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Aug 16, 2010 5

Marc tries to bolster his limited understanding of British comedy. He talks English alt-comedy with Harry Deansway, editor and publisher of The Fix. He gets poetic with Tim Key, one of the UK's hottest acts right now. He finds out that he has a lot in common with comedian Adam Bloom. And he picks the brain of another touring American, Reggie Watts.

5 Comments
  • almost four years ago
    Fred
    Saw the link on TAL about the Ira Glass interview. I've finished about 10 episodes so far. Thought provoking and entertaining.

    What's that song, "into the water on the farm"?


  • over four years ago
    Joe Tily
    i take back my last comment on ep.98 - this episode more than made up for it! Thanks Marc. Looking forward to ep.100 . . . . POW!!!!
  • over four years ago
    Gloria
    Aw Marc, the Steve Bennett review was NOT that bad...Ok, it wasn't great...but it wasn't as terrible as you made it seem. You weren't his cup of tea, but he did acknowledge your attempts to reach the raw truth.

    Really enjoying these London shows. Thanks for exposing us to your peer comics. "Cheers, mate."
  • over four years ago
    Todd Mason
    Fine episode, as usual...particularly enjoyed the interview with Bloom, though every time he said "Edinburgh" it sounded at first like "enema" to me...perhaps there's something to that. If Reggie Watts doesn't know of the work (particularly with sequencers) of Polish-American emigree Urszula Dudziak, he should. They've traveled similar paths, even if she is primarly a jazz artst.
  • over four years ago
    gurthang
    Harry Deansway and Adam Bloom - top notch! Great show, Marc.