Meet American marketing guru Kurt Ca$h, the man who’s going to make the London Podcast make money. And meet the product he’s going to do it with: the Spaghetti Spiralizer Supreme.
Hear the spiralizer in action ‘in a kitchen near you’, together with a studio conversation between Adrian and Kurt. As well as firming up the sponsorship, Kurt has some unique ideas for content. Too unique.
With grateful thanks to the good folks at Utensils Direct.
Star stand-up comedian, Have I Got News for You writer and TV and radio football pundit Kevin Day is interviewed by Adrian at his ‘club’, the legendary Comedy Store in London. He talks about the past, present and future of Comedy in the Capital, reflecting on his part in creating alternative comedy. He also recalls writing for comedy giants Dave Allen and Ronnie Corbett, as well as praising newer talents like Mat Ewins and surveying the arena that his son Ed Night has ventured into.
Former stand-up Scott Denyer and newcomer Maddie Campion join Adrian in a studio discussion on the state of the art form and the uniqueness of the scene in London. And Scott gets one or two of his gripes about the biz off his chest!
Later, Kevin revisits the scene of the previous Comedy Store in Leicester Square where he met his future wife, and also had to introduce one of the biggest comedy talents on the planet.
There are also steers as to how pies, tin foil and dolphins can be funny.
London movie icon Michael Caine*, star of well over a 100 films from Alfie to Zulu, gives an exclusive interview to Adrian Lacey in this London Podcast. After talking about Michael’s roots in the capital, they move to a microphone masterclass inspired by Michael’s legendary BBC TV programme Acting for Film (available on YouTube).
From breathing techniques to exploring dynamic range and bilabial plosives, this is a must-listen for any aspiring radio actor, or someone who likes hearing luvvies waffle on about how tough talking for a living is.
Explore Caine’s little known pre-stage career in radio drama, and hear Adrian’s mike technique become noticeably better, albeit at the expense of his face turning slightly blue.
Michael Caine’s Mike Masterclass is sure to become a modern classic of its type and will raise the bar for you when using a microphone, even a telephone.
* Michael bears an uncanny resemblance to actor and mimic Russell Thomas, who in turn bears an uncanny resemblance to Michael Caine. Coincidentally.