This show was recorded at the end of a week of gigs with comedy act "Watson" back in the middle of 2013.
Comedy superstar Rove McManus returns to the podcast to chat about the show he performed at The Comic's Lounge and a few thoughts about how the latest season of Doctor Who finished up.
This is the final version of my 2014 solo show "Johnny Loves Mary Forever 1994" recorded at the Edinburgh Fringe. This includes some thoughts as to some of the changes that were necessary to help make the show find a new gear overseas.
Here is the audio recording of "Hamilton and His Sisters - Three Colours Hammo", the final part of the trilogy of shows from the 2007 Melbourne Comedy Festival. In our last chapter a letter placed in a time capsule brings me back to Adelaide where an old friend begins popping up in the strangest of places.
Here is the audio recording of "Laugh and Death - Three Colours Hammo", the second part of the trilogy of shows from the 2007 Melbourne Comedy Festival. In this chapter Calliope sends me messages from all over the world while I prepare for a funeral for a long departed friend.
Australian superstar Rove McManus joins me to get nerdy and passionate about the newest incarnation of Doctor Who. No wagging of sonic screwdrivers here, this is two idiot man children talking passionately about the adventures of a mad man in a box.
The Edinburgh Fringe is just about over so Rhys Nicholson and I are joined by Triple J's Kyran Wheatley to have one final chat before we all fall apart.
Two guests for this edition with Wil Anderson and Luke McGregor approaching the Edinburgh Fringe from two very different perspectives. Also some mild confusion over who gets to push the button.
The infrequent Edinburgh diaries continue as fellow comedian and Scotland flat mate Rhys Nicholson joins me to talk about where we're at with the Fringe before pointing out where the Matrix got it wrong. The perfect day 20 conversation.
This edition of the podcast coming to you straight from Edinburgh has interviews with Cal Wilson, Tiffany Stevenson and Demi Larder as the Fringe hits the double figure mark of the run.