It's been a long time since we had Stu on the podcast (episode 16, in fact!), and it's great to have him back. If you don't know him: imagine the poetry and anger of Bill Hicks, but without the misogyny. Replace the misogyny with kindness, and you've got Stu. I adore his comedy, and I think you will too.
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In this episode I talk at length about Theresa May being excited at working with a fascist. (Trump. You knew that, right?)
Meanwhile, Stu talks about fake news, privatisation, and why sometimes it's okay to say you don't know enough to have an opinion.
FUN FACT: My actual recording of the gig failed! And what I mean by that is, I forgot to press record. So this episode, along with episode 42, was re-recorded the next day, in my living room, to an audience of 15 other comedians and friends who happened to be free. Yep, it’s a bit of a weird one. But in the end we managed to make it work. I hope you like it!