Daniel has a green room chat with stand-up comedian and marathon runner, Mickey D. Mickey talks about his love of marathons, growing up in Adelaide, living in the UK and what is was like performing on Mount Everest.
Daniel drops in for a chat with Actor, Writer & Producer, Nicolette Minster. Nicolette recalls her screen debut along side Meryl Streep and gives a great insight into the life of a TV and film creator in Australia.
Daniel meets one of his childhood heroes, former Victorian and Australian cricketer, Merv Hughes. The pair sat down at Merv's favourite cafe, they discussed Merv's rise into the Aussie team, what it was like playing for his country and what he's up to now.
Daniel has a yarn with Aussie comedian, Kirsty Webeck. They discuss Kirsty's time in Taiwan, how she got into stand-up comedy and why she loves a certain hardware store more than most.
Daniel sits down for a chat with comedian, actor and Dad, Aaron Gocs. They discussed Gocsy's life before stand-up comedy, previous jobs, fatherhood, and how he handles being a cult figure.
Still in Edinburgh, Daniel had a cuppa with Aboriginal comedian, Steph Tisdell. Steph talks about her pre-comedy life, her battles with anxiety, and how overcoming those anxieties led her into stand-up comedy.
While in Edinburgh Daniel caught up with Canadian stand-up comedian, John Hastings. Born 3 months premature, John's early life in Canada was interesting to say the least. Now he travels the world making people laugh.
Daniel chews the fat with Canberra based stand-up comedian, Chris Ryan. They talk about Chris' early life in India, what made her want to start stand-up at the age of 38 and how that decision has since panned out. (Spoiler, she's doing very well)