Adam talks with British comedian, writer and actor Roisin Conaty about haircuts, celebrity encounters, TV makeup disasters, TV panel show trauma, truth goggles, angry judgementalism and chocolate. And Rosie unveils a satirical Brexit song.
Thanks to Seamus Murphy-Mitchel for production support
Additional editing by Anneka Myson: http://annekamusic.co.uk/
Music and jingles by Adam Buxton
ROISIN LIVE AT THE APOLLO
‘GAMEFACE’ - HOW TO DEAL WITH A PHONE USER IN THE CINEMA
HOW TO STOP BEING LATE
‘THEY LIVE’ - TRUTH GOGGLES
NEIL POSTMAN - AMUSING OURSELVES TO DEATH
I like you.
You are daft. (in a good way)
Dog loving. (in a nice way)
A total dick (in the best way)
I did not like your manterrupting in this podcast!
STOP! - DO NOT CONTINUE!
Hi Adam, I’m really enjoying having your regular podcast updates back - this one was great. Just wanted to make a honey on toast suggestion: whole grain toast, peanut butter, slices of banana and honey drizzled on top. It’s the food of gods. Bye!
I’ve really enjoyed your podcast - been listening on my daily commute and I like your style of conversation and choice of guests.
You mentioned a loaf-size snickers, well I made one! It was 100 times bigger than a standard bar, and we documented it via Pimp That Snack, and gave it the old fashioned name of Marathon and on.
We sliced it like a loaf, but each slice was about the size of five normal bars. It took us about four weeks to eat (might have been quicker if we’d added honey).
Keep up the good podcasting. You’re better than you give yourself credit for.
A random out-of-the-blue eggcorn to add to your collection. My 4 yr old excitedly announces whenever naked: "Party suit!!"
I believe Roisin and yourself may find this very tempting:
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