Bringing the boldest stories and poetry many publishers haven’t the courage to put into print and giving them an open mic to say it out loud.
Review: Mr Stuart’s Distant Range
A fascinating glimpse into the journals of Stuart the explorer, reflected onto today’s political panorama
Review: Hard Travelin’ with Woody
Review: Couples Who Changed the World
A Double Treat for Radio Buffs
Review: Anthem for a Doomed Youth
An absorbing and moving hour of First World War poetry delivered by a master of the solo stage
Review: Richard Wiseman – Night School
Fascinating insight into the land of nod.
I didn’t know that spammers and scammers could be so stupid. Or so funny.
Two dear old things in an hour of sublime nostalgia.
Review: Man Up, Jonny Fluffypunk
A heart-warming discourse on fatherhood, with poems, history, music and socks
Review: Robin Ince’s Dirty Book Club
Erudite man reads filth. What’s not to like?
Review: Alexis Dubus – Cars and Girls
Enchanting, evocative storytelling.
His interest is infectious.
Review: Sandi Toksvig My Valentine
Sublime comedy from our next national treasure
Review: Dear Doctor Cullen
A genuine Edinburgh note in the Fringe symphony.
A true gem in an uncertain setting.
Pundit meets punters.
Review: Brand New Ancients
Words and performance combine for pitch perfect storytelling
Review: Chris Mullin – A Walk On Part
Disarming humour from one of our great political diarists
Review: The Ghost Hunter
Great stories, superb storytelling
Interesting guests but not a lot of superscrimpers in the audience.
"Is the show performed well? Of course it is! "