"Very funny" TIME OUT. "Fluent twaddle" RADIO TIMES. "Podcast pioneers" DAILY MAIL. Sowerby and Luff present the latest edition of their award-nominated and highly addictive weekly podcast, which has now racked up over 10 million downloads.
Sowerby and Luff's Big Thing [Ep 30]
A special bumper episode to celebrate 10 years of Sowerby & Luff podcasts. Featuring flashbacks from 2005 when it all began, and a bucket load of curious clips from B&G's podcasting travels.
Sowerby and Luff's Big Thing [Ep 29]
Would you have plastic surgery to look like William Shakespeare? Plus, sheep joining in with Swan Lake, mushrooms that look like little men, mice singing Billy Joel songs, and a dog smoking a pipe.
Sowerby and Luff's Big Thing [Ep 28]
You can’t give lettuce to a duck. Plus, International Pie Day freezing your hair, when seagulls attack, a translation device for cats, and getting glassed by a basilisk on a Friday night.
Sowerby and Luff's Big Thing [Ep 27]
Cats attacking bananas. Plus, photographs of people coughing, Redhead Awareness Day and vegetables that begin with the letter D. Also, Brian wears Georgina on his head and a man in his pants jumps into the snow in Boston.
Sowerby and Luff's Big Thing [Ep 26]
Does eating eggs make you more generous? Plus, kangaroos serving in McDonalds, a penguin with a cat on its head and the Loch Ness Monster in a soup pan.
Sowerby and Luff's Big Thing [Ep 25]
A cat-eating alligator. Plus, Georgina is up for the Nobel Prize for Quantum Physics and Brian is introduced to whiskey. Also, when is a moon not a moon and would you let a Chinese toddler drive you home from the pub?
Hillarious but not original they have just takin itger podcasts n put them into this
This podcast is a complete waste of time. Just not in the slightest bit funny...
An extended journey on the train of thought
B&G have been wondering around the "nonsense on the Internet" for a good while now but like any long journey you have to expect that there are moments of "comedy gold" and moments that are well, not so much.
Would I recommend this journey? Absolutely. But bring sandwiches and flask of tea.