"Baths get a hard time nowadays - it's much like washing up " and we're off with one of my favourite humans this month it's comedian and bath fan Nathaniel Metcalf.
When will I be Oprah?” Is what the UK public is asking. So what Hatty has done about this is steal some of Oprah's questions from the past and ask her guests on this fab podcast where we find out what guests like to do on night in.
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We could listen to him all bloody night and day, It’s the cheek achingly funny Trevor Lock!
Wow what a ride these girls take us on this month - from ' who's going to bake the cake , now she's pregnant ' to strippers in their perfect night in ! It's Lou Saunders and Vanessa Hammick improv duo 'Hello' who run The liars club in Camden London .
Hatty runs Margaret Cabourn-Smith the multitled skilled funny actress a very Hot bath . Taking us through her messy house, umbrellas in the fruit bowl, How she got her signature meal via Phil Jupitus and spending a night in having a good flirt - this truly is one for the feel good file .
In This episode Hatty talks to improviser , writer and actor Michael Orton Toliver - I truly feel I have hit podcast royalty having an American on my podcast - I had cheek ache after and so will you.
This month we chat to star of BBC The Pranker , Bo selecta , Keith lemons sketch show, & Robert poppers Look around youtoname a few career highlights . Soon to be of MR BUM fame, ROSS LEE - things get bubbly in the bath this month as Ross sips a tea with two bags , tells us why he left stand up , hanging him self as a child (like Alice cooper), what he likes to do in the bath ...
In this episode Hatty talks to improvisor, comedian and musician, Rachel Parris. The discussion covers Jane Austen, Sex in the City, and Shepard's pie, but how do they all fit into Rachel's perfect night in? Listen to find out. .
Hatty Ashdown runs a bath for writer, director and comedian, Lee Kern. The discussion covers; comedy, creativity and, of course, Lee's perfect night in
This month Hatty is running a well deserved Bath for over talented actress , improviser , writer and cut the tampon tax campaigner Cariad Lloyd . She takes us through how she got into improvising , how it's changed in London in the last 10 years , her love of a good self help book & how it inspired her Edinburgh Fosters award nominee show.
Working in the creative arts, life is often not 9-5pm and an evening in is a very rare thing or if you do have one there is the guilt you should be working. So in this show my guests are invited to relax and share with me what they like to do with a guilt free night inn.
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