Episode #4: Don’t put a sheep inside the otter’s pajamas

Transcript can be read here.

A warning: this show contains some swearing.

Our guests this month (October 2014) are comedian Laurence Clark and Jess Thom from Touretteshero. We chat about doing impressions of disabled people, breaking an egg when you have random motion control, cycling on a child’s tricycle when you’re in your forties and why dignity can be overrated. We review two products, a humane spider catcher and egg cracker. Hosts Steve Best and Simon Minty talk about how it feels to be left out if you’re the one who isn’t disabled and the difference between waving and drowning. At the end we delve a little deeper when Jess talks about the going to the theatre and the rest of the audience don’t know how to relax. 
 
Click here to read Laurence’s blog about when Jess came to see his show.

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This month as we chat about the Bug Buster humane spider and insect catcher (click link to read more), displayed with Jess.

Jess Thom and the humane spider catcher

We're also giving away this cracking gadget, it's the Egg Cracker & Separator, seen below with Laurence.

Laurence Clark and the egg seperator

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