Here’s some podcasts Aisling has been on…
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Cariad talks to actor, writer and comedian Aisling Bea (8 Out of 10 Cats, The Fall, Netflix’s Comedy Line Up) about her Father, who took his own life when she was a child. As ever they talk grief, forgiveness + how much they love their therapists. You can follow Aisling on twitter @weemissbea, see where she’s gigging […]
Not only does Aisling Bea order her dream meal, the comedian and actor treats the restaurant to Hollywood anecdotes and introduces us to rappers Young Coconut, Big Gulp and Tiny Bites. Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography) and Amy Browne (illustrations)
Adam talks with Irish actor, stand-up comedian and writer Aisling Bea about getting soaked in exotic locations, the time things got weird when they both refused to wear free shoes at a comedy gig, the influences that paved the path to Aisling’s career in stand up, weird on-set behaviour, confrontations and the value of difficult […]
The Guilty Feminist Presented by Deborah Frances-White and Aisling Bea Episode 123: Visibility with special guests Jessica Fostekew, Kemah Bob, Brona C Titley and PowerPlay Recorded 26 August at McEwan Hall in Edinburgh. Released 12 November. Music by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon.
LOOK OUT! It’s only Films To Be Buried With! Join your host Brett Goldstein as he and his guest go deep into the subject of mortality via cinema, and this week he is joined by the wonderful, the always hilarious AISLING BEA! …or maybe we should call this episode the Brad & Ainsley show…? And […]
Combining music, chat and revealing profile interviews, the multi-award winning Second Captains bring shows with a lively, light-hearted and humorous tone to an audience far beyond traditional sports fans. Presented by Eoin McDevitt, Ciaran Murphy and Ken Early, their critically-acclaimed Summer morning show Second Captains Sundayfeatures high-profile comedians, actors and journalists from outside the world […]
Joel Morris & Jason Hazeley are among Britain’s busiest comedy writers. They have worked with Charlie Brooker, Mitchell & Webb, and just about everybody else, winning a BAFTA for the howl of pain that was 2016 Wipe and a Broadcast Award for Touch of Cloth. They write TV dimwit Philomena Cunk, worked on the Paddington […]
Dreamgun and The Cat Laughs Comedy Festival presents a Film Read of Back to the Future. 80’s Boy Martin McFly uses old man Brown’s car to teach his parents a thing or two about letting loose once in a while. Film Reads is funded through Patreon! Support us there and get each episode one week […]
Look who’s washed up on our shores this episode, it’s none other than actor, stand-up comedian and writer extraordinaire Aisling Bea. If Aisling can’t find her way off this god-forsaken island the entertainment industry will grind to a complete standstill… The Ch4 commissioned series she’s writing with Emmy nominated Sharon Horgan won’t get written. 8 […]
I sit down with Irish comic Aisling Bea to talk about her transition from acting to comedy, winning “So you think you’re funny”, the comedy store, and UK vs USA comics.
Talking About Winning the Fight for Reproductive Rights with Aisling Bea Aisling Bea is a world renowned comedian, activist, writer, and Irish person. She is a vocal advocate for women’s reproductive rights who faught successfuly to repeal the anti-choice 8th Amendment. We examine the political history of Ireland in regards to women’s rights, religion, the […]
Sofie talks to comedian and actor Aisling Bea about cutting rugs, Nordic dyslexia, crystal therapy, trying to make comedy out of loneliness, the crown prince of Denmark, ghosts, the placebo effect, confidence VS self esteem, the body and stress, competitive funny people, talking about tragedy and why it’s harder to be nice to those who […]
Starlee Kine (Mystery Show) and Aisling Bea (The Fall) join Paul and Jason to discuss the 2006 romantic drama The Lake House. Recorded live from Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles, they cover everything from the magic mailbox to the magic tree to whether or not the dog is responsible for everything. Plus, everyone […]
While Aisling Bea’s Mom was breaking gender roles, she was busy as an altar girl in Ireland, getting bad tans and tan lines in the U.S. and helping burn victims recover. DO NOT MISS THIS EPISODE!
The Guilty Feminist Presented by Deborah Frances-White and Aisling Bea Episode 55: Pioneers with special guest Rachel Bloom Recorded 23 June 2017 at iO West in Los Angeles. Released 10 July 2017. Music by Mark Hodge and produced by Euan Maco McAleece.
