On this episode we got two Icelandic comedians, Eyvindur Karlsson and Þórhallur Þórhallsson, also just known as Thor as Dave was too confused by the first one. The guys come on an explain how a country as small of Iceland can have a volcano that no one else on the planet can pronounce. They also discuss the state of comedy in Iceland and explain to Dave what a Belly Brother in Law is …
On this podcast we welcome American native, but Cork resident Dakota Mick. In taking a break from discussing cancel culture Mick discusses one of the most formative comedians of his life, Richard Pryor.
Discussed are the man himself, black culture on humor in the United States and are there any gigs running in Ireland at all at the moment. Dave tries as usual to wrangler a gig some where, with the same hilarious results.
On this podcast we are delighted to have on American standup comedian, Carter Anderson. Carter discusses what it is like to be a black comedian in America, particularly now in the world torn apart with Covid pandemics, new elections and Black Lives Matters protests.
Carter is based in Texas and also runs his own podcast, Geek’d Out.
Iestyn discusses his art form, Cabaret Comedy, but we also delve into comedy characters, Madame Galina, woke culture and Iestyn’s book, My Tutu went AWOL, which describes how Iestyn found himself behind the wire in Iraq entertaining the troops while also trying to figure out how to get teas stains out of his tights and not get stuffed in a tank.
On this episode we have Staten Island native Mickey Burns. He is the host of the celebrity interview show Profiles on the NYC Media. He is also the Network President of Quest Media Entertainment, Inc.
Mickey discusses his TV show, Profiles, which has produced over 500 episodes. The challenges the format has endured under lockdown and how his show and the rest of the TV production in New York city exits lockdown.
Carrie and I worked together on our first podcast experience, 10, 9, 8 years ago.
Carrie is currently stuck in Melbourne, which is the only state in Australia back in lockdown. She discusses this, and the cancellation of the Melbourne Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She was actively producing shows for both festivals when the call came in to effectively down tools and discusses the financial hardships she and many other people connected with the arts scene are enduring at the moment.
Not to rest on her laurels her comedy company, Serious Comedy, has moved online and is producing live shows that people worldwide are tuning in for.
Carrie has produced comedy shows in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Perth’s Fringe World, Canberra Comedy Festival, as well as outside of festivals around Australia. She has worked closely with Tim Ferguson to run his Comedy Writing Masterclasses in various places around Australia, as well as debuting his runaway success show A Fast Life on Wheels. She’s also run regular comedy rooms and produced and toured theatre shows.