-creator Steve Bugeja about driving with a murderer in your passenger seat, working with the most famous voice in the country... And what's left for Steve now he's achieved his life's ambition of appearing on his favourite podcast.More episodes:https://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/sitc…
 
Frame 159 - Potting through the Pain. It's another round of snooker and both players have been poked in the eye and also have painful hips. But that doesn't stop them playing snooker to a scarcely adequate standard. Who will win? They thought it was all over, but is it now?More episodes:https://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/richard_herring_snooker/…
 
Chapter 134: When the Foil Turns to Ftone. It's 8.45am on 19th January 2023 and the resolution to do a stone clearing podcast a day this year has not gone too well, but will definitely happen from now on. It's a podcast full of incident, with frozen gates, ground as hard as stone, medieval songs and poems, terrifying new tactics from the Ftone Ftaf…
 
Exciting news from the BBC: they're signing up 10 comedy writers, producers and directors to spend a year learning how to turn your ideas into actual programmes. Dave and James offer guidance for how to enter and tips to make your blurb stand out. And bring you up to date with the latest news from the BCG Pro comedy writers' conference. Be there or…
 
Framer 158: Sh!thouse - An absolutely appalling game of snooker to follow last week's classic. Nothing in this is worth your time or your money. Luckily we are not asking for money, but you could potentially earn some money by doing something productive instead of experiencing this. There was a good shot near the end and also a great escape from an…
 
We watched the 2002 Tom Cruise spectacular 'Minority Report' - and now we're going to discuss it. In eye-watering detail. So grab a mouldy sandwich & a green glass of milk and hide your eyes from those spiders... ***This episode contains ALL THE SPOILERS for Minority Report (2002).More episodes:https://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/worst_writer/Join th…
 
Frame 157 - Academical. It's the first frame of 2023 and what new year's resolutions will the players have and will anyone involved remember how any of this works? It doesn't matter. It's one of the greatest displays of self-playing snooker ever recorded. Sit back and enjoy it all, because sport does not get better than this.More episodes:https://w…
 
We watched the 2002 Tom Cruise spectacular 'Minority Report' - and now we're going to discuss it. In eye-watering detail. So grab a mouldy sandwich & a green glass of milk and hide your eyes from those spiders...***This episode contains ALL THE SPOILERS for Minority Report (2002).More episodes:https://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/worst_writer/Join the…
 
What do you want to achieve this year? Still chasing the dream? Is it even the same dream that you think you want? There are still plenty of ways to succeed, as James says "as long as people like laughing and they like watching television".More episodes:https://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/sitcom_geeks/…
 
Chapter 133 - Pommel Hat Trick. It's just before 10am on 1st January 2023 - a new year and a new resolution that will keep you full up with stone clearing all year. There's some sneaky work from the Ftone Ftafi and there's some bad news for one section of our listenership, but I don't take the rules and there are no rules. Plus human wee, dog diarr…
 
Chapter 132 - Diplodocuf. It's 8.04am on what might be the 29th December 2022 and it's the last podcast of the year. Today we find out about the double and the importance of the periphery and why Newton's Law of Motion means that stones can not propel themselves, but are capable of steering and a Great Escape. Plus an email in from somewhere that c…
 
To celebrate this year's 100th anniversary of the BBC, Henry Dawe has joined forces with actors Scott Simpson and Mary Piercy to record an audio tribute to the Golden Age of British Comedy. The script weaves the names of the great talents into the dialogue between the characters. This is Part 6, the final part.https://www.comedy.co.uk/features/gold…
 
Just days after creating the seminal classic "Jack's Turkeys" - Young Howard wrote this highly derivative, gender essentialist, anti-royalist (one out of three ain't bad) story of Santa... going crazy.*CONTENT WARNING: suicide (in reference to the movie "Gremlins").More episodes:https://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/worst_writer/Join the gang:https://w…
 
