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Congratulations, Longers!


Filed: Monday, 11th September 2017
By: Staff Writer


Former KUMB Podcast co-host James Longman is celebrating after his new team picked up an Emmy last night for their work on James Corden's Late, Late Show.

Lifelong Hammers fan Longman, who presented the KUMB Podcast alongside Chris Scull for the first four series of the show moved to the United States 18 months ago to take up the role of Producer on Corden's long-running show.

And the English comic's team on the CBS show were delighted to be awarded the Outstanding Variety Music Or Comedy Special gong at last night's 69th Primetime Emmy Awards cerermony, staged at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California.

Here's James with the latest addition to his mantlepiece. The KUMB Podcast will be returning shortly with a brand new team.








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