Food for your ears | The week's comedy on demand

Food for your ears

The week's comedy on demand

The week's comedy on demand.

Off Menu with James Acaster and Ed Gamble

The comedy duo have launch a new food-based podcast, appropriately enough on the Acast network, in which the comics chat to guests about their ideal meal: starter, main course, dessert, side dish and drink.

Scroobius Pip is up first with future episodes featuring Grace Dent, Joel Dommett and Richard Osman.

The pair - both regulars on Mock The Week – previously made a video series called Just Puddings in which Acaster describes sweet treats to diabetic Gamble.

Listen to the new podcast on iPlayer or Acast.

Russell Brand: Re:Birth

The loquacious stand-up ruminates on the state of the world and marvels over how his life changed the moment he became a father in this new Netflix special, recorded in London. Watch here.

The Young Offenders

As we reported earlier in the week, the BBC has dumped a huge wodge of box sets on to iPlayer in a bid to take on Netflix this festive season. We recommend The Young Offenders, if you didn't catch it first time around, a riotous comedy about the misadventures of tearaways Conor and Jock in inner-city Cork. Watch here and read our review of episode one here

Thea-Skot Through The Heart And You're To Blame

The powerhouse improviser and character comedian provides this week's new release for stand-up streaming service NextUp. Recorded at this year's Edinburgh Fringe, the high-octane show features ballads from a lovelorn Oyster Card and the British Passport, Bon Jovi with a phallic hand-puppet and Dame Shirley Bassey in a large 70s paper lampshade. Watch here.

Published: 8 Dec 2018

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