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Frank is about the guests, and about their stories. It’s called Frank because I ask two guests per episode to tell true stories from their lives frankly, and ask them to trust me and their fellow guest that their vulnerability will not be their undoing. I’m very proud of their courage, and the fact that each and every one of them stepped up to the plate and made each episode hilarious and unique. They went to air 9pm Wednesdays in late 2014.
Every episode has a different theme and new guests – Here’s the link to 31 Digital’s youtube page to see every episode at your leisure.
The Wrong Show – Stav & Labby in one of their final TV appearances together after their successful national Couch Time show and their B105 breakfast radio partnership came to an end at the end of 2014.
Zoo Tales – Scott Black and Cameron Duggan – the 31 Digital boss and up and coming comedic talent sink their teeth into some meaty tales
On The Road – Jenny Wynter & Rebecca Levingstone – brilliant last comic Jenny and 612 ABC Brisbane illuminati Rebecca are beautiful to watch together as their natural storytelling abilities shine.
Spooky – Richard Fidler & Kelly Higgins-Devine – broadcasting powerhouses Richard “Conversations” Fidler and Kelly “Afternoon Delight” Higgins-Devine get scary.
The Love Show – Kiesten Macauley & Joe Shaffer – blogger, improviser and baking goddess Kiesten and Southern gent and brilliant comic Joe bare their romantic souls.
Accidentals Happen – Chris Wayne and Nick Bartlett – a Naked Magician and a fearless actor. What could possibly go wrong?
This piece was filmed by the excellent people at Bris 31 as part of the opening gala for the Brisbane Fringe Comedy Festival in August 2013. Some of the material is quite specific to Brisbane, but it is entirely clean.
As part of Nova’s KFC Comedy Snacks, I took to the stage at the Sit Down to strut my stuff. I learned some valuable lessons doing stand up for a camera and a live audience. I learned the timing for a camera is slightly different for camera and live audience. And not to wear stripes near high res cameras. You live, and you learn. And you laugh.
Taped at the Sit Down for Rooftop Comedy, this bit is one of my favourites. And its all true…