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No Pressure To Be Funny


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No Pressure To Be Funny is a topical comedy podcast featuring former Perrier nominee Nick Revell, Comedy Store 'Cutting Edge' regular Alistair Barrie, and presented by inestimable LBC radio host James O'Brien.

Customer Reviews

Podcast hunter

It's quite lucky there is no pressure to be funny.If there were this podcast would be flattened,squashed,squeezed,and pulped into the long line of failed comedy podcasts were it belong's. Having said that is great to listen to for the cringe worthy moments of which there are plenty to enjoy.Sorry James love you on LBC stick to your day job!!

Lots of laughs!

Found it really funny, can we have more casts ASAP!

They're not joking with the title

No pressure to be funny indeed. Had it's moments, but mainly resembles a political discussion show with comedians instead of politicians. The audience seemed to be barely awake- I felt for the musical comedian when he asked them to join in with the chorus of his song about the government being 'C--ts' and literally no-one did. Bridget Christie was about the only source of humour, although her jokes about her husband seemed to backfire as no-one realised who he was. A bit more pressure should be applied. I think.

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