Sajeela Kershi is a Muslim agnostic in agony. Sitting firmly on the faith fence, she's equally intolerant of fanatic atheists as she is of religious fanatics. Sajeela asks Martin Walker why it’s so hard for people to say, “I don’t know” when it comes to religion.
Five person sketch group ‘The Jest’, present a world of
wayward characters, black humour and delightfully dark sketches. Martin Walker
talks to Jester, Ella Ainsworth about mixing horror with humour, and what it’s
like to share a flat with four other people for a month.
Character comedian Charlotte McDougall makes her solo debut
at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe as Gay Furnish Flirt Coach, sexologist and
dating guru. As Charlotte explains to Martin Walker, Gay can change your life.
Hannah Croft and Fiona Pearce have been writing and
performing sketches together for years, having first met at school. Martin
Walker enjoyed the company of this playful double act as they mulled over their
new Radio 4 series and their latest Edinburgh Fringe show, ‘There’s Always