Show and Prove Podcast: Halloween Special

October 31, 2011 — Leave a comment

You know what’s scary?
We made another Show and Prove podcast!

This is the Halloween special.

Unlike the others it doesn’t contain any chat, (which I’m sure will be back next podcast.)
What it does contain is a mixture of Halloween tales, live stand up and comedy, all linked together through the topic of Halloween (also another tenuous linking device.)

Featured in the podcast are:

Michael Kupperman @MKupperman
@MKupperman is an American cartoonist, illustrator and humorist known to dwell in surrealism and absurdity. His most recent work is the very funny Mark Twains Autobiography 1920-2010 from which he reads an extract for the podcast.

Mike Drucker @MikeDrucker
@MikeDrucker is an American stand-up comedian and writer who has written for such places as The Onion, Saturday Night Live and McSweeney’s. In the podcast he reads his tale about a former employee haunting an office.

Richard Hirst @Vivmondo
@Vivmondo is a Manchester based writer who recently won Manchester Fiction Prize for a short story he wrote. In this episode he talks about what monsters do on days that aren’t Halloween.

Rich Neville @RichNeville
@RichNeville is a regular contributor to the podcast. He is probably better know to people who don’t know him as @RichNeville as @Catbinlady. He has recently published his first book which is about Cat Bin Lady, and he reads an excerpt from it in the podcast.

Ben Keenan @Bursaar
@Bursaar from Dublin, works in film so much so he’s on imdb. He is also part of a comedy sketch group Half a giraffe. He writes the story, which is read by Jonathan Sloman. This explains the use of the word ‘arse’ in it.

Richard Hirst @Vivmondo
@Vivmondo is a Manchester based writer who recently won Manchester Fiction Prize for a short story he wrote. In this episode he talks about what monsters do on days that aren’t Halloween.

Martin Hastie @Koeman81
@Koeman81 enjoys writing, he has been writing on Twitter and his jokes are so good they’ve at times been stolen. To combat this Martin is entering into the world of stand up comedy. This podcast he delivers a number of one-liners about his Halloween memories.

Nina Tame @BuxtontheBlue
@BuxtontheBlue The lovely and wonderfully funny Nina is back for her second podcast episode. This episode she reads a story written by Maria and provides the fantastic episode image.

Alex J Thomas @AlexJThomas
@AlexJThomas the most regular host of the podcast he needs no introduction to regular listeners. This episode Alex acts as golden-voiced guide to the unfolding events.

Jonathan Sloman @SquidyUK
@SquidyUK from London, should be a familiar voice to listeners of the podcast. He also has an imdb page, which I won’t link to. In this podcast Jonathan reads the story by Ben, he also helped to write and produce this episode. Well done him!

Maria Boyle @Twistedlilkitty
@Twistedlilkitty is based in Dublin contributes regularly to the podcast. She works as a scientist and this year doing the podcast inspired her to try stand up. This episode she wrote a set based on Halloween and then recorded it live in a comedy club. She also helped write and produce and is now awkwardly writing her own biography. Well done her!

Shem @each1teach1
@each1teach1 is a London based comedy writer, probably best know for his number one hit single “Spaceman” from the Levi’s commercials. When not writing comedy for Queen and Country he can be found working late into the night engineering and producing the podcast. This Halloween episode he’s featured performing a stand up set about the fact he doesn’t like Halloween. What a prick.

Shem

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