Audio Interviews

Episode 566: Micky P. Kerr II

Micky takes on the pomposity of the popular music industry in a show which will make you laugh, sing and wonder why on earth Micky isn’t a global phenomenon by now! First broadcast as part of Episode 24 of ‘On the Mic’ on 25 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by […]

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Episode 565: Maisie Adam

Maisie Adam returns to Edinburgh with her second hour, working out who is to blame and for what. First broadcast as part of Episode 24 of ‘On the Mic’ on 25 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episode 564: Will Duggan III

During an odd and turbulent time in recent history Will found himself questioning every poor decision he has ever made… First broadcast as part of Episode 24 of ‘On the Mic’ on 25 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episode 563: Zach Zimmerman

Join Zach as he skewers his traumatic Southern Baptist childhood and equally painful gay New York City adulthood. First broadcast as part of Episode 24 of ‘On the Mic’ on 25 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episode 562: Sara Barron

Sara’s new show examines kindness, meanness, ex-boyfriends, ex-girlfriends, current husbands, all four of her remaining friends, and two of her twelve enemies. First broadcast as part of Episode 23 of ‘On the Mic’ on 24 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker for On the Mic.

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Episode 561: Patrick Monahan IV

Smart and funny observations on a new-found, middle-class lifestyle with ski holidays, through the prism of poor, immigrant, living-in-a-caravan roots. First broadcast as part of Episode 23 of ‘On the Mic’ on 24 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episode 560: Milo McCabe

Milo plays the 1930s throwback comedic investigator Troy Hawke, who returns, applying his scrabble mentalism to Kanye West, xenophobia and the ugly truth of IKEA’s link to the CIA. First broadcast as part of Episode 23 of ‘On the Mic’ on 24 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker […]

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Episode 559: Joey Page

Joey Page – award-nominated star of Never Mind the Buzzcocks – 31, is having a midlife crisis. First broadcast as part of Episode 23 of ‘On the Mic’ on 24 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episode 558: Kirsten Vangsness

Criminal Minds actor, Kirsten Vangsness, writes and performs two plays at the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. First broadcast as part of Episode 23 of ‘On the Mic’ on 24 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episode 557: Sukh Ojla

From dealing with mental illness to moving back in with her parents at the age of 30, Sukh figures out how to move forward in a house where you’re not allowed to turn on the big light. First broadcast as part of Episode 23 of ‘On the Mic’ on 24 August 2019. Edit by Sophie […]

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Episode 556: Rosie Jones

Rosie Jones returns to the Fringe with a big question: am I backwards, or are they? She explores the hilarious difficulties of navigating the world whilst being the only disabled, gay, northern comedian in Edinburgh. First broadcast as part of Episode 22 of ‘On the Mic’ on 23 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and […]

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Episode 555: Sam Morrison

Sam Morrison’s a master at finding hilarity in the awkward adventures of being a closeted gay man… First broadcast as part of Episode 22 of ‘On the Mic’ on 23 August 2019.

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Episode 554: Olaf Falafel III

Critically acclaimed idiot Olaf Falafel is back once again like a renegade master. If you’ve been to any of his previous shows, you’ll know exactly what to expect – inventive jokes and stupid comedic leftfieldery all held together with the flimsiest of narrative structures… First broadcast as part of Episode 22 of ‘On the Mic’ […]

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Episode 553: Rhys Nicholson

2019 marks Rhys Nicholson’s seventh Edinburgh Festival Fringe and his caustic wit is as fresh as ever. First broadcast as part of Episode 22 of ‘On the Mic’ on 23 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episode 552: John Hastings

John Hastings was briefly vegan and is currently in love. He’s here to confront his fear of confrontation and prove that love starts in the toilet…(?) First broadcast as part of Episode 22 of ‘On the Mic’ on 23 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episode 551: Joe Sutherland II

A friendship, a country, a beloved 90s pop group. Joe Sutherland returns to the Fringe looking back at things we once loved which have now gone sour. First broadcast as part of Episode 21 of ‘On the Mic’ on 22 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episode 550: Michael Odewale

Michael says he is selfish. And apathetic. And so are you. Join him as he tries to figure out what matters, and what’s just noise. First broadcast as part of Episode 21 of ‘On the Mic’ on 22 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episode 549: Tom Houghton II

Tom was sent to all-boys boarding school at age six. A world where ‘day kids’ are shunned and girls? None existent. But when, in his second last year the school decided to go co-ed, everything was to change… First broadcast as part of Episode 21 of ‘On the Mic’ on 22 August 2019. Edit by […]

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Episode 548: Robin Morgan

Robin’s a father to his son. A son to his father. But what makes a good male role model? First broadcast as part of Episode 21 of ‘On the Mic’ on 22 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episode 547: Robyn Perkins

On August 14, 2018, Robyn Perkins participated in a dating show in front of a live audience. Her experience led her to question human morality and the social constructs of present-day dating, with a scientific twist. First broadcast as part of Episode 21 of ‘On the Mic’ on 22 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell […]

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Episode 546: Lauren Booth

The daughter of a troubled TV star, Lauren Booth survives a house fire, embraces Soho hedonism and ends up being the skeleton in her family’s closet. First broadcast as part of Episode 20 of ‘On the Mic’ on 21 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episoode 545: Richard Stott

Following life-changing surgery, Richard has toes for fingers on his left hand. He examines body image, mental health and being disabled in an image-obsessed world. First broadcast as part of Episode 20 of ‘On the Mic’ on 21 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episode 544: Maria Shehata II

Failed love, crippling debt and living with an angry 83-year-old. Not exactly what Maria had in mind when she left LA for the UK. But has Maria turned out to be a hero? First broadcast as part of Episode 20 of ‘On the Mic’ on 21 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. […]

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Episode 543: Loyiso Gola III

Loyiso Gola dives into pop culture and the way it has shaped our lives. First broadcast as part of Episode 20 of ‘On the Mic’ on 21 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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Episode 542: John Pendal II

The critically acclaimed storyteller and stand-up comedian returns with a show about sex and sexuality. First broadcast as part of Episode 20 of ‘On the Mic’ on 21 August 2019. Edit by Sophie Mitchell and Martin Walker. Produced by Martin Walker for UJR.

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