Comedian London Hughes has launched her first podcast London, Actually on Spotify.
Every episode champions listener participation with a hilarious and at times cringing telephone blind date. It’s a dating show for the podcast era, as hopeful romantics searching for ‘the one’ are set up and speak for the first time on the podcast. With her wealth of experience on dating, London listens in on the call to narrate and critique the conversations with hilarious results. Listeners can finally fulfil their desire to eavesdrop on that blatant first date at the next-door table, guilt free!
Split into four parts, each episode includes sketches based on London’s hugely popular ‘No Filter’ online series which focuses on her disastrous dating history. Interviews range from top comedians to celeb mates such as Phil Wang, Dane Baptiste and Francis Boulle and London even gets relationship advice from her mother… to say they have different opinions on relationships would be an understatement, it’s a battle of tradition vs. Tinder.
Produced by Superstar Hughesy Ltd, the podcast packs London’s trademark, punchy delivery. This fast paced podcast is the perfect commute companion and in London’s own words “It’s not ‘Love, Actually’, it’s ‘London, Actually’”.
London, Actually will be available to listen to exclusively on Spotify from 9th September every week.