'Brass Eye': Secrets from the UK's Most Controversial Comedy
As it celebrates its 25th TV anniversary, director Michael Cumming talks about working with Chris Morris and his documentary homage "Oxide Ghosts".
‘I Was Told It Was Career Suicide’ – The Oral History of ‘Four Lions’
"There might have been some police questioning over a loud explosion we made in a field."
FBI Screw-Ups and Drugs: Chris Morris Tells Us About His New Film
'The Day Shall Come' director and cast explain why the movie satirising the intelligence agency is a rare example of punching up in comedy.
WTF, Sky News?
This is not a leaked clip from a new series of 'Brasseye'. It is 100 percent real.
An Interview with Julia Davis, the Weird Queen of British Comedy
She's been in most of the best British sitcoms of the last 20 years, and she's wrote some of them, too. We met her to talk about whether anything is off-limits.
Secret Service Agent 'Choke Slams' Journalist at Donald Trump Rally
Video footage shows a Secret Service agent grabbing a journalist by the throat and slamming him to the ground after he tried to photograph protesters at Trump a rally in Virginia.
Forcing Striking Workers to Wear Armbands Is an Attempt to Humiliate Them Into Submission
Britain's Trade Union Bill will turn trade unions into collections of individuals wearing silly armbands.
Living With LeBron
LeBron James is a basketball player like none we've ever seen before. That's not news. But maybe we can finally figure out what to do with that, and how to enjoy him.
In Defense of Southend
For me and other Southenders, the town represents the oxygen outside London's claustrophobic pile-up of representations and ambitions.
We Compared the Public Apologies of a Mysogynistic Comedian and a Sexist Pick-Up Artist
As Julien Blanc, the Canadian pick-up artist, is denied entry to the UK, we take a look at who came off worse: him, or Dapper Laughs—the comedian who sings a song called "Proper Moist."
No, Drug Addicts Won't Be Spiking Candy This Halloween
The media is all too eager to believe—or even invent—stories about evil drug users poisoning children and turning them into addicts.
A History Of Warp Records in Eight Releases
David Stubbs, former editor of The Wire magazine and a self-confessed Warp fanatic, charts the history of Britain's bravest record label.