by Edinburgh Man
Tags: edinburgh festival, fringe, indie
The second podcast from the Edinburgh Fringe. Gordon and I have moved under the shadow of a giant inflatable purple cow, and next to an ice cream van. We talk about more fringe shows and play some indie rock! There are some rambling reviews for shows including Jean Abreu and 65daysofstatic's "Inside", Robin Ince's "Carl Sagan is Still My God" and Robin Ince and Michael Legge's "Pointless Anger, Righteous Ire". We also pick out some shows that we'd like to see before the end of the festival. But the real treat on this show is an interview with comedian and rock god Dave Hill who has two shows at the fringe: "Big in Japan" and "The Dave Hill Explosion". Many, many thanks to Dave for taking time out from a hectic Fringe to have a chat in a attic high above the Pleasance. Podsafe music in this episode is played courtesy of IODAPromonet, Music Alley and Polyvinyl records. Some tracks are also released under Creative Commons licences.
by The Pod Delusion
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Tags: Nadine Dorries, David Tredinnick, Robin Ince
This week we interview Nate Phelps (son of Fred Phelps from the Westboro Baptist Church) and comedian Robin Ince about his new book, and look at which MPs made it on to the health select committee.
The full version of my interview with Robin Ince. Hear about his new book, and some other stuff I cut out of the main show for time. Don't worry, it's stunningly sycophantic because I'm a massive fan and it's not every day you get to talk to your heroes.