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British comedian Adam Buxton talks with interesting people. The rambly conversations are sometimes funny, sometimes more serious with funny bits. Adam makes the jingles and records the intros and outros for most episodes while walking with his dog friend Rosie in the East Anglian countryside where he lives with his wife and three children. Adam has appeared in films such as Hot Fuzz, Stardust and Son Of Rambow as well as a variety of TV shows in the UK. Since 2007 he has hosted BUG, a live s ...
 
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Adam talks with English actor, comedian and writer Michelle de Swarte about accents, class, modelling, the privilege of being beautiful (something I know too much about), why Michelle watches a lot of videos about narcissism and I give her my last bottle of cognac. Conversation recorded face to face in London on November 14th, 2022 CONTAINS STRONG …
 
Adam talks with musician Olugbenga Adelekan and his 7 year old son Ravi about brain surgery, child YouTube millionaires, sport that Adam doesn't care about and Ravi's charity single. Conversation recorded remotely on November 9th, 2022 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support Podcast artwork by Helen Green RELATED LINKS RAVI'S WEBSIT…
 
Adam talks with British musician Richard Dawson who performs two songs: The Almsgiver and Judas Iscariot. Conversation recorded face to face in Newcastle on 14th October, 2021 Thanks to Ben Tulloh for conversation editing and Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support Artwork by Helen Green RELATED LINKS SPOTIFY PLAYLIST RICHARD DAWSON - THE RUB…
 
Adam enjoys a conversational ramble with Irish writer and comedian Maeve Higgins. This episode was recorded remotely on Monday 31st October, 2022 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support. Podcast artwork by Helen Green RELATED LINKS MAEVE ON INSTAGRAM MOTHERS OF INVENTION PODCAST 'TELL EVERYONE ON THIS TRAIN I LOVE THEM' THE MEANING …
 
Adam talks with Swazi-British actor and writer Richard E Grant about sex, grief, Withnail and much else. This conversation was recorded face to face in London on 29th September, 2022 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support. Podcast artwork by Helen Green RELATED LINKS BUG VIDEO NASTIES (HORROR SPECIAL) @ BFI SOUTHBANK, 4th & 18th NO…
 
Adam talks with British film maker Lorna Tucker about her documentary profile of fashion designer Vivienne Westwood and how she felt when Westwood publicly disowned it. Lorna also explains how she found herself homeless as a teenager and the struggle with addiction that ensued; experiences that informed her new documentary Someone's Daughter, Someo…
 
Adam talks with British writer Ian McEwan about some of the autobiographical experiences that went into his latest novel Lessons, including his school days, parenthood and losing parents. We also talk about the ethical dilemmas presented by Artificial Intelligence, the British philosopher Bryan Magee and what makes Ian laugh. Recorded face to face …
 
Adam talks with British Asian journalist, writer and broadcaster Samira Ahmed about conkers, Mary Whitehouse, white noise makers, Star Trek and much else. This conversation was recorded face to face in London on October 4th, 2022 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support. Podcast artwork by Helen Green RELATED LINKS SAMIRA'S BLOG CENT…
 
Adam talks with Irish author, comedian and chat show host Graham Norton about interviewing, book writing, the value of hippies and what makes an embarrassing chat show guest. This episode was recorded face to face in London on 25th March 2022 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support. Podcast artwork by Helen Green RELATED LINKS LOVE …
 
Adam talks with British professor of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience at the University of Sussex, Anil Seth about the difficulty of defining consciousness, the difference between the idea of a self and a soul, what happens when things go wrong with your perception of self and those around you, the way that psychedelics alter consciousness …
 
Adam talks with Scottish musician and director Stuart Murdoch of Belle and Sebastian and plays two tracks from their new album 'A Bit Of Previous', specially recorded by the whole band for the podcast. This episode was recorded remotely on 1st of April, 2022 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support. Podcast artwork by Helen Green REL…
 
Adam meets Mariana Mazzucato, 'one of the worlds most influential economists'* about how capitalism fails and how it can be made to work better by 'reimagining the state'. (* see WIRED article link below) This episode was recorded face to face in London on 10th March 2022 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support. Podcast artwork by H…
 
