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074. Paul Sinha
Jay Islaam interviews award-winning comedian Paul Sinha, who will be performing at the brand new Laff Attack comedy club in Birmingham on Saturday 15th April 2017. Paul is perhaps best known as one of the general knowledge gurus (“The Chasers”) on ITV quiz show The Chase. In
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073. Peter Fox
Jay Islaam speaks to comedy critic Peter Fox, who is a well known reviewer in the Midlands, helps run the Midlands Comedy Awards, and also hands out his own comedy awards every year over Christmas.  In this interview Peter talks about his one and only experience performing comedy
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071. Gary Delaney
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Saturday 4th March 2017. In this episode, Jay Islaam interviews Brummie comedian Gary Delaney, behind the scenes at Huntingdon Hall in Worcester, where he was performing his show There’s Something About Gary. In this interview Gary discusses how it
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070. Johnny Sorrow
Jay Islaam interviews award-winning comedian Johnny Sorrow, who hails from the Black Country and is considered one of the Godfathers of the alternative comedy scene in the Midlands. Johnny won the prestigious Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality at the Edinburgh Fringe, on his first ever visit to
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069. Natalie Cutler
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Friday 10th February 2017. Jay Islaam interviews local actor, playwright and film maker Natalie Cutler, who has recently returned from India where she filmed a documentary about acid attack survivors. Her new documentary Not In Vain will premiere at
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068. Dominic Thompson
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Friday 10th February 2017. Jay Islaam interviews Dominic Thompson, from the Gritty Theatre Company, who tells us about his experience as an actor and theatre producer, the production of his latest play Chapel Street, and his hopes for
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067. Fran Doyle
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Friday 3rd February 2017. Jay Islaam interviews Birmingham-based comedian Fran Doyle, who also runs comedy nights in Wolverhampton. To contact the show please email hello@comedycannon.com to let us know about anything interesting happening locally that we can
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066. Jürgen Strack
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Friday 27th January 2017. Jay Islaam interviews Leicester-based German actor and comedian Jürgen Strack, aka Herman the German, who will soon be performing at the Leicester Comedy Festival. You can find out more about Jürgen Strack by following him on
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065. Cassie Jaye
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Friday 20th January 2017. Jay Islaam interviews actor and documentary maker Cassie Jaye whose film The Red Pill, about the Men’s Rights Movement, has generated huge controversy and been the victim of censorship campaigns by some feminist activists. You
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064. Martin Mullaney (part 2)
Jay Islaam continues his conversation with Birmingham-based comedy promoter Martin Mullaney, who runs the Cheeky Monkey comedy club in Moseley. It’s the longest running independent comedy club in the city, and has played host to some of the biggest names in British comedy in the last
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063. Martin Mullaney (part 1)
Jay Islaam interviews Birmingham-based comedy promoter Martin Mullaney, who runs the Cheeky Monkey comedy club in Moseley. It’s the longest running independent comedy club in the city, and has played host to some of the biggest names in British comedy in the last eighteen years.  We start
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060. Jonathan Hipkiss (part 2)
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Friday 2nd December 2016. Jay Islaam interviews actor, comedian, impressionist and author Jonathan Hipkiss who has just written and published his first novel, a science fiction comedy called Rise Of The Geeks Following An Alien Invasion. You can find our
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059. Jonathan Hipkiss (part 1)
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Friday 2nd December 2016. Jay Islaam interviews actor, comedian, impressionist and author Jonathan Hipkiss who has just written and published his first novel, a science fiction comedy called Rise Of The Geeks Following An Alien Invasion. You can find our
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058. Mickey Sharma (part 2)
Jay Islaam continues his conversation with Birmingham-based Indian comedian Mickey Sharma.  In this episode, Mickey tells us what he learned from his first year at Edinburgh Fringe and how he did things differently the following year, as well as what he’s planning to do for 2016. Mickey also explains
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057. Mickey Sharma (part 1)
Jay Islaam interviews Birmingham-based Indian comedian Mickey Sharma, shortly before he went off to the Edinburgh Fringe in August 2016.  Mickey has enjoyed a fascinating career to date, and he tells me about some of the highs and lows of his journey to becoming a professional
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056. Tom Short
Jay Islaam is having a relaxed chat with award-winning comedian Tom Short, in Manchester, shortly before he went to the Edinburgh Fringe in August 2016.  The previous year, Tom was part of the team that put on the Funz and Gamez stage show in Edinburgh, which went on
