A podcast where stand up comedian Lee Kyle talks to people about one specific aspects of their life, work or personality.
What's it like... to live in Japan?
What's it like?... to live in Japan?
Lee Kyle wants to find out about things he doesn't know, so, in this podcast series, he interviews somebody and hones in on one specific aspect of their life, work or personality.
In this episode he talks to Alice Robison about what it's like to live in Japan.
Alice lived in Okinawa for a year, was she able to assimilate? What surprised her? Would she go back? A fascinating chat about an interesting place.
This was available last week at patreon.com/feltnowt where you can now find bonus content about fetish and kit-kats.
What's It Like? - To have diabetes
In this podcast series, Lee Kyle is trying to become less ignorant. He's asking people about one particular facet of their personalities, jobs or lives that he knows little about.
This episode is with comedian and playwright Catherine Scott who is diabetic. Lee thought it basically meant that you couldn't have a Twix whenever you wanted, turns out there's more to it than that..
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Then, after considering it, do it. Ta!
What's It Like? with Lee Kyle - Episode 1, working on a Rape Crisis helpline
A new podcast where comedian Lee Kyle talks to people about one particular aspect of their lives.
This week is a fascinating conversation with Dawn Bowman who works for Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland about what it is like to work on their helplines.
Obviously, this is a heavy subject so be aware of that going in, but also know that none of this is in any way sensationalised and we aren't telling stories about the calls. This is about how Dawn feels about the job and the issues around it. It's hugely enlightening.
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