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.
Find out what a real American patriot thinks of Trump and Clinton et al in tomorrow’s Presidential Election
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.
Ed gets to sit down with the man who taught him all about improv comedy, Steve Roe!
Ed returns from the summer break to get drunk with old friends and web seris comedy writers Jim McCreddie and Bob Good!
This week on the Ed and Friends Podcast, Ed and producer Kat celebrate 6 months of the show with some top clips. A huge thank you to all of our wonderful guests, and thanks to you for listening! We’ll be back next week with another great interview, but if you know someone unusual and
Ed’s old buddy Culum Simpson joins him in the studio to talk about the nitty gritty of Sound Design and the off-the-wall thinking required for the job!
Jack traded a job behind a desk for a job up in the trees, and not only that, he wrote the book on the subject! This week, Ed chats to one of child oldest friends about the joys of Tree Climbing!
This week, Ed chats with musical comedian Phil Lunn about comedy, characters and learning to do it all solo.
This week Ed took in some of the shows at the South Bank Centre’s Chorus Festival His guest is Miriam Zendle, a singer in London’s Sunday Assembly Choir – a secular congregation that brings people together to sing, smile and help each other out. Miriam tells Ed all about how she found a choir with