4 episodes

Cancel Culture is the hot topic that seems to be in an endless cycle of debate, but that’s not why we’re here. To us, Cancel Culture is often the consequence of your actions, but unfortunately ‘Consequences’ isn’t as catchy.

This new scripted weekly podcast series is your one-stop shop to catch up on the full story of who, what, or where has been cancelled. We’re not here to judge or take ourselves too seriously and while some stories will have complicated themes that will leave us thinking, others will have us laughing out loud. Hosted by Cameron Bernard Jones.

Cancelled Broccoli Productions

    • Comedy

Cancel Culture is the hot topic that seems to be in an endless cycle of debate, but that’s not why we’re here. To us, Cancel Culture is often the consequence of your actions, but unfortunately ‘Consequences’ isn’t as catchy.

This new scripted weekly podcast series is your one-stop shop to catch up on the full story of who, what, or where has been cancelled. We’re not here to judge or take ourselves too seriously and while some stories will have complicated themes that will leave us thinking, others will have us laughing out loud. Hosted by Cameron Bernard Jones.

    Nike

    Nike

    Its September 3rd 2018 and a tweet from an alt-right looking account goes viral. Embedded within the tweet is a forty-five second video which has racked up over eleven million views so far. It’s a single shot of a pair of white Nike trainers engulfed in flames on a burnt-out lawn. The trainers belong to an S Clancy, who by his own admission, has been a loyal customer of the multi-billion-dollar global sportswear brand for over 20 years. So, why would he proudly set fire to his favourite pair of sneakers? To answer that question, we need to rewind the clock, two years prior to Friday, August 26th 2016 when the San Francisco 49ers and the Green Bay Packers were getting ready to play each other for a preseason NFL game in California.

    • 20 min
    Alison Roman

    Alison Roman

    May last year. Do you remember that time? A strange and eerie period where lockdown still felt new. Think shuttered shops and restaurants, and more people than ever working from home. Remember that context as you listen to this episode and ask yourself how much lockdown boredom -and the never-ending entertainment of celebrities fighting -may have played a part in the media storm surrounding food writer and chef Alison Roman whose career grounded in making good food accessible, was being questioned about elitism, and her role in what critic Roxana Hadidi called ‘colonialisation as cuisine’.



    This episode was written by Coco Khan.



    This is a Broccoli Production. 

    • 19 min
    Piers Morgan

    Piers Morgan

    Morning television; It’s a medium built upon being the relaxing background music to your pre-breakfast routine. A light fusion of news, entertainment, and weather, wrapped up with soft furnishings and ambient intro music, with the melodious alto of a Scottish woman never far away. (Carol Kirkwood and Lorraine Kelly–holler). Hardly a bastion of excitement. But such tranquillity is fertile ground for a disruptor, and there is perhaps nobody more deserving of that adjective than one Piers Morgan.



    This episode was written by Anton Ferrie.



    This is a Broccoli Production. 

    • 19 min
    Trailer

    Trailer

    New Series coming soon

    • 2 min

Top Podcasts In Comedy

Listeners Also Subscribed To