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Thursday, 4 November 2021

BRIAN & ROGER ..... MY PODCAST GUILTY PLEASURE ..... read the text before watching the video ..........


This might not be of much interest to many of you but, I wanted to tell you about my new podcast guilty pleasure. It's called Brian and Roger and is written by Harry Peacock and Dan Skinner.

Here's a quick synopsis .....

Brian & Roger met at a support meeting for divorced men.

Roger was attending because he was genuinely grieving the loss of his marriage.

Brian was instructed to attend by his solicitor if he wanted to dodge paying alimony.

Roger is in need of guidance and support which Brian willingly supplies.

Both are starting again.

Both are finding it hard.

One of them is nice !

Described as ' Best British comedy happening right now ' { Daily Telegraph }

They are now performing it at The Menier Chocolate Factory in London ..... a great off West End theatre which we have been to many times, in a former 1870's Menier Chocolate Factory ..... one of the most dynamic fringe venues in London.

There are about 50 podcasts and I have binge listened to all of them !!!

There aren't many available to upload to my blog and this isn't the best one but I have chosen one of the milder ones { don't want to offend any sensitive souls out there !!! } for you to get a taster. Also, just to say that Anne is a 93 year old lady that Roger lives with !!!









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25 comments:

  1. I prefer David Sedaris. This particular example didn't sell Roger and Brian to me. X

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    1. I admit this isn’t one of the funniest ones as there were only a couple available to upload but I do find them funny ….. we don’t all find the same things funny. XXXX

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    2. Perhaps I should find another one to listen to! X

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    3. They are all of the same ilk so it might not be your thing ! I probably shouldn't have done a post about it as we all find different things funny so it might not appeal to many. I probably have a weird sense of humour 🤣 !!! XXXX

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    4. I wonder if they were Mighty Boosh fans which I did like.

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    5. I find Sedaris's voice very annoying. He'd probably find mine annoying too.

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  2. This podcast seems a bit sad and pensive. I've no experience with support groups. That said, many friends went through divorce and spoke either very angrily or slap happy about it. There was lots of retaliation and sometimes it was funny but not always. I'll watch a few more podcasts.

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    1. Some of them are very sad Susan as in all comedy. I’m thinking this post might have been a bad idea 😬 😂 XXXX

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  3. Hahaha, Jackie, I am always glad when someone gives a tip for some comedy - love it. (Though the one voice is quite gloomy and depressive). It reminds me a bit (only a bit) of "Grace and Frankie" - I have all their DVDs - so funny. XXX

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    1. Oh Britta ….. I’m so pleased you like it ….. I thought I was going to be the only one !!!!! If you listen to anymore of them you will see that they get worse and much ruder 😂🤣😂Brian is a bully and gets Tiger to do some awful things !!! It’s obviously not only clothes that we have in commen ! 🥰 XXXX

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    2. That’s Roger not Tiger !!!! XXXX

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    3. I heartily agree to things in common! XXXX

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    4. I think I need to listen to a ruder one Jackie!

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    5. Haha !!! I have to say the very rude ones are the funniest ! There were only two that could be uploaded. Thanks for humouring ( pardon the pun ) me ! XXXX

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  4. Sounds like something I can relate to.

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