I am a Scottish Stand up Comic, Actor, Journalist, Playwright, Podcaster and Blogger. I am also a published Author, of the book: “Handstands in the Dark” my critically acclaimed memoir.
Thanks for stopping by EasyHits4U profile, I am here to promote my podcast “Janey Godley’s Podcast” which contains explicit content and is suitable for 16 years and over.
We seek sponsorship to expand our podcast in exchange for adverts on Janey Godley’s Podcast which gets over 100,000 listeners a week with the numbers increasing by the thousands on a weekly basis.
Janey Godley’s Podcast is a successful comedy broadcast by a Mother and Daughter comedy team who get to natter and the world gets to hear it. The podcast is sharp and "Passionately puts the world to rights" (The List Magazine). It made the top ten in an online voter’s comedy podcast poll, Janice Forsyth from BBC radio Scotland called it "amazingly funny" and with legions of fans clamouring for every episode this is a ripe business opportunity! Expect some bawdy language and home truths, as Janey Godley and Ashley Storrie lead you down the roads less taken in their fantastic weekly podcast.
Best wishes, Janey Godley.
So we have Bill Cosby, one of my favourite TV dad's. The all American dad, the man in fuzzy sweaters who could make anything funny, is now accused of rape.
Not by one woman, or another woman who 'jumped on the band wagon' as some internet trolls like to call victims, but a slew of women working in the business. What does Bill do? He refuses to discuss it. Refusing to speak…Continue
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Wild Cabaret is a stunning venue in Glasgow's Merchant city.
Not your usual comedy venue that boasts a dark cellar and angry hipster barman whose girlfriend looks like a Govan version of Uma Thurman and they argue every time you try to introduce a nervous new comedian or he decides his 'mates band' are playing that night, just when you get a decent following.
Posted on October 9, 2014 at 3:51pm
Picture the scene, I walk out of a gig at Edinburgh fringe, it's raining and am laughing and saying goodbye to some folks and I get straight into a cab as someone shouts "Loved the show Janey" and the taxi driver asks "Are you a comedian?" I reply quite proudly "Yes I am" and I forgot in my elation that I usually don't speak about comedy in taxi's as I know what he is going to say next...I forgot and before I could think another thing I heard him say the…Continue
Posted on September 11, 2014 at 10:30am