Win a chance to make a guest appearance on a hit podcast | Comic Relief prize draw launched

Win a chance to make a guest appearance on a hit podcast

Comic Relief prize draw launched

Podcast fans are being offered the chance to be a guest on the favourite shows, thanks to a prize draw being run by Comic Relief.

Six hit shows, including My Dad Wrote a Porno and Ed Gamble and James Acaster's Off Menu are taking part in the competition, with people encouraged to pay £10 per entry.

The other shows – all on the Acast network  – are  White Wine Question Time Podcast with Kate Thornton, Thanks a Million with  Angela Scanlon, true-crime podcast RedHanded and  Private Parts with Jamie Laing and Francis Boulle.

In a statement, the My Dad Wrote a Porno team of Jamie Morton, Alice Levine and James Cooper, pictured, said: 'Hearing about Belinda’s capers is even more visceral, eye-watering and shocking in the room – but if that’s your jam...so be it! 

'We’re proud to be supporting Comic Relief in any way we can — and we’re looking forward to recording an episode with the unlucky winner.'

Acast’s UK content director Sam Shetabi said: 'How many times have you been listening to your favourite podcast and thought "I would totally nail these questions"? 

'We’re itching to make that dream a reality for some lucky listeners, and all for an incredibly worthy cause. We’re sure many of us have our Off Menu dream menu ready to go, or our Belinda Blumenthal puns up our sleeves." 

To enter the prize draws visit www.comicrelief.com/guestfest. Entries close on August 2, with all proceeds going to those hit by the coronavirus pandemic. Guest appearances will be recorded remotely this summer.

Published: 30 Jun 2020

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