Cariad Lloyd

Cariad Lloyd

Cariad is a comedian, actor, improviser and writer. Her dream is to one day pay off her student loan and to finally find the perfect concealer. @ladycariad


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I Make the Best… Pavlova

After a snap poll of Standard Issue staffers, we came to the conclusion everyone has a signature dish they’re willing to brag about. Cariad Lloyd reckons her pavlova can’t be beaten. Looking at the photos, it’s hard to argue.
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Odd Job: Josie Lawrence

Josie Lawrence is one of the original pioneers of UK improvisation. Many people know her from Channel 4’s Whose Line Is It Anyway?, but she’s also been improvising with The Comedy Store Players for more than 30 years. Cariad Lloyd talks to her about her Odd Job.
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Odd Job: Katherine Jakeways

Katherine Jakeways has appeared in Miranda, Sherlock and Horrible Histories, but as a writer she has also managed to conquer radio comedy. Cariad Lloyd talks to her about her Odd Job.
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Recap: Strictly Come Dancing Saturday Night Live Blog

As Claudia and Tess presided over the remaining 11 contestants as they embraced the spirit of Halloween on the dancefloor, we had the honour of having Cariad Lloyd live blogging the lot. You can relive all the thrills, spills and sequins right here.
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Odd Job: Christine Gernon

The TV director behind some of the most successful sitcoms of the past decade talks to Cariad Lloyd about her Odd Job.
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Bloody disgraceful

VAT on sanitary products? Utterly baffling. What’s more, it’s brewing up some bad blood – as Cariad Lloyd explains, here, and in a brilliant spoof video she made with fellow comedian Jenny Bede.
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Odd Job: Sam Holcroft

One of British theatre’s rising stars tells Cariad Lloyd how she swapped cultivating cells for cooking up fresh new drama.
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Odd Job: Sioned Wiliam

Sioned Wiliam is a true Renaissance woman, and the new commissioning editor for comedy for BBC Radio 4. But what in the FM does that actually mean and how did she get there? Cariad Lloyd talks to her about her Odd Job.
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Odd Job: Jo Sargent

What the fern does a producer actually do? Cariad Lloyd talks to comedy producer Jo Sargent (in her only ever interview) about nurturing talent in her Odd Job.
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Odd Job: Emma Freud

Cariad Lloyd didn’t become a character comedian until she was 27 – she didn’t even know it was a thing. In the first of a new series about unusual roles, she talks to script editor, producer and fundraising demon Emma Freud about her odd job(s).