Did you see the recommendation for comedy podcast Daddy Look At Me in our recent Pod Bible? Not sure how to dive in to the back-catalogue? We asked podcast hosts Rosie Jones and Helen Bauer to share their Divine 5…
It takes a certain type of person to work in showbiz, and quite often they can be spotted at a young age, getting up on stage, standing in the limelight and shouting “Daddy, look at me!”. The Daddy Look At Me podcast is crammed full of these people. Each episode, famous comedy guests share their stories of childhood tantrums, traumas and blatant exhibitionism on the road to fame. Now in its fourth series, we asked hosts ‘Daddy’ Rosie and ‘Baby’ Helen to tell us pick their favourite 5 episodes for new listeners to dive into.
Rosie and Helen’s Divine 5:
Romesh Ranganathan (Series 3, Episode 1)
Series three got off to an absolute corker when we chatted to star of, er, EVERYTHING, Romesh Ranganathan. We love this episode, and we hope you do too. It’s very jam-sandwich heavy and Rom tells us what it was like growing up as a chubby baby boy in Crawley.
Jayde Adams (Series 3, Episode 3)
Jayde is one of our HEROES in comedy, and this episode from series three was such good fun. We chat about roller discoes and being a big show-off in Bristol. We love Jayde so much and you will too!
Ed Gamble (Series 1 Episode 3)
Ed was one of our first ever guests on the podcast and the boy did not disappoint. We loved chatting to him about what it was like to be a moody rocker, and how he became the fresh-faced comedy lad we know and love today.
Maisie Adam (Series 1 Episode 6)
This is also a throwback to our first season, when we interviewed one of our best friends in comedy, Mock The Week star Maisie Adam. She tells us about her less-than-successful attempt to pick up boys through the medium of dance, and her starring role in the school nativity as…the wise man’s wife.
Rachel Parris and Marcus Brigstocke (Series 4, Episode 1)
Married sweethearts Rachel and Marcus joined us for the first episode of season four, our latest season, and taught us that opposites DO attract. While little Rachel was learning the piano and being an all-round star student, Marcus was leading a team of little comrades across a very busy dual carriageway, and setting fire to goalposts. This is a blazing hot episode!
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