A Beckenham man who hosts a chat show in his garden shed has just released a World Cup special.
'The Shed Show' host James Gill has been interviewing everyone from UKIP politicians to reality TV stars over the last six months, and broadcasts the series on YouTube.
The programmes, which air every two weeks, have amassed thousands of views so far and appear to be growing in popularity.
Mr Gill explains his work on the video sharing site: “I've launched a chat show in my very own shed here in lovely, leafy Beckenham.
“The missus was keen for me to get out of the house, so here I am – interviewing different guests from around the area to find out more about their interesting lives.”
His latest, in which Mr Gill talks to a football pundit, was posted in the past week (June 25) and discusses England’s poor performance in Brazil.
The most popular episode had nearly 6,000 views. View them all here and watch the ‘World Cup Special’ below...
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