#13 Pathetic - Richard is very excited to meet the man who made him give up viewing porn (temporarily), Groove is in the Heart dancer and park ranger Louis Theroux. With a bad choice of words Richard almost Merchants the podcast early on and the interviewer becomes the interviewee as Herring gets Therouxed and opens up about his pre-marital life.Will he be the subject of one of Louis’ future documentaries? Can there be a more insulting thing to happen to a person given the broken people he generally focuses on. Louis’ interview with Jimmy Savile is analysed in depth. Should he have spotted the monster lurking beneath the surface? Plus revelations about fagging for Nick Clegg, the bullying of Max Clifford and having your bits ripped off by a chimp. It’s a fascinating 90 minute chat, more serious than usual, but still very funny.SUPPORT THE SHOW!Watch our TWITCH CHANNELBecome a badger and see extra content at our WEBSITESee details of the RHLSTP TOUR DATESBuy DVDs and Books from GO FASTER STRIPESee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ep 24 - Louis Theroux's America's Most Dangerous Pets
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Your favourite podcast drivel is back, talking smack about (another) Louis Theroux show: America's Most Dangerous Pets. Pre-Tiger King, this doco looks at Joe Exotic and other Yanks who own way too many exotic pets. Louis Theroux's AMDP is now streaming on ABC iView.
I got to interview the interviewer in this episode, as I spent time with Louis Theroux. Louis shared memories of his early years, the challenges of his extraordinary career and the schoolboy sense of humour that sometimes gets him into trouble... Louis' charity of choice: The Trussell Trust https://www.trusselltrust.org Produced by The Podcast Company for Deeney Media See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode Ric & Mat dissect; “ Louis Theroux: Looking For Love" Louis goes to Thailand to look at the dating scene for British men in early 2000 and we meet another of Rics documentary hero's. As always each episode contains passion, intelligence, spoilers, jokes and laughter Join our Patreon for bonus content and help us to continue producing our Podcast https://www.patreon.com/DiscussingDocumentaries Or Support us with a Paypal donation; https://ko-fi.com/discussingdocumentaries Contact us; Website = DiscussingDocumentaries.com Email = https://www.facebook.com/DiscussingDocumentaries Tweet = @DiscussDocPod Instagram = @DiscussingDocumentaries
“There’s a reason why I talk to other people for a living...” — Louis Theroux, documentary filmmaker
The Gentleman's Journal Podcast
Louis Theroux is a documentary filmmaker, journalist, broadcaster, national treasure, and latterly podcast host. Louis joined us on the podcast to talk about the release of his brilliant new documentary Shooting Joe Exotic, in which he revisits the star of last year's Tiger King documentary — but the conversation soon became about so much more: the state of America right now; the trouble with social media; the poignancy of shooting horses; the perils of podcast coziness — and the very art of interviewing itself. Louis Theroux: Shooting Joe Exotic is now available on BBC iPlayer
EP.150 - LOUIS THEROUX LIVE AT THE ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL 2019
THE ADAM BUXTON PODCAST
Adam talks with journalist, documentary presenter, podcaster and school friend, Louis Theroux.This is an edited version of a conversation that took place in front of a live audience at London's Royal Festival Hall on 25th September, 2019.I was there to interview Louis about his book, Gotta Get Theroux This, and as well as serious subjects like eating disorders and the abuses perpetrated by Michael Jackson, we covered lighter topics like the strange rumours about Louis circulated by the late sinister PR guru Max Clifford.We also covered Theroux memes, Theroux tattoos, the secrets of Theroux's interviewing technique, and my concerns with how Louis described the teenage me in his book.Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and Emma Corsham for conversation editingThanks also to the Royal Festival Hall events team for letting me use this edited version of the recording here.Podcast artwork by Helen GreenRELATED LINKSADAM BUXTON'S BLOGRAMBLE BOOK by ADAM BUXTON - 2020 (AUDIOBOOK AT APPLE)RAMBLE BOOK by ADAM BUXTON - 2020 (AUDIOBOOK AT AUDIBLE)GOTTA GET THEROUX THIS by LOUIS THEROUX - 2019 (WATERSTONES)LOUIS THEROUX - GROUNDED PODCASTLOUIS REACTS TO TATTOOS OF HIMSELF - 2018 (YOUTUBE)LOUIS ON THE ADAM BUXTON PODCAST EP.121 - MAY 2020LOUIS ON THE ADAM BUXTON PODCAST EP.100 - JULY 2019LOUIS ON THE ADAM BUXTON PODCAST EP.81 - OCTOBER 2018LOUIS ON THE ADAM BUXTON PODCAST EP.49 - SEPTEMBER 2017LOUIS ON THE ADAM BUXTON PODCAST EP.29 - SEPTEMBER 2016LOUIS ON THE ADAM BUXTON PODCAST EP.10 - NOVEMBER 2015LOUIS ON THE ADAM BUXTON PODCAST EP.1 - SEPTEMBER 2015OTHER RELATED LINKSLEAVING NEVERLAND - MICHAEL JACKSON ABUSE DOCUMENTARY - 2019 (YOUTUBE)ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL WEBSITECHIRP-O-MATIC (EUROPE) BIRD SONG IDENTIFYING APP (ON APPLE APP STORE)See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Without Adversity, There is No Triumph: A Conversation with Louis Theroux
In the age of quarantine, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by what divides us. Bridging our differences and making genuine human connections has always been difficult. Here to help coach us through the process is Louis Theroux, a documentary filmmaker, journalist, broadcaster, and author.Louis has nearly three decades of experience interviewing some of the most interesting - and some of the most wacky - people on the planet. Today, he shares his experiences facing adversity, and explains why a shared sense of humanity is the necessary first step to create lasting change.If you enjoyed this episode and want to learn more about how Salesforce can help you in today's changing world, be sure to check out www.salesforce.com/uk.
Joe Wicks wants to know: What’s the one thing that makes life better?Joe loves finding ways to boost his mental and physical health, so he’s asking some of his inspiring mates about their secret to physical and mental happiness. Whether it’s a high-intensity cycle, a freezing cold shower or a good night's sleep, every guest will share the one thing that works for them.Documentary maker Louis Theroux has made a career out of immersing himself in the weirdest and most wonderful sides of human nature. From mega-jails to mental hospitals; from survivalists to Scientologists; from pro-wrestlers to porn-stars, Louis' seen it all. He approaches each of his subjects with the same inimitable mix of gentle good humour, and a slew of awkward questions.Joe Wicks has been a fan of Louis' shows since he was a child, but he never would have thought Louis was a fan of his too! Together they chat about working out, surviving lock-down, and Louis' own top self-care tip: a cheeky 10 minute nap.Summer holiday’s been postponed and you’re feeling down? Forget about it. This is sunshine in a podcast. Joe Wicks is here for you, and he won’t stop until you’re fit and happy.Producer: Emily KnightEditor: Dimitri HoutartA BBC Audio Bristol production for Radio 4