Graham Norton as you’ve never seen him before… or since… and probably never again!
The Editor takes a look at a more difficult time for gay comedians in Britain
As we continue our exploration of mental health and comedy, The Editor ponders the reasons we find humour in the most tragic of circumstances…
David E.J.A. Bennett breaks down the opening sequence of Will Sharpe’s dark and desperate masterpiece.
FEATURE: The Meaninglessness of Verbosity: Meditations on The Deeper Meaning of Liff by John Lloyd and Douglas Adams (1983)
John Lloyd and Douglas Adams’ unnecessary and brilliant contribution to the English language.
REVIEW: David E.J.A. Bennett Wipes Up the Sticky Mess Left Behind by Adventures of a Taxi Driver (1976)
Directed by Stanley Long Breaking the fourth wall with this barrel of tits from 1976, as Joe North – played by Barry Evans from Mind Your Language – self-commentates his predatory escapades […]
Bennett on Kat & Kat’s ‘Lads’ Series 1
Our editor, David E.J.A. Bennett, takes a dive down into the concept of ‘capes’ in British comedy
A few words of welcome from our editor