British Comedy Guide Newsletters

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Every Monday we email out a newsletter packed with news, gossip, TV listings, features & more. View last Monday's newsletter
Daily Update
For really hardcore fans. From October, we'll email out the top stories, web links, videos & TV listings to you every morning.
Live Comedy
Currently occassional, but from October we'll then deliver gig listings, stand-up circuit news, interviews, and more to your inbox on a Friday.
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The newsletter linked to our 'Make It' area. About once a month we email news and features for those making comedy.

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Newsletter Archive

Here is a copy of our last three weekly newsletters...

Tuesday 26th August

Monday 18th August

Monday 11th August

Phoenix Nights to return?

Phoenix Nights to return?

Newspaper reports suggest that Peter Kay is working on bringing Phoenix Nights back for live shows. Read

Thom Tuck interview

Thom Tuck interview

Thom Tuck talks Munnery, Bambi, expensive dross at the Fringe, piles of rubbish on BBC3, and more. Read

Bill Kerr dies aged 92

Bill Kerr dies aged 92

Bill Kerr, who played Tony Hancock's dim-witted Australian sidekick, has died at the age of 92. Read

BBC Radio workshops

BBC Radio workshops

BBC Radio Comedy will be running comedy writing information sessions in London and Manchester. Read

Big School interviews

Big School interviews

David Walliams, Catherine Tate, Philip Glenister and Frances de la Tour talk about Big School Series 2. Read