EP.42 - BRIDGET CHRISTIE & STEVE MASON

Adam talks to writer, actor and comedian Bridget Christie with music from Steve Mason. Recorded live at The End Of The Road Festival in September 2016.

Music and jingles by Adam Buxton.

Thanks to Seamus Murphy Mitchell for production support, Matt Lamont for convo editing and to Acast for hosting this podcast. Download their app and check out their many other excellent shows.

Comments

Submitted by: Danielle   2 years 6 months ago

Loved your interview with Bridget Christie! She's one of my favourite people and I really enjoyed reading her A Book for Her, so it was great to hear her speak about it and also have a little ramble chat about her biker days and parenting style.

I look forward to your podcast each week and can't wait to see who you're chatting with tomorrow!

I also wanted to take a quick mo to say thank you very much for introducing me to the music of Lianne La Havas - she's wonderful and I'm a huge fan now thanks to your podcast! I wondered if you had considered interviewing Nao (Neo Jessica Joshua) - she's another East London singer with a wonderful voice. If you haven't listened to her music I would recommend trying In The Morning off her album For All We Know- it's electro-bad-assery and could be up your street.

Anyhow, thank you muchly for the podding!

BYEEEEE!

Submitted by: Si of Stotfold   2 years 6 months ago

Adam firstly, i must apologies.. what was i thinking.. somehow, and I am blaming my pet cat for this, i have only just discovered your pot casts. They are flipping fab dabs. funny, interesting and thought provoking all at the same time wow. "My wife" and cat are not as interested as me but don’t worry im working on them both. Anyway ta smiley face.

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