Adam talks with journalist and documentary presenter Louis Theroux about the challenges of writing honestly about family relationships with reference to his account of domestic life during lockdown and his mother Anne's book about the disintegration of her marriage to Paul Theroux. We also talk ice baths with Joe Wicks, confrontations with far righ…
 
Adam talks with English-Cypriot actor and comedian Natasia Demetriou about subjects including eggs, wigs, BAFTAs, theatre trauma and ass milk. This episode was recorded face to face in London on 31st April 2022 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for conversation editing and production support Podcast artwork by Helen Green See Adam and Rosie welcome …
 
Adam talks with British writer and cultural historian John Higgs about 90s TV, the KLF, trying to be optimistic about the future, what John Lennon might be like if he were alive now and what The Beatles and James Bond tell us about the British psyche. CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR THE 2015 FILM 'TOMORROWLAND' Episode recorded on October 2nd, 2021 in Bright…
 
Adam talks with English singer, songwriter and actor Yola who plays two songs from her album Stand For Myself. This episode was recorded remotely on February 14th, 2022 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support Podcast artwork by Helen Green See Adam and Rosie welcome you to Adam's YouTube channel Sign up for the occasional newsletter…
 
Adam talks with British musician Jarvis Cocker about Beatles, the perils of nostalgia, finding yourself (by falling out of a window) losing yourself (on the dance floor), the weirdness of pop stardom and some of the objects he writes about in his book Good Pop, Bad Pop This conversation was recorded in London on February 24th, 2022 Thanks to Séamus…
 
Adam talks with American actor and comedian Natalie Palamides about subjects that include uncomfortable comedy, on stage vulnerability, when successful people become arseholes and Lyme disease. Natalie also reads an email from her Mum that raises the bar for critical parenting considerably. THIS EPISODE CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE AND TICK TALK My int…
 
Adam talks with British actor and comedian Sanjeev Bhaskar. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and Becca Ptaszynski for additional editing. Podcast artwork by Helen Green RAMBLE BOOK PAPERBACK ARTWORK - SIGNED POSTER RELATED LINKS INDIA WITH SANJEEV BHASKAR - 2007 (BBC iPLAYER) GOODNESS GRACIOUS ME - THE COOPERS, PUB LUNCH SKET…
 
Adam talks with British comedy duo Lazy Susan, (Celeste Dring and Freya Parker). Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and Becca Bryers for additional editing. Podcast artwork by Helen Green RELATED LINKS LAZY SUSAN SKETCH SHOW - 2022 (BBC IPLAYER) LAZY SUSAN YOUTUBE CHANNEL LAZY SUSAN - THE EAST COAST LISTENING POST (THIS AMERICA…
 
Adam talks with British-Malaysian stand up comedian Phil Wang and there's two specially recorded tracks (Wild and Satellite) from Texan band Spoon. Phil conversation recorded in London on March 17th, 2022 Spoon recorded at Third Man records, London on March 23rd, 2021 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for his work on this episode. Thanks to Ben Tull…
 
Adam talks with British comedian, writer and actor Tim Key about TV quizzes, meeting boxing legends on holiday, the weirdness of lockdown, a health scare that Tim went through a few years back and there's a few more memories from the trip to New York Adam took with Tim and Alex Horne in January 2020. Tim also reads poetry over improvised plaintive …
 
Adam talks with British comedian Alex Horne about getting older, being annoying, making sort of funny music, dealing with other people's success, maintaining the success of Task Master, a trip to New York with Tim Key that featured an alarming medical event and at the end there's a dog plop story that you may want to skip if you're feeling sensitiv…
 
Adam talks with best selling Irish author and podcaster Marian Keyes about being profiled by Alan Yentob, depression, the fun of working in restaurants in 1980s London, sex and the challenges of having a good relationship with an ex partner. This conversation was recorded face to face in London on March 11th, 2022. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell …
 
