One of my favourite comedians Celia Pacquola returns to the podcast to chat about her 2014 Barry nomination, the process of working on the show and just feeling pretty good about stuff.
The very funny Rob Hunter joins me on the podcast making the long trek from his bedroom to our lounge room to discuss all things comedy.
One of the up and coming stars of the Australian comedy circuit is the Sydney based Rhys Nicholson. I took this opportunity while he was in Melbourne for the Comedy Festival to have a one on one talk about his career and how he started out in the business.
This is the first time Elbow Skin (Ernie and Dave) have been on the podcast and it gave me the opportunity to really delve into how this musical comedy act started out in the Melbourne Comedy scene.
Ben Ellwood is one of my favourite recurring guests on the podcast and we had the opportunity to have another great chat during the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Alice Fraser is a comedian who is based in Sydney but travels the world with her stand up comedy skills. She talks about her early childhood and upbringing that has lead her to be one of the rising stars at this year's Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
All round performer Rama Nicholas has been carving out a respected body of work and chatted to me about her new 2014 Moosehead awarded show "After...Ever After".
"The Sweetest Plum's" Declan Fay returns to the show to talk about writing, inspiration and the goals that were set for directing me in my new solo show "Johnny Loves Mary Forever 1994".
Geraldine Quinn returns to the podcast to talk about her Moosehead Award show "Modern Day Maiden Aunt" with her director...me!