We caught up with the stars of this new comedy podcast to talk podcasting, comedy, and why - despite a shed-load of contrary evidence - people still think improv comedy is shit.
Regulators. I'm regulating any stealing of your property (or other violations). I'm damn good too. But you can't be any geek off the streets. You’ve gotta be handy with the steel if you know what I mean (I MEAN A GUN), earn your keep. Let me, His Royal G-Funkness Warren H, break you off with my favourite rules and regulations..
Word on the street is that a new naked restaurant has opened up in London. I’m not having that, there’s only room for one naked restaurant, and that's my Naked Brasserie. Come on down for a stir fry and a cold beer. Or I’ll heat that beer up for you if you like, whatever.
The Naked Chef’s latest recipe book ‘Wok Out with your Cock Out’ is available from The Naked Brasserie now.
In my wisdom and charity I have decided to add some additional extracurricular lessons for our listeners. This was prompted, in part, by the receipt of several gifts from dutiful listeners who truly understand what it is to be a good listener (gifts) and what the proper dynamic between student and pupil is (gifts).
The important document you are now reading can be seen as an accompaniment to episode #17 of Fact Up! - ART. A study aid if you will. A studcompaidment.
Shaun Attwood is a charming, eloquent and mild mannered man from rural England; not necessarily what you’d expect from someone who was once atop of a drug empire in Arizona. He has been referred to as the ‘Scarface’ of ecstasy but this title was obviously handed down by someone who hadn’t met him. Shaun assured us that ecstasy distribution was more ‘shoulder rubs, cuddle puddles and Vicks inhalers’ than the ‘chainsaws and violence’ associated with his cocaine counterpart.