'We Didn't Want to Gender-Bash' – Remembering 90s Comedy 'Smack the Pony'
Twenty years on, we talk about the cult C4 sketch show and the changing face of comedy with its creator and one of its stars.
Nish Kumar Thinks You're Destroying Yourselves
The BBC comedian explains his anger, humour and politics during his long nationwide tour.
An Interview with Kevin Eldon, That Guy from Every British Comedy You Love
We managed to convince the comedian to do a very rare interview with us.
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Alan Partridge's First Pill, and a Brief History of Pingers on British Television
Norwich's favourite radio DJ danced til 8AM and couldn't stop talking about Lewis Hamilton.
Victoria Wood's "Dinnerladies Theme" is One of the Greatest Sad Songs Ever Written
The late, great comedian may have written it as a sitcom theme tune, but that didn't stop the lyrics from being wonderfully sympathetic and quietly devastating.
Victoria Wood Was a Comedy Pioneer and a Working Class Hero
Everyone has their 'I didn't realise a famous person dying could make me so sad' moment, and Victoria Wood is mine.
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 wrote some of them, too. We met her to talk about whether anything is off-limits
Remembering 'Keeping Up Appearances', a True British Sitcom
The early 90s story of social climbing was basically Mike Leigh with a laugh track.
Remembering Peter Cook: 'The Funniest Man Who Ever Drew Breath'
The actor, comedian and <i>Private Eye</i> proprietor passed away 20 years ago today. We talked to Ian Hislop and Clive Anderson about his legacy.