Matt Hoss Talks To People He Likes is a light-hearted live podcast where Matt (comedian) interviews a famous guest of his choice. There will be silly questions, great banter but with some honest answers.
In this edition find out what guests Iszi Lawrence and Jamie D’Souza think of Reading, learn about the right way to eat kiwi fruit ,and the link between jiu jitsu and the suffragettes – and there’s absolutely no mention of serial killers at all! (Well almost…)
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About the guests
Iszi Lawrence: @iszi_lawrence
Iszi Lawrence is a writer, comedian, podcaster and History presenter. She co-hosts BBC Radio 4’s flag ship show, Making History with Tom Holland. She performs bespoke History shows at events for The British
Science Festival, Dulwich Picture Gallery, The British Museum, Royal Society, Ashmolean to name but a few. She has two popular History podcasts, The British Museum Membercast and The Z List Dead List. During the 2020 lockdown she has also started a new podcast about Dinosaurs called Terrible Lizards.
Jamie D’Souza: @Jamie_DSouza
Having started performing comedy in the summer of 2016, Jamie has quickly established himself as a rising star on the comedy circuit. He has reached the finals of the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny?
and The Musical Comedy Awards, as well as being shortlisted for the BBC New Comedy Award. Jamie was also the runner up at Hastings Fringe New Comedian Of The Year. Jamie’s stand up has been described as a mix of short stories and one liners, delivered with an instant likability and an understated confidence. Covering a range of topics including veganism, his mixed race heritage and coming to terms with entering adulthood.
This event was recorded LIVE on 22nd July 2020 and is now available for viewing.
Please note a captioned version of this show will be made available in early August.
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- Recommended for audiences aged 16 and upwards
- 1 Hour
Available to view via this page:
- From: Wednesday, 22nd July 2020
- Start Time: 19:30
- To: Monday, 31st August 2020
- End Time: 23:59