Janey Godley’s Podcast Episode 97

 

 

(Please be aware that this Podcast Contains strong language)

 

In episode 97 of Janey Godley's Podcast the funny duo are live from the Classic Comedy club in New Zealand at the comedy festival. This week's news covers everything from Rebekka Brooke's police charges for perverting the course of justice to news from UK’s so-called psychic Derek Accorah’s announcement that Maddie McCann is dead.

 

The live audience join in and we hear from the NZ comedy fest Billy T comedy award nominee TJ McDonald.

 

Mother and Daughter comedy team get to natter and the world gets to hear it on Janey Godley’s podcasts, expect some bawdy language and home truths, as Janey Godley and Ashley Storrie lead you down the roads less taken in their fantastic weekly podcast. Listen as mother and daughter banter, bait and burst with laughter. 

 

Janey Godley Podcast at: Episode 97

 

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