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Best Stuart Goldsmith podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Stuart Goldsmith podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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As well as both being professional comedians, Stuart Goldsmith and Sindhu Vee have two other big things in common: they a) are both parents and b) have no idea how to be parents. But hey, does anyone? In this show, the acclaimed host of The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast and the writer/creator of BBC Radio 4's Sindhustan try to find out, seeking the advice of notable parents and experts on how to cope with parenthood, exploring the sacrifices, choices and mistakes made along the way. Light-hear ...
 
The After School Club is where we talk to a guest about their time at school – funny stories, inspiring teachers, memorable lessons, we’ll ask them what they wanted to be when they grew up, and how their experiences back then influenced their lives now. The After School Club is supported by Satchel, the team behind the UK’s number one homework software for schools – Show My Homework. To find out more about what Team Satchel can do for your school, head to showmyhomework.co.uk.
 
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Former TV exec Cally Beaton joins Stu and Sindhu on this episode of Child Labour and she takes them through her management of her personal and emotional parenting life; raising a child with autism, enjoying the guilt-free nights away from parenting, and the importance of telling your child that they are loved.We would love to hear from you, so twee…
 
Stuart tells about not being allowed to talk about cocaine when the only thing you know about the crowd is that they're clearly using a lot of cocaine, bombing as a TV warm-up in front of your comedyheroes, the trials and tribulations of a starting streetperformer and allowing yourself to take a break on stage, take a deep breath and carry on. Find…
 
Johnny Trash vertelt waarom je beter af kan gaan met een band dan in je eentje, over spelen in een zaal van 2000 man waar er maar vier inzitten en over een tournee langs Vlaamse gevangenissen waarbij het liedje 'Mooie meisjes zijn dooie meisjes' iets teveel herkenning opwekt. Meer over Johnny vind je op http://www.johnnytrash.be Word lid van de Ele…
 
This feature abandons the serious subjects, I ask some pointless questions and we have a bit of banter. Here's 10 minutes of me and Jake having a laugh after the episode. It was originally released as Exclusive Content but now free for all to hear! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-comedians-outluke-podcast/exclusive-content…
 
Martijn vertelt over backstage gaan achter een struik op Vlieland, keihard kapot gaan in het Efteling Theater, optreden terwijl er in de zaal wordt getimmerd en een technicus die uit het theater weggaat om een volleybalwedstrijd te fluiten. Bij deze show is bijna een half uur bonusmateriaal dat alleen te beluisteren is door crewmembers van Elektra.…
 
How would you react if you found out you were to become a Dad via text message… after a one night stand… whilst at work? Welcome to the story of Alfie Brown, who lays bare to Stu and Sindhu the story of his unconventional relationship with his children's Mum, how his own parenting influenced his life choices, and what comes next.We would love to he…
 
This episode of Child Labour is quite simply filled with love. Quincey Brome is aware of he how he looks and is perceived… a big imposing character. As you’ll hear though, Quincy is that and so much more. Sindhu and Stu listen to how he became a sole parent, how he gives back to his community, how a Hollywood star is his son’s Godparent and gives t…
 
Do you grimace or smile at the school gates? If you say hello through gritted teeth then you’ll love this episode’s guest, comedian Jen Brister. Jen takes Stu and Sindhu through the trials of being a lesbian parent, being on the end of a stern Spanish mother and how to hopefully be the perfect complimentary parent.We would love to hear from you, so…
 
Eastenders actress Jo Joyner is a woman who likes to plan. Going through IVF treatment is a testing time for any prospective parent, but Jo became fascinated with the ins and outs of the science and lets Sindhu and Stu in on her experiences, and what it’s like to have twins.We would love to hear from you, so tweet us! Sindhu @SindhuVFunny or Stuart…
 
Jens vertelt over de show waar de voorzitter opende met 'Dames en heren, helaas konden we vandaag niet meer annuleren', die keer dat hij op het podium een epilepsieaanval kreeg en de show waarbij de organisatie een oude draaimolen had ingericht als podium. Meer over Jens vind je op https://jensdendoncker.be/ Word lid van de Elektracrew! Als barmede…
 
Something different for this episode of Child Labour when Stu and Sindhu welcome actor Sophie Aldred into the studio. From how her early career as Dr Who’s sidekick won her more time at home, to the impact of a Steiner education, Sophie tells us her story of her ace teenagers.We would love to hear from you, so tweet us! Sindhu @SindhuVFunny or Stua…
 
Thijs vertelt over gevraagd om te komen spelen verkleed als clown, de Zwarte Cross, een tour langs terrassen en natuurlijk over die keer dat de vrouw die het evenement organiseerde zijn microfoon afpakte om het buffet te openen. Meer over Thijs vind je op http://www.thijskemperink.nl Word lid van de Elektracrew! Als barmedewerker, stagehand, techni…
 
50% of the Infinite Monkey Cage podcast, Robin Ince joins Stu and Sindhu on this episode to talk about never being fully relaxed. One of the UK’s finest polymaths, does being able to process a ton of information on parenting help or hinder the actual experience? Plus Robin and Stu share being too worried about their children, and Sindhu settles the…
 
