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Tuesday 25th November 2014
We're still trying to work out if that's a good or bad offering from the BBC for Christmas. Let us know what you think via our forums.
Try and guess who will win at the British Comedy Awards on our interactive website. Whoever gets the most right will win a great prize package! Enter
Over 40 comedy professionals will be talking at our conference for writers this Saturday. Are you coming? Details
(We'll stop plugging this soon, we promise! It's cost us a lot to put on so we're trying to make our money back, that's all)
Catch up on these new TV episodes from Tuesday's schedule...
Holiday-makers in Cardiff face a tourist information machine that's full of nonsense facts, commuters keen to get across town are driven nuts trying to order a taxi with Cab B.O.T, and the Construct-a-Bear machine gets saucy in Brighton.
Here is a list of new radio episodes that went out on Tuesday. Catch-up via iPlayer...
Automatic vehicles are introduced into the country. At first, things are great. Drivetime radio becomes highly intellectual, children take to the roads and the driving test becomes dead, dead easy. Only Jeremy Clarkson has his doubts, which he expresses by feeding a driverless car to a bear, live on Top Gear. And he's right. Soon the cars gain sentience, reproduce and use roundabouts as giant nests. Then, they take over the world.
It is all go in the Wrigglesworth household as Tom's mum and gran help his dad train for the Sheffield marathon. Meanwhile, Tom is asked on a stag weekend going 'coasteering'.
The comedy drama about a 16-year-old with weight and mental health problems is to return. Read
Who do you think will win at the British Comedy Awards? Have a guess on our interactive website. Enter
Rebecca Front chats to Richard Herring about some of her comedy acting roles in this episode of RHLSTP. Listen
E4 has commissioned 2 new series of panel show Virtually Famous, focusing on internet celebrities. Read
We have three copies of the brand new Birds Of A Feather Christmas Specials DVD to give away. Win
Voting for the British Comedy Awards 2014 King or Queen category has launched. Pick from 6: Read
We've got five copies of Russell Howard's brand new DVD, Wonderbox Live, to give away. Win
The comedy troupe So On And So Forth have been given their own BBC Radio 4 sketch show series. Read
Lee Evans, one of the UK's best known stand-ups, has unexpectedly announced he is to retire from comedy. Read
Jason Manford explains why his new DVD is making people soil themselves, and he talks about his club chain. Read
Win tickets to see Variety Soup in London. It's the fantastic hit show from the Slightly Fat Features ensemble. Enter
Dave Cohen prepares Big Comedy Conference delegates with an attempt to explain EVERY type of joke. Read
Sarah Millican chats to Richard Herring in the latest episode of his podcast series. It's a funny chat. Listen
Paddy McGuinness is to return to comedy acting with a role in ITV's new midwife sitcom, The Delivery Man. Read
Comedy sketch duo Flip and Maggie ask 'Where are the people, particularly women, of our age in comedy?' Read