A range of writers and comedians offer a series of 5 minute comedy monologues.
Meet Lauren Soul, an out of work, or resting actress living in Edinburgh.
Meet Jackie, adopted Scot and entrepreneur who has just opened a dating agency.
In this monologue, we meet Carla McGroarty who runs a Beauty Salon in Glasgow’s West End.
In this monologue, we meet Magrit Brown, a carer from the East End of Glasgow.
If this is the information age why is it often so hard to get at it?
What does your PIN number say about you?
Perhaps predictive text has hidden advantages we can’t predict.
Some knowledge still exists in places very different to the Internet.
Sorting the rubbish is a chore. But when a local pest turns up, things get much livelier.
A mild mannered man has found his true calling– in the toolbox. Now what could go wrong?
One man’s brave stand against the disappearance of greenery from his wee part of suburbia.
Have you ever tried clearing out your attic? It’s a lot trickier than you would imagine...
How easy is it to put the pieces together finding love in a flat pack furniture store?
Annabel finds more than she bargained for in the wine department of her local supermarket
Seymour battles the self-service supermarket checkout and loses more than his mind.
Elizabeth discovers what 'mad for a coffee' really means in a high street coffee shop.
Tahira (47), on how to arrange a perfect wedding and impress the future in-laws.
Sylvia (54), on how to become a Jewish grandmother.
Mags (51) on Mother's care plan rota and how to shed the habits of a lifetime.
Comedian Ashley Storrie channels her inner cockney pigeon in this weeks Comedy Monologue.
Lonna (49) the life coach on serendipity, life, the universe and everything.
Comedian Ashley Storrie shares her thoughts on sniffer dog training in this monologue.
Ashley Storrie offers her comedic thoughts on what follows a life of animal celebrity.
Ashley Storrie stands up for the rights of Edinburgh Zoo's penguins, in this monologue.