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0101Hastings, Vee, Mccabe And Delaney20171017

Fred MacAulay presents some of the UK's top stand-up comedians, recorded in Edinburgh.

Fred MacAulay introduces some of the funniest comedians in the UK doing what they do best - pure stand up comedy. Recorded at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh.

This week, Canadian John Hastings gives an insight into his love life, Sindhu Vee jokes about her family, Susie McCabe talks holidays and Gary Delaney delivers a series of blistering one liners.

Produced by Richard Melvin
A Dabster production for BBC Radio 4.

0102Macdonald, Omotayo, Caulfield And Foot20171024

Fred MacAulay presents some of the UK's top comedians performing in Edinburgh.

Fred MacAulay introduces some of the funniest comedians in the UK doing what they do best - pure stand up comedy. Recorded at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh.

This week, Jamie MacDonald jokes about his life as a blind comedian, Jo Caulfield bemoans relationships, Funmbi Omotayo tells us about his experiences with the police and Paul Foot... well, Paul Foot needs to be heard to be believed.

Produced by Richard Melvin
A Dabster production for BBC Radio 4.

0103Lyons, Mazadza, Jones And Nelson20171031

Fred MacAulay presents Zoe Lyons, Wayne Mazadza, Rosie Jones and Mark Nelson.

Fred MacAulay introduces some of the funniest comedians in the UK doing what they do best - pure stand-up comedy. Recorded at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh.

This week, Zoe Lyons shares her insights into Buddhism, newcomer Wayne Mazadza integrates into British life, Rosie Jones doesn't let being northern hold her back, and Mark Nelson lovingly overcomes the worst for his favourite child.

Produced by Richard Melvin
A Dabster production for BBC Radio 4.

0103Lyons, Mazadza, Jones and Nelson20171031

Fred MacAulay presents Zoe Lyons, Wayne Mazadza, Rosie Jones and Mark Nelson.

Fred MacAulay introduces some of the funniest comedians in the UK doing what they do best - pure stand-up comedy. Recorded at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh.

This week, Zoe Lyons shares her insights into Buddhism, newcomer Wayne Mazadza integrates into British life, Rosie Jones doesn't let being northern hold her back, and Mark Nelson lovingly overcomes the worst for his favourite child.

Produced by Richard Melvin
A Dabster production for BBC Radio 4.

0104Johns, Storrie, Brister And Graffoe20171107

Fred MacAulay presents some of the UK's top stand-up comedians, recorded in Edinburgh.

Fred MacAulay introduces some of the funniest comedians in the UK doing what they do best - pure stand-up comedy. Recorded at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh.

This week, Dave Johns tells tales of coping with stardom following the success of I, Daniel Blake, Glaswegian Ashley Storrie tries to get one over her father at Christmas time, Jen Brister is proud to not to be a biological mother, and Boothby Graffoe is himself and cares not what anyone thinks.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio 4.

0105Cook, Sutherland, Brimson And Waugh20171114

Fred MacAulay presents some of the UK's top stand-up comedians, recorded in Edinburgh.

Fred MacAulay introduces some of the funniest comedians in the UK doing what they do best - pure stand up comedy. Recorded at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh.

This week, the unstoppable Jason Cook tells a story about performing on a cruise ship, JoJo Sutherland lets slip some of her supermum secrets, Eddy Brimson survives a terrorist attack, and Scotsman Gareth Waugh has a plan to save the bees.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio 4.

0106Tonkinson, Mctavish, Kugblenu And Ferry20171121

Fred MacAulay presents some of the UK's top stand-up comedians, recorded in Edinburgh.

Fred MacAulay introduces some of the funniest comedians in the UK doing what they do best - pure stand up comedy. Recorded at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh.

This week, Paul Tonkinson realises that he's suddenly become middle-aged, Vladimir McTavish tries his hand at smuggling for the first time, Athena Kugblenu explains how a huge race row was narrowly avoided, and the legendary Mick Ferry starts some rumours that he can't control.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio 4.