Comic To Comic

Two comedians.

One conversation.

Lots of insight.

Bruce Morton talks to top stand up comedians about life, the universe and comedy.

The British-Iranian comedian tells Bruce Morton how disco-dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work.

The comedian explains how disco-dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work.

The British-Iranian comedian tells Bruce Morton how disco-dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work. From August 2005.

Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life, the universe and comedy.

Today he talks to Iranian comedian Omid Djalili about mistakenly impersonating Harry Enfield.

British born Iranian comic Omid Djalili talks about his successful stand up career, how disco dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work, discusses what makes good comedy, and mistakenly impersonating Harry Enfield.

Bruce Morton interviews comedians

The British-Iranian comedian tells Bruce Morton how disco-dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work. From August 2005.

British born Iranian comic Omid Djalili talks about his successful stand up career, how disco dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work, discusses what makes good comedy, and mistakenly impersonating Harry Enfield.

British born Iranian comic Omid Djalili talks about his successful stand up career and discusses what makes good comedy.

Bruce Morton talks to comic Omid Djalili about how disco dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work.

1/6. Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life, the universe and comedy. Today he talks to Iranian comedian Omid Djalili about mistakenly impersonating Harry Enfield.

British born Iranian comic Omid Djalili talks about his successful stand up career and discusses what makes good comedy. Episode 1 of 6.
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Episodes

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Bruce is joined by compere extraordinaire Susan Morrison, who reveals the subtle art of crowd control. Episode 5 of 6.

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Bruce is joined by compere extraordinaire Susan Morrison, who reveals the subtle art of crowd control. Episode 5 of 6.

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Bruce Morton talks to Adam Hills, the champion of celebratory comedy, who shares some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs. Episode 7 of 7.

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Bruce Morton talks to Adam Hills, the champion of celebratory comedy, who shares some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs. Episode 7 of 7.

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Bruce Morton talks to comic Omid Djalili about how disco dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work. Episode 1 of 6.

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Bruce Morton talks to comic Omid Djalili about how disco dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work. Episode 1 of 6.

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Bruce Morton talks to Stewart Lee about surviving Jerry Springer the Opera and getting mistaken for the lead singer of UB40. Episode 3 of 6.

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Bruce Morton talks to Stewart Lee about surviving Jerry Springer the Opera and getting mistaken for the lead singer of UB40. Episode 3 of 6.

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Character comic Chris Green talks about his creation Tina C, the US country chanteuse; his influences and his Olivier award. Episode 2 of 6.

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Character comic Chris Green talks about his creation Tina C, the US country chanteuse; his influences and his Olivier award. Episode 2 of 6.

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Jeremy Hardy joins Bruce this week to discuss satire, bad singing and the romance of cardigans. Episode 4 of 6.

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Jeremy Hardy joins Bruce this week to discuss satire, bad singing and the romance of cardigans. Episode 4 of 6.

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Two comedians. One conversation. Lots of insight. This time, self-styled posh comic Miles Jupp talks about his life and career. Episode 4 of 7.

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Two comedians. One conversation. Lots of insight. This time, self-styled posh comic Miles Jupp talks about his life and career. Episode 4 of 7.

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1/6. Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life, the universe and comedy. Today he talks to Iranian comedian Omid Djalili about mistakenly impersonating Harry Enfield.

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Bruce Morton talks to top stand up comedians about life, the universe and comedy.

Chris Green reveals how his evangelical childhood gave him his first taste for performance art, and how his passion for country music and dressing up led to his most successful character, singer Tina C.

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4/6. Bruce Morton talks to top stand up comedians about life, the universe and comedy. Jeremy Hardy joins Bruce this week to discuss satire, bad singing and the romance of cardigans.

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5/6. Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life, the universe and comedy. Today he talks to Susan Morrison about the subtle art of crowd control.

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6/6. Bruce Morton talks to top stand up comedians about life, the universe and comedy. This week Bruce is joined by Ian Cognito, the most banned comedian in Britain.

