Men are more competitive and 'that's possibly what works'
Women led the laughs, both in the NHS and the Hamptons, but even Claire can't save 'Homeland'
The former Downing Street spin doctor Alastair Campbell is to make his debut as a host on satirical panel show Have I Got News For You.
Comic queen and friends are on song
A 7ft beast in Newcastle, political beasts in Staffordshire and a free feast at St Paul's
Sarah Millican's performance tonight is one of the most consistent and accomplished I have ever seen at the Fringe.
The creator of Richard and Judy's Book Club is on a mission to spread the printed word with her new TV show. John Walsh meets publishing's first lady of letters
The comedian, whose latest novel is about mental illness and Morrissey, reveals how her own angst acts as an inspiration
When Carol Thatcher made her now infamous comment, the ears of one of our most irreverent comedians were assailed
If the judges had their way, the former political reporter would have exited 'Strictly Come Dancing' long ago. But audiences love him
Peter Mulloy's feisty period stagings of the Savoy Operas have proved beyond reasonable doubt that you don't need elaborate and gimmicky stage values to raise the necessary chuckles with these well-worn pieces. An experienced crew of singing actors and a strong sense of English eccentricity will do nicely.