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News: Martin Freeman, Paul Whitehouse & Andy Nyman Star In Film Version Of Stage Chiller

Principal photography has started  on Ghost Stories, the film based on the original Olivier nominated stage production. The film is co-written and directed by Jeremy Dyson (writer The League of Gentlemen, Psychobitches) and Andy Nyman (The Commuter, Severance) who co-wrote and directed the original stage production.

News: Fast Show Exclusive Released By BBC Store

A new interview with Fast Show creators Charlie Higson and Paul Whitehouse is to be made available via the BBC's new online shop, BBC Store. Fans will be able to see the interview, marking the show’s 21st birthday, free between midday and midnight this Sunday, November 15. After this time fans can purchase the interview, conducted by Danny Wallace.

News: Lenny Henry, Enfield & Whitehouse Unite To Fight Knife Crime

Sir Lenny Henry, Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse are among the comedians appearing at a one-off benefit gig to raise money to fight knife crime. The show, organised by educational organisation The Comedy School, takes place at the Eventim Apollo on October 11.

TV Review: An Evening with Harry Enfield & Paul Whitehouse, BBC2

Now this was an odd programme. There’s having your cake and eating it and then there is this. A tribute hosted by the tributees that put the boot into the tributees at the same time, while finally concluding that they are almost godlike. 

News: Harry Enfield & Paul Whitehouse Announce Tour

Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse have confirmed dates for a tour later this year. The Legends! tour starts at the Plymouth Pavilions on October 24 and ends at the Eventim Apollo in London on November 15, and now also just added, November 16.

Review: Nurse, BBC2

Paul Whitehouse’s latest series, Nurse, is pretty bold for a comedy. It deals with mental health issues, following community mental health nurse Liz (Esther Coles) as she goes from patient to patient. Most of them played by Whitehouse with the aid of some pretty impressive prosthetics, which only occasionally make Nurse look like the world’s worst Aviva Insurance ad. 


Preview: 10 TV Comedies To Watch in 2015

1. Cradle to Grave, BBC2 

Motormouth Danny Baker’s autobiography gets the sitcom treatment. Baker is a co-writer himself so expect lots of strange-but-true tales of growing up poor but ‘appy in sarf London.


2. Together, BBC3

Jonny Sweet, last seen in C4’s cop satire Babylon, stars in this self-penned adaptation of his cult Radio 4 series in which a new romantic relationship is explored and dissected from all angles.


News: Comedy Awards Prizes for Coogan, Ferrell, Whitehouse

Will Ferrell, Steve Coogan and Paul Whitehouse will be special recipients of the award for International Achievement, Outstanding Achievement and The Writer’s Guild of Great Britain Award respectively at Thursday night's British Comedy Awards.

Review: Down The Line, Radio 4

I was really glad that the BBC2 series Bellamy's People did not return after one series. Not because it was awful. It was actually very good. But it meant that spoof DJ Gary Bellamy could return to Radio 4 with his "flagship phone-in show" Down The Line, which is even better. It currently goes out at 6.30pm on Wednesdays and I solemnly urge you to tune in.


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