Diane Morgan

News: Casting Announced for New Diane Morgan Comedy Mandy

The cast has been announced for Mandy, a brand new comedy series written, directed and starring Diane Morgan (Cunk on Britain, Motherland, After Life).

Following a successful one-off, the cast for the six-part series features guest stars including Tom Basden (Plebs, After Life), David Bradley  (Game of Thrones), Natalie Cassidy (EastEnders), Sean Lock (15 Storeys High, 8 Out Of 10 Cats), and Maxine Peake (Peterloo, Anne, The Bisexual).


News: ReincarNathan Returns With Guests Romesh Ranganathan, James Acaster, Sally Phillips

Life after death comedy ReincarNathan returns to Radio 4 on BBC Sounds, Thursday 9 July at 18:30, welcoming back Daniel Rigby and Diane Morgan, joined by Daniel Lawrence Taylor, Sally Phillips, Romesh Ranganathan, James Acaster and a host of special guest stars.

News: Diane Morgan Comedy Mandy To Get Full BBC Series

Filming has started on Mandy, a brand new comedy series from Diane Morgan, made by BBC Studios.

Mandy debuted as a one-off Comedy Short on BBC iPlayer in 2019. It stars Diane Morgan (Cunk On Britain, Motherland, After Life) in the title role. As well as appearing as the lead character, Diane writes and directs the series - the original Comedy Short was her first foray behind the camera.


News: New Comedy Shorts Launched By BBC

Four brand new Comedy Shorts have been announced by BBC Comedy Commissioning, promising an eclectic mix of comedy genres, tastes and styles.

This year’s Comedy Shorts are titled: Brain in Gear, Lazy Susan, Mandy and Sorry. 


News: Cunk On Britain Broadcast Date And Trailer

A trailer has been released for Cunk on Britain, the new five-part series starring Diane Morgan. Charlie Brooker has confirmed on Twitter that the series will start on BBC2 on April 3.

Picture: BBC/House of Tomorrow/Adam Lawrence


News: Diane Morgan On Ghosts And Other Scary Things

As part of BBC Radio's Halloween season Diane Morgan has been investigating ghosts. She apparently saw a ghostly figure in a bedroom at her nan’s house when she was eleven, which sparked a life-long obsession with the paranormal.

Radio 4 Extra's Diane Morgan Believes In Ghosts features Maxine Peake, Steve Punt and Toyah Willcox. In this special one-off broadcast Morgan has searched the BBC vaults for the best real-life tales of ghost hunting, hauntings and unexplained phenomena.


News: Mark Gatiss Directs BBC Horror & Diane Morgan Also Has A Show

News: BBC Unveils Raft Of Satire Shows

Shane Allen, Controller, Comedy Commissioning has announces a raft of new BBC satirical shows featuring talent including Tracey Ullman, Charlie Brooker, Frankie Boyle, Diane Morgan, Luisa Omielan and Rhys Thomas.

Allen says: “This range of shows puts a contemporary spin on the decades’ long, rich tradition of satire on the BBC.

TV Review: We The Jury, BBC2

Of all the current BBC2 sitcom pilots this was the one I was looking forward to the most. When I heard that We The Jury was written by James Acaster I assumed it would be based on his 2015 Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated show about his time - quite possibly fictional - on a court case.

News: Philomena Cunk Joins BBC Shakespeare Line-Up

Philomena Cunk has joined the line-up of experts and academics contributing to BBC2's forthcoming month-long season marking of the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death. She will be fronting her own programme called Cunk on Shakespeare.


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