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SE3 EP9 - Upside Down Toast
This episode we have returning guest and sometimes co-host Ian Irvine back on the pod to catch up on his life moves, incels and of course, comedy.
Closing track is 'Incel' by MCHD
Listen to the track here: https://soundcloud.com/mchd97/incel
or check out all their music here:
Visit www.jamiejacksonati.com to see all my crap. Cheers!
SE3 EP8 - El Jon
On this episode, we have Jon "Lofty", a DJ-come-IT whizz and we have a wide-ranging conversation. The first half is a deep-dive into trauma, therapy, and recovery, whilst the second half is mostly about music, videos, blooper reels and any old chat.
The closing song is by Choir! Choir! Choir! And is a cover of ‘Working for the Weekend’ originally by Loverboy.
Listen to the track here:
SE3 EP7 - Green Smoothie
This episode we have musician and artist Ed B on to talk about leaving his job and investing full time in his talents. Dom also joins us as we sit in his garden on a lovely sunny day and talk about television, UFOs, evolution, conspiracy theories, and David Icke. We also do a lot of pull-ups because we're alpha males. Definitely.
Closing track is ‘Watching Television (NPR Tote Bag Mix)’ by Karlo Takki.
SE3 EP6 - More Tea Vicar
Yes, hello and welcome to another episode off the Early Late Night review, where we're joined by creative and academic powerhouses Maren and her partner Alex, who talk about stand up comedy, politics, Brexit, Comedy Unleashed, graphic design and the differences between Germany and the UK. TOTAL BANTER FOREVER.
Ian also joins us to explain to everyone he's still Scottish. Just.
Closing song is a cover of David Hasselhoff's 'Looking for Freedom' by a band called Rodos you can check out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHIohCUNtzc
SE3 EP5 - Bumhatting
In this episode we celebrate close friend and general person Tom B returning from Australia to start his London life. We're also joined by another person called Tom and of course Ian turns up.
Loads of banter on the banter train to Banterville. Unfortunately this train terminates as Low Energy Crewe. But it's a free ride, so what do you expect? Laters.
SE3 EP4 - Due to an Error
For this episode, we're joined by (award winning!) comic Belle Fin as she lets us into her lovely Westminster pad to chat about music and creativity. And we somehow end up down a self-help rabbit hole.
This episode is also spliced with exasperated real calls to the Tory Head Office as for some reason Belle Fin's number is also mistakenly given out as some sort of Tory hotline for moaning.
The closing song is an instrumental of 'Hello' by Lionel Richie that is performed by Gilles Petry on his Yamaha Genos.
You can view this snazzy keyboard and performance on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BT1id4ZQcFM