The Alternative Comedy Experience. Stewart Lee. Image credit: Comedy Central.

The Alternative Comedy Experience

In an interview last week Stewart Lee said he thought it was unlikely that this show would get a third series, as it doesn't fit the channel's demographic. As a result, fans better try to make the most of this new Series 2 in case it is indeed the last. Paul Foot, David O'Doherty, Nish Kumar, Michael Legge and Josie Long are the acts given TV time in this week's show. As before, there's backstage interviews too. Comedy Central, 11pm. Guide

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