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Acast and Comic Relief Return With Mash-up

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Talent from the Acast Creator Network are mashing their shows together for one-off episodes for Red Nose Day. The Acast podcasts and Comic Relief have again joined forces for a podcast mash-up series for Red Nose Day 2022 (March 18) with episodes released Sunday, March 13.

The Red Nose Day Podcast Mashup will help people in the UK and around the world live free from poverty, violence and discrimination, and support people with their mental health. Donations will also help to fund organisations providing essential support for people in Ukraine affected by the terrifying conflict and those attempting to cross the border to safety.

The full lineup will include:

Off Menu

My Dad Wrote A Porno

Dan Snow’s History Hit

Dane Baptiste Questions Everything

The Football Ramble

Nobody Panic

Ain’t Got A Clue

Moon Under Water

Help I Sexted My Boss

Films To Be Buried With

The Guilty Feminist

Drunk Women Solving Crime

Man Baggage

Homo Sapiens

Cuddle Club


Private Parts

RHLSTP with Richard Herring

“The cream of UK comedy talent has once again come together for an incredible cause,” said John Harris, Content Partner Manager at Acast. “Acast is the home of comedy podcasts and, working with our creators and Comic Relief, we’ve pulled out all the stops to deliver some of the funniest podcast episodes you’re ever likely to hear. Podcast fans all over the world are in for an absolute treat”.

Stay tuned to find out which podcasters are mashed together on March 13, when all episodes will be available on the podcasters’ usual feeds and across every podcast listening app. Alternatively you can listen at [INSERT URL].

Samir Patel, CEO, Comic Relief, said: “We’re so pleased to be joining forces with Acast on some of the biggest and funniest podcasts in the UK. I hope this year’s series provides many laughs and we appreciate all donations listeners can give, big or small. The donations will help people live free from poverty, violence and discrimination. This includes funding organisations that are supporting people right now in Ukraine, and on the borders.”

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