By Roisin Kilroy
Have you ever wondered who looked better in a toga out of Julius Caesar, Caligula or Nero? We have- frequently.
Speaking Hypothetically is a weekly podcast that plays the game kiss, marry or kill with famous figures from history. From the ridiculous to the gruesome and downright dastardly, we assess the lives and legacies of our chosen victims, and figure out if they would get lucky, put a ring on it or die by our hypothetical swords.
Join Áine, Daniel and I, this week as we look at the dashing Lord Byron, prolific Lewis Carroll and the eternally friend-zoned W.B Yeats.
Warning: this podcast contains bad language and themes of an adult nature.
By Rachel Davidson
THREE C’S IN A POD is a weekly podcast where host Rachel Davidson gets into the minds of stand-up comedians. This episode features Canadian comic and Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Tony Law, and two up-and-coming local stars of the scene, Bob Graham and Fern Brady. They talk cats from hell, crazed Glaswegian rappers and Romania.
By Tom Crosby
Comedy Cuts is a short podcast hosted by Tom Crosby that aims delve into the workings of the comedy industry.
Each episode contains an interview taken from a diverse range of comedy professionals, from stand ups, to agents, to writers and beyond.
In this podcast Tom is joined on the phone by comedy sitcom writer Martin Holmes.
Claire White, Entertainment Correspondent
Jason Manford will take to the stage at the Edinburgh Playhouse this weekend.
The dates are part of Jason Manford’s second national tour, which started in July 2010 and runs to the end of 2011.
This is your last chance to catch the comedian up close and personal, before he embarks on an arena tour this October.
Jason Manford will return to Scotland to perform at the Glasgow SECC on October 19th.
Friday 30th September – Saturday 1st October
Over 16’s only