After the main interview, we continued our conversation to turn towards comedy on the radio. I wanted to ask Jo about her work in radio comedy for those at the Nerve Radio, and the student radio community, who have an interest in creating comedy for the airwaves.
One of my plans as Nerve’s new station manager is to get more speakers in the industry to come to the university to speak to members of Nerve and radio students at BU.
Doug Stanhope has been doing stand-up comedy for over 21 years. The American’s style ranges from “true-life” graphic perversion to volatile social critism”, but whatever he chooses, you can guarantee it will be an alcohol fuelled evening for both Doug and the audience. Before hitting the road, Doug took some jet-lagged time out to speak to Charlotte Gay about his upcoming tour.
Thrust into the limelight for his for his Mercury nominated album Kitty Jay, folk singer-songwriter Seth Lakeman has returned to the scene with a new found freedom from record label giants. The Devonian musician took some time out from his bow shredding antics to talk to Charlotte Gay, before hitting Bournemouth shores this month.