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)
Daniel has an appointment with Melbourne-based Cardiologist, Dr Adam Gay. Daniel has always been fascinated by the human heart, so he caught up with Dr Gay at his clinic. They cover topics such as heart health, heart disease and how the ticker works.
Daniel has a chinwag with actor, comedian and part time choreographer, Nikki Britton. They discuss Nikki's previous jobs, which include being a choreographer at Disneyland, how Nikki got into stand-up comedy and how she's starting to kick goals after years of hard work.
Daniel sits down with current Melbourne Storm and Queensland NRL player, Christian Welch. Christian gives a great insight into his journey so far, what life is like as a professional rugby league player and how he survived the infamous Melbourne Storm 'I don't quit' camp.
Daniel catches up with Australian stand-up comedian and dog owner, Nath Valvo. The pair chat about how they survived a typhoon in Hong Kong, Nath's career so far and how he goes supporting his partner's love of triathlons.
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.