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Big Zuu Guest James Acaster Talks Food

Comedian and committed foodie James Acaster is one of the guests on the new series of Big Zuu's Big Eats, which airs on Dave on Mondays at 10pm. The Acaster episode is on June 14.

Acaster has asked hosts Zuu, Tubsey and Hyder to bring their food van to Crystal Palace, South London where he is recording the latest episode of his hit podcast “Off Menu”


James Acaster Talks Wrestling With Dave Bautista

Comedian James Acaster appeared on The Jonathan Ross Show this week and made what you might call something of a splash. He was dressed in an alligator suit and talked about his time on C4's Celebrity Bake Off and his most memorable bad stand-up gigs, which included being onstage while someone from the audience got up and started masturbating. He also had some banter with fellow guest Tom Jones.

One of the weirdest exchanges, however, was with Dave Bautista, which you can see here if you missed it.


Classic Interview: James Acaster

Interviews often make fascinating reading in retrospect. When I interviewed James Acaster in 2017 for the Evening Standard he seemed in pretty good spirits, although there did seem to be hints of a darker undercurrent.


The Jonathan Ross Show Guests This Week

The Jonathan Ross Show guests this week include James Acaster, Tom Jones, Paloma Faith, star of Guardians of the Galaxy, Dave Bautista, former world champion boxer Nicola Adams, and the chart-topping Royal Blood, who will be performing in the studio.


"Right now I don't want to do it again ever." James Acaster on Stand-Up

James Acaster has spoken frankly about his comedy career and has said that he may not do stand-up again. In an interview for Vulture's Good One podcast he talked about giving up gigging for good. "If someone said to me now you are never going to perform stand up again I would be glad. I wouldn't be disappointed. Right now I don't want to do it again ever."


Off Menu With James Acaster And Ed Gamble Marks Milestone With Special Edition

Off Menu with Ed Gamble and James Acaster – the award-winning podcast that invites a special guest into the ’dream restaurant’ to order their favourite meal – is celebrating reaching its one hundredth episode with a very special edition featuring Gamble and Acaster themselves as the guests.


James Acaster and More Contribute To Trans Allies Video

James Acaster, Shappi Khorsandi and Sarah Keyworth are among the performers in a new video to mark Trans Day Of Visibility 2021. The video was put together by Sarah O'Connell.

O'Connell presents her own chat show online, The Sarah O'Connell Show.


News: Second Helping For Off Menu's Redemption Dinner Party with James Acaster, Ed Gamble And Guests

After the success of the first live stream in February – which featured previous Off Menu podcast guests Greg Davies, Jess Phillips MP, Jordan Banjo, Joel Dommett and Jen Brister – Off Menu hosts Ed Gamble and James Acaster are inviting a fresh batch of past podcast guests back to the Dream Restaurant to re-live their contentious meal choices.


News: Acclaimed James Acaster Show To Be Available For Home Viewing

James Acaster's acclaimed show Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999 is to be available at last for fans to watch online at a time of their choosing.

Following a live streaming last December which was only available to watch as it went out, the show will be available on Vimeo from March 5.


News: Hypothetical With Josh Widdicombe And James Acaster Returns For Third Series

Hypothetical is back for a new series. In each episode, top comedians are posed increasingly absurd hypothetical situations by hosts Josh Widdicombe and James Acaster and scored on how well they would deal with them.



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