A master of off-the-wall wordplay, Noel James is disarmingly honest about his struggles with comedy and real life.
We analyse his use of metaphor and analogy as well as delving into his psychology, what it’s like to commit one’s life to comedy, and the public craving for “one voice of truth”.
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