The Tony Law Tapes is a series of ground-breaking interviews with the world's foremost Time Traveller, Tony Law, conducted by John-Luke Roberts.
Throughout extensive interviews, we hope to document the adventures of Tony Law. These tapes will re-write history.
First Episode will be released on the 24th July 2017.
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The first series of the Tony Law Tapes is being released throughout July & August 2017
If you have questions for Tony, we are recording two audience question specials at the Edinburgh Fringe, We've done the first one now, and the second one will be on Friday 25th August on the 25th August, at Bob's Blundabus at half past midnight (so, technically the 26th August). Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, and if you're in Edinburgh come along.
1 - Nudity in Ancient Rome
In this first episode, Tony talks about his part in ending nudity in ancient Rome, and how Mongol hordes weren't interested in learning the offside rules. He also opens up more than he perhaps should about yaks.
2 - Experiments With Sausage Dogs
In this second episode, Tony admits that he wasn't always best-placed to observe history; talks about the sort of comedy that goes down well with Mayans; and explains how he knows that his sausage dog is probably lost forever.
3 - Teaching Stalin Rhythmic Gymnastics
In this third episode, John-Luke pushes Tony on the ethics of being friends with Stalin, ignoring everything Tony has to say about dogs in the meantime, but getting sidetracked into Tony's accidental contribution to the cocaine industry.
4 - Real Horny, Real Young
In this fourth episode, John-Luke recaps Tony's testimony so far, and then focuses on Tony's participation in three of the Crusades.
5 - Alexander The Great's Balls
No matter how much swearing has been cut out of this episode - all of it - there's no getting around the fact that Tony talks about his intimate knowledge of Alexander The Great's balls, and also how he domesticated sheep.
6 - Yetis & Audience Questions
This week, in the first episode to be recorded at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, John-Luke largely refuses to allow Tony to talk about anything other than his time spent amongst the Yeti. He also puts all the audience questions that had been sent in in advance to Tony..
7 - Piggybacks From Dictators
This week, in the second episode to be recorded at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, we take questions from the floor - including things Tony has fallen off, who he admires, and a question about beasts that we're not sure anyone understood. There's also a bit about erections and we're not sure whether that makes this 'explicit' or not.
8 - Fantastic Beasts and Sound Effects
This week, in the third episode to be recorded at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, we again take questions from the audience, covering subjects such as whether Tony knows what a Phoenix is, which sound effects he provides to films, and how you can or cannot harness the power of sausage dogs to control your time traveling.