Adam talks with old friend Louis Theroux (journalist and documentarian) about infantilism, booze, parenting and a shameful memory, before enjoying a bit of singing.

Thanks to Seamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and Matt Lamont for additional editing.


Submitted by: Mark Bickerdike   2 years 7 months ago

I recently started going out for daily evening walks and this podcast is the companion though this particular one with Adam & Louis had me giggling like a loon whilst going past dog walkers and the like. Really made me chuckle a lot and I'm now typing this whilst listening to the Beach Boys Pet Sounds album - not half as funny

Submitted by: Lucy   2 years 8 months ago

I have listened to this episode an unhealthy and disturbing number of times. In a good way. Thank you Adam!

Submitted by: Jo   2 years 11 months ago

Late to the party but I enjoyed this SO much Adam and Louis. Been in stitches at my desk! So cheering - much needed in these gloomy times. x

Submitted by: Mark Thomas   2 years 12 months ago

I just found myself writing 'Meaning?' on a pupil's work I was marking, and it made me giggle to myself. Thanks.

Submitted by: Rodders   3 years 1 month ago

So so good love it. First work of yours I've listed to in years. Still use the quote 'shafted are you ' tickled me back in the nineties puts a smile on my face to this day.

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