Adam shares several slices of vaguely festive waffle with his old friend, the films director Joe Cornish. Recorded remotely on December 15th, 2021 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for his work on this episode. Podcast artwork by Helen Green https://helengreenillustration.com/ RELATED LINKS PLEASE DONATE TO ST MUNGO'S HOMELESS CHARITY GEAR4MUSIC ACT…
 
Adam enjoys a short ramble with American humorist Fran Lebowitz Recorded remotely on September 7th, 2021 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for his work on this episode. Podcast artwork by Helen Green CONTRIBUTE TO THE ADAM AND JOE CHRISTMAS PODCAST 2021 adambuxtonpodcast@gmail.com Please make the subject header of your emails 'ADAM AND JOE CHRISTMAS…
 
Adam talks with British actor and comedian Kayvan Novak about how he made the transition from being a jobbing actor dealing with his share of typecasting, to creating comic characters from a wide range of nationalities and ethnicities on Fonejacker and Facejacker, and the joys and dangers of doing so. And there's a clash of the BBC documentarians a…
 
Adam talks with British actor, comedian and writer Katy Wix about brain fog, not making it America, a stressful improv audition Adam and Katy both attended in 2006, eating anxieties, dead parents and Katy's book Delicacy: A Memoir about Cake and Death. There's also a clip from the archives of Adam and Joe talking about the improv audition soon afte…
 
Adam talks with American writer, investigative journalist and podcaster Patrick Radden Keefe about his books Empire Of Pain, which tells the story of the wealthy American family behind the opioid crisis, and Say Nothing about the troubles in Northern Ireland. This episode was recorded remotely on July 7th, 2021. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for…
 
Adam talks with British actor, comedian, writer and director Julia Davis about stinky hotel rooms, dead parents, Julia's early forays into comedy, separating the art from the artist and much else. This episode was recorded face to face on October 26th, 2021 in London. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for his work on this episode Podcast artwork by …
 
Adam talks with British comedian Darren Harriott about tech gripes and childhood gadgets before talk turns to Darren's childhood in the West Midlands, the events that lead to him leaving behind gang life and his relationship with his troubled father. Conversation recorded remotely on May 26th, 2021 PLEASE BE AWARE - THIS EPISODE CONTAINS DISCUSSION…
 
Adam talks with American writer and humorist David Sedaris about foul mouthed children, dead dads, killer cows, giving offence, surprising defecation techniques, and why David might not dislike dogs as much as he thought he did. THIS EPISODE CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE AND DISCUSSION OF TOPICS SOME PEOPLE MAY FIND OFFENSIVE This conversation was recor…
 
DESCRIPTION Adam talks with American writer Colson Whitehead, whose novels The Underground Railroad and The Nickel Boys made him only the fourth writer to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize for fiction twice, about writing routines, anxiety management and the challenges of trying to look on the positive side of life, literary influences, music, getting …
 
Adam talks with British comedian Lauren Pattison and there's singing from folk singer/traditional music specialist Sam Lee. Conversations with Lauren and Sam recorded remotely in April 2021 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support Podcast artwork by Helen Green HELP PREVENT HOMELESSNESS - PLEASE DONATE TO ST MUNGOS LAUREN PATTISON RE…
 
Adam talks with British comedian Jim Moir (aka Vic Reeves) about breakfast, bad language, encounters with music legends, art and the politics of Dada Recorded face to face (at a respectful and safe distance of course) on September 10th, 2021 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support. Podcast artwork by Helen Green ADAM BUXTON RAMBLES …
 
Adam talks with British comedy writer Georgia Pritchett about writing on the hit TV show Succession, turning anxieties into characters and other important business. Thanks to Becca Ptaszynksi for her work on this episode and to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support. Podcast artwork by Helen Green SIGNED BOOKS If you'd like a copy of Ramble …
 
Adam talks with American comedian, actor and writer Sarah Silverman about acid trips, adapting to changing times, defunding the police, farts, public toilet cleaning compulsions, Sarah's time writing on American comedy show Saturday Night Live in 1993, the striking voice messages left by listeners to her podcast and other important business. This c…
 
