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Cariad talks to stand-up comedian and podcasters Geoff Lloyd (Reasons to be Cheerful, Adrift), Josie Long (Shortcuts, Celebrity Masterchef) and Camille Ucan (Birthday Girls House Party, Lee & Dean) in this special live episode as part of the Underbelly Festival on the Southbank. Recorded in July 2019. As ever they talk grief, knickers + sponsored funerals.You can follow Geoff on twitter @geofflloyd, Josie @josielong and Camille @camilleucan and all their podcasts are available in the usual places. You can follow the Griefcast on twitter and instagram @thegriefcast.Griefcast won Gold (always believe in your soul) in Best Entertainment, Best Interview + also Podcast of the Year 2018 at the British Podcast Awards and Best Podcast at the ARIA's. It is hosted by Cariad Lloyd, edited by Kate Holland, recorded at Whistledown Studios and the music is provided by The Glue Ensemble. And remember, you are not alone. Support this show  See for privacy and opt-out information.
There’s nothing more glamorous than a limousine, right…? And Beattie Edmondson wants you to come along for the ride. But things don’t go exactly to plan… For the last in the series of Birthday Girls’ House Party, Beattie has hired a limo and they’re picking-up Josh Widdicombe en route. Expect tales of embarrassing parents, a prom-themed game with a rather bizarre ending and some stories that really ‘stretch’ the truth. A Whistledown production for BBC Sounds.
I’ll tell you what Camille Ucan wants. What she really, really wants… It’s a 90s party in her kitchen with the other Birthday Girls. And time for comedians and podcasters Stevie Martin & Tessa Coates to don their scrunchies and join the gang. Expect print-outs of your favourite pop stars, unbelievably expensive sweets and a lorra lorra laughs. Plus, Beattie’s timekeeping finally catches up with her as she arrives late. Really late. A Whistledown production for BBC Sounds.
Rose Johnson formally requests the presence of Beattie Edmondson, Camille Ucan and comedian Lucy Pearman for a prim and proper Victorian party. Expect authentic parlour games, a spectacular (and sincere) musical number and some Victorian-era facts you definitely weren’t taught in school... Plus, there’s unexpected cabbage chat and an array of potato delights. A Whistledown production for BBC Sounds
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