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1/7. Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life, the universe and comedy. Today he talks to Jimmy Carr about how he lost religion and found comedy in his mid-20s.

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2/7. Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life, the universe and comedy. Today he talks to Andy Parsons about how comedy saved him from a career in pagination.

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3/7. Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life and comedy. Today Jenny Eclair threatens to slap Bruce, and reveals how the best moment of her career landed her in the gutter.

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4/7. Bruce Morton chats to top stand-ups about life, the universe and comedy. Miles Jupp reveals the person behind the posh toff character on stage, and tells Bruce how an audition for a children's programme set on a Scottish island led to unexpected superstardom with under 5's.

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5/7. Bruce Morton talks to top stand up comedians about life, the universe and comedy. Today, Andy Zaltzman talks to Bruce about why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.

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6/7. Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life, the universe and comedy. Julia Morris joins him to explain why she swapped TV superstardom in Australia for the UK comedy circuit.

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7/7. Adam Hills, the champion of celebratory comedy, reveals to Bruce why scampi and Buckie contributed to one of his most memorable gigs in Scotland.

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The self-styled posh stand-up tells the story of his career to Bruce Morton.

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Character comic Chris Green talks about his creation Tina C, the US Country chanteuse; his influences and his Olivier award. Episode 2 of 6.

Character comic Chris Green talks about his creation Tina C (the US country chanteuse), his influences and his Olivier Award. Episode 2 of 6.

Speaking to Bruce Morton, the writer-performer discusses his most famous character Tina C, the spoof American Country singer. Episode 2 of 6.

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Legendary veteran of stand up Ian Cognito is lightly grilled by Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian. Episode 6 of 6.

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The British-Iranian comedian tells Bruce Morton how disco-dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work. Episode 1 of 6.

Two comedians.

One conversation.

Lots of insight.

Bruce Morton talks to top stand up comedians about life, the universe and comedy.

The British-Iranian comedian tells Bruce Morton how disco-dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work.

The comedian explains how disco-dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work.

The British-Iranian comedian tells Bruce Morton how disco-dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work. From August 2005.

Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life, the universe and comedy.

Today he talks to Iranian comedian Omid Djalili about mistakenly impersonating Harry Enfield.

British born Iranian comic Omid Djalili talks about his successful stand up career, how disco dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work, discusses what makes good comedy, and mistakenly impersonating Harry Enfield.

Bruce Morton interviews comedians

The British-Iranian comedian tells Bruce Morton how disco-dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work. From August 2005.

British born Iranian comic Omid Djalili talks about his successful stand up career, how disco dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work, discusses what makes good comedy, and mistakenly impersonating Harry Enfield.

British born Iranian comic Omid Djalili talks about his successful stand up career and discusses what makes good comedy.

Bruce Morton talks to comic Omid Djalili about how disco dancing and experimental theatre shaped his life and work.

1/6. Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life, the universe and comedy. Today he talks to Iranian comedian Omid Djalili about mistakenly impersonating Harry Enfield.

British born Iranian comic Omid Djalili talks about his successful stand up career and discusses what makes good comedy. Episode 1 of 6.

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Bruce Morton talks to character Chris Green who reveals how his evangelical childhood gave him his first taste for performance art, and how his passion for country music and dressing up led to his most successful character, Tina C, the US Country chanteuse; his influences and his Olivier award.

The writer-performer tells Bruce Morton about his famous character Tina C.

The writer-performer tells Bruce Morton about his famous character, spoof American country singer Tina C. From August 2005.

The writer-performer tells Bruce Morton about his famous character Tina C - the spoof American Country singer.

Speaking to Bruce Morton, the writer-performer discusses his most famous character Tina C, the spoof American Country singer.

Character comic Chris Green talks about his creation Tina C (the US country chanteuse), his influences and his Olivier Award.

