PREVIEW: Laughable

If you are in need of a new podcast to listen to, find out more about Laughable – created by Jayde Adams, Garrett Millerick and Red Richardson.  

Comics Jayde Adams  Garrett Millerick  and Red Richardson have launched their brand new weekly comedy podcast Laughable.

Launching on the 3rd February, Laughable looks at the week’s forgotten news, avoiding the traditional news show model of focus on what everyone else is chatting about to delve deeper and discover headlines that are somewhat quirkier.

Released every Wednesday, the podcast will feature everything from twitter spats to government briefings, it’s impossible to cover it all by yourself, so the thorough trio; will take listeners on a whirlwind tour of the most bizarre, shameful and outrageous news stories that missed the mainstream.

Each of the hosts have their particular area of expertise which is as follows:

Jayde Adams –  The Resident Celebrity Expert (and an actual celebrity).

Jayde’s experience in the world of celebrity and her devotion, fascination and mastery of social media means there’s no one better placed to take listeners on a journey through the more idiosyncratic stories about our beloved household names.

Garrett Millerick — The Broadsheet loving man from the past

Garrett, a self-confessed Luddite and very reluctant social media user, will be bringing stories from the antiquated print media to the table. He has no idea what’s going on in the world of celebrity, sports or indeed the internet. He is far more comfortable consuming news like a man from the past: from a newspaper.

Red Richardson — Red Top Red.

Red is more likely to be reading stories from our great British tabloids than he is to be browsing the BBC website. His up-to-date knowledge of the world is mainly culled from Britain’s most popular newspapers alongside screen-grabs that come to him fresh from circulating around the least salubrious areas of WhatsApp and Twitter.

While the first episode will be launched on the 3rd February, a taster “episode zero” is available to listen to here.

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