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Was It Something I Said? (Maidstone)
New TV Comedy: Panel show hosted by David Mitchell with teams competing in word play, quotation and literary knowledge. Due on air in July.
The Museum Of Curiosity (London)
Returning Radio Comedy: Radio panel show in which John Lloyd and his curators try to fill up their museum with curious objects.
Returning Radio Comedy: Radio 4 sitcom about love, marriage and tolerating each other. Written by and starring Jack Docherty.
Seann Walsh World (London)
New TV Comedy: New comedy series from stand-up Seann Walsh, mixing stand-up and video to illustrate his thoughts. Starts 16th July.
My Teenage Diary (London)
Returning Radio Comedy: Radio 4 series in which comedians read embarrassing extracts from their teenage diaries. Hosted by Rufus Hound.
Mock The Week (London)
Current TV Comedy: Hugely popular and sometimes controversial topical panel show which takes a satirical look at the week's news.
Live At The Electric (London)
Returning TV Comedy: Russell Kane hosts a showcase of up-and-coming comic talent. The show features a mix of sketch acts and character comedians. Two more series commissioned, Series 2 starts soon.
Father Figure (London)
New TV Comedy: Sitcom starring Jason Byrne as a married man with two sons, trying to be the best dad he can.
Citizen Khan (Salford)
Returning TV Comedy: Sitcom focussing on Mr Khan - self appointed community leader and future President of the Sparkhill Pakistani Business Association. Christmas special followed by Series 2 in 'new year'.
Brand New Pilot: BBC Salford Sitcom Showcase pilot about two 20-something brothers still living at home, despite their parents' best efforts to get rid of them.
Mummy's Boys (London)
Brand New Pilot: Sitcom pilot about two 20-something boys who, after their mother dies, struggle to bring up their 13 year-old brother.
Michael McIntyre Entertainment Show (London)
Brand New Pilot: A new comedy entertainment show featuring a mix of stand-up, celebrity guests and members of the public. Hosted by Michael McIntyre.
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