The writer-performer tells Bruce Morton about his famous character Tina C - the spoof American Country singer. From August 2005.

Chris Green: The writer-performer tells Bruce Morton about his famous character, spoof American Country singer Tina C. From August 2005.

Chris Green: The writer-performer tells Bruce Morton about his famous character, spoof American Country singer Tina C. From August 2005.

Character comic Chris Green talks about his creation Tina C, the US Country chanteuse; his influences and his Olivier award.

Character comic Chris Green talks about his creation Tina C (the US country chanteuse), his influences and his Olivier Award.

Speaking to Bruce Morton, the writer-performer discusses his most famous character Tina C, the spoof American Country singer.

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Bruce Morton talks to top stand up comedians about life, the universe and comedy.

Chris Green reveals how his evangelical childhood gave him his first taste for performance art, and how his passion for country music and dressing up led to his most successful character, singer Tina C.

Bruce Morton interviews comedians

Writer-performer Chris Green talks to Bruce Morton about his character driven comedy, including American country and western singing sensation, Tina C.

Series in which Bruce Morton talks to top stand-up comedians about life, the universe and comedy.

Producer: Carol Purcell

First broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland in August 2005.

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Bruce Morton talks to Stewart Lee about surviving Jerry Springer the Opera, and getting mistaken for the lead singer of UB40. Episode 3 of 6.

Bruce Morton talks to the stand-up and award-winning director, about surviving the controversial opera Jerry Springer and resemblances to UB40's singer. Episode 3 of 6.

Bruce Morton talks to Stewart Lee about surviving Jerry Springer the Opera and getting mistaken for the lead singer of UB40.

Bruce Morton talks to Stewart Lee about surviving Jerry Springer the Opera, and getting mistaken for the lead singer of UB40.

Bruce Morton talks to the stand-up and award-winning director, about surviving the controversial opera Jerry Springer and resemblances to UB40's singer.

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The stand-up comedian chats about satire, bad singing, and the romance of cardigans.

Bruce Morton welcomes the stand-up comedian for a chat about satire, bad singing, and the romance of cardigans. From September 2005.

Jeremy joins Bruce this week to discuss satire, bad singing and the romance of cardigans. Episode 4 of 6.

Jeremy Hardy joins Bruce this week to discuss satire, bad singing and the romance of cardigans. Episode 4 of 6.

Jeremy Hardy joins Bruce this week to discuss satire, bad singing, and the romance of cardigans.

Bruce Morton welcomes the stand-up comedian for a chat about satire, bad singing, and the romance of cardigans. Episode 4 of 6.

Bruce Morton welcomes the stand-up comedian for a chat about satire, bad singing, and the romance of cardigans.

Bruce Morton welcomes the stand-up comedian for a chat about satire, bad singing, and the romance of cardigans. From September 2005.

Bruce Morton interviews comedians

Bruce Morton welcomes the stand-up comedian for a chat about satire, bad singing, and the romance of cardigans. From September 2005.

Jeremy joins Bruce this week to discuss satire, bad singing and the romance of cardigans.

Jeremy Hardy joins Bruce this week to discuss satire, bad singing and the romance of cardigans.

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Bruce is joined by compere extraordinaire Susan Morrison, who reveals the subtle art of crowd control. Episode 5 of 6.

The compere extraordinaire tells Bruce Morton about crowd control subtleties and embarrassing her kids. From September 2005.

The compere extraordinaire on crowd control subtleties and embarrassing her kids.

Bruce is joined by compere extraordinaire Susan Morrison, who reveals the subtle art of crowd control and embarrassing her kids.

Bruce is joined by compere extraordinaire Susan Morrison, who reveals the subtle art of crowd control.

Bruce is joined by compere extraordinaire Susan Morrison, who reveals the subtle art of crowd control and embarrassing her kids.

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Legendary veteran of stand up Ian Cognito is lightly grilled by Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian. Episode 6 of 6.

