EP.65 - DIANE MORGAN

Adam laughs a lot as he talks to British actor and comedian, Diane Morgan (Philomena Cunk, Motherland) about bad films, weird drama school exercises, not cracking America, not giving a shit, children, tape worms and more.

Thanks to Seamus Murphy Mitchell for production support and Matt Lamont for additional editing. Music & jingles by Adam Buxton

Comments

Submitted by: Stefan   10 months 2 weeks ago

Diane Morgan talks so much sense in this it's amazing. So glad she comes across as likeable as her on-screen persona :)

Submitted by: Holley   11 months 2 weeks ago

I could listen to these two talk for days! Diane is hilarious and REAL - I would love to have both of them for friends :-) Adam please consider a Buckles & Di Show?

Submitted by: David   11 months 3 weeks ago

Very excellent. If there's a better way to stay relaxed while slogging to work through snow and train chaos, I haven't found it. Yet.

Submitted by: Fran   11 months 3 weeks ago

I was having a pretty tedious and sluggish day at work today (despite the brief snow blizzard, which to be honest just generated a building of people mornoicially commenting on the snow 'It's really coming down now!' 'Cor, would you look at that.' My tolerance for people is pretty lot today I think) until Diane mentioned The Flumps. My all time favourite tv show of my childhood. And then you hummed the theme tune and I lost my shift. NO ONE sems to have seen it apart from me and my sister. Including, my boyfriend who is three years younger than me. Idiot.

Submitted by: Riri   11 months 3 weeks ago

OMG, how could you butcher a description of "Ring of Bright Water"? It was an otter. RoBW was broadcast once a year on TV in Australia in the 70s. It was an annual ritual of 2 hours riveted viewing and then 2 hours of desperately sobbing into my pillow.

Other than that, LOVE your podcast <3

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