Jo Caulfield Won't Shut Up!

She came, she saw, she criticised"

Jo Caulfield is one of Radio 4's treasures, with her glorious mixture of bitchy friendliness, waspish likeability and foot-in-mouth populism - but always with charm.

In this series Jo will be, as ever, failing to Shut Up about: love, marriage, dating, celebrity, newspapers, money, cats, sex, pubs, parties and quite possibly Scotland.

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012009111020100617

She came, she saw, she criticised"

Jo Caulfield is one of Radio 4's treasures, with her glorious mixture of bitchy friendliness, waspish likeability and foot-in-mouth populism - but always with charm.

In this series Jo will be, as ever, failing to Shut Up about: love, marriage, dating, celebrity, newspapers, money, cats, sex, pubs, parties and quite possibly Scotland.

This time, Jo Caulfield is failing to shut up about relationships, love and Tony Benn

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This week, Jo Caulfield is failing to shut up about the Daily Express, the Leicester Herald, cheese & onion crisps and Zsa Zsa Gabor.

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In this episode, Jo fails to shut up about about Scotland in general, Scotsmen in particular and a little tea shop in Dundee.

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042009120120110301 (R4)

She came, she saw, she criticised: stand-up comedian Jo Caulfield holds forth with a glorious mixture of bitchy friendliness and foot-in-mouth populism.

In this episode, Jo fails to shut up about the complex relationship between the global banking system, the M3 money supply, quantitative easing and Kerry Katona.

With Zoe Lyons, Nick Revell and William Hartley.

Written by Jo Caulfield and Kevin Anderson, with additional material by Michael Beck, James Branch, Dan Evans, Jules Gregg, Brian Mitchell, Joseph Nixon and Matt Ross.

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

042009120120110301 (R4)

She came, she saw, she criticised: stand-up comedian Jo Caulfield holds forth with a glorious mixture of bitchy friendliness and foot-in-mouth populism.

In this episode, Jo fails to shut up about the complex relationship between the global banking system, the M3 money supply, quantitative easing and Kerry Katona.

With Zoe Lyons, Nick Revell and William Hartley.

Written by Jo Caulfield and Kevin Anderson, with additional material by Michael Beck, James Branch, Dan Evans, Jules Gregg, Brian Mitchell, Joseph Nixon and Matt Ross.

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

04 LAST

04 LAST

04 LAST20110301

She came, she saw, she criticised: stand-up comedian Jo Caulfield holds forth with a glorious mixture of bitchy friendliness and foot-in-mouth populism.

In this episode, Jo fails to shut up about the complex relationship between the global banking system, the M3 money supply, quantitative easing and Kerry Katona.

With Zoe Lyons, Nick Revell and William Hartley.

Written by Jo Caulfield and Kevin Anderson, with additional material by Michael Beck, James Branch, Dan Evans, Jules Gregg, Brian Mitchell, Joseph Nixon and Matt Ross.

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

Jo Caulfield fails to shut up about the global banking system and Kerry Katona.

04 LAST20091201
04 LAST2009120120110301

She came, she saw, she criticised: stand-up comedian Jo Caulfield holds forth with a glorious mixture of bitchy friendliness and foot-in-mouth populism.

In this episode, Jo fails to shut up about the complex relationship between the global banking system, the M3 money supply, quantitative easing and Kerry Katona.

With Zoe Lyons, Nick Revell and William Hartley.

Written by Jo Caulfield and Kevin Anderson, with additional material by Michael Beck, James Branch, Dan Evans, Jules Gregg, Brian Mitchell, Joseph Nixon and Matt Ross.

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

Jo Caulfield fails to shut up about the global banking system and Kerry Katona.

01012009111020100617

She came, she saw, she criticised"

Jo Caulfield is one of Radio 4's treasures, with her glorious mixture of bitchy friendliness, waspish likeability and foot-in-mouth populism - but always with charm.

In this series Jo will be, as ever, failing to Shut Up about: love, marriage, dating, celebrity, newspapers, money, cats, sex, pubs, parties and quite possibly Scotland.

This time, Jo Caulfield is failing to shut up about relationships, love and Tony Benn

01022009111720100624

This week, Jo Caulfield is failing to shut up about the Daily Express, the Leicester Herald, cheese and onion crisps and Zsa Zsa Gabor.

01032009112420100701

In this episode, Jo fails to shut up about about Scotland in general, Scotsmen in particular and a little tea shop in Dundee.

0104 LAST20091201

She came, she saw, she criticised: stand-up comedian Jo Caulfield holds forth with a glorious mixture of bitchy friendliness and foot-in-mouth populism.

In this episode, Jo fails to shut up about the complex relationship between the global banking system, the M3 money supply, quantitative easing and Kerry Katona.