Ian Boldsworth

Ian Boldsworth

United Kingdom

Stand up comedy artist Ian Boldsworth hits FUBAR Radio with a new 2 hour weekly show on Mondays 2pm-4pm. With a string of exclusive, uncensored guest appearances, Ian takes live talk radio to a whole new level. Previous guests have included Stephen K Amos, Francis Rossi, Phill Jupitus, Romesh Ranganathan, Helen Lederer, Nick Helm and Stefan Dennis, expect the unexpected as Ian makes radio that's worth talking about.

Episodes

Episode 59 - Dave Benson Phillips and Perry Benson  

90s icon Dave Benson Phillips joins Ian in the studio and tells us about his new spoof documentary webseries ‘Getting Back with Dave Benson Phillips’. Ian also has a chat with Perry Benson on the phone about the play he performs in called the ‘Performers’. Since there were a couple Benson’s on the show Ian and Nat attempt to get in contact with George Benson!

Episode 59 - Dave Benson Phillips and Perry Benson  

90s icon Dave Benson Phillips joins Ian in the studio and tells us about his new spoof documentary webseries ‘Getting Back with Dave Benson Phillips’. Ian also has a chat with Perry Benson on the phone about the play he performs in called the ‘Performers’. Since there were a couple Benson’s on the show Ian and Nat attempt to get in contact with George Benson!

Episode 58 - Hacker the Dog, Carpet Martin and Karen M McManus  

In this episode, a guest ‘kerfuffle’ allowed us to look back at some of Ian’s best moments. We relived last week’s interview with author of ‘One Of Us Is Lying’ Karen M McManus, Hacker The Dog made a return and lots more. What’s more entertaining than a shower rant and Nat filling time without Ian? Exactly…

Episode 57 - Karen M McManus and OLYMPILADS  

Author of ‘One Of Us Is Lying’ Karen M McManus joined Ian and Nat, Ian even got his book signed! Also in the studio, we had Rhys Yates and Andy Maddock in to talk about their new play OLYMPILADS. What else to expect on the show? The death of the ipod, kids on trains and abolishing vegan donuts.

Episode 56 - Andrew ONeill  

Andrew O’Neill spoke to Ian and Nat about his new comedy show at Edinburgh Fringe which includes hallucinogenic, occultism and much, much more… Andrew also taught them the difference between ‘magic’ and ‘magick’, and taught them some Hebrew! Kinda.

Episode 55 - Mike McShane  

Actor and king of improv Mike McShane rang in to chat the return of Whose Line Is It Anyway at Edinburgh Fringe. Also on the show, we spoke to Barry about reality porn, talked The Curious Incident of The Dog In the Night-time and so much more.

Episode 54 - Thomas Dominique and Ros Ballinger  

Thomas Dominique joined Ian in studio, he’s currently starring as a lead in Syfy’s exciting new series Blood Drive. The boys chatted about modesty pouches and drama schools. Ros Ballinger was also on the show, talking about her Edinburgh show ‘The Idiot’s Guide to Kink’.

Episode 53 - Aspergers Are Us cast, Judith Lucy and Denise Scott  

Ethan Finlan, Jack Hanke, Noah Britton, and Michael Ingemi from Asperger’s Are Us joined Ian in the studio to chat about their tour and Netflix documentary. Judith Lucy and Denise Scott stopped by the studios to talk about their show Disappointments at Soho Theatre. Producer Natalie makes Barry Dodds cum and this episode also features a fanny update.

Episode 52 - Dan Hudson, James Barr, Tiernan Douieb  

Dan Hudson and James Barr stopped by the studios to chat about their LGBTQ+ podcast A Gay and a Nongay. Tiernan Douieb talked to Ian about his new show Miserably Happy.

Episode 51 - Lindsey Bowden, Gina Yashere  

Lindsey Bowden, founder and producer of the Twin Peaks UK Festival, chatted about the event and her cookbook Damn Fine Cherry Pie. Comedian Gina Yashere talked about her upcoming shows at Underbelly Festival. Ian chatted about threesomes and constipation. We also premiered Producer Nat’s new cover single.

Episode 51 - Lindsey Bowden, Gina Yashere  

Lindsey Bowden, founder and producer of the Twin Peaks UK Festival, chatted about the event and her cookbook Damn Fine Cherry Pie. Comedian Gina Yashere talked about her upcoming shows at Underbelly Festival. Ian chatted about threesomes and constipation. We also premiered Producer Nat’s new cover single.

Episode 50 - Will Attenborough, Jon Dryden Taylor  

Will Attenborough joined Ian to chat about working with Harry Styles, the Attenborough brothers and Shakespeare. Jon Dryden Taylor chatted about his latest projects.

Episode 49 - Andrea Gordon, Jennie Mathias  

Andrea Gordon from BBC’s Doctors chatted about the show. Jennie Mathias and King Hammond talked about their latest projects and gigging together.

Episode 48 - Leena Norms and Tony Hannan  

Leena joined Ian in the studio to help him with hosting the show. Tony Hannan chatted to Ian about his book Underdogs. Barry Dodds was also present and maybe even sang.

Episode 47 - Green Party's Amelia Womack  

Green Party’s Deputy Leader Amelia Womack joined Ian and co-host Leena Normington in the studio to chat about their manifesto, ‘Dementia Tax’, tactical voting, young voters and more. Writer of BLUSH at Soho Theatre, Charlotte Josephine stopped by the studios to chat about her play.

Episode 46 - Viagra Falls  

Ian and Producer Nat chatted about Viagra Falls, cutting grass and hot tubs. Writer Ben Lewis from Soho Theatre’s The Lounge was in the studio talking about his production. Adam was on the phone for an international Bump ‘n Grindr.

Episode 45 - Tinie Tempah, Stuart Heritage, Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho  

Stuart Heritage chatted about his book Don’t Be A Dick, Pete. Tinie Tempah talked about his new album Youth, Teletubbies, racial appropriation and much more. Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho chatted about the current political situation and shows at the Underbelly Festival.

Episode 44 - Annabelle Knight and Ferhan Khan  

Annabelle Knight chatted about her book The Endless Autumn and Ferhan Khan talked about his experience on the BBC Two show Muslims Like Us.

Episode 43 - Kerry Howard and Patrick Monahan  

Kerry Howard joined Ian in the studio to chat about bestiality, ducks and masturbating. Patrick Monahan chatted about his lateness, politics and touring. Producer Natalie had a chat with Ian about bird penises.

Episode 42 - Jimmy Constable and Gary Morris of London Super Comic Con  

Jimmy Constable joined Ian on the show to chat about his band 911 and solo projects. Gary Morris of London Super Comic Con stopped by the studios to discuss the event. Ian and Producer Nat recorded a segment at a Travelodge in Wapping, or did they?

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