What makes a person's point of view? Their job? Where they are born? Family? Culture? Trauma? Comedian Struan Logan talks to distinctive performers from across the globe about what makes them the people they are. The chats are intimate, funny and honest letting folk bask in their failures. For more details for contact Struan on @StruanLogan on social media, email@example.com or for upcoming guests check out his website: www.struanlogan.com
An intimate chat with backbone of the Scottish comedy scene Vladimir McTavish about his pro-independence slant being part of his comedy, predicting 2016 would be a politically "uneventful year."
An intimate and honest chat with Sam See, South East Asia's only openly gay comedian. We share a mutual love of whisky, dealing with arsehole acts and a great insight into living under a benevolent ruer.
An intimate and honest chat about John Hastings where we talk about the power of real items for promotion, the mentality of accused comedians and using a saxophonists to crush your enemies.
An intimate and honest chat with Lauren Bok chatting about improv, family therapy and polyamory.
An intimate and honest chat with John Robertson, stand-up comedian and creator of the dark room talking about what has shaped John throughout his stand-up.
Kiwi comedian James Nokise sits down with Struan Logan to discuss the pride of being a social justice warrior and how arguments on social media relates back to colonialism.