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The Adam Buxton Podcast

Age guidance: U16s must be accompanied by an adult.
This show may contain some strong language and adult references.

Ramble along with comedian and writer Adam Buxton, as he heads out on his first ever live podcast tour!

Crowned the winner of the inaugural Podcast Champion gong at the 2017 British Podcast Awards, Buxton has since delivered a medley of deep, kind and hilarious chatter across hundreds of episodes. Expect an evening of guests, surprises and plenty more to fill up the giant podcast bin.


Adam Buxton rose through the comedy fringe in the mid-1990s and early 2000s on Channel 4 with his long-time best friend and comedy partner, Joe Cornish, becoming synonymous for their hilarious (and often borderline ridiculous) low-budget sketches and film spoofs on The Adam and Joe Show.

With the success of the duo's show, more projects beckoned for Buxton throughout the 2000s and 2010s on the radio (Xfm, BBC Radio 6Music), television (Adam and Joe Go Tokyo, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, 8 Out Of 10 Cats) and in film (Hot FuzzSon of RambowStardust).

In 2015, Buxton began recording the first episodes of his podcast on Soundcloud in which he talked to a myriad of friends and interesting people, often bookended by Buxton walking his beloved dog Rosie in the East Anglian fields. Since then, it has steadily risen in popularity with a collection of over 200 episodes interviewing the likes of Sir Paul McCartney, Tom Hanks, Brian Eno, Rob Brydon, Louis Theroux, Kathy Burke, Sarah Silverman, Aisling Bea, Diane Morgan, Daisy May Cooper and many more.

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