Comedians Gabriel Bisset-Smith and Robert Cawsey are joined by award winning writer Vicky Jones to candidly discuss the topics we can all feel Guilt & Shame in. With the help of listeners stories and some special guests, this trio will leave no shameful stone unturned.





Robert Cawsey

Robert is an actor and comedian, trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Ecole Phillipe Gaulier in Paris. In comedy he has played festivals all over the UK including Edinburgh, Latitude and Bestival. His debut solo show “Simon Slack: The Fantasist” was produced by Soho Theatre’s as part of their 2016 Edinburgh Fringe programme. It also did a run at Soho Theatre in 2016. As an actor he has worked extensively in theatre, film and TV. Most recently in Stella (Sky 1), Close to the Enemy (BBC) and Carnage (BBC) by Simon Amstell.

Gabriel Bisset-Smith

BAFTA nominated writer/actor/director/comedian from London. He's had plays produced at the Hampstead Theatre, York Theatre Royal and for BBC Radio Four. He's been on attachment at the Soho Theatre, the Royal Court and has been nominated for the Off West End Most Promising Playwright award. His short film "Thrush" won the 2010 Vimeo Best Narrative award. He was a regular story contributor on the acclaimed TV series SKINS. He was named one of Dazed & Confused magazines Dazed Visionaries and they commissioned him, alongside the likes of James Franco and Bjork, to make his award winning film "Toilets".  He’s also directed lots of music videos and is a successful stand up comedian. Gabriel has just directed and co created the BBC’s groundbreaking multi platform murder mystery “The Last Hours of Laura K” which earned him a BAFTA nomination in digital creativity. The show was also nominated for a Prix Italia, best visual experience at SXSW Interactive and won a Gold and Audience award at the LOVIES.