Claudia de Breij vertelt over háár ervaringen met jongerencentrum Elektra, hoe optreden voor een stugge zaal vergelijkbaar is met sex en over die keer dat zij zichzelf in Maastricht na drie trappistenbiertjes hilarisch vond maar het publiek haar adviseerde om eens te gaan kijken bij tonpraters.Meer over Claudia vind je op http://www.claudiadebreij.…
 
Intense parents… a bad thing? Well, maybe not. In this episode Guilty Feminist Jessica Fostekew opens up about holding onto things when it would be better for parent and child to just let it go.We would love to hear from you, so tweet us! Sindhu @SindhuVFunny or Stuart @ComComPod, and include #ChildLabourPod, about anything we’ve discussed in this …
 
Stand-up comic and award-nominated playwright Archie Maddocks loves stitching together routines about kebab shops and his "rough-arse" schooling, with pathos and evocative prose. We talk about writing for the comedy club and the stage, why he's the straight-man to his highly-strung family of actors, and how his play "A Place For We" has been put on…
 
Falling pregnant with a guy she’d only known for a matter of weeks, comic and writer Athena is now a fiercely proud and resilient mother. We talk about the matriarchal line of her own family; from her mum’s less-than-perfect role as her birth partner, to the societal flaws Athena feels she can now challenge in how she raises her daughter.We would l…
 
Lean as hell and twice as productive, Nigel Ng is coming to shame your work ethic with his radical efficiency! This hilarious UK-based Malaysian comic lets us in on how his background in data science is helping him hit hard on social media, why he knew Edinburgh reviewers wouldn't like him, why he doesn't know what "texture" means, and what it felt…
 
Growing up with a professionally invisible dad, and toughening up to survive multiple schools, Spencer is now an actor, award-winning comedian and maker of beautiful, ludicrous art. His own children often now feature in his work, and he reveals his struggle to preserve their creativity against the undertow of the mundane.We would love to hear from …
 
Catherine Cohen took home “Best Newcomer” at the Edinburgh Fringe last year, with a jaw-dropping show bursting with wit, originality and layer upon layer of irony. Her angle of attack, mocking the audience for being so pathetically in love with her, allows her to take huge risks on stage, in a character that was grown through vast quantities of jus…
 
Jeron Dewulf vertelt over zijn foute vrienden in de gevangenissen van Vlaanderen, een vogelenkoor, het West-Vlaams Ventenkoor en natuurlijk Café Far West in Loenhout. Volg Jeron op social media en luister naar zijn podcast 'De Niet Zo Serieuze Sprookjes'. Word lid van de Elektracrew! Als barmedewerker, stagehand, technicus of jongerenwerker Tina zo…
 
Raised by a mother who criticised her every move, author and actress Arabella’s temper was forged in defiance. Having parented her children by deliberately doing the opposite of whatever her own mother would have done, she talks to Sindhu and Stu about purging the echoes of that scathing voice.We would love to hear from you, so tweet us! Sindhu @Si…
 
...To talk about Stu and Sindhu's new parenting podcast "Child Labour", and to listen back together to three exclusive clips from the show with interviewees Jess Fostekew, Spencer Jones and Athena Kugblenu! Subscribe to Child Labour now! Like right now, there's a trailer up that you can subscribe to and then when it launches on June 1st you'll get …
 
Child Labour is a new podcast from Stuart Goldsmith and Sindhu Vee. They’re both comedians, they were once both children, now they’re both parents, they both have parents and they're both figuring out how all of this works in real life. In each episode, along with a guest, they celebrate their labour, choices, mistakes and milestones. Released ever…
 
An intriguing and invigorating "NonComPod" this week with comedian, care home assistant and indeed care home comedian Pope Lonergan. Impressively erudite, Pope has been addicted to drugs as well as to reading about the Hawaiian judicial system; we discuss his lifelong search for transcendence, whether drug-fuelled revelations of great artists count…
 
My guest this week is Django Gold, writer for the Stephen Colbert Show and formerly Senior Writer for The Onion and of course, stand-up comedian. We chat about his first gig and I get a little nostalgic about my 90's playwright adventures. Go follow Django on Twitter at @django and tune in The Colbert Show each night! Follow this podcast across soc…
 
Pieter Jouke, dames en heren, over die keer dat hij probeerde of hij toevallig een avondvullende voorstelling had, microfoons die niet werken, microfoons met een extreem kort snoer en spelen in de Van Nelle fabriek met enorme galm. Meer over Pieter vind je op http://www.pieterjouke.nl Word lid van de Elektracrew! Als barmedewerker, stagehand, techn…
 
At last! Brett Goldstein (movie star, comedian, writer, super-fan of ComCom and perpetual invite-swerver) drops by for a “NonComPod” that won’t expose at all how crackers he is. Sadly Stu can’t help himself and it all goes a bit “Are You Happy?” A brilliant conversation with a kind, funny, deeply handsome man, who lets us into his mind to discuss h…
 
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