Hiya, had a bit of a break from podcasting for a while, to concentrate on getting Cook’d and Bomb’d all spruced up. Hopefully you should see a new direction kicking in for that place very soon. I’ve still been going my Sunday night CaB Radio shows, and so have a few of those to edit for inclusion as podcasts here.
This latest one is from Sunday 25th September, and I’m joined again by ApexJazz, as we discuss the Samuel Beckett play “Waiting For Godot.” Then we get into Chris Morris, with particular focus on Blue Jam, and Apex argues that the shows sound as if they were directly influenced by the work of American “National Public Radio” legend, Joe Frank. There are certainly a lot of similarities, but Blue Jam has always seemed like a natural – if extreme – evolution of the Robert Katz monologues that he was performing on the Chris Morris 1993 GLR shows. Always interesting to look at possible influences, though.
Finally, a monologue about the first episode of Fresh Meat, the new Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong comedy drama, which I’ve found myself instantly getting into.