Comedians Alison Thea-Skot (@alisontheaskot) and Joz Norris (@joznorris) discuss the world’s secrets, as submitted by the audience, and decide whether they should be made public or placed in the Top Secret Vault. If you’ve ever done something funny or terrible, and never told anyone, now is the time to unleash the facts anonymously at secretspodcast.show.
Cover Art by Jess Lindsey (@_watthouse_)
How you can be really honest and people still not believe you, did a listener allow a thief to escape and how to hide a non-existent collection of breakfast food.
We also have a special guest playing ‘The Secret Secret’.
Join the fun by listening, and keep sending your tales to Joz and Ali right NOW to secretspodcast.show
Joz Norris is an award-winning and critically acclaimed comic, writer and actor. His 2019 show Joz Norris Is Dead. Long Live Mr Fruit Salad. won the Comedians’ Choice Award for Best Show, was nominated for the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality and the Chortle Award for Best Musical & Variety Act, and transferred to an extended run at Soho Theatre. His Radio 4 comedy special A Small Talk On Small Talk was a Guardian Audio Pick of the Week and received rave reviews in the Guardian and the Big Issue, and he also co-created and co-presented the Radio 4 programme Useless Millennials with Roxy Dunn.
Alison is a critically acclaimed actress, character comedian and writer. She has worked extensively from Shakespeare’s Globe to Basil Brush for the BBC and was nominated for Best Actress at The British Independent Film Festival for her role in the short film ‘Desire’. She began her venture into comedy with a sketch group under the direction of Foster’s Award Winner Adam Riches, and has since enjoyed sell out the runs at Edinburgh fringe, received raved reviews, was selected as part of The Telegraph’s Best of the Fringe, Mervyn Stutter’s Pick of the Fringe and featured on The BBC Culture Show.