'And the most embarrassing thing is who you sold out to...'
'Now it feels like the family has a new stepdad... and he's black'
YouGov has complied the ten best-loved Birish comedies
The comedian's hit-clip, which shows him 'teaching' an entire year of school, has already received over 1.6 million hits in just under two days
The show is part of C.K.'s new deal with FX
Vic and Bob are back in BBC2's House of Fools. The duo explain why writing a sitcom was their biggest test yet
Familiar faces will return to British screen after a ten-year absence
The familiar faces of cockney wheeler dealers Del Boy and Rodney Trotter are to return to British screens for the first time in a decade, the BBC has confirmed.
Simon Amstell has apologised for suggesting there was racial segregation between Radio 1 and its sister station BBC Radio 1Xtra in reference to Nelson Mandela.
I helped to write a sitcom this week. It was with Jane Bussmann, the brilliant writer on Smack the Pony, Brass Eye and South Park, among other twisted TV gems. I wasn't the only one; there were about 50 of us in the basement of London's Soho Theatre on Sunday night, lending a hand on her new six-part sitcom.
In a writers’ room, you need clanking great balls just to speak up, says the South Park and Smack The Pony writer
Scheduling five one-off dramas in a prime-time slot was always going to be a ratings gamble; with no cliff-hangers or continuing storyline to keep the viewer hooked, why should we bother to tune in again next week? To enjoy great new writing like that on show in Rubenesque, that's why.
Ed Balls is like Monty Python's Black Knight character for refusing to admit he was wrong about the economy, George Osborne said today.
Unique collision between comedy and science in Geneva
Today's lesson - how to produce a pleasurable comedy that passes the perils-of-primetime test
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