This time our challengers engage in small talk, demonstrate differing levels of team work, and attempt some impressive throwing.
The third series begins with Count Arthur getting into a spot of bother with the boss of his author friend … [ Read More ]
You may ask yourself why Comedy Central thought it was a good idea to revive a somewhat forgotten E4 comedy … [ Read More ]
This week Greg Davies witnesses toilet paper art, impressiveness on a pommel horse, and perhaps a bit too much of … [ Read More ]
Dave’s video game comedy returns for a second series – and it’s even managed to spawn a spin-off.
Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s dining trip around Spain ends tonight, with one of them ending up in a spot … [ Read More ]
This time around our contestants make trailers, disguise themselves, and show why you should not work with animals on TV.
Saturday night television is getting a fresh and funny new addition, with The Keith and Paddy Picture Show hitting our … [ Read More ]
Fonejacker-turned-Facejacker Kayvan Novak returns with a double-bill of a new show featuring the comedian playing a range of comic characters … [ Read More ]
This week the challengers have difficulty controlling a runaway basketball, attempt long-distance painting, and take part in some intense staring.
The finale of the second series of Car Share brings up two questions: why is this series only four episodes … [ Read More ]
If you want to watch you can do – just don’t say I didn’t warn you about its contents.
Taskmaster returns to Dave with a bang.
The quiz show mash-up returns, and continues to demonstrate how some of the best TV formats can come out of … [ Read More ]
One of the big questions in the comedy world at the moment is whether we are experiencing a new satire … [ Read More ]
From picked dissected sharks to diamond-covered skulls, you can perhaps see the connection in style between the art of Damien … [ Read More ]
Car Share is a brilliant sitcom, in that thanks to it that it became cool to like Peter Kay again.
For a comedy show, The Last Leg does get its fair share of high profile political guests. This week, Ed … [ Read More ]
The Trip has been one of the most critically praised comedies of recent years. However, there is at least one … [ Read More ]
Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, the duo behind classic sitcoms Porridge and The Likely Lads, are back with a … [ Read More ]
As part of BBC Four’s surrealism night, here is a welcome repeat of sketches from one of Britain’s most famous … [ Read More ]
Should be worth a watch, but one worries how it will cope as it goes out at the same time … [ Read More ]
One of the lesser known deaths in recent months was that of the Thotch frontman and Simon Day lookalike Brian … [ Read More ]
Today is Red Nose Day with BBC One devoting the entire night to Comic Relief. If however you prefer to … [ Read More ]