In this episode Dane takes us through his favourite comedians and his biggest influences. Original and provocative, Baptiste is hailed as one of the most exciting acts to break in years. His extensive TV credits include Live at the Apollo (BBC Two), Mock the Week (BBC Two), 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (Channel 4), The Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV2), Black, British and Funny (Channel 4), Frankie Boyle’s New World Order (BBC Two), Roast Battle (Comedy Central), Comedians Giving Lectures (Dave), Hypothetical (Dave), Tonight at the London Palladium (ITV1), Live from the BBC (BBC Three), Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (Dave), Comedians Solve World Problems (Comedy Central) and more. During the 2020 lockdown Baptiste performed on The Big Night In (BBC One) for Children in Need and Comic Relief. He has also hosted Live At The Apollo (BBC Two), Live from the Comedy Store (Comedy Central) and created, wrote and starred in his own sitcom Sunny D (BBC Three/One), which was the first black sitcom commissioned by the BBC in 20 years and is now being reformatted for US markets.
Jake chats with fellow comedian Dane Baptiste to discuss his perfect dinner party guests (1 alive, 1 dead, 1 fictional) they also discuss, fashionable dogs, scooters, pogs, Charles Ingram, superheroes, and much, much more. Enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S1E17 :: Dane Baptiste - Comedian, BBC Sitcom Writer & Best Newcomer at The Fringe
Dangerous Dinners Podcast
Yes… I am going to say it, this week’s episode is the funniest one we have ever had. Joining us at the takeaway table tonight is British comedian Dane Baptiste. This guy has had us in stitches all week. Dane is a bit of a comedy legend, smashing it out the park in 2014 and winning Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy awards. He has gone on to write sitcoms for the BBC, work with Idris Elba and sell out comedy tours up and down the UK!Prepare for ridiculous chat throughout and an in-depth knowledge of fast food no one man should have. It’s Bane Baptiste. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#122 with Dane Baptiste - Have a Word w/Adam & Dan
Have a Word with Adam Rowe & Dan Nightingale
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Dane Baptiste summons Kath Hughes and Ed Easton away from Spooktown and to the tropical island of Caricu for a tale of fire and brimstone.Download transcripts of all episodes here https://littlewander.co.uk/little-wander-podcasts/welcome-to-spooktown/Hosted by Kath Hughes and Ed Eastonhttp://www.geinsfamilygiftshop.co.uk/Produced by Little Wanderhttps://littlewander.co.uk/Recorded and edited by Jo Southerd.Theme Music by Rhodri Vineyhttps://ratatosk.bandcamp.comhttps://righthandlefthand.bandcamp.comFollow Welcome to Spooktown https://twitter.com/SpooktownPodhttps://twitter.com/GeinsFamilyGifthttps://twitter.com/EdwardEaston
Songs To Live By is a podcast celebrating different generations of Black culture through the shared love of music. Host Vick Hope is joined by two guests, who grew up at different times, to share the songs that shaped their lives. Each guest brings two songs and each episode is a journey into their lives, our history and some great music - new and old.In this episode Vick is joined by stand-up comedian, writer and presenter Dane Baptiste, and poet performer Sophia Thakur. Dane made comedy history in 2014 as the first Black British act to be nominated for a comedy award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for his debut stand up show Citizen Dane. Sophia Thakur has been performing since the age of 16 and has a wide reach across social media. She has presented two TEDxTalks and her debut collection of poems 'Somebody Give This Heart A Pen' was published in 2019.
#119 Kenny Ethan-Jones, Dane Baptiste and Amandla Stenberg on Living Your Truth
Welcome back to Wanna Be- the podcast takes you from where you are now to where you wanna be in 30 minutes or less.I’m Imriel Morgan, Founder of Content is Queen a podcast agency and club for ambitious podcasters with phenomenal taste, high expectations and a desire to sound as good as I do now.Thank you so much for taking the time to be here! Wanna Be’s focus is to help you take consistent action to build a successful life and career in the creative and entertainment industry.Coming up are three phenomenal guests who are about to help you:Own your identityFind the power in communityAnd.. why you should check in with your body before it’s too lateLet’s do thisIn today’s episode, I’m super pumped to bring you a soul-enriching conversation with Kenny Ethan Jones. Kenny is a model, entrepreneur and activist who focuses on menstruation, body politics, mental health and intimacy. Kenny’s goal is to start open and respectful conversations about all things trans in hopes of attaining equality for all trans people.The focus of this interview is to help you make an impact through your works. And we talk what it REALLY takes to be an activist and an ally.We’ll get back to Kenny in just a minute. I want to share someone who has popped up on my radar for a little while now, comedian Dane Baptiste who has kept a lot of people laughing throughout these crazy times. He’s got something he’d like to share with you… Take it away Dane!If you’re feeling the vibes or event thinking Dane is my kind of guy, then be sure to follow him on Twitter @DaneBaptweets and Instagram @danesnaptiste Now back to Kenny...Kenny was life! I loved loved loved talking to him. Be sure to follow Kenny on Instagram @KennyEthanJones I’ve been a fan for a hot minute and he never disappoints with his content and his generosity.Before we wrap up, actress Amandla Stenberg has something she’d like to share with you about the power of community…. Take it away AmandlaThat’s a wrap, thank you so much for listening. I hope this half an hour has brought inspiration, motivation and most importantly joy to your day.I’d like to encourage you to think about one person who needs a little joy in their day and share this episode with them right now! If you’d like the extended interview with Kenny, all you have to do is screenshot and share this episode to your Instagram stories and tag @contentisqueenhq.Until next time…. ByeeeeCreditsThis is a Content is Queen ProductionHosted by me Imriel MorganEdited by Amber Miller and Joseph PerrySound Design by Amber MillerMusic and sound FX’s are from Epidemic Sound See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S1EP2: He's Not Famous, He's Bamous - It's Dane Baptiste
Say it Loud
Our special guest, writer and stand-up comedian Dane Baptiste made history in 2014 as the first black British solo comic to be nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer for his set, Citizen Dane. Now going onto his fourth stand up tour, The Chocolate Chip – he has become a regular on the TV circuit, featuring on Mock the Week, Pointless Celebrities & Hypothetical. Dane is also known for creating and starring in BBC Three sitcom Sunny D and now his new BBC Three show which is everything unapologetically black and British BAMOUS which also aired on BBC One. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.