Twinkling anecdotalist Fred was the first Scot to MC the Comedy Store, and now presents his own show on BBC Radio Scotland, as well as touring his stand-up. He explains his preference for finding the funny in a live context instead of at a laptop, and reflects on when “funny isn’t good enough”.
NB - This episode has a sound recording problem which doesn’t reflect the quality of usual episodes. Apologies to Fred, and to you the listener.
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