Category: Ed And Friends

The Giggle Loop Podcast Festive Special – ED & FRIENDS

Season’s greetings from Ed and Giggle Loop, as we combine our forces to mix mulled wine and play fun games.

Episode 30: Paul the Train Conductor – ED & FRIENDS

Paul chucked in his job in radio to hit the open rails. He became a Train Conductor and shares some of his most hair-raising stories with Ed on the show.

Episode 29: Jim the Soldier -ED & FRIENDS (U.S. Election Special)

Find out what a real American patriot thinks of Trump and Clinton et al in tomorrow’s Presidential Election

Episode 28: Leanna the Sh!t-Faced Shakespeare Actor – ED & FRIENDS

Leanna Wiggington is a cast member of the unique Sh!tfaced Shakespeare. They perform a Shakespeare play with one inebriated cast member. They chat about being cast and the mayhem that ensues.

Episode 26: Chris the Sitcom Writer – ED & FRIENDS

Chris Gau, the co-writer and producer of hit Channel 5 sitcom Borderline (along with Michael Orton-Tolliver) joins Ed on an extraordinarily hot day where they talk it out, sweat it out and discuss the process of making a comedy about UK Border Control. Chris had moved in with his parents to focus on writing every

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THIS WEEKEND… Chris Gau on Ed & Friends

Ed spoke to sitcom writer Chris Gau about making Borderline, Channel 5’s hit sitcom about UK Border Control. We had a great time talking to Chris in the world’s most ourtrageously hot podcast studio. Did they complete the interview, or did they die of dehydration? Find out this weekend! Subscribe on iTunes, Soundcloud and ACast

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Episode 25: Steve the Improv Guru – ED & FRIENDS

Ed gets to sit down with the man who taught him all about improv comedy, Steve Roe!

Episode 24: Jim and Bob the Musicians turned Writers – ED & FRIENDS

Ed returns from the summer break to get drunk with old friends and web seris comedy writers Jim McCreddie and Bob Good!

Episode 23: Georgie and Natasha the Partially-Sighted Comedians – ED & FRIENDS

This week Ed talks to fellow comedians Georgie Morrell and Natasha Parrott, who are both partially-sighted. Georgie and Tash explain what it was like to experience loss of sight in their 20s, explain how they adapted to the world around them and discuss finding humour in everyday life.You can support Georgie’s forthcoming one-woman Edinburgh Fringe

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