Christmas and Sitcom. Two words that go together like turkey and stuffing. There are more than 300 Christmas sitcom specials and in this episode Dave and James unwrap their favourites with Pozzitive radio producer David Tyler and the actor Laura Aikman, who has appeared in a few great Christmas episodes herself (including Gavin & Stacey). What make…
 
To celebrate this year's 100th anniversary of the BBC, Henry Dawe has joined forces with actors Scott Simpson and Mary Piercy to record an audio tribute to the Golden Age of British Comedy. The script weaves the names of the great talents into the dialogue between the characters.https://www.comedy.co.uk/features/golden-age-of-british-comedy-audio-t…
 
Chapter 131 Berocca Wee - It's about 8.45am on 17th December 2022 and the snow lies deep and crisp and even. Which makes stone clearing pretty tricky. So welcome to an early Pro edition of the podcast where Rich shows what you have to do to clear in these conditions. And a miracle doth come to paff that fhall prove the exiftence of the Ftone Godf t…
 
To celebrate this year's 100th anniversary of the BBC, Henry Dawe has joined forces with actors Scott Simpson and Mary Piercy to record an audio tribute to the Golden Age of British Comedy. The script weaves the names of the great talents into the dialogue between the characters.https://www.comedy.co.uk/features/golden-age-of-british-comedy-audio-t…
 
Episode 80 - Ally the Red-Nosed Puppet. Rich and Ally take to the air to try and drum up support for their eBay items and it's a veritable flurry of excitement as the prices go through the roof LIVE on air! It's a tired end to the year for Rich but we get a haunting rendition of a pop song from Ally and then discuss the absolute front of Paul Burre…
 
Ever get one of those days where it's just not happening? Days that turn into weeks... Dave and James confront the bane of the new writer's life, offer ways and means of pushing through it, and dare to suggest that it might not be a thing at all.More episodes:https://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/sitcom_geeks/…
 
Chapter 130 - Pacman. It's 12.53pm on 4th December and it's a rare Sunday lunchtime stone clear. It's intermediate but the odd pro tip might slip through. There's a real email. Which isn't unusual obviously. And then another real email at the end with yet another listener after Richard's gametes. Plus why it's important to have a false family and R…
 
To celebrate this year's 100th anniversary of the BBC, Henry Dawe has joined forces with actors Scott Simpson and Mary Piercy to record an audio tribute to the Golden Age of British Comedy. The script weaves the names of the great talents into the dialogue between the characters.https://www.comedy.co.uk/features/golden-age-of-british-comedy-audio-t…
 
To celebrate this year's 100th anniversary of the BBC, Henry Dawe has joined forces with actors Scott Simpson and Mary Piercy to record an audio tribute to the Golden Age of British Comedy. The script weaves the names of the great talents into the dialogue between the characters.https://www.comedy.co.uk/features/golden-age-of-british-comedy-audio-t…
 
Episode 79 - Tom Cruise's Chopper - Ally owes the Victorian Ghost Child an apology. Ally and Rich discuss passports, the new Queen, Jenny Agutter's fine acting, a big fish, a big bum and an old cat. Prince Andrew performs a musical about himself and Sibyl makes some bold and bald predictions. Richard questions what he is doing and whether he'd get …
 
Part 2 of our wide-ranging chat with top comedy drama writer Lisa Holdsworth (Call The Midwife, New Tricks, All Creatures Great And Small) with advice to new writers, the joys and perils of show running and the importance of the Writers' Guild, which she currently chairs.More episodes:https://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/sitcom_geeks/…
 
Frame 156 - Politics and Sport. In a crucial frame Me1 takes on Me2 - one of them is on a bad run of form, can he turn it around? And will there be any repercussions for Referee 1 after last week's controversies. And will the LGBTQ+ community boycott the sport after this week. Find out by watching/listening to the latest instalment in this thrillin…
 
To celebrate this year's 100th anniversary of the BBC, Henry Dawe has joined forces with actors Scott Simpson and Mary Piercy to record an audio tribute to the Golden Age of British Comedy. The script weaves the names of the great talents into the dialogue between the characters.https://www.comedy.co.uk/features/golden-age-of-british-comedy-audio-t…
 
