Mark Watson is a staple on the British comedy circuit.
He started his career back in 2001 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival - and has gone on to sell-out crowds around the world, as well as becoming a regular on UK comedy shows
But you may not know that Watson is a prolific novelist. His seventh book, Contacts, sees the protagonist board a train and text all the contacts in his phone that he plans to end his life in the morning – before turning his phone to flight mode.
Watson joined Mike Yardley to discuss his new book, relationships, and how lockdown has treated him and the comedy scene.