Episode 18 – Arthur Mathews

Arthur Mathews, legendary writer of Fr. Ted, Toast of London and Big Train, as well as many other great things, is our very special guest on The HeadStuff Podcast. We talk to him about all sorts of things including Mad Men; working with Graham Linehan, Pat Shortt, John Hamm and Matt Berry; comedy, writing and ‘I, Keano’ (which he also wrote), football and Roy Keane himself. Most of the time we were trying to act cool and not be gushing fanboys. Arthur Mathews is a legend and he’s great to listen to.

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