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Nick Doody

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Giraffe Tongues, Nose Hairs and Elephant Sneezes with Nick Doody

Comedy Club 4 Kids Presents: Radio Nonsense

Ursy aged 8 sends us lots of questions for the Man on the Isle of Man (maybe). So who else is poised to answer so many complicated things about giraffe tongues and nose hairs? Well Nick Doody of course.WE NEED YOUR QUESTIONS! SEND THEM IN TO: podcast@comedyclub4kids.co.ukGROWN UPS: IF YOU CAN BUY US A COFFEE/KEEP COMEDIANS ALIVE RIGHT NOW PLEASE DO SO HERE: https://ko-fi.com/comedyclub4kidsYOU CAN ALSO HEAR TIERNAN ON THE SUPER GREAT KIDS STORIES PODCAST HERE: https://www.podfollow.com/1533072212Website: www.comedyclub4kids.co.ukTwitter: @ComedyClub4KidsFacebook: facebook.com/ComedyClub4KidsPopJam:ComedyClub4KidsHosted by Tiernan Douieb. Music by Paddy Gervers. Design by Cal Prendergast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


23 Mar 2021

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Episode 334 - Nick Doody

Probably Science

Writer/comedian friend of the show Nick Doody (@NickDoody) returns to discuss linguistics, space herpes, atoms and the strong force, the reason for zebra stripes or maybe not, a physics theory as to why time flies more as we age, the first female Abel prize winner, famous Norwegians, lady strokes from lady strokes, the Citizens of Nowhere podcast and Bigipedia.

1hr 34mins

3 Apr 2019

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Live at the Backyard Comedy Club

Chris and David chat to Nick Doody about his writing work as well as his stand up and things you can bottle to make money. Website: www.nickdoody.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/NickDoody


26 Oct 2017

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Episode 213 - Professor Sophie Scott and Nick Doody

Probably Science

Professor Sophie Scott (@sophiescott) of University College London's Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience welcomes Matt and past guest Nick Doody (@NickDoody) to her office to discuss her research on the neural basis of human speech processing, and specifically her study of laughter.

1hr 4mins

4 Jul 2016

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Tom Rhodes Smart Camp

I first met Nick Doody in Meribel, France when we were both performing at the Altitude festival together. Since then I have worked with him many times in London and Edinburgh. He is a striver and an achiever because he is not lazy and is always trying to bust out new material which I always find inspiring.I like his style and his intelligence that he brings to the stage and most importantly in the course of our friendship we never chit chat about insignificant things but always dig deep into each others brains where the best thoughts live.I have always said that London was the key to getting into the world wide circuits for me but what keeps pulling me back there other than some of the best audiences this planet has to offer is the countless genius comedian friends I have there of which I include Nick without hesitation. I often like to see comedians as gun fighters because of the fearlessness with which they have to stare down threatening beasts.I've seen him tame wild beasts and make them purr by rubbing their bellies with intelligent thoughts and that is why it is my pleasure to present to you now the one and only Nick Doody! End Song:Bob Dylan    Caribbean WindRecorded in London England

1hr 15mins

3 Apr 2015

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84 - Nick Doody

The Comedian's Comedian Podcast

Nick Doody is a textbook "unsung hero" of comedy: fiercely analytical, and with an approach to jokes that is both cerebral and instinctive.  He talks here in fascinating detail about elements of his writing process: divergent thinking, freeing oneself from the logic of a situation, and manufacturing outrage...Jim Jefferies, The Now Show, Radio 4, Ben Moore, Wayne Shepherd, The Comedy Cellar, Arnold Brown, Stephen Fry, Bill Hicks, Jack Dee, Stephen Wright, Emo Phillips, Nick Revel, Ben And Arn, Paul Rogan, Stewart Lee, Andy Zaltzman, Matt Kirshen, John Gordillo, Simon Evans, Old Rope, Louis CK, Carey Marx, Ed Byrne Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

1hr 20mins

10 Jul 2014

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Episode 080 - Nick Doody

Probably Science

Matt's still out of the country, but luckily he was able to record a remote episode with the very funny Nick Doody (twitter.com/nickdoody), his co-writer on the BBC Radio show Bigipedia. We'll be back soon with more new episodes!


1 Sep 2013

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Series 3, Episode 2 (Susan Calman & Nick Doody)

Do The Right Thing

Susan Calman and Nick Doody are the guests in this Calpol-fuelled episode recorded at the Pleasance at the Edinburgh Fringe 2012. The show also features dogs, Cagney and Lacey, landlord grief, cinemas and organ transplantation - plus expert guest Matthew Perret giving us a peek into the exotic world of simultaneous interpretation. If you enjoy the show then you can really help us out by spreading the word - perhaps set up an email spamming service with this sole objective? If you are Twitter-literate then do follow the show @DTRTpodcast. Please also comment on the show on iTunes and our Facebook page. See you for more next time! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


5 Dec 2012

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2011 #08: Dave Gorman and Nick Doody

Richard Herring's Edinburgh Fringe Podcast

Episode 8 - Deluge - It's been pissing down in Edinburgh for 24 hours, but everyone's in good spirits because there are two fabulous guests - Dave Gorman and Nick Doody. Rich has a zooaphilia-based new challenge for Dave to write a book about, but Dave seems more keen to play darts. The weirdo. There's chat about being spotted on Twitter and/or Heat magazine as well as the 'stuff' that Paul Daniels hates and Rich almost getting in fight with a flying picket. Sorry a Flying Picket. And Raquel from Only Fools. One lucky punter is going to win the entire back catalogue of www.gofasterstripe.com (go there to buy work by some of the country's best comedians - and Andrew Collings). You'll also find out if Dave Gorman has ever seen a ghost. Nick Doody is on hand for a great stand-up set. His decision to not go in the Fringe programme is explained here: http://bit.ly/NickDoody

1hr 1min

11 Aug 2011

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Bright Club 26 with Nick Doody and John J Johnston

The Bright Club Podcast

What did the powerful get up to in Ancient Egypt? Egyptologist John J Johnston knows, comedian Nick Doody asks, and Steve Cross looks confused. This podcast is supported by the Wellcome Trust.


28 Nov 2010