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055. Jake Pickford
Jay Islaam is talking to comedian Jake Pickford, behind the scenes at the Comedy Bar show, at Luton’s Hat Factory venue, where he’s the resident compere, earlier in the year.  Jake starts off by telling me how he started off his career by doing a course with comedy guru
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054. Mike Gunn (part 2)
Jay Islaam continues his conversation with veteran British comedian Mike Gunn, behind the scenes in Birmingham, shortly before he takes the stage at the Glee Club.  Mike starts off by explaining why he’s considering quitting standup, as the economics of the circuit are now stacked against comedians. He’s also frustrated
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053. Mike Gunn (part 1)
Jay Islaam is talking to veteran British comedian Mike Gunn, behind the scenes in Birmingham, shortly before he takes the stage at the Glee Club. Mike starts off by telling me about how his heroin addiction and recovery led to him taking to the stage. His first
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052. Rahul Kohli
Jay Islaam interviews Geordie comedian Rahul Kohli, at his home in Manchester. He’s one of the most exciting new comedians on the circuit and has definitely distinguished himself from his peers by daring to cover a lot of difficult social and political subjects on stage. Rahul’s debut
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051. Rudi Lickwood (part 2)
Jay Islaam is once again talking to veteran British comic Rudi Lickwood, just before he was about to perform at the Jongleurs comedy club in Birmingham.  This is part two of a two-part interview. If you haven’t heard part one already then I recommend you go and listen
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050. Rudi Lickwood (part 1)
Jay Islaam is talking to veteran British comic Rudi Lickwood, just before he was about to perform at the Jongleurs comedy club in Birmingham. Rudi has been a part of the British comedy scene since the early 1990s, but he actually started out as an Eddie Murphy
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049. Thomas Rackham
The Comedy Cannon show on Switch Radio Birmingham. Hosted by Jay Islaam and with special guest Thomas Rackham.
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048. Richard Quarmby
The Comedy Cannon show on Switch Radio Birmingham. Hosted by Jay Islaam and with special guest Richard Quarmby.
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047. Gareth Berliner
The Comedy Cannon show on Switch Radio Birmingham. Hosted by Jay Islaam and with special guest Gareth Berliner.
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046. Box of Frogs
The Comedy Cannon show on Switch Radio Birmingham. Hosted by Jay Islaam, and with guests Nick Hollingsworth, Luke Cousin and Lee Dempsey from Box of Frogs Improv group in Birmingham.
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045. Samantha Pressdee and Clare Morgan
The Comedy Cannon show on Switch Radio Birmingham. Hosted by Jay Islaam, and with guests Samantha Pressdee and Clare Morgan (Clareabelles).
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044. Steve Guy – Art Therapy
The Comedy Cannon show on Switch Radio Birmingham. Hosted by Jay Islaam, and with guest Steve Guy - a local counsellor.
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043. Moses Ali Khan – EdFringe 2016 Analysis
The Comedy Cannon show on Switch Radio Birmingham. Hosted by Jay Islaam, with guest comedian Moses Ali Khan.
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042. Steve Valentino
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Friday 12th August 2016. Jay Islaam interviews local actor, musician, professional wrestler and comedian Steve Valentino.
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041. Red Redmond
The Comedy Cannon podcast with comedian Red Redmond (aka Scarlet SoHandsome). Hosted by Jay Islaam.
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040. Jonny Cocker and Moses Ali Khan
The Comedy Cannon show on Switch Radio Birmingham. Hosted by Jay Islaam, and with guests Jonny Cocker and Moses Ali Khan.
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039. Martin Huburn (part 2)
The Comedy Cannon show on Switch Radio Birmingham. Hosted by Jay Islaam, and with guest Martin Huburn, a former dancer and professional wrestler, who is now a Christian Minister and standup comedian.
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038. Martin Huburn (part 1)
The Comedy Cannon show on Switch Radio Birmingham. Hosted by Jay Islaam, and with guest Martin Huburn, a former dancer and professional wrestler, who is now a Christian Minister and standup comedian.
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037. Richard Green (playwright)
The Comedy Cannon show on Switch Radio Birmingham. Hosted by Jay Islaam, and with guest Richard Green, a local playwright and producer who is taking a new show up to the Edinburgh Fringe 2016.
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036. Damon Conlan – Brexit Referendum Special
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Friday 24th June 2016. Jay Islaam interviews local magician and comedian Damon Conlan, talking about the EU Referendum result.
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035. Monty Burns
The Comedy Cannon podcast with comedian Monty Burns. Hosted by Jay Islaam.
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034. Paul Adams & Karl Adams (Flopmodes Comedy Funhouse)
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Friday 27th May 2016. Jay Islaam interviews local comedians Paul Adams and Karl Adams.
