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Friday 25th July 2014
A mix of features and news to take you into the weekend.
Comedians including Al Murray, Simon Brodkin and Andi Osho are going to be taking over an ITV advert break. Read
Top improv group Austentatious reveal their 5 favourite shows so far. e.g. The Maid From Mars. Read
An interview with the daughter of John Cleese, who is now a stand-up. "People are looking to hate me". The Telegraph
Catch up on these new TV episodes from Friday's schedule...
It's Grandma's wedding day, and she's getting married to the horrible Mr Morris. The family are distraught, but will Grandma really say 'I do'?
Alan Carr returns to our TV screens with his very own summer special.
Here is a list of new radio episodes that went out on Friday. Catch-up via iPlayer...
Satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig, with regular panellist Jeremy Hardy and guest panellists Susan Calman, Andy Hamilton and Katherine Ryan.
Still Game, the hit Scottish sitcom starring Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan, is set to return to TV. Read
Freestyle hip-hop duo Abandoman are just about the most impossible-to-follow act you've ever seen. Read
E4 has ordered Bad Robots, a hidden camera show involving electronic machines pranking the public. Read
Prolific actress Dora Bryan, who featured in comedies like Last Of The Summer Wine, has died. Read
Steve Coogan has been recording some voiceovers. Here's some of the funny ones which got cut out. Watch
Chris Barrie has expressed an interest in starring in a revival of the hit 1990s BBC sitcom The Brittas Empire. Read
The annual COFILMIC Film Festival has opened submissions for its 2014 competition. Read
Bill Bailey has hosted a pilot episode of a revival of the classic TV quiz show format Name That Tune. Read
Give Out Girls, the Sky Living sitcom set around a group of promo girls, is switching to Comedy Central. Read
iShorts+: Funny Girls is a new funding programme with 50,000 pounds to invest in female filmmakers. Read
Carly Smallman reveals how, after appearing on TV, she received lots of abuse about how she looks. Read
Shaun The Sheep has been named via a poll as the nation's most popular BBC children's character. Read
Anti-virus firm Norton have released a guide to hacking in the style of The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy. Read
Terry Mynott talks about the return of the 'sleeper hit' sitcom The Mimic, and how to do impressions. Read
An interview with MC Grindah and DJ Beats, the characters at the centre of BBC3's People Just Do Nothing. Read
Hayley Ellis provides this handy guide on how to deal with other people on social networking websites. Read