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E220: Romesh Ranganathan: There's A Dark Voice In My Head That I've Learnt To Control

From a maths teacher and occasional rapper to one of the UK's most popular comedians, you would think this was the setup to one of Romesh Ranganathan's typically deadpan jokes. However, as is the case with most comedians, behind the jokes and laughter lies pain.
After bursting onto our screens, Romesh has been constantly working, always afraid that his success could slip out from under him at any moment, stemming from his family struggles as a teenager when his father was sent to prison and life as he knew it fell apart.
In this hilarious but also intimate conversation, Romesh discusses the life experiences that have provided him with the endless material for his sold-out shows, but also the challenges that have made him the man he is today.

Your dad’s prison years
Were you ashamed of your family?
Being a lazy kid
What was your opinion of yourself?
Dealing with a voice in my head
Your comedian journey
Your days pre-stand up
The loss of your father
Your mum's support
Becoming a successful comedian
Are you happy?
Last guest’s question

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