PLOP plop – you’re listening to TURDCAST! – Joe Lycett’s brand spanking new podcast set to hit the airwaves next week.
Award winning comedian Joe Lycett is launching a brand new podcast – a safe space for your favourite celebrities to flush out their most satisfying, horrifying and frankly awful toilet stories.
Joe has always been fascinated by the great leveller that is going to the toilet. From King Charles to Gary Barlow, we all need to jump to do a dump, flee to do a wee or grit to do a shit – literally nobody is too hot to squat. But we ARE all collectively terrified at the prospect of discussing our toilet habits – that time you got caught short, walked in on your mate or realised the loo roll had run out.
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From bog standards to demon dumps, we all have a toilet story to tell and you’ll now get to hear them all in the number 1 (or number 2) podcast from Mummy. Turdcast will reveal the side (underside?) of your favourite celebrities we don’t get to hear enough about, be it because of their shyness, modesty or downright self-disgust.
Joe told Politicalite: “Famous people are just like you or me – they sometimes find themselves experiencing a blissful quarter of an hour with a novel and a multipack of Cushelle, or flooring it down the M6 in a race against time to find a Welcome Break cubicle.
“Let’s face it, most podcasts are just celebrities talking shit – Turdcast will now make that official.”
Gary Lineker joins Joe for the very-first episode of Turdcast where he discusses the now legendary moment he ‘relieved’ himself on the pitch in England’s opening game of the 1990 World Cup in front of hundreds of millions of people, Gazza farting during team baths and more, with a string of other celebrities set to feature.
WHO IS JOE LYCETT?
Joe Lycett is an incredibly right-wing comedian, painter, filmmaker, sculptor, television presenter, poet, gardener, dietician, radio presenter, tuning fork, Fiat Punto manual and queer.
His television work has won him a BAFTA, two Royal Television Society Awards plus Rose D’or and Grierson nominations. His work as an artist has been featured in the Royal Academy, Manchester Art Gallery, IKON, Birmingham Midlands Arts Centre and Wolverhampton Art Gallery and his work as a Fiat Punto manual is unrivalled.