Writer, Radio Host, and Comedian Arthur Smith discusses how he made a career out of comedy. From humble beginnings as Captain Hook (age 7) to the Legendary (Self-Appointed) Mayor of Balham, Smith recollects on his comedic career on the stage and screen.
Paul Boross is joined by Comedian, Radio presenter, and award-winning writer, Arthur Smith for a conversation on comedy. Smith shares stories from his decades as a legendary performer and writer. The two discuss stage presence, the power of humour to bring people together, and living in the moment all while reminiscing on a comedic career on the stage, screen, and airwaves.
“It's just a question of creating an atmosphere where people feel comfortable, making a little joke, and that in turn will bring them together.”
Smith knows that whether you are on stage or in the workplace, humour can unite people. Join us this week as Arthur Smith looks back on a legendary career of bringing people together with a laugh, only on The Humourology Podcast.