Roland Gent


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To hear my radio shows go to and

Here you'll find interviews with Comedian Mark Thomas, Frank Turner, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Charlie Harper (UK Subs) Grant Hart (ex of Husker Du), Gruff Rhys (Super Furry Animals), Straight Lines, My Morning Jacket, Hated Til Proven, Dwarves, Hanni El Khatib and more.


Several of my sets are on YouTube.

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The full set from the CotY Final, held at the Comedy Store in October 2005. This download is in Windows Media format (WMV) and is quite a large download, so is best for people with broadband connections.

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The full set from the North West heat of the FHM/Holsten Pils comedy competition. Despite being a terrible gig to play (outside, with people walking through the stage) I won through to the final in London. This download is in Apple Quicktime (MOV) format.

Having a Pop
At the height of their popularity, Mark Radcliffe and Marc Riley (aka Marc and Lard) had a quickfire sketch show called "Having a Pop" below are some of the sketches I wrote, co-wrote and made appearances in. All downloads are in Windows Media (AVI) format.


This short film, directed by Mancunian auteur Howard Walmsley, is a take on the events of the events of the Manchester earthquakes. I play local radio celebrity and psychic, Bobby Justice, a man who’s been away in order to come back. He becomes embroiled in shady goings-on in order to become the public face of the proposed multi million pound leisure complex Earthquakeland.

Earthquakeland website