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Summary

Please note: contains adult themes and language.

At this extraordinary national moment, with the country in lockdown, Audible teams up with some of our country's biggest stars, as they invite you in to their own homes for some uplifting chat.

Top comedian friends, who like the rest of the nation are in lockdown, get in touch with each other from their respective homes to have a conversation about how they're getting on. These are warts-and-all chats, home recorded by the stars themselves, as they try to find the positive and even funny in these extraordinary times.

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Episode 1: Sarah Millican & Jason Manford
Episode 2: Dawn French & Jennifer Saunders
Episode 3: Kurupt FM
Episode 4: Jimmy Carr & Katherine Ryan
Episode 5: Simon Pegg & Nick Frost
Episode 6: Rob Delaney & Sharon Horgan
Episode 7: Tez Ilyas & Sindhu Vee
Episode 8: Harry Enfield & Paul Whitehouse

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Most of these were totally boring!

One or two of these were positive and fun, but on the whole it's a bit like overhearing a conversation in the supermarket, where the speakers are chuntering on in an insane way about stuff that is not even remotely interesting! Definitely mostly a waste of time!
Of the 8 episodes only 1 ( Sarah Millican and Jason Manford) was worth listening to, but the rest............ Bluh!

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true comedy legends

i listened to two talented women whose friendship shone through. they made me laugh and cheered me thank you french and saunders just what i and others needed in these strange times. i do hope you will consider working together as yourselves you are so missed as french and saunders

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Heartwarming and funny

I loved these. All except one episode that felt too staged.
Comedians that work together speaking often quite frankly about their feeling during lockdown. They are funny in places and quite touching in others. Jason Mansford is really honest about his feelings and encourages others to be also. Yes there are alot worse things going on than being home with the kids etc but we really should acknowledge our feelings. The friendships really shine through in each of these. Sindhu seems like such a genuine person too. Very caring. And of course the friendships we all WANT to be real and actually do seem to be french and Saunders, Harry and Paul, Katherine and Jimmy. I really enjoyed these. I laughed a pittle, teared up a little and felt reassured. Comedians (even Jimmy Carr) have feelings and caring sides lol.

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No substance at all.

I only gave the series a few minutes, but it started so badly, which such false laughter, and two people just pretending poorly that they had a conversation. Completely pointless. It's as if the intended audience is someone desperately longing to overhear some people chatting at a bus, and making do with a poor substitute. Surely noone is that bored?

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Was laughing out loud

Daughter thought there was something wrong and turned telly off to check on me! Never heard of Kurupt FM before but omg FUNNY!!!!

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lockdown comedy

loved this. Sarah and Jason were hilarious
also Jimmy and Katherine were really funny too

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Something funny during hard times

I like nearly all the comedians here but have to say Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse were my favourite

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Joyful

Really cheers me up listening to an episode of this. More please as I am having to ration them!

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thank you!

brilliant idea. fantastic choice of people. a much needed laugh. Good timing. thank you

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Lockdown Laughs

This was a much welcome compilation of stories from some of the nations best loved comedians. Really enjoyed it ,,,,, (I skipped through only one of the eight) the remainder making me literally laugh out loud; putting a very light-hearted spin to the current times we find ourselves in. Very uplifting. Highly recommend.

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