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The Sony Award-winning comedian and Peep Show star talks life and love.
Isy Suttie is our guide to all things love-related in these five fantastic series. Come with her as she shares her relationship stories, talks about the couples she’s tried to bring together, evokes bittersweet memories of her childhood and adolescence, and shares a couple of the weird and wonderful things that give her pleasure.
In her award-winning show Isy Suttie’s Love Letters, she recounts love stories affecting people she’s known, intertwined with anecdotes and songs about her own disastrous romantic life and eventual happiness.
Isy Suttie’s Guide to Love and Romance sees her chatting to friends and partner Elis James, and sourcing extracts from The Listening Project, to paint a picture of love in the 21st Century – from first loves and Valentines to hook-ups and break-ups.
And in Isy Suttie’s Guide to the Family, she returns to her teenage home town, Matlock, for a celebration of family life and growing up. Along the way, she reminisces with old friends in The Shoe Box of Memories, and treats us to some classic BBC comedy from Sarah Millican’s Support Group, After Henry, Old Dog and Partridge and Not in Front of the Children.
Ever since she was little, Isy has experienced something she calls ‘head squeezing’ – a euphoric, incredibly relaxing version of goosebumps that starts around her scalp and spreads down her arms. Its official name is ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) and in Brain Tingles, she investigates this mysterious phenomenon, chatting to scientists and fellow ‘ASMRians’ to explore why it happens and whether it can play a role in creativity.
Finally, in While My Guitar Gently Bleeps, Isy takes a nostalgic look at chiptune: the catchy, evocative videogame music of the 1980s and ’90s that she loved as a geeky kid. She meets the musicians using joysticks and old computers to create unique electronic tunes – and even tries her hand at writing her own digital classic….
- S01E01 – Peter and Anne
- S01E02 – Mr Mississippi
- S01E03 – Claire and Leigh
- S01E04 – Bob and Marie
- S02E01 – Eleanor And Mr Woodfield
- S02E02 – Rosa and Matthew
- S02E03 – Crank
- S02E04 – George and Louise