Watching with focus, I couldn’t tell whether it was deliberate or unplanned. He becomes obsessed with the letters, more than 30,000 back and forth in all, beginning with a suicide note written 24 years earlier, along with 56 letters intended to settle accounts which instead spark a blaze of correspondence that delays the inevitable. After that first failed plot, he didn’t want to end his life. Our servers were unable to retrieve a valid podcast feed for a sustained period. Get ad-free new episodes, bonus content from interviews and much more by joining the Insiders Club at www.comedianscomedian.com/insiders A British comedian who writes and performs both monologues and solo plays, Kitson started doing stand-up at the age of 16. @comcompod | www.comedianscomedian.com, Filed Under: Acting, Alternative Comedy, Andy Kindler, Archer, Audiences, Bob's Burgers, Comedy, Comedy Central, Daniel Kitson, David Cross, Flight Of The Conchords, Interview, Isolation, Jimmy Kimmel, Jobs, Live, Marc Maron, Maria Bamford, Modest Mouse, Netflix, Onstage Persona, Patton Oswalt, Persona, Podcasting, Risk, Stage Persona, Stand Up, Success, SXSW, The Colbert Report, The Shins, Todd Barry, TV, Twitter, USA, Worth, Writing, Writing Jokes, Yo La Tengo. Audio. CONTACT. The comedian is on air on weekdays from 7am to 9am, broadcasting from his home – but taking care not to wake up the teenage boy who lives next door. Filed Under: Bill Hicks, Bridget Christie, Canada, Carson, Craig Campbell, Daniel Kitson, Daniel Sloss, David Letterman, Edinburgh, Festival, First Open Spot, Fringe, Gary Delaney, Glenn Wool, Interview, Jimmy Carr, Live, Live At The Apollo, Milton Jones, One Liners, Peter Brush, Plagiarism, Quality Control, Sean Meo, Simon Munnery, Stage Persona, Stand Up, Stewart Lee, Structure, Tim Vine, Touring Comedian, Writing Jokes. The second half of this conversation with the warrior poet/comic/divvy focuses on Tim’s relationship with comedians Alex Horne and Mark Watson, and how his position as their respective foils gave him the freedom to experiment… Or perhaps an allusion to the value we can find in lives of quiet repetition? You might be able to find a more up-to-date version using the search function. Her deliciously shameless stage persona is backed up by punchy writing, peppered with surreal flavours. Full Disclosure: This website is designed and maintained by an easily distracted, disheartened and often bored man in his early forties and whilst he is sometimes very keen on getting it all up and running, sometimes he absolutely couldn’t care less. Read about our approach to external linking. In classic Kitson style, things didn’t quite go to plan. Join now at www.comedianscomedian.com/insiders Perfectly conceived and precisely presented for this year of lockdown and paranoia, Daniel Kitson tours Dot. Click on the banner to find out more. Get ad-free new episodes, bonus content from interviews and much more by joining the Insiders Club at www.comedianscomedian.com/insiders And don't forget to join the Comcom Facebook group, which you can do here. Filed Under: Bridget Christie, Daniel Kitson, Festival, Harley Breen, How To, Interview, Jo Brand, Louis CK, Nat Luurtsema, Pappy’s, Philippe Gaulier, Stewart Lee, Surreal, The Alternative Comedy Experience. Will we learn more about him here than his audience ever do? Filed Under: Alcohol, Daniel Kitson, Doug Stanhope, Emo Phillips, Fear, ... Loads of great podcast episodes coming your way soon including Desiree Burch, Alonzo Bodden, Robby Collins and a special series of episodes about navigating your creative career during the pandemic! In the second part of our conversation, comedy craftsman James Acaster examines his relationship to his audience, and how that changes under a variety of different pressures, and also reveals why he never sits down to write. The Comedian's Comedian WITH STUART GOLDSMITH, 12/04/2019 Leamington Spa - Royal Spa Centre.