News Hacks, Oran Mor
21 March, 2019 7 pm. start 8 p.m.
Putting the satire back into the Saltire.
From Rikki Brown the writer of the long running hit topical radio show Watson’s Wind Up, a fresh take on the news and those making the news, with a smattering of side swipes at life in general in 21st century Scotland.
Do you watch the news? Listen to the radio? Read the papers? Inhale all types of Social Media? Yes? Then this is the show for you.
Are you a humourless social media poster who takes delight in taking offence at the slightest thing? Yes? Then this isn’t the show for you.
Rikki has had a long career looking at life from his slightly warped view point, then making other people say it out loud for him. From his writing for Spitting Image and Naked Radio to Rory Bremner this show promises to be the full unedited script.
“Rikki Brown is the King of One Liners” Ian Pattison, writer of Rab C. Nesbit
Presented by Bialystock and Brown
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