More conversation chunks featuring Adam Buxton and director, writer and actor Richard Ayoade, recorded in May 2106 while filming the Channel 4 TV show 'Travel Man' in Lisbon.

There's an important discussion about pillows, more Big Moments and thoughts on what makes a great TV presenter.

Richard also attempts to negotiate the moral minefield of being a fan of Woody Allen's work.

Thanks to Seamus Murphy Mitchell for production support.

Music and jingles by Adam Buxton.


Submitted by: ils   2 years 5 months ago

Oh wow...just caught up with these episodes. Thanks so much Adam and Richard - thoughtful and chuckleful in equal measure. Lovely lovely stuff.

Submitted by: Jason   2 years 9 months ago

Enjoyed this one a lot thank you, in fact they're all good. They might be a bit better if there were fewer jingles perhaps? Not a criticism just a suggestion because I appreciate that you are doing this for nowt so it's up to you. Just think the conversations might flow a bit better without interruptions. Keep up the great work, I love you too, byeeeee

Submitted by: Snozbucket   2 years 9 months ago

Ahoy Dr Buckles. You seem to have stopped telling Twitter about your blog updates and new podcasts. That's how I get my waffle! I love you and your podcasts, and can't wait till the new series of Travel Man comes out.

I love you, byeeee!

Submitted by: Dan McCabe   2 years 9 months ago

I bumped my car into the back of another at a busy motorway roundabout whilst chortling away to this wee podcast.



p.s. give Rosie a clap from me!

Submitted by: Jeff Reilly   2 years 10 months ago

Hi Adam, Is it my imagination or does the song "Middle"


by DJ-Snake sound like your "PopPropreation" Jingle. I cant find the jingle anywhere to relisten but in my head both start the same? Anyway MY WIFE and I love the podcasts and hope to see you soon in Dublin. Keep up the Ramblechats!

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