Wales's star of the comedy circuit, Rhod Gilbert, is joined by fellow stand-up Chris Corcoran for entertaining chat and banter. Broadcast weekly on Radio Wales, every Saturday from 11 AM to 1 PM.
Sat, 18 May 13
29 days remaining
An exhausted Rhod took to the airwaves with fellow comedian, Chris Korkey Corcoran in the co-host seat. After a 'ruff' start talking about how dogs communicate, the topic of discussion soon turned to Eurovision and Bonnie Tyler, prompting listeners to send in a flurry of stories...or could they be jokes? #backbonnie
Sat, 11 May 13
22 days remaining
Rhod and Chris Korkey Corcoran enter into a musical debate about staying and not going; they discuss whether Korkey's cooking could be improved by the world's best frying pan; and a disgusted Rhod throws in the towel on the 'Life's Little Luxuries' feature.
Sat, 4 May 13
15 days remaining
Rhod and co-host Tom Wrigglesworth were on a features role this week. Feature one, how close have you got to your birthday, before you remembered it was your birthday? Believe it or not, Tom didn’t realise until on air, that his birthday was only 13 hours away.
Sat, 27 Apr 13
8 days remaining
Rhod's vexed by the lamentable fashion in ladies' eyebrows, where they are plucked beyond recognition. The trend's even reached the Royal household. And Lloyd's after alternative suggestions to Winston Churchill for the back of the new five pound note; would a paintball fight between Bob Holness and Pat Sharp fit the (literal) bill?
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