The outrageous stand up star is lightly grilled by Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian. Episode 6 of 6.

The outrageous stand-up star tells Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian.

The stand-up star tells Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian.

Legendary veteran of stand up Ian Cognito is lightly grilled by Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian.

Legendary veteran of stand up, and the most banned comedian in Britain, Ian Cognito is lightly grilled by Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian.

The outrageous stand up star is lightly grilled by Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian.

The outrageous stand up star is lightly grilled by Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian.

6/6. Bruce Morton talks to top stand up comedians about life, the universe and comedy. This week Bruce is joined by Ian Cognito, the most banned comedian in Britain.

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Comedian Jimmy Carr discusses his life and career with Bruce Morton.

Comedian Jimmy Carr discusses his life and career with Bruce Morton. Episode 1 of 7.

The deadpan comedian chats to Bruce Morton about his career - life on tour and writing his comedy routines. Episode 1 of 7.

The deadpan comedian chats to Bruce Morton about his career.

Deadpan master Jimmy Carr chats to Bruce Morton about his career, life on tour and writing comedy routines. From January 2006.

Deadpan master Jimmy Carr chats about his career, life on tour and writing comedy routines

Deadpan master Jimmy Carr chats to Bruce Morton about his career, life on tour and writing comedy routines.

Today he talks to Jimmy Carr about how he lost religion and found comedy in his mid-20s.

The deadpan comedian chats to Bruce Morton about his career - life on tour and writing his comedy routines.

Bruce Morton interviews comedians

Comedian Jimmy Carr discusses his life and career with Bruce Morton.

The deadpan comedian chats to Bruce Morton about his career.

The deadpan comedian chats to Bruce Morton about his career - life on tour and writing his comedy routines.

1/7. Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life, the universe and comedy. Today he talks to Jimmy Carr about how he lost religion and found comedy in his mid-20s.

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Bruce Morton in conversation with comedian Andy Parsons. Episode 2 of 7.

The TV panellist and comedian chats to Bruce Morton about his career, Glaswegian shipyards and sausage adverts in New Zealand. Episode 2 of 7.

The TV panellist and comedian chats to Bruce Morton about his career, Glaswegian shipyards and sausage adverts in New Zealand.

Bruce Morton in conversation with comedian Andy Parsons.

Comedian and TV panellist Andy Parsons chats to Bruce Morton about his career, Glaswegian shipyards and New Zealand sausage ads.

Today he talks to Andy Parsons about how comedy saved him from a career in pagination.

Comedian and TV panellist Andy Parsons chats to Bruce Morton about his career, Glaswegian shipyards and New Zealand sausage ads.

Today he talks to Andy Parsons about how comedy saved him from a career in pagination.

2/7. Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life, the universe and comedy. Today he talks to Andy Parsons about how comedy saved him from a career in pagination.

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Comedienne Jenny Eclair discusses her life and career with Bruce Morton. Episode 3 of 7.

From performing to writing, the award-winning comedienne discusses her life and career with Bruce Morton. Episode 3 of 7.

: From performing to writing, the award-winning comedienne discusses her life and career with Bruce Morton.

Comedienne Jenny Eclair discusses her life and career with Bruce Morton.

Jenny Eclair: From performing to writing, the award-winning comedienne discusses her life and career with Bruce Morton.

3/7. Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life and comedy. Today Jenny Eclair threatens to slap Bruce, and reveals how the best moment of her career landed her in the gutter.

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Two comedians. One conversation. Lots of insight. This time, self-styled posh comic Miles Jupp talks about his life and career. Episode 4 of 7.

From gag writing to appearing in Balamory - the self-styled posh stand-up tells the story of his career to Bruce Morton. Episode 4 of 7.

From gag writing to appearing in Balamory - the self-styled posh stand-up tells the story of his career to Bruce Morton.

The self-styled posh stand-up tells the story of his career to Bruce Morton.

