Callum Scott looks at the recent fall and humiliation of far-right politics, despite the nation’s economic hardship.
Callum Scott looks to comedy great Kevin Eldon and his new series It’s Kevin, a breath of fresh air in a televisual world trying to be cautious and safe.
Callum Scott takes a frank look at the stigma surrounding mental health and the journey towards getting better.
Callum Scott explores the bizarre transatlantic relationship of UK & US shows and wonders whether something’s lost in translation.
Callum Scott responds to a heckler of his gay material by exploring this new face of homophobia. Shove it down people’s throats. It’s equality.
Callum Scott looks at the comedian’s relationship with the internet, Twitter and Sickipedia.
Callum Scott looks at the world of the TV stand-up comic and its weird and restrictive place within the wider sphere of comedy.
Callum’s ‘hungunder’ and brings you an article from his existential malaise, feeling a combination of ‘sorry for myself’ and ‘a bit like Lord Byron’
Callum’s starting to get a persecution complex. He’s a comic and likes Miranda…Here he explains why. Haters gonna hate.
After gigging across the Big Smoke, Callum ponders the life of a stand-up comedian in London…