This year will be the first year since the 1970s when, in all likelihood, there will be no Pride events taking place anywhere in the UK. You might think this is a relatively minor consideration, and I suppose, in the grand scheme of things, it is. Somewhere between 20,000 and 40,000 people have already died, … Continue reading Pride 2020: The loss of a lifeline
Max talks to 'Tracy Beaker' and 'Dumping Ground' actor, Connor Byrne, about ballet, musical theatre, snow penises, LGBT rights and, inevitably, coronavirus. Contains frequent strong language.
Max talks to director, writer and national treasure Kathy Burke about lockdown, the theatre and the places he can stick the questions she's bored of answering. Contains frequent strong language.
Max talks to infectious disease doctor and presenter of CBBC's 'Operation Ouch', Dr Chris Van Tulleken, about the Coronavirus pandemic. This episode contains no strong language, and is suitable for younger listeners.
Well, ok. Maybe it is, just a little. But it’s more about the wider issues thrown up by Schofield’s decision, at the age of 57, to come out as a gay man, and the predictably grim reactions to that decision in the press and on social media. Now, as you might expect, and as I’m … Continue reading This article isn’t about Phillip Schofield
Hello subscribers, I know it's been a few weeks since I put anything on here, so I just wanted to explain my absence and offer an apology for the lack of new content. Obviously, I took a week and a bit off for Christmas/New Year and then, somewhat unusually, I was offered a project early … Continue reading An apology
Extended interview with 'League of Gentlemen' creator Mark Gatiss, in which we discuss the general election result, the future of the Labour Party, and zombies.