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This time, self-styled posh comic Miles Jupp talks about his life and career.

He reveals the person behind the posh toff character on stage, and tells Bruce how an audition for a children's programme set on a Scottish island led to unexpected superstardom with under 5's.

Two comedians. One conversation. Lots of insight. This time, self-styled posh comic Miles Jupp talks about his life and career.

From gag writing to appearing in Balamory - the self-styled posh stand-up tells the story of his career to Bruce Morton.

The self-styled posh stand-up tells the story of his career to Bruce Morton.

He reveals the person behind the posh toff character on stage, and tells Bruce how an audition for a children's programme set on a Scottish island led to unexpected superstardom with under 5's.

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4/7. Bruce Morton chats to top stand-ups about life, the universe and comedy. Miles Jupp reveals the person behind the posh toff character on stage, and tells Bruce how an audition for a children's programme set on a Scottish island led to unexpected superstardom with under 5's.

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Comedian Andy Zaltzman discusses why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.

The inventive political comedian chats to Bruce Morton and explains why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.

Bruce Morton discusses with comedian Andy Zaltzman why being a stand-up is the best job in the world. Episode 5 of 7.

Bruce Morton in conversation with comedian, Andy Zaltzman about why being a stand-up is the best job in the world. Episode 5 of 7.

Bruce Morton discusses with comedian Andy Zaltzman why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.

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Today, Andy Zaltzman talks to Bruce about why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.

The inventive political comedian chats to Bruce Morton and explains why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.

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Bruce Morton in conversation with comedian, Andy Zaltzman about why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.

5/7. Bruce Morton talks to top stand up comedians about life, the universe and comedy. Today, Andy Zaltzman talks to Bruce about why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.

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Bruce Morton in conversation with the Australian comedian and TV star now based in the UK, Julia Morris. Episode 6 of 7.

After finding TV fame Down Under, the Australian stand-up chats to Bruce Morton about her subsequent British stage career.

The Australian stand-up chats to Bruce Morton about her British stage career.

Bruce Morton in conversation with the Australian comedian and TV star, Julia Morris.

After finding TV fame Down Under, the Australian stand-up chats to Bruce Morton about her subsequent British stage career. From February 2006.

Bruce Morton in conversation with the Australian comedian and TV star now based in the UK, Julia Morris.

She explains why she swapped TV superstardom in Australia for the UK comedy circuit.

After finding TV fame Down Under, the Australian stand-up chats to Bruce Morton about her subsequent British stage career.

The Australian stand-up chats to Bruce Morton about her British stage career.

Bruce Morton in conversation with the Australian comedian and TV star, Julia Morris.

She explains why she swapped TV superstardom in Australia for the UK comedy circuit.

6/7. Bruce Morton talks to stand-up comics about life, the universe and comedy. Julia Morris joins him to explain why she swapped TV superstardom in Australia for the UK comedy circuit.

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The champion of celebratory comedy chats to Bruce Morton, sharing some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs.

Adam Hills shares some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs with Bruce Morton.

shares some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs with Bruce Morton.

Champion of celebratory comedy Adam Hills shares some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs with Bruce Morton.

Bruce Morton talks to Adam Hills, the champion of celebratory comedy, who reveals to Bruce why scampi and Buckie contributed to one of his most memorable gigs in Scotland.

The champion of celebratory comedy Adam Hills chats to Bruce Morton about some of his most memorable gigs. From February 2006.

7/7. Bruce Morton talks to Adam Hills, who reveals to Bruce why scampi and Buckie contributed to one of his most memorable gigs in Scotland.

Champion of celebratory comedy Adam Hills shares some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs with Bruce Morton. Episode 7 of 7.

Bruce Morton talks to Adam Hills, the champion of celebratory comedy, who shares some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs.

7/7. Adam Hills, the champion of celebratory comedy, reveals to Bruce why scampi and Buckie contributed to one of his most memorable gigs in Scotland.