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Life Upon The Wicked Stage: Showstoppers EdFringe Intro Anthem

Yes, the Showstoppers are back with a weekly round up of the festival in full song. But just to give you a taster, here's a quick intro dedicated to everyone heading up to Edinburgh this August. Check out the Showstoppers here.

Mae Martin: 'I've only ever wanted to do comedy.'

In the one hundred and thirty fifth - and last - of the pre 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe comedy interviews, Martin Walker finally catches up with Canadian Mae Martin. In an extended chat they discuss identity, sexuality and Mae’s brand new show, Us.

Tiff Stevenson: Mad Man

In Tiff Stevenson: Mad Man, the comic will ask why, in our current world, where it is no longer reasonable to be reasonable, do we literally have to scream to be heard? What makes a person anyhow? Martin Walker asks if she enjoys the label, ‘the female Bill Hicks”.

Sarah Callaghan: 'I'm not a character. This is me.'

23 year-old Sarah Callaghan still lives at home with her Mum. Some people look at her and immediately judge. Surely this woman doesn't know anything about life or the world? But that's not true. Martin Walker chats to a real person about her new show, ‘Elephant’.

Natasha Noman's lesbian Tinder date in Pakistan

On the historic day when the US Supreme Court ruled that same sex marriage should be legal in every state in America, Martin Walker phoned Natasha Noman to ask about her Edinburgh Fringe show. Noman's Land is an autobiographical one-woman comedy about Natasha's experiences as a gay, female journalist in Pakistan.