Romesh Ranganathan

TV: The Misadventures Of Romesh Ranganathan – Albania, BBC2

If England get to the World Cup final the day of the match is going to be a great day for Hazelwick School in Crawley.

TV: Romesh Ranganathan Interviews Other Comedians

You are going to see a lot of Romesh Ranganathan on television in the near future. As well as his new BBC2 series, The Misadventures Of Romesh Ranganathan, he is also fronting a new series on Dave, Judge Romesh. And I'm sure the ex-teacher will be doing the panel show rounds too.

TV: The Misadventures Of Romesh Ranganathan, BBC2 – Ethiopia

After last week's traumatic trip to Haiti the second edition of this educational and entertaining travel series visits Ethiopia. For years, all that most people in Britain have heard about the East African country is famine, drought and Bob Geldof singing about famine and drought. Now Romesh Ranganathan is heading there to discover if this reputation is justified. Is Ethiopia really a food-starved dust bowl?

TV Review: The Misadventures Of Romesh Ranganathan, BBC2

I guess the pitch for this three-part travel series was a slam dunk. Everybody's favourite sourpuss stand-up Romesh Ranganathan is the anti-Michael Palin, heading to uncharted territories around the world that TV's Mr Nice wouldn't touch with a sound man's boom microphone. As Ranganathan says in the intro most countries have been ticked off, if not by the ex-Python then by fellow comics such as Jack Whitehall and his dad. But not Haiti, where he spends a week in part one.

News: BBC Travel Misadventures For Romesh Ranganathan

Romesh Ranganathan is a comedian whose idea of a nice trip away is two weeks in the Algarve.

In this new three-part series he’s travelling way beyond his comfort zone and the world of complimentary breakfast buffets, to some of the most beautiful, but dangerous places on earth.

News: Romesh Ranganathan, Frank Skinner, Jon Ronson, Geoff Lloyd Up For Awards

Romesh Ranganathan and Frank Skinner are among the nominees for this year’s Broadcasting Press Guild (BPG) Awards, chosen by journalists who write about TV and radio.

The BPG Awards – given only for work commissioned in the UK – are highly prized by programme-makers because they are selected independently by TV and radio correspondents, critics and previewers.The 44th annual BPG awards, sponsored by Virgin TV, will be held at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on Friday March 16th 2018.

News: Romesh Ranganathan To Replace Jack Whitehall On Sports Show

Romesh Ranganathan is to replace Jack Whitehall on Sky's sports panel show A League Of Their Own.

The former teacher tweeted: "I have amazing or terrible news depending on how you feel about me. I’m joining ."

News: New TV Show for Romesh Ranganathan

Romesh Ranganathan will front a brand new format for UKTV's channel Dave entitled Judge Romesh. The UKTV Original sees Romesh holding court over real life disputes, casting his trademark acerbic wit over each and supported by a cast of top comedians. Each week Romesh will preside over genuine disagreements and mete out comic judgement in his own inimitable style.

Romesh Ranganathan said,

News: TV Review: Passions – Richard Pryor By Romesh Ranganathan, Sky Arts

This documentary went out earlier this week but I only caught up with it last night. And I'm glad I did. It's a great study of a brilliant comedian presented by a pretty good comedian and in the light of various recent events it couldn't feel more timely.

News: Romesh Ranganathan Roughs It For BBC2

Romesh Ranganathan is making a new travel series for BBC2.  InRomesh’s Really Rough Guide he’s travelling way beyond his comfort zone and the world of a complimentary breakfast buffet as he ventures to some of the most beautiful but dangerous places on earth.


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