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Comedy Cafe Highlights

Duration:
5 hours, 15 minutes
First broadcast:
Saturday 20 October 2012

Janice Forsyth rounds up some of the highlights of her BBC Radio Scotland Comedy Cafe. Including Jason Byrne, Ross Noble, Alan Cumming, Ricky Gervais, Eric Idle and many more.

Chapters

28 items
  • Chris Addison

    Chris Addison on his latest tour in March 2011.

  • Ross Noble

    Ross Noble, from September 2010.

  • Daniel Sloss

    Daniel Sloss, on “the difficult second album” from March 2011

  • Arnold Brown

    An extended interview with Arnold Brown from January 2012.

  • Ricky Gervais

    Ricky Gervais on Cemetry Junction, from May 2010.

  • Kevin Bridges

    Kevin Bridges in an early appearance at the Edinburgh Festival in May 2010.

  • Josie Long

    Behind the scenes of Josie Long’s new film, in May 2012.

  • Greg McHugh

    Greg McHugh on life as Howard in Fresh Meat. From September 2011.

  • Arthur Smith

    Arthur Smith on his new book, from May 2010.

  • Dom Joly

    Dom Joly on dark tourism. From September 2010.

  • Roisin Conaty

    Roisin Conaty on winning awards. From August 2010.

  • Jason Byrne

    Jason Byrne on the success of his Edinburgh Fringe shows. From June 2010.

  • Eric Idle

    Eric idle on his latest Monty Python show. From June 2010.

  • Alan Cumming

    Alan Cumming on his return to the Edinburgh Festival in August 2010.

  • Paul Sinha

    Paul Sinha on life as the “only gay Bengali GP turned comedian”. From July 2011.

  • Andy Parsons

    Andy Parsons on his new DVD, “Gruntled.” From December 2011.

  • Ro Campbell

    Ro Campbell on winning the Scottish Comedian of the Year Award. From December 2010.

  • Bill Bailey & Tim Minchin

    Two long-haired musical comedy geniuses in one go. From May 2012.

  • Jim Bowen

    Jim Bowen and author Dan Crompton discuss old jokes. From October 2010.

  • Phil Jupitus

    Phil Jupitus – from March 2012.

  • Jane Bussmann

    Jane Bussmann on writing for South Park and her own stand-up shows. From March 2012.

  • Eric Sykes

    Eric Sykes on his long-lived comedy career. From January 2011.

  • Jim David

    American Jim David on the Glasgow Comedy Festival.

  • Dave Gorman

    Dave Gorman on games… From June 2011.

  • Rob Carter

    Rob Carter and Eleanor Morton on musical comedy. From April 2012.

  • Richard Herring

    Richard Herring on the return of his original stand-up. From March 2011.

  • Tony Hawkes

    Tony Hawkes on hitchhiking round Ireland with a fridge. From November 2011.

  • Omid Djalili

    Omid Djalili on his return to stand-up. From August 2011.

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