Comedian Urzila Carlson launches That’s Enough Already podcast
Comedian and judge on Australia’s version of The Masked Singer, Urzila Carlson, is putting her hotel quarantine-induced frustrations and boredom to good use and launching That’s Enough Already, a new podcast to talk about all things big and small which are ticking people off.
Carlson spent 11 weeks of 2020 in hotel quarantine, and she’s “well and truly had enough”.
Her podcast will feature guests including British comedian Russell Howard dissecting a life in lockdown, The Daily Show regular Ronny Chieng revealing why cancel culture is a myth, performer and media personality Julia Morris dishing the dirt on the radio producer who called her unprofessional, and Kiwi comedian and actor Rhys Darby sharing why people should be required to have a license to use the internet.
“From the bigger societal issues like what the f*ck to do about COVID deniers to everyday inconveniences, Urzila and her guests unpack the sticky issues we can all agree should really be put out to pasture,” the podcast’s distributor Acast said.
Acast’s ANZ’s content director, Guy Scott-Wilson, who appeared on Radio Today’s recent Podcast Power Players list, added: “With everything that’s been going on in the world recently, we’ve all had a lot to moan about. And with podcasting continuing to provide some much-needed escapism to more listeners than ever, this is the perfect format for getting it all off your chest. Urz loves a good moan and, clearly, she’s in great company.
“Acast are delighted to be providing a safe space for Urz and her friends to vent.”
The 13-part series kicks off from March 1.