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Museum Of Comedy Podcast
Comedy historian Robert Ross talks to some of the great practitioners of the art of comedy. The interviews were recorded live at The Museum Of Comedy in London.
Apr 22, 2018
Series 2, Episode 4 - Jess Conrad
Currently appearing in ITV's Last Laugh In Vegas, Jess Conrad talks to Robert Ross about his career as an actor and singer, and regales with a series of riotous anecdotes.
1 hr 21 min
Mar 10, 2018
Series 2, Episode 3 - Peter Egan
Ever Decreasing Circles star Peter Egan discusses the acting and directing work he's done across his long and varied TV and stage career.
1 hr 4 min
Jan 14, 2018
Series 2, Episode 2 - Bill Oddie
Bill Oddie talks to Robert Ross about his career, including his years with The Goodies and his work presenting wildlife programmes.
1 hr 10 min
Dec 10, 2017
Series 2, Episode 1 - Mark Gatiss
Robert Ross talks to Mark Gatiss about his career. In this entertaining chat, they discuss The League Of Gentlemen, Doctor Who, his love of horror films, and some of his other TV, radio and film work.
1 hr 12 min
Jun 26, 2016
Series 1, Episode 8 - Danny Baker
The always entertaining Danny Baker talks about a variety of topics related to his career, from his early days on radio to the success of Cradle To Grave.
1 hr 22 min
Jun 12, 2016
Series 1, Episode 7 - Vera Day
Vera Day talks about her career in film, television and stage. She chats about her work on the Hammer film series, how itching powder complicated one role, what it was like to work with a 'difficult' Marilyn Monroe, and much more.
May 29, 2016
Series 1, Episode 6 - Barry Cryer
Robert Ross and his audience are entertained by the 'butterfly mind' of living comedy legend Barry Cryer. The I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue star recalls stories from his enviable, long, and wildly varied career, writing and performing both with and for stars like Dick Emery, The Two Ronnies, Les Dawson, The Pythons, Kenny Everett and Morecambe & Wise. This episode is definitely not to be missed!
May 15, 2016
Series 1, Episode 5 - Trevor and Simon
Legends of Saturday morning kids' TV, Trevor & Simon, join Robert Ross in this edition of Live From Leicester Square. The duo talk about their new online comedy project Strangeness In Space; struggling for money when starting out in comedy; their early live shows; and of course finding fame on Saturday TV. Just remember: they don't do duvets!
1 hr 24 min
May 1, 2016
Series 1, Episode 4 - Sally Geeson
Actor Sally Geeson talks to Robert Ross about her career, primarily in comedy, and working with film, radio and TV star Sid James. With a number of Carry On film credits to her name, she is best known for her relationship with Sid, playing daughter Sally Abbott in his hit ITV sitcom Bless This House.
Apr 17, 2016
Series 1, Episode 3 - Christopher Beeny
Actor Christopher Beeny talks to Robert Ross about his life and career. From Last Of The Summer Wine to The Rag Trade, and starring alongside Dame Thora Hird in In Loving Memory to much-loved drama Upstairs, Downstairs, and the UK's first TV soap, The Grove Family, they discuss an acting legacy covering seven decades.
1 hr 8 min
Apr 3, 2016
Series 1, Episode 2 - Bernard Cribbins
Robert Ross in Conversation with Bernard Cribbins: In this episode, Robert chats to Bernard Cribbins OBE, the actor, comic and best-selling singer perhaps best known as the voice of The Wombles, Right Said Fred, and popular recurring stint in the revived series of Doctor Who.
1 hr 7 min
Feb 13, 2016
Series 1, Episode 1 - Michael Palin & Terry Jones
Robert Ross in Conversation with Michael Palin & Terry Jones: The first episode to be released from this new series of podcasts documenting a year of comedy conversations hosted by comedy historian Robert Ross. Michael Palin and Terry Jones discuss everything from their fifty-year comedy partnership, from Oxford University to the Monty Python farewell shows.
1 hr 10 min