Jack Docherty and Gemma Whelan join us for part two of this Badults Special mini series, and it is a long rambly corker of an episode full of dodgy stories, dodgier accents and the dodgiest legal arguments you’re ever likely to hear. Plus there’s scurrilous gossip about REDACTED and REDACTED which almost derailed the podcast completely.
Thanks to Gary Ogden for the brilliant artwork - go and check out his other stuff here. http://gogdenart.tumblr.com
Hopefully we’ll be back with more episodes later in the year - do keep your eyes peeled and come and sees the show live if you can. Also, please do evangelically spread the good news of #flatslam with all your friends and acquaintances.
And don’t forget to tune in to Badults on Mondays at 10pm on BBC3!
Hey there! It’s a surprise mini Flatslam podcast - the first of two to mark the second series of Pappy’s sitcom Badults on BBC3.
What you’re hearing here is Pappy’s warm up before our last podcast recording at London’s Soho Theatre in April. Unlikely as it sounds, it is fun stuff and should whet the appetite ahead of a bumper podcast proper (winging its way towards you in the very near future).
Don’t forget to tune in to Badults on Monday June 2nd at 10pm on BBC3!
We can announce that our very special guests for our presentation of Flatshare Slamdown are Katherine Ryan (8 out of 10 Cats, Mock The Week, Badults) and Rob Beckett (I’m a Celebrity, Mock the Week, Celebrity Juice). Apply for FREE tickets here.
People have been wondering where PBaM is. All the old episodes are here on Soundcloud. Sorry if you’re using iTunes. Hopefully we’ll be back around once we’re back from filming this series of Badults. Until then…
Eddie Pepitone and David O’Doherty join Pappy’s for a very merry festive special recorded at the Galway Festival back in October. Unwrap it and you will find many yuletide goodies within, including… David discovering a new talent, Eddie lying about eggnog, Ben and Tom really hitting rock bottom with their opening gambits, Matthew leading the audience in a lot of singing and one team going into minus figures.
Sally Grosart has come up with some brilliant artwork, so do visit her website www.weepaperpeople.co.uk and follow her on Twitter too: @scallyg
If you want to give us a Christmas present, then what we’d love is the gift of exposure. Help us spread the word about the show: tweet about it, enthuse on Facebook, comment on iTunes… or why make a loved one the offering of all 18 and a half hours of Flatslam in existence (just put the URL comedy.co.uk/pfs into a Christmas card - sure it’ll look cheap, but they’ll thank you for it eventually).
Please do also ‘like’ our Facebook page, follow Pappy’s and Producer Ben on Twitter @pappystweet @_ben_walker and visit Pappy’s Tumblr.