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Friday 27th February 2015
Movie news, and two new TV shows which are looking like they're going to be good...
and the second is called The Art Of Foley: Watch
Miranda was the most watched comedy on iPlayer in January, with a massive 1,773,000 viewers.
Catch up on these new TV episodes from Friday's schedule...
David Beckham talks about Fergie and says he misses playing for England, Will Smith says his wife insisted he got in shape, Hugh Jackman says playing a baddie is great, Margot Robbie says she lied to her parents and Noel Gallagher performs live in the studio.
Sarah Millican joins Adam Hills and co-hosts Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker for the last show of the current series.
Katie's small birthday lunch spirals out of control, culminating in a shock revelation for Stella. Pressure mounts on Luke to find some extra cash, too.
Frank Skinner is joined by TV presenter Adrian Chiles, Radio 1's Jameela Jamil and veteran entertainer Des O'Connor. Nominations include people who recline aircraft seats.
Another chance to see the best bits from Gigglebiz.
The Twirlywoos watch a boy tie his shoelace at a bus stop and get the idea to connect his shoelaces to the shoes of the other passengers. When the bus arrives they all stand up, only to fall in a heap!
Here is a list of new radio episodes that went out on Friday. Catch-up via iPlayer...
Andy Hamilton, Sara Pascoe and journalist Sam Leith join regular panellist Jeremy Hardy.
They say there is someone for everyone; has Shiv found true love?
Funz And Gamez, the award-winning live comedy show hosted by Phil Ellis, is to be piloted as a TV show by the BBC. Read
BBC Scotland has unveiled its comedy plans for 2015. They include a full series for Two Doors Down. Read
Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse lead the comedy-based nominations in the Royal Television Society Awards. Read
Production is underway on Top Coppers, a new BBC comedy series starring John Kearns and Steen Raskopoulos. Read
Matt Lucas talks about filming Pompidou, the visual comedy series for the BBC in which he plays an aristocrat. Read
Following strong ratings, the BBC has ordered 10 more episodes of its panel show Would I Lie To You?. Read
Do you write a funny blog, curate an amusing website or joke a lot on Twitter? If so, here's a competition: Read
Rare images of iconic 1980s British comedy stars are to be displayed at the Museum Of Comedy. Read
Russell Brand has announced he is to launch a new podcast. The Russell Brand Podcast will be a 24-part series. Read
Stand-up comedian Tom Little has won the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2015 competition. Read
The main cast members involved in new Comedy Central sitcom I Live With Models introduce themselves. Read
Tiffany Stevenson talks us through some of the bad things that occur when you sort out your health and fitness. Read
Radio 4 Extra is to mark Rik Mayall's birthday by broadcasting The Last Hurrah - Interview With The Snowman. Read
Take a look at some of the iconic photos of comedians that feature in photographer Idil Sukan's London exhibition. View
Check out our funny new satirical comedy podcast. It's hosted by our former Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher! Listen
Llandudno in North Wales is hosting The Craft of Comedy Writing Conference on the 24th and 25th April 2015. Read
The Museum of Comedy has a competition for 'comics who've been around long enough to know better'. Read
Crims star Elis James talks about preparing to helm Centrepoint's next Laughing Stock gala. Read
On what would have been his 100th birthday, we look at the life and work of character comic Dick Emery. Read
The nominees for the 2015 Chortle Awards have been revealed, with Funz And Gamez leading the pack. Read
The sixth series of radio comedy Mark Steel's In Town will be recorded between March and May. Read
Classic children's TV character Basil Brush is moving online, with a 32-part sketch show broadcasting on YouTube. Read
Here's some interesting facts about Shaun The Sheep Movie. For example, there are 1589 'baa' sounds in the film. Read
Julia Davis's black comedy Hunderby is to return later this year to Sky Atlantic for a two-part special. Read
ITV2 sitcom The Job Lot, starring Russell Tovey and Sarah Hadland, will return for a third series. Read
Some pun-based jokes for Valentine's Day from Darren Walsh. Plus some additional themed cartoon illustrations too. View
A bunch of new sketches from British comedy groups, all of which are related to love and Valentine's Day. Watch
The BBC have released a collection of nine Valentine's-related original short comedy films exclusive to BBC iPlayer. Watch
Stop/Start, a Radio 4 sitcom by Jack Docherty about three married couples, is to be piloted for TV soon. Read