The best of Russell's shows on Radio X
Catch unaired content and all the best bits of Russell Brand's Radio X show on this podcast.
Introducing That’s a First! Season 2!
Hi Russell Brand fans!
Radio X are releasing Season 2 of a podcast we think you’ll enjoy. That’s A First! is hosted by comedians Maisie Adam and Tom Lucy and in each episode they’re joined by a guest who reveals some interesting firsts from their life… and then gets ripped to shreds. In series 1 we heard about the first time Romesh Ranganathan soiled himself just before he was due to go in stage and series 2 promises to be just as revealing with guests such as Joel Dommett, Kiri Pritchard McLean and Chris Kamara!
This is a quick taster from Maisie & Tom. If you like it, search ‘That’s a First!’ and subscribe on Global Player or wherever you get your podcasts.
New Podcast for you - Early Work with Rhys James!
Hello podcast listener. If you're a fan of Russell Brand then we think you'll enjoy another podcast, Early Work with Rhys James. Stand-up, panel show regular and the only comedian with a podcast, Early Work sees Rhys and guests reliving some of their most cringeworthy childhood and teenage attempts at creativity.
Search Early Work where you get your podcasts and find Rhys on Instagram and Twitter @rhysjamesy for more about the podcast.
EP33: When souls collide in a radio theatre (with Professor Brian Cox)
It happened. It really, really happened. A live broadcast (albeit with a 10 second delay), involving a metaphorical glass panel and a LIVE audience. What a beautiful thing.
EP32: A load of Nan-sense (with Wim Hof & Dr Lindsey Fitzharris)
This week, Russell & Matt spoke to Dr Lindsey Fitzharris about cutting people's legs off in Victorian times. Nasty. Also, Wim Hof was on the phone with advice on dealing with the (EXTREME) cold. Plus, Matt's "Forgotten Knowledge" continues to blossom.
EP31: Camp Gateau (with Ed Stafford & Robert Lacey)
This week, Matt was keen to dissect his recent camping experience with Russell. Is gateau a camping essential? Friend of the show Ed Stafford was on hand to clarify. Also, the lads spoke to Robert Lacey - Royal Correspondent on Netflix series, the Crown!
EP30: Lost a Gee, gained a Noel (with Theo Paphitis & Noel Gallagher)
Celebrating 30 episodes back on-air by throwing a loving embrace around wrinkly rocker Noel Gallagher, and lobbing business ideas at former Dragon’s Den ‘Dragon’ Theo Paphitis like he’s some sort of capitalist coconut shy.
A cheery cast of chuckles.
These are exuberantly executed chit chats between the three man band G, Matt Morgan, and Ole Rusty Rockets. They go in deep on the quirky qualms of each other’s character. These guys lead you through insightful ideas on the quandaries of life. G is the poet that knows it. Matt Morgan does his best at cutting down the growing Kudzu like ego that gets tangled in Russels head every once in a while. Much love you guys.
Meeting of the minds
You learn, you laugh, you ponder, conversations of substance.
Nonsensical word I can't remember
I am supposed to prefix this with a word that is something like pinkles to acknowledge I was sent here by the one episode. My memory is really bad due to faustbook. This show is great! It is three very clever sages being clever. I laugh a lot listening to the show.
I would have given 5 stars but had to retain one because the show dances around, but never mentions "Warhammer Quest!", the best board game of all time. Also, because of the overuse of "foaming at the gams" in place of something funny.