Interviews

Jack Dee
I've interviewed king of the grumblers  Jack Dee a few times and, surprise, surprise, he is always much more cheerful in a one-to-one than he is onstage. Like Alan Davies he started out in the... more
lee & herring
It's amazing what you can find when you go rummaging around in your cellar. This feature on Richard Herring and Stewart Lee appeared in Vox (a monthly magazine from the NME's publishers) in May 1995... more
harry hill
When I decided to republish this interview with Harry Hill that appeared in The Times in October 2004 I was torn between running old or new pictures of the former GP. In the end it barely matters.... more
louis CK
Louis CK plays the O2 Arena on March 20 and two shows at the Hammersmith Apollo on March 21. You can buy tickets here. That is a hell of a jump from 2008 when I interviewed him for The Times. Back... more
don ward
The Comedy Store's Don Ward (left) might be in his early seventies but he always has another idea up his sleeve. His latest plan is to put the Comedy Store experience onto cinema screens. Starting... more
alan davies
Alan Davies returned to stand-up in 2012 after ten years away with a new show, Life Is Pain, in which he tackled issues ranging from parenthood and pornography to Facebook and feminism. He was as... more
You won't see much of Stewart Lee in his latest TV series starting on February 5. He is executive producer/curator of Comedy Central's The Alternative Comedy Experience and only crops up briefly... more
Update 17/1/14. Hello, welcome to this interview with Josh Widdicombe. You have probably come to this webpage by googling "Josh Widdicombe Girlfriend" like everybody else. Please note that this is a... more
Ok, I confess. I can't always spot an embryonic superstar. I used to see Miranda Hart's shows at the Edinburgh Festival every year and while I always giggled I dismissed her performances as self-... more
Delighted to see that Greg Davies has been nominated for Best Male Performance In A Comedy Programme for his turn as hapless dad Ken in BBC3's Cuckoo. The first time I saw Greg Davies was when I... more

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