FUBAR’s ‘Live from the Fringe’ still in iTunes Chart.

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Another week has flown by in Edinburgh, with even more hilarious presenters and guests starring on FUBAR Radio’s ‘Live from the Fringe’ in association with Underbelly.

The hour long shows take place every weekday in front of a live audience but don’t worry if you can’t make the trip up to the beautiful Scottish city, our podcast from the festival is available to download for free from iTunes. Sitting for over two weeks in the top 20 of the podcast charts, the shows are extremely popular, featuring the best the Fringe has to offer in comedy and entertainment.

Last week saw Joey Page return for a second spell of presenting and he was joined by Tom Parry, Ian Smith, Lloyd Griffith and Nick Coyle.

On Thursday, Alex Lowe made his ‘Live from the Fringe’ debut and welcomed beat-boxer and comic genius Beardyman who showed off his amazing talents on the microphone.

Lou Sanders was hosting Friday and chatted with Australian comedian Felicity Ward and mistress of ceremonies Miss Behave.

This week began with Steve N Allen taking his normal show north and kicked of the special program with regular ‘Some post’ co-host Erich Mcelroy and later many more guests including comedian Kai Humphries.

Today Alex Lowe held proceedings together when he was joined by a host of comedians including Australian funny man Ronny Chieng and fellow country man Sam Simmons.

With nearly two weeks still left of live shows from the Fringe we still have some amazing presenters and guests to come including Johnny and Inel, Rick Edwards, Ian Sterling, Lucy Porter and many more.

If you’re in Edinburgh over the coming weeks, why not head down and be a part of the live audience. The shows take place every weekday between 12.30pm and 1.30pm, showcasing some of the best comic talents. It all takes place at the ‘Ermintrude -Underbelly Med Quad’

You can catch up with all the shows so far by downloading the free FUBAR Radio app or you can listen back on iTunes by searching for FUBAR Radio ‘Live from the Fringe’.