Tune in for a podcast that attempts satire, hi-NRG Breakfast fun and sage comment, and by failing to tick any of those boxes attains a mercurial brilliance. It MAY change your life. You MAY change your socks. You can catch Shaun Keaveny’s Breakfast show every weekday at 7am on 6 Music.
Thu, 21 Aug 14
7 days remaining
Our Edinburgh Festival podcast continues with comedians Al Murray and newcomer Angela Barnes, chatting with Shaun on the Breakfast show. Al Murray gave Shaun a run for his money with his Paul McCartney impression. And Angela Barnes talked about her first stand up shows at the Fringe!
Wed, 20 Aug 14
6 days remaining
On today's podcast we're at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival! Comedian Mark Watson chats with Shaun about his 10 years at the Fringe. Debutant Dan Schreiber also talks to Shaun about his first run at the festival. And possibly has the best Small Claims Court ever - involving Paul McCartney and a cheese toastie.
Tue, 19 Aug 14
5 days remaining
On today's podcast the Breakfast Show is at the Edinburgh Festival, and we have an interview with the one and only Frank Skinner. Also Tom Shillue, an American comedian, barber shop quartet singer and storyteller pops in to talk about his first run at the Edinburgh Festival.
Mon, 18 Aug 14
4 days remaining
We're at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this week and Shaun will be talking to some of the best acts at the Fringe. Today comedian Alex Horne joined us in the studio and new Edinburgh Festival performer Lucy Benson Brown popped in to talk about her play "Cutting Off Kate Bush"
Fri, 15 Aug 14
1 day remaining
On the Daily Download today Shaun runs through some of your Middle Aged Shout Outs and talks about Mary Berry going postal. Plus, there's talk of sponsorship and A'level results.
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