Comedian, former street-performer and popular podcast host, Stu Goldsmith is a charming but tortur-
Oh god I can't fake this, it's me isn't it? It's bloody ME!
Your fearless interviewer has the tables turned as he sits down to be interviewed by ComCom fans Sarah Millican, Tom Allen and Sindhu Vee, and fields questions from listeners including James Acaster, Nish Kumar, Ricky Gervais, Brett Goldstein, Herbie Treehead, Josh Widdicombe, Fern Brady and Nathaniel Metcalfe, as well as those sent in by you the listener via the ComCom Facebook page.
It was quite bruising but he enjoyed it.
@ComComPod | @StuGoldsmith
www.comedianscomedian.com | www.stuartgoldsmith.co.uk
The rushes from the three main interviews are available soon from www.comedianscomedian.com/insiders, along with all the extra material from any episode which has ever had extras attached!
Come and see Stu's work-in-progress show "Primer" at the Edinburgh Fringe at Monkey Barrel, who appear to have cheekily grabbed
But you can find Stu's details here: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/stuart-goldsmith-primer-wipFor information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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