55 min

Series 7, Episode 2 (Richard Herring & Deborah Frances-White) Do The Right Thing

    • Comedy

Richard Herring and Deborah Frances-White are the guests for a very fun show which covers gas leaks, the art of persuasion, extreme ghosting, taking your mother out on a date, the etiquette of watching TV with your partner and the world of Dominatrix-ing with former Dominatrix Miranda Kane - which includes a truly brilliant and bizarre story about a spanking retreat.


If you enjoy Do The Right Thing, then please spread the word to all and sundry. And if you're feeling flash and think we're worth it why not donate some money to allow us to pay ourselves a bit and plan for more episodes in the future - you can do that here. Also... follow us on Twitter (@DTRTpodcast), 'Like' the show on Facebook and comment on iTunes. Thanks!


Special Thanks this episode to... Gemma Higgins for transcription, Gwyn Rhys Davies for his assistance at the recording and The Phoenix in London for hosting the gig.


Additional credits: Music by Martin White, additional material by David Reed, illustration by Sally Grosart, produced by Ben Walker For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Richard Herring and Deborah Frances-White are the guests for a very fun show which covers gas leaks, the art of persuasion, extreme ghosting, taking your mother out on a date, the etiquette of watching TV with your partner and the world of Dominatrix-ing with former Dominatrix Miranda Kane - which includes a truly brilliant and bizarre story about a spanking retreat.


If you enjoy Do The Right Thing, then please spread the word to all and sundry. And if you're feeling flash and think we're worth it why not donate some money to allow us to pay ourselves a bit and plan for more episodes in the future - you can do that here. Also... follow us on Twitter (@DTRTpodcast), 'Like' the show on Facebook and comment on iTunes. Thanks!


Special Thanks this episode to... Gemma Higgins for transcription, Gwyn Rhys Davies for his assistance at the recording and The Phoenix in London for hosting the gig.


Additional credits: Music by Martin White, additional material by David Reed, illustration by Sally Grosart, produced by Ben Walker For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

55 min

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