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Wednesday 4th December 2013
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You know that cute John Lewis advert? Here's a more honest version from Adam Kay. Watch
An interview with Alan Partridge writer Armando Iannucci. "An easy way into writing pieces is to think what the character's voice is like". BBC
Catch up on these new TV episodes from Wednesday's schedule...
The superheroes have to confront their first super-villain, an old friend battling to keep his own power under control.
Jack and Michael meet The Apprentice's Nick Hewer and UK grime sensation Lethal Bizzle.
Things quickly get out of hand when Ben gets a dog and is mistaken for a being blind whilst out walking it!
The BBC is working on W1A, a spin-off from hit sitcom Twenty Twelve. The characters work at the BBC. Read
BBC One has commissioned Stan And Ollie, a comedy drama about Laurel & Hardy's 1953 tour of the UK. Read
The nominees for The British Comedy Awards 2013 have been announced. See the full list here. Read
BBC One has today confirmed the commission of a third series of hit studio sitcom, Citizen Khan Read
After our Big Comedy Conference, we take a look at some books from the esteemed list of speakers. Read
Win tickets to be at The British Comedy Awards, and mingle with the stars at the after show party! Read
The League of Gentlemen performed live sketches together last night as part of a star-studded gig. Read
Comedy legend-studded sitcom Grey Mates has been commissioned for a full series on BBC One. Read
Tim Minchin and Kayvan Novak will star in a BBC sitcom pilot, 88 Keys, about a "loudmouth cocktail pianist". Read
Who will be the King Or Queen Of Comedy at the British Comedy Awards 2013? A look at the nominees. Read
An interview with the creators behind Death Ship 666!, the hit disaster parody play now in the West End. Read
Glaswegian stand-up Arnold Brown is aiming to make a semi-fictionalised film of his life via crowdfunding. Read
New regional TV channel London Live has announced further details of its original comedy commissions. Read
Comedy Central has ordered a third new studio sitcom pilot, called Operation Slut. Read
Vote for Alan Carr, David Mitchell, Graham Norton, Jack Whitehall, Lee Mack or Sarah Millican. Read