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Together stronger. Busting the stigma of ADHD

Wowee what a week!

Last Saturday we gathered at Holiday Inn in Borehamwood for our event ‘Rethinking ADHD’ and we had an incredible morning of learning, sharing and support. 437 more words

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Whose Watchdown is it Anyway: S09E11, or What's Yogi Bear Doing There??

Onto the compilations! These feature scenes from A.) tapings we’ve seen already, and B.) tapings that aren’t going to have another episode produced from them. However, despite the fact that we do get more content from both Brad & Steve shows, and the Rory show, here tonight, those ones do get another episode later on. 1,901 more words

Clive Anderson Era

The Edinburgh Fringe One-Weeker 2018 – Rory Bremner and Jan Ravens, 19th August 2018

Time for some political satire mixed in with some deadly impersonations. Our next show is Rory Bremner and Jan Ravens, at Underbelly George Square (Udderbelly) at 15:30 on Sunday 19th. 232 more words

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Whose Watchdown is it Anyway: S09E01, or You're Gonna Have To Go In There

Forgive the soonness of this one, but we’re about to enter an era of Whose Line that I’ve always wanted to go in depth about. 2,738 more words

Clive Anderson Era

Whose Watchdown is it Anyway: S08E14, or The Teeth Right Off Her Gums

The final compilation from Series 8, an overall pretty great series if we’re being contemplative. Tonight’s show features everyone who has appeared on an episode this series, except for Caroline Quentin. 2,479 more words

Clive Anderson Era

Whose Watchdown is it Anyway: S08E11, or UNCLE BILL?

We’ve reached the ‘rehashing’ portion of this series, where now we feature two more episodes cobbled together from leftover material from a specific taping. This one would leaf from E2, the Rory Bremner show, which was a pretty nice one if memory serves, and featured the immortal ‘Look…why don’t we all just have one big kiss’ Dead Bodies. 2,405 more words

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Whose Watchdown is it Anyway: S08E02, or HELLO FOOT!

One of the producers’ many tactics this season is to ingratiate other british performers into the fold…with Ryan and Colin. Which is a reverse of what they did in the beginning by slowly filtering Americans in. 2,159 more words

Clive Anderson Era