I am a Scottish Stand-up Comic, Actor, Journalist, Playwright, Podcaster and Blogger. I am also a published Author of the book: “Handstands in the Dark” my critically acclaimed memoir.
I work all over the world, either on tour with comedy or theatre. Follow my blog and catch up with my unique life.
I love writing Blogs and recording Podcasts, I personally read all the comments posted on them, unfortunately do not have the time to personally reply to them all.
The best way to keep up with my daily high jinkery & occasional provocative rants is on Twitter: http://twitter.com/JaneyGodley
You can find all the info regarding Janey’s live shows by just clicking Gigs!
Thanks for stopping by Like2Link profile, I am here to promote my podcast “Janey Godley’s Podcast” which contains explicit content and is suitable for 16 years and over.
We seek sponsorship to expand our podcast in exchange for adverts on Janey Godley’s Podcast which gets over 100,000 listeners a week with the numbers increasing by the thousands on a weekly basis.
Janey Godley’s Podcast is a successful comedy broadcast by a Mother and Daughter comedy team who get to natter and the world gets to hear it. The podcast is sharp and "Passionately puts the world to rights" (The List Magazine). It made the top ten in an online voter’s comedy podcast poll, Janice Forsyth from BBC radio Scotland called it "amazingly funny" and with legions of fans clamouring for every episode this is a ripe business opportunity! 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.
Best wishes, Janey Godley.
(Please be aware that this Podcast Contains strong language)
In episode 196 of Janey Godley's award winning podcast, the comedy mother and daughter Ashley Storrie shoot the breeze in this late podcast. Janey was in London.
Ashley tells us all about her birthday dinner and reminisces about her school days. Janey tells…Continue
"Mammy, can I have ice cream?" I was stood outside a shop in my home town of Shettleston pointing at the Walls Ice Cream display as the scorching sun slowly melted the tar on the pavement and stuck to my brown plastic sandals.…Continue