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Saturday Matinee: How to Get Ahead in Advertising

“How to Get Ahead in Advertising” (1989) is a British comedy written and directed by Bruce Robinson (Withnail and I) and starring Richard E. 75 more words


Top 10 Funniest TV Shows

There are many TV shows that stick in our memories for their humour and questionable content. In fact, there is such a plethora that it would be impossible to list them all in one article. 43 more words

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British Comedian, Milton Jones, At The Apollo

Milton Jones is one of the most original comedians in Britain or anywhere else. His jokes will have you laughing out loud without offending you. He is a regular on the comedy circuit of the Celtic Isles and his one-liners are an inspiration to prospective comedians everywhere. 7 more words


Radio Active | Celebrating Radio Active with... KYTV

It would be wrong to celebrate Radio Active without mentioning the television adaption, KYTV. And considering today marks 29 years since KYTV was first transmitted as part of the BBC’s ‘Comic Asides’ pilot series, this felt like the right time to do so. 701 more words


It Makes Me Really Uncomfortable When People Write Nice Things About Me (BUT DON'T STOP)

Reading what Mandy Stadtmiller┬áhad to say about me in her new memoir “Unwifeable” (best part of the book) reminded me that I’ve appeared in several other memoirs that I’ve never read. 209 more words

British Comedian, Micky Flanagan, At the Apollo

Here is a short introduction to the much loved Cockney comedian, Micky Flanagan. He appears here at the famous Apollo and gives the audience some insight into his early life as he chased women all over Britain. 29 more words


Monty Python's Life Of Brian - Biggus Dickus

This is a classic scene from that funniest movie ever made. The Life of Brian had many memorable moments, but this one, which features Michael Palin with a lisp, is up there with the best. 7 more words