Full Circle Podcast Episode 28 A Year in Comedy

Full Circle Podcast Episode 28 A Year in Comedy


The Full Circle Podcast Episode 28: A Year in Comedy. Full Circle Podcast Logo

This episode contains fewer facts than usual.

It’s a New Year. It’s January. We’re on something of a break, so that can only mean a cheap, and frankly brain-numbingly lazy, listen back to the year 2011. This could be the best, or worst idea we’ve ever had.

Our thanks to all our co-hosts, guests, correspondents and contributors.

Select brain to ‘neutral’, put your laughing trousers on stand-by and enjoy.


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00:51 | WELCOME and INTRO:

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Additional music

Additional Dialogue

  • Opening dramatic dialog by Dave Wilkins and Robin Catling, from 2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke,
    adapted by Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clark
  • Other dialogue, sketches and commentaries written by Robin Catling, copyright Short Life Productions, 2012
  • All original content licensed Creative Commons SA V3.0


    • Not sure Arthur, the guys are finding it hard to sync their time what with Dave trying to scrounge money and Robin working.

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