Comedian Ali Warwood joins Ben & Liam in the shed to talk about popcorn, bathing in condiments, orienteering and ASMR.
This episode was recorded the day before the UK's ill-fated election; released to Patreon just before Christmas and to the p
Bim Adeyi is a stand-up comic currently based in Cambridge, who joins Liam & Ben this week to discuss The Reptilian Agenda conspiracy theory, our circus roles and favourite directors.
You can find Bim on Facebook:
Stand-up comedian Kathryn Mather joins Liam & Ben to answer questions pulled from The Almighty Hat. Topics this week include infinite money, simulation games and naming our sex tapes.
You can find Kathryn on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KathMa
Rich “Woke, Feminist Geezer” Wilson is a fantastic stand-up comic, who also hosts Insane In The Men Brain - a chat show about men's mental health.
Find Rich on Twitter:
Check out Insane In The Men Brain on yo
Jay Foreman is a stand-up comedian, children's comic and YouTube creator. He joins us to chat about haunting, re-casting roles with Robin Williams and giving bad advice.
Check out Jay's website: https://www.jayforeman.co.uk/
And Jay's YouTube
Simon Caine is a stand-up comic, writer and podcast host who we've been trying to pin-down for about a year now. He was kind enough to find time to talk to us in a field, during the Cambridge Comedy Fringe Festival. We chat about accessorising
Bim Adeyi, a fantastic stand-up comedian, joins us to talk about things we'd love to catapult towards other things, and how we'd avoid getting killed by Henry VIII. Bim is a stand-up comedian, orginally from Canada, who can be found performing
Iszi Lawrence is a stand-up comic, podcaster and history buff who generously made time to appear on this fortnight's Conversation Hat Podcast. We discuss our ideal burial items, the reasons that Mongolia completely pwned in Age of Empires II, a
Comedian Chris Norton-Walker joins the Conversation Hat crew to discuss all manner of things, not just boners: school trips to Russia; the difference between Marmite and Vegemite; hunter-gathering; and Liam's handwriting.
This episode features
The worst baby names, short shorts and the end of the world are up for discussion this week with comedian Tony Law.
Recorded backstage at The Junction, Cambridge (that's why it's all reverbie)
This episode features the Market Research sketch,