Rob Heeney's People with Stories
One of the most truly fascinating people you could ever hope to meet, Rob was blown away by the way he tackles whatever life has thrown at him. He also lifts the lid behind the scenes on The World Famous Purple Helmets.
From postage stamps to scupltures and the Bee Gees, Dot Tilbury is a local celebrity on the Isle of Man and it's clear to hear why with her fantastic storytelling.
Without Mum and Dad Heeney there would be no Rob and no people with stories. Here's their own favourite stories
What should have been a cultural cycling holiday turned into a nightmare for comedia Liam Mullone. Warning: This podcast does contain adult language.
Daliso Chaponda explains the roots to his Malawian comedy and Rob is filled with shame with a story of his own he shares.
Travel, religion and a gruesome end to the tale. Abi Roberts has a story or seven with a red core.
International male model turned tennis coach (and author!) Chazz Khan shares a journey from hell/heaven tale and also tells how he fell into his first career as a model and second as a tennis coach.
Sarah Bennetto from Storytellers Club shares two stories: one of a wonderful discovery in the woods and one of a not-so-wonderful discovery.
Comedy promoter shares two of his favourite stories from his many years in the business, including an interesting take on the art of ventriloquism and the ultimate, if wrong, way to deal with a young heckler. He's also got a tale of how he ended up smugg
Jeff shares more stories of his 39 years in showbiz. He tells us how he got started at a very young age and lived every boy's dream when he spent a summer filming Bugsy Malone. He also tells a cautionary tale about why you should never shout at optician