Your Calls, with guest Rachel Parris

Episode 29,   Dec 16, 2022, 10:40 AM

Phone in special! The strikes, the strikes, and cycle lanes, plus an extended interview with Rachel Parris.

NonCensored is a weekly round up of Harriet Langley-Swindon's very popular, very real daily radio show, completely non-Censored (but with all of the rubbish edited out).

This week it's a phone-in special! Harriet and Producer Martin speak to Alison, a train worker from Southend, about why she's not joining the RMT strikes, as well as a nurse, a teacher and a postal worker. They also get a call from Margaret in Cornwall about how cyclepaths have made Reading a living hell.

There's also an extended interview with comedian, presenter, actress and improviser Rachel Parris, who talks about why she's still doing Woke comedy, even though she's not on the BBC any more; why, legally, she had nothing to do with Nish Kumar's departure from the Mash Report; and why she likes to make fun of a female author.

Thanks to Rosie Holt (@RosieIsAHolt), Brendan Murphy (@NotMurphy),  Sooz Kempner (@SoozUK), Rachel Parris (@RachelParris) and Ed Morrish.

Rosie Holt, Brendan Murphy and Eshaan Akbar are all going on tour in 2023.

Tickets for Rosie's show, The Woman's Hour, are available here.

Tickets for Brendan's show, Buffy Revamped, are available here.

Tickets for Eshaan's show, The Pretender, are available here.

Show photography by Karla Gowlett ( and show design by Chris Barker ( Music and jingles by Paddy Gervers & Rob Sell (

NonCensored is a Lead Mojo production (