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Radio 4 Extra’s Comedy Club brings you the best of this year’s Machynlleth Comedy Festival
Amanda Litherland chats to character comedian Beth Vyse.
Arthur Smith talks to Rhod Gilbert at the 2015 Machynlleth Comedy Festival
Thom Tuck investigates 'Wifi Wars', a comedy show where mobile phones are encouraged.
Tony Law tells Arthur Smith about bus replacement services and skips.
Arthur Smith tells Nell Frizzell about his perfect music 'playlist'
Arthur Smith meets Rachel Mars and the pop-up Choir making music out of 'envy'.
Arthur Smith meets 'Lie Collector' Yve Blake for a chat and a song.
Arthur Smith visits the Ynys-Hir bird sanctuary for a unique comedy show.
Arthur Smith meets the 'Anarchist Cook' George Egg
Elis James shares his audio diary of his week preparing for the Machynlleth Comedy Fest
Arthur Smith chats to Welsh speaking stand ups Beth Jones and Phil Cooper.
Jake Yapp and Angela Barnes (and Angela's dog, Tina) present Sunday night at MachFest
Jake Yapp & Jessica Fostekew reluctantly co-host. They love each other really...
Jake Yapp's Male Voice Choir opens the final night at the Machynlleth Comedy Festival
Jake Yapp welcomes you to a weekend at the Machynlleth Comedy Festival
Jake Yapp and Angela Barnes chat to Ed Gamble at this year’s Machynlleth Comedy Festival
Isy Suttie chats to Machynlleth Comedy Festival performer Josh Widdicombe.
Follow comedian David Kay in the run up to the festival weekend with his Machynlleth Diary
Arthur Smith chats to James Acaster after his gig at the Tabernacle, Machynlleth.
Lou Sanders, Brett Goldstein and Mark Simmons perform comedy in a cave.
Arthur Smith chats to George Orange at the Machynlleth Comedy Festival.
Isy Suttie takes part in the interactive theatre experience of Hurtling.
Arthur Smith and Holly Burn visit the comedy art exhibition at Machynlleth.
Laura Lexx tests Rob Deering and Nish Kumar's movie knowledge.
Arthur Smith chats to John Shuttleworth at the Machynlleth Comedy Festival.
Mike Bubbins gives us an insight into preparing a show for the Machynlleth Comedy Festival
Arthur Smith chats to Richard Herring about performing at Machynlleth.