Adam talks with Irish comedian Tommy Tiernan about the dangers of comedy being misunderstood, Ireland, hair loss and erectile dysfunction. We also talked about parents and the way relationships with dead loved ones keep changing - PLEASE NOTE: the subject of suicide comes up in that part of the conversation. COPING WHEN SOMEONE DIES BY SUICIDE (CRU…
 
Adam talks with Chilean writer Isabel Allende about lockdown marriage stress, feminism, infidelity and growing old with wisdom. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for his work on this episode Podcast artwork by Helen Green RELATED LINKS COVIDAID - THE UK'S NEW NATIONAL COVID 19 CHARITY FIFTH SENSE - ADVICE AND SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE AFFECTED BY SMELL AND…
 
Adam talks with American comedian Eric André about pranking stress, parents, drugs and his film Bad Trip, then also American musician Phoebe Bridgers plays two songs from her Grammy nominated album Punisher and chats about music, her problem with Friends and texting technique. This episode contains strong language Eric conversation recorded remotel…
 
Adam talks with Joe about the publication in paperback of Ramble Book, what Adam and Joe related stories might appear in the sequel and a few of the items to look out for in Adam's auction in aid of Médecins Sans Frontières. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support. Podcast artwork by Helen Green RELATED LINKS SEE ALL AUCTION ITEMS O…
 
Adam talks with English comedian Lee Mack about boring super heroes, bad technology, meditation, Buddhism, drugs, sweets, booze and why people feel obliged to get X rated in his presence. PLEASE NOTE: THIS EPISODE CONTAINS VERY STRONG LANGUAGE Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and Becca Ptaszynksy for her help on the edit. Pod…
 
Adam talks with American artist Laurie Anderson Recorded remotely on March 26th, 2021 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and Matt Lamont and Scott Edwards for conversation editing. If you need help making your podcast, check out Matt and Scott's Podmonkey website Podcast artwork by Helen Green RELATED LINKS LAURIE ANDERSON SPOT…
 
Adam talks with English comedian Tom Allen about music, self loathing, dreams of being a British butler and camp sci-fi movies. Recorded remotely on January 19th, 2021. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and Matt Lamont for conversation editing. Podcast artwork by Helen Green RELATED LINKS MSF UK NO SHAME by TOM ALLEN - 2021 (G…
 
Adam talks with British writer Kazuo Ishiguro (Remains Of the Day, Never Let Me Go, The Buried Giant, Klara and the Sun) about sci-fi, artificial intelligence, the nature of emotions and whether an AI Rosie would be as good as the real thing. Recorded remotely on 7th December, 2020 Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and Matt La…
 
Adam talks with New Zealand born comedian, actor and writer Rose Matafeo and unveils a few Ramble Chat remix competition winners. Conversation recorded remotely on 18th February 2021. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and Scott Edwards for conversation editing. If you need help making your podcast, check out Scott's Podmonkey …
 
Adam talks with British sporting legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean. This episode was recorded remotely on July 1st, 2020. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to Anneka Myson for additional editing. Podcast artwork by Helen Green RELATED LINKS MARIE CURIE TORVILL AND DEAN WEBSITE TORVILL AND DEAN - BOLERO - 1984 WINN…
 
Adam talks with journalist, documentary presenter, podcaster and school friend, Louis Theroux. This is an edited version of a conversation that took place in front of a live audience at London's Royal Festival Hall on 25th September, 2019. I was there to interview Louis about his book, Gotta Get Theroux This, and as well as serious subjects like ea…
 
Adam talks with Irish musician and former Moloko member Róisín Murphy about hotel room destruction, her childhood in Ireland, mispronouncing Irish names, and memories of 9/11, among other things. Adam and Róisín also collaborate on a song that contains some tips for staying positive. Conversation recorded remotely on 5th February 2021. Thanks to Sé…
 
Adam enjoys a rambling conversation with Canadian comedian Tony Law. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell and Owen Donovan for production support and to Anneka Myson for additional editing. Podcast artwork by Helen Green RELATED LINKS TONY LAW'S VIRTUE CHAMBER ECHO BRAVO AND THE TONEZONE (TWITCH TV) TONY LAW TAUNTS THE PEOPLE OF THE FUTURE - 2006 (YOUT…
 
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