Radio Documentaries & Misc. Radio Bits
September 2006 - I fly to Taos, New Mexico, to make White Face, Dark Heart
, a documentary for Radio 4 on the pueblo clowns. It was a lifetime's ambition to see them at work.
October 2012 - I present a documentary for BBC Radio 4, Happy Day
, on the cult 70s kids' show Children of the Stones.
December 2011 - I present It's Got Bells On
, a doc on Morris Dancing for Radio 2
Stand Up set on Arthur Smith's Balham Bash - Radio 4 - July 2009
I appeared on Radio 4's CHAIN REACTION twice in January 2005.
20th Jan, interviewed by Johnny Vegas & 27th Jan, interviewing Alan Moore.
Download the Alan Moore interview above. Here's some unbroadcast snippets.
Lee & Herring's Fist Of Fun
The long forgotten radio show from 1993 written & performed by S Lee & Richard
The radio incarnation of the show was recorded live at various venues across the UK before being edited for transmission, and featured guest appearances from such celebrities as Dale Winton & Geoffrey from Rainbow.
Listen, or download the whole series here by clicking the links below.
Interviews & Other Stuff
Steve Beresford & I talk to Mark Radcliffe about the John Cage project; "Usurp Chance" Tour.
Interviewed by John Wilson for BBC Radio's "Front Row" programme about the forthcoming 3rd series of Comedy Vehicle.
Interviewed by Sean Keaveny on BBC 6Music.
Interviewed by Josie & Robin for their Comedy Central Podcast.
Interviewed by R Herring on his Leicester Square Theatre Podcast.
Discussing The "If You Prefer A Milder Comedian..." EP with Ben Thompson for Faber.
Stew was invited to guest edit Radio 4's The Today Program on the 31st December 2011.
Guests included Oliver Cromwell, AS Byatt, Mark E Smith, Tim Minchin, Alan Tomlinson (trombone), and Billy Childish.
You can download it here
And watch an interview with Oliver Cromwell on the BBC's site, here
In December 2009, Stew was interviewed by Marsha Shandur for her XFM "Marsha Meets..."
You can download
Subscribe to Marsha's podcast on iTunes here
On Bruce Morton's show where he talks to comedians about their lives & careers.
Richard Herring and Stewart Lee appear on the John Peel show, a teenage dream.