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033. Roger Swift (part 2)
The Comedy Cannon podcast with comedian Roger Swift of Teknicolour Smoof. Hosted by Jay Islaam.
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032. Roger Swift (part 1)
The Comedy Cannon podcast with comedian Roger Swift of Teknicolour Smoof. Hosted by Jay Islaam.
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031. Steve Valentino
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Friday 22nd April 2016. Jay Islaam interviews local actor, musician, professional wrestler and comedian Steve Valentino.
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030. Rich Stokes
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Friday 15th April 2016. Jay Islaam interviews local actor, musician and comedian Rich Stokes.
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029. Natalie Cutler, Liz John and Caroline Nash
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Friday 8th April 2016. Jay Islaam gives you a rundown of what’s happening in Birmingham’s theatres, arts centres, independent cinemas and comedy clubs over the coming week. He also interviews actor Caroline Nash and writer Liz John
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028. Glen Gandy and Jo Carter (Blue Giraffe Comedy)
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Wednesday 6th April 2016. Jay Islaam gives you a rundown of what’s happening in Birmingham’s theatres, arts centres, independent cinemas and comedy clubs over the coming week. And our special guests in the studio are Glen
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027. Samantha Pressdee
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Wednesday 30th March 2016. Jay Islaam gives you a rundown of what’s happening in Birmingham’s theatres, arts centres, independent cinemas and comedy clubs over the coming week. And our special guest in the studio is
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026. Jim Bayes and Thomas Rackham
Listen again to The Comedy Cannon show originally broadcast on Wednesday 16th March 2016 on Switch Radio. Jay Islaam talks to locally-based comedians Thomas Rackham and Jim Bayes, as well as giving a rundown of what’s happening in the city’s theatres, arts centres and comedy clubs over
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025. Christian Reilly (part 3)
Jay Islaam continues his interview with musical comedian Christian Reilly, backstage at Birmingham’s Windsor Theatre where he was headlining a fundraising comedy show for the Labour Party. This is part three of a three-part interview. In part three, Christian talks about his experiences performing abroad, discusses the prevalence of sexist misconceptions
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024. Christian Reilly (part 2)
Jay Islaam continues his interview with musical comedian Christian Reilly, backstage at Birmingham’s Windsor Theatre where he was headlining a fundraising comedy show for the Labour Party. This is part two of a three-part interview. In part two, Christian talks about his experience working on the award-winning comedy podcast As It Occurs
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023. Christian Reilly (part 1)
Jay Islaam is talking to socialist comedian and circuit veteran Christian Reilly, backstage at Birmingham’s Windsor Theatre where he was headlining a fundraising comedy show for the Labour Party. This is part one of a three-part interview. In this episode, Christian talks about how he first got started as
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022. Scott Bennett
Jay Islaam is talking to award-winning comedian Scott Bennett, who very recently supported comedy superstar Michael McIntyre at one of his warm-up gigs in London. In this interview, Scott talks about the inspirations that keep him writing and performing, his worst ever gigs, and his admiration for “club comedy”
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021. Tez Ilyas
Jay Islaam is talking to writer, comedian (and occasional actor) Tez Ilyas who has enjoyed a rapid rise up the comedy industry ladder in the last six years, and is quickly becoming a familiar face/voice on national television and radio. In this interview, Tez discusses how he got his first taste
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020. Aatif Nawaz
Jay Islaam is talking to acclaimed comedian and award-winning television presenter Aatif Nawaz who originally trained as an actor, and only moved in to standup comedy when a technical problem forced him to riff with an audience for 40 minutes at a friend’s event. He’s a very familiar face
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019. Jimmy Frinton
Jay Islaam interviews popular West Midlands comedian Jimmy Frinton who has been peddling his unique and surreal brand of humour across the UK for the last two decades. He’s the creator of the bizarre Black Country soap opera Bushroads, as well as a plethora of weird and wonderful comedy characters. Jimmy
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018. Josh Pugh
Jay Islaam interviews multi-award-winning Midlands comedian Josh Pugh, who talks about the people who’ve influenced his comedy, including Vic and Bob, Harry Hill, his dad and comedy guru Logan Murray. He also tells us about his as-yet-unproduced sitcom, which he wrote as a teenager. You can find out
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017. Will Franken (part 2)
Jay Islaam continues his interview with comedian Will Franken, who has so far pulled no punches in expressing his derision for political correctness. The rhetoric in part two of the conversation is just as fiery, with Will taking aim at white liberals, trans activists, the #BlackLivesMatter movement and those who get rich
