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 35 - Philip Pope  

Ian is back live and at his mischievous best as he tormented Nat with stories about Benylin, toe nails and the best way to kill a cat. Philip Pope also called in to discuss his charity gala event 100 Hearts.

Episode 34 - Ant Smith  

This episode saw Ian and Nat talk to poet and author Ant Smith. Ant Smith’s Small Penis Bible hopes to address the stigma of having a small penis. Also on the show Ian rang some emergency guests, discussed microwave cleanliness and climaxing in the hairdressers.

Episode 33 - Count Arthur Strong and Crissy Rock  

This week Ian and Nat talk to comedian Count Arthur Strong who discusses his new stand-up tour. The lovely Crissy Rock joined Ian for a longer chat after last week's whirlwind interview as she reveals more about her new play Seriously Dead. Ian also took calls from listeners and Barry Dodds popped by to talk about their trip to Pizza Hut.

Episode 32 - James Preece and Crissy Rock  

Dating Expert James Preece stopped by the studios to talk about Bridget Jones’s Baby, his seminars and new online dating book ‘I Will Make You Click'. The lovely Crissy Rock joined Ian for a quick chat about her new play Seriously Dead. This episode also included lots of dating tips, high-quality entertainment and live performances.

Episode 31 - Mummy Cindi and Ryan Moloney from Neighbours  

This ! Ian chatted to Mummy Cindi about her kids, parenting skills and nappies. Ryan Moloney, Toadie from Neighbours, discussed the latest plot twists on the show. Producer Nat revealed her potential fetishes.

Episode 30 - Juno Dawson  

Orgies, 3am farts and pregnancy on the show this week. Ian also chatted to multi award winning author Juno Dawson about her latest book Margot & Me.

Episode 29 - Annie Siddons, Nicki Hobday and Sandra Shevey  

New year, new Ian! Or perhaps not.... he took it a bit too literally when Producer Nat told him everyone's allowed freedom of speech, so Ian now wants to give paedophiles exposure by playing their music every week. Did Nat have sex over Xmas? Legendary journalist Sandra Shevey popped in and discussed the A-List legends she has interviewed. Ian also took a caller who answered today's topic for discussion, stolen from another radio show's production team he overheard on the train - why does Facebook always suggest your friends Mum?

Episode 28 - Best Of featuring Tony Prince, Craig Shilowich, Barry Dodds and Tom Meeten  

The amazing Tony Prince joined Ian to talk about his book The Royal Ruler and The Railway DJ. Craig Shilowich was on the line talking to Ian about his latest film Christine, starring Rebecca Hall. Next up was Barry Dodds who came on to clear up about what happened between him and his cat…And lastly, Tom Meeten stopped by talk about his film The Ghoul.

Episode 27 - Tim Bell and Mark J Hiblen  

Happy Boxing Day! Ian was joined by Tim Bell, the creator and star of the show ‘Dame Nature: The Magnificent Bearded Lady’, and illustrator Mark J Hiblen. It was Adam’s last day so there was a very special last ever ‘Bump N Grindr’. After hearing this you’ll never look at a Mr Whippy the same way again!

Episode 26 - Miles Hunt and Thaila Skye  

The lovely Thaila Skye joined Ian in the studio to discuss her life with a stoma. The Wonder Stuff frontman Miles Hunt chatted about their 30th anniversary. Barry Dodds talked about his cat.

Episode 25 - Ralph Echemendia and Lynne Cockrum-Murphy  

Barry Dodds joined Ian on the line to discuss the frighting Cornish Christmas tree. Ralpha Echemendia chatted about working on the movie Snowden with director Oliver Stone and cyber security in the entertainment industry. Writer Lynne Cockrum-Murphy talked about her book Unfolding the Mystery of Self. This episode also featured One Direction.

Episode 24 - Charming Dick and Tony Prince  

The cast of Charming Dick LGBTQ panto, Tim McArthur and Matthew Jones, stopped by the studio to chat about their Christmas production. The amazing Tony Prince also joined Ian to discuss his book The Royal Ruler and The Railway DJ.

Episode 23 - Simon Munnary and Linda Nolan  

Simon Munnery joined Ian in the studio to chat about the upcoming A Benefit for Child Refugees gig. Linda Nolan chatted about the upcoming Our House Tour. Producer Adam is "no long on this earth" but Ian was there to hear him out.

Episode 22 - Kit Redstone and Eddie Lin  

Ian and Barry Dodds discussed where hardness comes from. Kit Redstone promoted his semi-autobiographical project Testosterone. Eddie Lin discussed the upcoming docu-feature American Aftermath about consuming placenta.

Episode 21 - Tom Meeten and Dracula's Danny Wainwright & Alyssa Noble  

Danny Wainwright and Alyssa Noble stopped by the studio to chat to Ian about their production Dracula. Tom Meeten joined Ian in the studio to discuss his film The Ghoul, karate balls and other equally interesting things. Ian and Producer Adam also talked about their recent Comic Con adventure.

Episode 20 - Hacker T Dog, Fred and Randy Feltface  

Hacker T Dog and Fred (aka Hacker’s minder in London) stopped by the studio to chat with Ian about the Eurovision, their friendship and much more. Randy Feltface from Soho Theatre joined Ian to talk about his upcoming show, fans and fisting. This episode also included Barry Dodds.

Episode 19 - A Street Cat Named Bob, Robert Muchamore and The London Vampire  

Have you seen that cat film poster on the tube? A Street Cat Named Bob producer Adam Rolston stopped by the studio to chat to Ian about the movie, upcoming red carpet premiere and Bob. Author Robert Muchamore talked with Ian about his latest book Gone Wild, his writing process and cars. The London Vampire, with a twist, also appeared on the Halloween Special. This episode also included a mental breakdown!

Episode 18 - James Yeatman, John McAvoy, Silent Mark & surprise guests!  

Ian chatted to the artistic director of Kandinsky, James Yeatman, about their latest production Still Ill. John McAvoy talked about his book Redemption: From Iron Bars to Ironman. Silent Mark chatted to Ian about his debut e-comic ‘Deth Metal’. Plus, lots of surprise guests on the show, but who were they?

Episode 17 - Mathew Priest and Craig Shilowich  

Ian was joined by the drummer from Dodgy Mathew Priest, they chatted about moisturisers, Birmingham canals and cover songs. Producer and screenwriter of Christine, a film about the news reporter Christine Chubbuck who committed suicide on live television, Craig Shilowich discussed his latest project. This episode also included late trains, Fannie Mae, Meat Loaf and much more!

Episode 16 - Ronnie Le Drew and Eleanor Tiernan  

Ian was joined in the studio by Zippy puppeteer Ronnie Le Drew, he chatted about the TV series Rainbow. Comedian Eleanor Tiernan also stopped by the studio to talk about her latest projects. This episode also included Donald Trump.

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