Michael Showalter (Search Party) and Aisling Bea (The Fall) join Paul and Jason to talk about the vampire movie Vampire Academy. They’ll cover everything from the gumbo of a plot to out of place mall montage to the orgasmic vampire bites. It’s not as sexy as Twilight, not as dangerous as Hunger Games, and not […]
Welcome, Welcome, Welcome to episode 166 of the Distraction Pieces Podcast with Scroobius Pip! Thank you for tuning in, people – you are most welcome (I refer you back to the three welcomes about 30 words ago) and it is a pleasure to have you here. In return for your attendance, consider yourself fully blessed […]
UFOS! Are they real? Have they visited us? Are we alone in the universe? By the end of this podcast you may believe! The truth is in here. Ufologist Ryan Sprague makes a case that UFOs have been here many times. Joining us are comic guests: Kumail Nanjiani, Emily Gordon and Aisling Bea.
This week Jack Gleeson, T.J. Miller and Aisling Bea joined Jarlath on stage in a packed Set Theatre in Kilkenny during the Cats Laughs Festival for one of the funniest episodes of the series to date. Jack tells us why, despite his starring role, he has never watched Game of Thrones (22:00) and clears up […]
From Cracked co-founder Jack O’Brien, THE DAILY ZEITGEIST is stepping into that fray with some of the funniest and smartest comedic and journalistic minds around. Jack will spend up to an hour every weekday sorting through the events and stories driving the headlines, to help you find the signal in the noise, with a few […]
Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. Host, Jessica Fostekew (Motherland) has a frank conversation with an interesting person about gobbling; guzzling; nibbling; scoffing; devouring and wolfing all up… or if you will, hoovering. In this episode, Aisling Bea (8 out of 10 Cats, QI, Hard Sun, The Fall) talks to me about all the waste […]
Stand up comic Des Bishop, talks to Comics, Politicians, Artists and whoever he finds interesting about life on both sides of the Atlantic. “I picked up Aisling at the airport and dropped her out to her mom’s in Kildare. Aisling is a huge rising star of comedy in Ireland and in the UK. In her […]
Sara Pascoe and I talk about our trip to the Calais Jungle. The Guilty Feminist Presented by Deborah Frances-White Episode 100: Change with guest comedians Sindhu Vee and Alison Spittle and guest interviewees Carys Afoko, Scarlett Curtis, Becca Bunce, Steve Ali, Josie Naughton, Sara Pascoe, Aisling Bea and music from Ali McGregor Recorded 24 May […]
The team who brought you Glamour’s Hey, It’s OK… proudly present Is It Just Me? Each week Jo Elvin, James Williams and a celebrity guest debate the funniest, weirdest and most pressing dilemmas: from social media to mental health, to, erm… bra washing. Are you alone in your strong opinions on trivial stuff? The comedian […]
In this episode of In Conversation…, Standard Issue’s Hannah Dunleavy and founder Sarah Millican chat with Aisling Bea, Kate Thornton and Holly Walsh about STDs, dustbusting and the ongoing beef between the badger and fox communities. Recorded at the Leicester Square Theatre, London on July 18, 2017.
RHLSTP #97: Aisling Bea – Minstrels. Richard is worried about the psychological impact of Winnie the Pooh’s skull being on display in a museum, but overcomes his fears long enough to introduce ex-philosophy student Aisling Bea. Find out what it’s like making love to Enya, whether a degree still counts if you cheated all the […]
On this episode of Girls With Goals we flew to the UK to chat with Aisling Bea and Angela Scanlon. We spoke about ethical fashion and how tiny personal choices can affect huge change… we also discussed the Repeal the 8th Movement in Ireland and how trampolines are the new Child Of Prague. For our […]
The Guilty Feminist Presented by Deborah Frances-White and Sara Pascoe Episode 30: Ethical Clothing with special guest Aisling Bea Recorded 7 November 2016 at Kings Place in London. Released 16 January 2017. Music by Mark Hodge and produced by Euan Maco McAleece.
This week multi award-winning writer/comic/actor Aisling Bea joins Jarlath to discuss her meteoric rise to the top of the comedy industry. Today she is known for her stand out performances on Live At The Apollo, QI, 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Dead Boss, Trollied and The Delivery Man but in this candid conversation she tells […]
An irrepressibly charming personality, Aisling Bea’s standup bubbles over with unusual perspectives and ludicrous family stories; few acts have climbed as high as fast. She talks here about finding a balance between her sitcom success and her comedy career, intimidating herself, and loving working… Recorded Live At The Edinburgh Fringe 2015.
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