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Stand up for embarrassment

What does it take to become a comedian? And how do you get to live a normal public life once you sign on as a joke-cracker?

Benjamin Law, a Brisbane freelance writer who has worked for magazines such as Frankie and written the memoir Family Law, talks with comedian, television presenter and media junky Charlie Pickering and Fiona Scott-Norman, an arts writer, performer, columnist B grade radio personality and queen of kitsch.

Listen in as the three chewed the fat about writing their books, what to do when your mum reads your magazine columns and how to recover from accidentally telling the world’s most insensitive joke.

Session highlights audio – Stand up for embarrassment

Session highlights edited by Southern Cross Media student, Jennifer Ferguson


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