Rising British comedy stars launch new series Tribal Bootcamp in SA

Two of Britain’s rising stars, stand-up comedians Joel Dommett from the TV show Skins and Nish Kumar from QI, are in South Africa to launch their new series Tribal Bootcamp which will be aired on BBC Earth, DSTV channel 184.

In Tribal Bootcamp, the duo travel the world, testing western fitness against some of the toughest and longest standing tribes in history.

The series will start airing in August.

Listen to the full interview below...


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