Adam talks with Welsh singer Charlotte Church about birthdays, smells, Charlotte's plans to help children build a democratic school, my complaints about having to upgrade apps, (even though 'The Adam Buxton app' might need upgrading soon, so I can f**k off), as well as Charlotte's megastardom years and the pressure on her from the tabloid media at the height of her celebrity in the 90s.
Thanks to Anneka Myson for additional editing and Seamus Murphy-Mitchel for production support.
2 NORTHDOWN - COMEDY VENUE AND SPACE FOR HIRE
THE 'AWEN' SCHOOL PROJECT
CHARLOTTE CHURCH’S LATE NIGHT POP DUNGEON - DON’T LET GO (GLASTONBURY 2016)
CHARLOTTE ON THE BIG BIG TALENT SHOW (1997)
ADAM BUXTON PODCAST RAMBLE CHAT MUG
ADAM BUXTON’S OLD BITS DVD
THE ADAM BUXTON APP
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