Award winning The Last Leg is broadcast live in the UK, with Adam Hills and co-hosts Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker providing off-beat commentary on the significant moments of the past week.
The Last Leg Live from Rio
Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker report nightly from the 2016 Paralympics in Rio, joined by celebrity guests plus a host of medal-winning Paralympians.
Jack Dee and a panel of four guest comedians turn agony aunt & uncle to help a live studio audience solve their problems…
Alan Carr’s multi-award-winning chat show, Alan Carr: Chatty Man, is packed to the gunnels with celebrity guests, showbiz gossip and a lot of laughs.
BAFTA-nominated Live at the Apollo, features cutting-edge stand up from around the world and filmed at the iconic Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith, London.
Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker head to the Australian wilderness for the ultimate outback road trip in this two-part TV series.
Filmed for BBC One, Michael McIntyre, one of the UK’s brightest comedy stars, visits the UK’s most prestigious and iconic comedy venues, unearthing a raft of comedy’s brightest new talent and finest comedians en route.
Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges takes to the road for this BBC One special as he sets out to discover the stories behind some of his stellar on-stage material, by looking at his life and the world he sees around him.
Kevin Bridges hosts this one-off special for BBC One, a special night of comedy live from Glasgow’s legendary Theatre Royal. It celebrates the Commonwealth Games coming to the city.
In this hour-long documentary, comedian Kevin Bridges hits the road, and takes to the stage, to tackle the issues at the heart of the Scottish independence referendum.
Glasgow’s very own Kevin Bridges brings together four of the UK’s top comedians to give their views on the upcoming referendum on Scottish independence.
Written by Jack Dee and Pete Sinclair, and starring Jack Dee, Lead Balloon is a sitcom about a disillusioned comedian and writer, Rick Spleen, whose career has not gone to plan.
In this award-winning documentary for Channel 4, as part of their season of programmes about mental health, Jon Richardson investigates Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Celebrating special occasions, including every New Years’ Eve since 2011. There have been Summer Specstaculars – broadcast around the Queen’s Jubilee, another close to the Olympics and Paralympics.
Live stand-up from the Festival Theatre during the Edinburgh Fringe, featuring the best comedy talent from around the world.
The nation’s best-known and most loved comedians come together for the spectacular annual Channel 4 Comedy Gala, filmed at London’s O2 Arena, in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.
This three-part series follows comedian Jon Richardson and his friend Matt Forde as they face up to the adult realities of mortgages, marriage and parenthood.
Comedy Central at the Comedy Store features the best in up-and-coming and established stand up comedians performing in front of a live audience at the world-famous Comedy Store in London.
Rich Hall’s widely praised 90-minute films document his unique cultural critique of American people and places. From The Dirty South, to Inventing the American Indian and California Stars
Open Mike Productions has long been making radio comedy. Recent shows include include Shappi Khorsandi’s Shappi Talk, Hal Cruttenden’s Hal and Kerry Godliman’s Kerry’s List on BBC Radio 4.
Recorded live at the Clapham Grand in south London, some of the finest comics provide an edgy satirical take on the big stories and themes of the week.
Alan Carr hosts a showbiz game show with a difference. Here soap stars battle rival soap teams, boy bands take on girl bands and TV doctors and nurses compete against telly cops and robbers.
Comedy World Cup is a British comedy panel game hosted by David Tennant. Two teams competed to determine which of Britain’s comedians have the biggest fountain of funny knowledge.
Seann Walsh mixes his inimitable brand of stand up with a witty introduction to the strange and wonderful characters that people the world wide web.
An exclusive insight into what influenced some of the nation’s best loved comedians, and what really made them belly laugh. They share their love, envy, and sheer admiration for their favourite jokes and the comedy performers behind them.
Shappi Khorsandi’s 10-year-old self claims her brother is friends with Grange Hill star Toddy Carty to gain popularity, but her story comes under threat when the actor is announced as the school’s special guest to open the Christmas fair.
Rich Hall teams up with Mike Wilmot in three comedy series for BBC Four.