Rob Heeney's People with Stories
Susie Essman with first, a tale of her muse; her grandmother,and the second, a story from the set of Curb your Enthusiasm. Needless to say, Rob was somewhat starstruck.
Ever wondered what jockeys think about during a horse race? Former rider turned comedian Bob Slayer reveals all.
Those from down under are a quirky breed. None more so than awarding winning comic David Quirk, or at least so he finds himself looking during a towel incident.
Horror gigs. A nightclub with a stag do and a safe word, a 'shark attack' and a hostile crowd form the basis of these three unconnected tales from the world of comedy.
An inside view of one of the biggest TV shows ever in the UK is Carol Lee's second story she shares with Rob.
A defection on a need to know basis and as journalist turned author Carol Lee reveals few knew then and how it all ended she's now love to know.
Bedford in the 70s/80s may not have been the centre of the social universe but as comedian Paul Ricketts reveals there was a lot more going on than many would be believe.
From football academy rejection, through non-league to the Premiership. Maff Brown has had a life in football that is every schoolboys dream. Here he admits how he blagged most of it in true schoolboy fashion.
Comedian and musician Ronnie golden shares some of the many stories from his 40 years as an entertainer. From a musical tale of why you should never meet your heroes, to his involvement with the birth of alternative comedy scene. He also tells us how he
Rather than a straight story, it turns into Katherine's moving tale detailing how battling cancer has changed her whole outlook on life.