Episode 78 - J****** C***. The Victorian Ghost Child has had a taste of success and it's going to be hard to shake her off, but she's still comfortably the most accomplished thing in the show, Rich and Ally discuss the resurrection of Neighbours, pornographic meteors, taboos you should bust to save your marriage, who the monarch of Christmas is, th…
 
Chapter 129: Wet Fock. It's 5.25pm on 16th November 2022 which can mean only one thing - Night Clear. In the rain too. Which means you can learn the important technique of picking up wet stones to get the least mud on your finger. Plus a wellington emergency and memories of the night that stone clearing almost killed Richard and his wish for that d…
 
Frame 155 - Touching the Pink. It's a crucial frame and there's a couple of controversial moments that could alter the whole course of the competition, but the referee's decision is final. Plus a 7 year-old heckles as she insists we look at her art, the football scores are in at 8.03 and Prince Andrew is back. I remember when this thing was purely …
 
Dave and James talk to the brilliant comedy drama writer Lisa Holdsworth. What is comedy drama? If anyone knows Lisa does, she's written loads of them - New Tricks, Call The Midwife, All Creatures Great And Small. Tonnes of great advice if you're planning to enter the BBC Writersroom call for Comedy Drama Scripts.More episodes:https://www.comedy.co…
 
Frame 154 - Nonce Sense. In a crucial frame Me 1 and Me 2 battle it out for the title of who is the best at snooker. There's arena naming controversy and Sybil is unavailable, but surely no one else is capable of seeing the future like her? It's a high octane contest and maybe the best snooker we've seen on the old green board since lockdown.More e…
 
Episode 77 - Diana's Hand. It's turning into the Victorian Ghost show, which means there is a danger of things actually being funny. But Rich and Ally discuss the nerve endings in a clitoris, whether you are beholden to agree with the person who gave you your first job, what to do if your writers hate you, the dangers of taking your own toilet seat…
 
Chapter 128 - Brick and China. It's 8:30am on 1st November 2022 and Rich is back to getting fit and back out on the Stocean. There are some hints of the hard level chapters to come, the echelons of stone Heaven and the problems of the periphery. Plus are stones gendered and which ones can you have sex with without being branded a pervert. Rich has …
 
Join James for this exclusive interview with Dave Cohen, whose new improved second edition of the indispensable Complete Comedy Writer is published on 21st November. Hear what happens when James throws random sitcom writing questions across the table to his co-host. Our first non-Zoom show for two years.More episodes:https://www.comedy.co.uk/podcas…
 
Twitch of Fun #76 - Crap on Cereal - Richard is back and his very own Matthew Corbett is trying to steal focus, but he soon has things back on track with a very tired attempt at looking at the days news which includes whether Jimmy Carr is better or worse than Hitler, a new way to become the greatest footballer on earth, a surprising downfall for a…
 
Fascinating chat with Scott Dikkers, legendary creator of The Onion. His is a great story of how someone with no connections to the comedy world can break in and create their own niche. This episode is packed with helpful insights from his excellent How To Write Funny trilogy of comedy writing books.More episodes:https://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/s…
 
Frame 152 Snooker, She Wrote - In a crucial frame in the contest Me1 takes on Me2 at snooker with hilarious consequences. Plus football scores at far too far into the matches to be of any interest to anyone.More episodes:https://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/richard_herring_snooker/Di British Comedy Guide
 
Episode 75 - Detty Doo is Doin the Do - Rich is keen for Ally to stop doing the bawdy songs of the Victorian era that will surely get them cancelled and tries to move things into the political - rather than the genital - region. He has limited success. The team discuss the rules of chess, Velma’s sexuality, whether Truss and Kwasi are of this world…
 
Frame #151 Stone of Scoooooooon - In a crucial frame Me1 takes on Me2 as they attempt to ascertain who is the best at snooker. Plus news of the most important football match of the year, Halifax Town versus York City. And a scary doll.More episodes:https://www.comedy.co.uk/podcasts/richard_herring_snooker/…
 
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