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THE ADAM BUXTON PODCAST on Smash Notes

THE ADAM BUXTON PODCAST podcast.

December 28, 2019

British comedian Adam Buxton talks with interesting people. The rambly conversations are sometimes funny, sometimes more serious with funny bits. Adam records the intros and outros for most episodes while walking with his dog friend Rosie in the East Anglian countryside where he lives with his wife and three children.

Adam has appeared in films such as ‘Hot Fuzz’, ‘Stardust’ and ‘Son Of Rambow’ as well as a variety of TV shows in the UK. Since 2007 he has hosted ‘BUG’, a live show that combines music videos and comedy that became a TV series on Sky Atlantic in 2012. From time to time he also does live shows featuring just his own material. Along with lifelong friend Joe Cornish he also is one half of award winning TV, radio and podcast duo Adam & Joe who have worked together since 1995.

You can find many of the insanely catchy jingles Adam makes for the podcast as well as amazing bonus material, beautiful merchandise and a selection of his incredibly funny and brilliant YouTube videos on the free Adam Buxton app.

Adam is writing this himself using the third person.



Episodes with Smash Notes

Adam enjoys a rambling conversation with British actor and comedian, Ellie White.  CAUTION: BAD LANGUAGE AND SMUT This episode was recorded remotely on September 10th, 2020. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to Emma C...

Adam talks with Jason and Andrew of British band Sleaford Mods about selling out, Class, musical influences, the stories behind a few of their lyrics and social media. The conversation was recorded in London comedy venue 2 Northdown in April, 2019. Tha...

Adam talks with British writer, columnist and creative director Raven Smith about parents and surrogacy, erasing history in the wake of the George Floyd killing, dangerous biscuits, Charlie Bucket's grandparents, and what most people would do if t...

Adam talks to British pop star Robbie Williams about insecurity, oversensitivity, UFO sightings, what it's like to be dissed by a musical hero from beyond the grave, whether Adam will be invited to Robbie's private island, why the Brit Awards...

Adam talks with British journalist and author Caitlin Moran about sex, farts, dog snogs and genitals, however in amongst all that there is a serious section about eating disorders. The conversation was recorded remotely on September 2nd, 2020. Thanks t...

Adam talks with British writer Zadie Smith. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to Matt Lamont for additional editing. Podcast artwork by Helen Green https://helengreenillustration.com/ RELATED LINKS ZADIE SMITH - INTIMATIONS (2...

Adam talks with British journalist Helen Lewis about her book Difficult Women, A History of Feminism In 11 Fights, her encounter with Canadian clinical psychologist and author Jordan Peterson who Helen interviewed for GQ magazine in 2018, the downside ...

Adam talks with guitarist Ed O'Brien about embarrassing Radiohead videos, stolen mini discs, getting cosmic, the romance of space, whether Ed really is the 59th greatest guitarist of all time and his new solo project EOB. This conversation was rec...

Adam talks with British writer and comedian Holly Walsh about stand up, boarding schools, farts (and other things you don't want to hear in a podcast), Hilary Clinton and the problem with mopping. The conversation was recorded remotely on June 30t...

Adam talks lockdown TV and bereavement with his old friend Joe Cornish.

WARNING 1: In the course of talking about the TV show Escape At Dannemora we discuss aspects of the plot and certain details that I don't think would spoil your enjoyment of...

Adam enjoys a rambly conversation with American comedian and writer Sara Barron in front of a live audience at the London Podcast Festival, September 2019. RELATED LINKS ADAM BUXTON'S RAMBLE BOOK (AUDIO BOOK AT AUDIBLE) (2020) SARA BARRON LIVE AT ...

Adam talks with British poet, rapper and podcaster George Mpanga, aka George The Poet. Recorded in front of a live audience at The London podcast Festival, September 13th, 2019. Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and to Matt Lamont...