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016. Will Franken (part 1)
Jay Islaam is talking to renowned comedian Will Franken – for whom the label “alternative comedian” doesn’t seem quite enough. We spoke for so long that I’ve had to split this interview into two parts, with part two going online soon. In this instalment Will discusses his childhood in the American
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015. Cerys Nelmes
Jay Islaam interviews actress and comedian Cerys Nelmes, who talks about the lack of camaraderie between women in the worlds of comedy, acting and, in fact, life generally. She also discusses the challenges of being typecast, her desire to be like Jack Whitehall’s dad, by living off the
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014. Will Duggan
Jay Islaam interviews comedian Will Duggan, who talks about being part of the Edinburgh Comedy Award-winning Funz and Gamez, the differences between comedy in the North versus London, and his forthcoming show A Man Gathering Fish – a title inspired by a painting her chanced upon when forced
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013. Ian Cognito
WARNING: There’s lots of bad language in this episode. Inevitable, really, when you’re interviewing Ian “don’t call me a comedy legend” Cognito. “Cogs” – as he’s affectionately known – has been on the circuit for more than 30 years, and has been described as “the most dangerous man
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012. Logan Murray (part 2)
Jay Islaam continues his conversation with Logan Murray – acclaimed writer, comedian, MC and comedy tutor to the stars. In this instalment he talks about being an insufferable show-off and therefore a natural comedian, and how he works to help students find their own unique comedy voice. Logan also explains
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011. Logan Murray (part 1)
Jay Islaam interviews Logan Murray, acclaimed writer, comedian, MC and comedy tutor to the stars, who talks about how he (accidentally!) got started in comedy, and shares some of his advice for aspiring and experienced stand-ups. Logan explains his philosophy for on stage success as a stand-up,
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010. Edinburgh Fringe 2014
Recorded at Edinburgh Fringe 2014, in this episode Paul Warricker talks about the surreal premise of his show and his recommendations for Fringe visitors and performers. And Gary Graham Knightly drops in to tell us about his acoustic heavy metal comedy show: ShitStorM. (The Comedy
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009. Edinburgh Fringe 2014
Recorded at Edinburgh Fringe 2014, in this episode actor and comedian Joe Hughes talks Star Wars fanaticism and plugs his recent film “I’ve Got A Bad Feeling About This…”. Athena Kugblenu talks about the joy of having an “unpronounceable” name, being permanently opinionated, and the weirdest
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008. Edinburgh Fringe 2014
Recorded at Edinburgh Fringe 2014, in this episode I’m chatting to comedy BFFs Nick Banks and Matt Fong about bad taste humour, joke stealing, cross dressing on stage, and special comedy awards for ethnic minorities and women. (The Comedy Cannon podcast with your host Jay Islaam, originally produced
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007. Edinburgh Fringe 2014
Recorded at Edinburgh Fringe 2014, in this episode we meet three new acts who are all on their first ever visit to the Fringe this year. Ryan Theivam and Rob Jones are both in Edinburgh for short visits and are taking part in the semi-finals of
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006. Edinburgh Fringe 2014
Recorded at Edinburgh Fringe 2014, in this episode I speak to three acts who are performing at the Fringe this year. Sahar Mirhadi speaks to us about her double-hander with Daniel O’Gorman called “My Mother Made Me Do It” taking place in an Indian restaurant! This
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005. Edinburgh Fringe 2014
Recorded at Edinburgh Fringe 2014, in this episode I’m chatting to three comedians who are at the festival looking for opportunities to perform. Marcus Whitfield discusses the challenges of character comedy and his favourite unusual performers. Dan Murray talks about dark humour, Lewis Schaffer and the
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004. Freestival (Alex Marion and Dan Adams)
Jay Islaam talks to Alex Marion and Dan Adams from Freestival, a brand new organisation that will be bringing a range of free-entry shows to Edinburgh Fringe 2014, launching on the 1st of August 2014. In this interview, Dan and Alex talk about the people who founded
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003. John Hastings
Jay Islaam intervies British-based Canadian comedian John Hastings, who talks about the comedy culture in his native Canada, and why it’s produced so many world-class funny men and women. As well as being one of the hardest working acts on the circuit, John has spent
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002. Peter Buckley Hill (PBH Free Fringe) part 2
Jay Islaam continues his exclusive interview with Peter Buckley Hill, the man behind The Free Fringe. Peter had so much to say that we couldn’t fit it all into our first episode. So this is part two of the interview. In this episode, Peter talks about how acts are
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001. Peter Buckley Hill (PBH Free Fringe) part 1
For our first podcast we’ve got an exclusive interview with Peter Buckley Hill, the man behind The Free Fringe. Peter talks about the founding of The Free Fringe, the ethos behind the movement and the challenges the organisation faces. He also discusses his hopes for the future of
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