Daniel's final guest for 2018 is Tram Driver and internet celebrity, Nick Mason. The guys chat about trams, movies, Nick's big break, and how he and a mate created the hugely successful podcast, The Weekly Planet.
Daniel chats with podcaster and comedian, Jess Perkins. One third of the popular Aussie podcast, Do Go On, Jess explains how she juggles podcast fame, life, stand-up and radio.
Daniel meets one of India's leading stand-up comedians, Azeem Banatwalla. The two sat down and discussed all things comedy in India, a scene that is absolutely booming right now.
Daniel had the pleasure of having a chin wag with Aussie comedian, Aaron Chen. At just 23 years of age Chenny has had a ripper start to his career, he's won awards, hosted his own TV and toured India.
Daniel catches up with Australian comedian and TV host, Mel Buttle. The pair caught up while on tour in India, they discussed everything from Brisbane life, comedy, The Great Australian Bake Off and dogs.
Daniel sits down with one of New Zealand's finest comedians, Guy Montgomery. A man of many talents, Montgomery explains how he juggles performing and keeping a fan base in his home country, Australia and the US.
Daniel sits down for a tea with stand-up, writer and actor, Luke McGregor. One of Tasmania's finest exports Luke has already achieved plenty in his short career. The guys talk about Luke's early years, performing stand-up and what it takes to make a successful TV show.
Daniel sits down with Shenoah Allen, who is one half of the award winning American sketch comedy duo, the Pajama Men. A fascinating upbringing in Albuquerque helped Shenoah to become one of the best sketch and physical comedy performers going around.