Young and Naive with Alex Morris

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This episode is with the super funny and original, Kat Bond. Kat is amazing and her show, Loo Roll, is one of the best shows of this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Enjoy the episode, guys!
This episode is extremely late, but I assure you it's great because the guest is the wonderful, Oren Brimer. Here is the link to See You Around: https://vimeo.com/155757208 Enjoy the episode, guys!
This episode I got to sit down with Seth Barrish in New York. Seth is a brilliant actor that you would've seen in a ton of stuff. He also directed My Boyfriend's Girlfriend and Thank God For Jokes for Mike Birbiglia (both on Netflix, check 'em out). Seth was so great to talk to and I hope you guys enjoy this chat. Share it if you liked it!
This week's guest is the brilliant, Will Hines! Will Skypes from LA to talk improv teaching, rituals and moving across the country. Will's book, How To Be the Greatest Improviser on Earth is incredible and I couldn't recommend it enough. Soundcloud don't like links so google it ya damn self! Use the offer code: YABOYALEX at checkout at any site online for a 50% discount (that's not real, don't do that). Thank you for listening!
This week on the podcast are the incredible improvisers, Shaun Lowthian and Rhys Collier! Both are members of the brilliant troupe, Do Not Adjust Your Stage, as well as being involved in the FA! Shaun is in The Wilsons, Rhys in Sweet Fanny Adams. We talked improv, history of their teams and performing in general. Loved speaking to them, hope you enjoy!
Hey! This is a throwback episode that has gone unreleased for six months. The episode features the 2015-16 Mainstage Improv Troupe, Running a Mock. Those featured in the episode are: Andrew Marks, Sean O'Keefe, George Collecott, Rupert Sadler, Sophia Crisafulli, Vanessa Mathews and Catherine Haslam. These are all the best people. Make sure to have the volume low or you'll damage your ears. Enjoy!
This week's guest is the incredible, Lola Rose Maxwell. Lola talks improv, being a rowdy teen and recording audiobooks - something I had no idea she did. Hope you all enjoy the episode as much as I enjoyed recording it! Share it!
This week the guest is one of my improv heroes, Chris Gethard! His new hour is called Career Suicide and deals with mental health in an incredible storytelling format. Go see it! The show is on every evening at 10pm in the Pleasance Dome! Enjoy the episode, guys!
Today we have the hilarious, Naomi Petersen! We discussed how she got started and the joys of improv. Go see her debut Fringe hour if you're in Edinburgh at any point in August! If you're not, previews are a plenty throughout the rest of July! Enjoy the episode and don't forget to subscribe!
This week my guest is the insanely funny stand-up, Alex Edelman. Alex talks David Foster Wallace, family and starting comedy in Boston. Enjoy the episode!
Whitmer Thomas video chats from LA on this week's episode. Watch the Blink 182 bit being referenced throughout: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EB-9Aa6G4g8 Enjoy the show and don't forget to rate, review and subscribe. The very funny Whitmer Thomas, everybody...
This week it's a good friend of mine, Vanessa Mathews! Vanessa is an improviser from the US, enjoying her last few months in London - needed to have her on the show before she goes! Enjoy the episode and PLEASE review, rate and subscribe. G'day.
Stand-up, Phil Wang talks childhood, Soho, Fringe and London in this new episode of Young and Naive! As always, rate, review, subscribe! Share the episode around. Go.
All the way from New York through a FaceTime call is Josh Gondelman! Josh writes for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and has a new stand-up hour coming out. The creator of Twitter's Modern Seinfeld talks on this week's episode of Young and Naive with Alex Morris! Share it, people! Happy 2016!
This week three fully grown men had to cram into my tiny flat and sit on my bed to record. Wittank talked sketch, the Fringe and their origins with me! Check it out!
Hey! This was one of my favourite things ever. Neil Mullarkey sat down to talk 30 years of the Comedy Store Players, fellow Players, Andy Smart and Richard Vranch joined. All were so nice, told stories and made me not want to leave that room. Hope you enjoy! Rate, review, subscribe, share as per!
Sorry for the delay of uploading! Recorded this a couple weeks back now but my audio from mics to laptop decided to cock-up. The brilliant Ben Pope came to my flat and had a good, long talk about stand up, Cambridge Footlights and even Jazz (cultured). Enjoy!
This ain't no normal episode. Instead of a comedian, we have my best friend Ben as we both prepare to part ways to go to university! Hope you like him as much as I do. Follow him @bennells and follow me @AlexInWriting. Rate, review and subscribe as always please folks!
The very funny Jena Friedman sits down with me at the Fringe. Jena wrote on David Letterman and up until its end this month, was a producer on The Daily Show. I apologise as I noticed during playback that my mic is rather quiet. Hopefully this isn't an issue! I am going to San Francisco for a week and then off to start uni in London so the next episode may not be for a few weeks. In that hiatus, please continue to share the podcast as much as possible! Please rate, review and subscribe!
Chris Martin is on the show this week! If you liked the sound of him, I recommend you check out his musings in his podcast! Here is the link: http://carlandchrispodcast.com/listen/ Thank you to all that listen and say nice things. Please share the podcast as much as possible if you do enjoy it!
On this episode, I talk sketch comedy and love of music with the brilliant and lovely Steve Dawson. I must admit, I checked the date of the Muppet Show release after being praised for my knowledge. I was a year off. I'm ashamed and embarrassed. Apologies to the Henson family. Rate, review and subscribe!
In the first episode of Young and Naive with Alex Morris, I chat to the very funny, Megan Ford. We discuss Megan's new show Feminasity as she prepares to take it to the Fringe in August. Go see it! Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe! Enjoy!
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Podcast Details

Created by
Young and Naive
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Jul 29th, 2015
Latest Episode
Aug 31st, 2017
Release Period
8 per year
Episodes
22
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No
Language
English

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