2010: Episode 1

Is here. It was a struggle, but it’s up and you can now download and enjoy.

We’re joined by special guest, Jonathan May-Bowles, who performed a free show last year and offered his (abusive) insights into 2010’s efforts. He swears, be warned. Follow him on Twitter. He’s @jonniemarbles and is moderately funny.

We also talk to Andrew Collins in a pub. He was sweaty but charming. Like a real man should be after dancing on stage. Go see his show. It’s at Bannerman’s in the Cowgate at 12.30pm. And is brilliant, and you can hear what we thought on the podcast. Though Jonathan whines on a bit. The idiot.

Tom, Andrew, David

Jon has even more to say about The Lost Letters of Cathy G but is it good or bad? I’ll give you a clue, it’s not good.

The alternative free fringe experiences are also discussed – those little moments in the street and with your friends that make it all worthwhile. And hot leafleters too of course.


Download: FreeEdPodcast1.mp3 | 47mins 40.3MB


New logo…

…has been designed by the wonderful Jack De’ath. Enjoy it’s sexiness.

As you can see, some of it is pink.

The launch!

Ever wanted to have a conversation about Free shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, but without ever actually joining in and speaking?

Well, at last, your dream can come true, with new podcast from the award-entering humans David Quin and Thomas Meek!

From the 8th of August we’ll be uploading reviews, interviews and obscene jokes about the shows we’ve randomly selected to watch to see if we can sort the shit from the actually-quite-good!

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