Latest Comedy Videos
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A clip from Monty Python's Best Bits (Mostly). Monty Python's Best Bits (Mostly) celebrates the very best sketches from Monty Python's phenomenal back catalogue.
Featuring: Tracey Ullman, Chevy Chase, Hugh Bonneville, Phill Jupitus, Paul Whitehouse, Bill Bailey, Warwick Davis, Dara O Briain, Kate Beckinsale. This clip is linked to Episode 1.1 of Monty Python's Best Bits (Mostly), which will be broadcast on Monday 3rd November 2014.
A clip from The Last Leg. Adam Hills and Alex Brooker get their kit off on Stand Up To Cancer 2014.
Featuring: Adam Hills, Alex Brooker.
A filmed insert for Stand Up To Cancer. Sharon and Sara are supposed to be promoting the work of Breakthrough Breast Cancer, but Sara seems a little pre-occupied with jokes.
Featuring: Sharon Horgan, Sara Pascoe.
Andy Murray and director Richard Ayoade audition people to play the tennis star, in a sketch for Stand Up To Cancer. Part 2 is here
Featuring: Richard Ayoade, Dara O Briain, Andy Murray, Michael Sheen, Steven Frayne, Ed Sheeran, Pharrell Williams, Cesc Fabregas.
A clip from Give Out Girls. The girls have to sell some hair. Top banana.
Featuring: Kerry Howard (Marilyn), Miranda Hennessy (Zoe), Cariad Lloyd (Poppy), Diana Vickers (Gemma), Tracy-Ann Oberman (Debbie). This clip is linked to Episode 1.2 of Give Out Girls, which was first broadcast on Tuesday 21st October 2014.
A clip from Not Going Out. After Lucy gets mugged in front of him, Lee tries to take up boxing to prove his manliness.
A clip from Citizen Khan. A teaser for the new series of the show.
A clip from Detectorists. Andy and Becky argue about Andy possibly being the new president of the metal detecting club.
A clip from Never Mind The Buzzcocks. James Acaster tries to pick up a Malteser with his ear.
The up-and-coming sketch group 'How Do I Get Up There?' talk about their new BBC Scotland pilot. Read
Jenny Bede talks to BCG about filming her music-based BBC Three impressions show pilot AAA. Read
ITV will return to the London Palladium in 2015 for a second revived series of the comic variety format. Read
The Cofilmic Comedy Film Festival 2014 -has announced various cheap panels and workshops for creators. Read
Jason Byrne talks about why Father Figure didn't work, his next TV show, and touring his new live show. Read
British writing team The Dawson Brothers are working on The Spencer Tapes, a sitcom for NBC. Read
A second attempt is to be made to re-work Channel 4 sitcom The IT Crowd for American audiences. Read
An interview with the authors behind the comedic novels from new publishing outfit Teckle Books. Read
Moone Boy, the Sky sitcom created by Chris O'Dowd, is to be re-made by the US television network ABC. Read
Channel 4 has confirmed that its topical comedy show 10 O'Clock Live will not return for Series 4. Read
A Last Of The Summer Wine spin-off starring the policemen Cooper and Walsh is in development. Read
The League of Gentlemen and Sherlock star Mark Gatiss is Richard Herring's funny guest in this episode. Listen
A report from the charity gig in which two comedy heavyweights collided: Daniel Kitson and Stuart Lee. Read
Sky Living has ordered a second series of Doll & Em, the show from Emily Mortimer and Dolly Wells. Read
Him & Her stars Sarah Solemani and Kerry Howard are reuniting to write a new BBC One sitcom. Read
Russell Howard has written and will star in a romantic comedy project. His sister will also appear in it. Read
Hatty Ashdown, the creator of Comedy Central's new sitcom Give Out Girls, introduces her show here. Read
Alan Carr talks about co-hosting Channel 4's charity fundraising night Stand Up To Cancer on Friday. Read
An interview with Gary Sinyor, the creator of the football-based comedy film United We Fall. Read
Ardal O'Hanlon is to star in a Radio 4 sitcom about an angel sent to Earth in human form. Read
Richard Herring's hit interview show is back for a new series. The first guest is Katherine Ryan. Listen
Bill Nighy, Michael Gambon, Toby Jones, and Catherine Zeta Jones are in the new Dad's Army film. Read
Entry is now open for the WeGotTickets Musical Comedy Awards 2015. The heats start in mid-January. Read
TV channel Gold has launched its 2014 search for the best new Christmas cracker jokes. Read
The stars of The League Of Gentlemen have met for lunch to discuss the idea of reuniting to mark 20 years. Read
Auditions for contestants to take part in a BBC One show hosted by Miranda Hart are being organised. Read
Matt Forde's comic sports-based chat show, Sports Party, will be broadcast on talkSPORT radio. Read
Channel 4 has launched a new series on its website called Taxi Gags. Comedians talk about different subjects. Read
Heydon Prowse and Jolyon Rubinstein talks about Series 3 of The Revolution Will Be Televised. Read
Double act Guilt & Shame explain the importance of having a comedy show that is about something. Read
Chris Ramsey talks about tackling Katie Hopkins on Celebrity Juice and more in this interview. Read
Angela Barnes talks about the comedy career ladder, Mock The Week, and having her GP on speed dial. Read
Michael McIntyre, Jimmy Carr and Peter Kay are top of a list of the UK's best known stand-ups. Read
Radio 4 has ordered a second series of new sketch show Trodd En Bratt Say 'Well Done You'. Read
Bernadette Byrne and Victor Victoria - aka EastEnd Cabaret - answer questions about each other. Read
Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival have launched their 2015 Silver Comedy stand-up competition. Read
Harry Hill is to star in Professor Branestawm, a BBC One family comedy drama. Read
Jimmy Carr is to front the pilot episode of a UK re-make of hit American comedy format Drunk History. Read
Tom Edge, the creator of Channel 4's Scrotal Recall writes about the show. Plus interviews with the key cast. Read
Sarah Campbell talks about getting 'lizard brain' whilst filming undercover on ITV2's Bad Bridesmaid. Read
Interview. Rhod Gilbert talks about taking on Never Mind The Buzzcocks, plus his sitcom plans. Read
ITV is developing Good Vibrations, a TV comedy based on the book by the boss of Ann Summers. Read
Jason Manford is to host a new ITV comedy game show in which couples will fight to win a holiday. Read
Modern Toss are presenting an exhibition celebrating 10 years of 'unique cack-handed drawings'. Read
Ryan Sampson - aka Grumio from Plebs - talks about how Bulgaria doesn't understand bare bums. Read
London Hughes describes how she had to turn herself into a horrid diva for ITV2 show Bad Bridesmaid. Read
Musical comedy group Axis of Awesome talk about their UK tour, and their elaborate YouTube series. Read
In this video, double-act Cardinal Burns offer insight and tips on how to create a sketch show. Watch
The cast of The Job Lot talk about the second series of the sitcom set around a Job Centre. Read
Alex Horne and Greg Davies will star in Taskmaster, a new show for channel Dave in 2015. Read
Hit BBC Three satirical prank show The Revolution Will Be Televised returns to screens in October. Read
A newspaper report suggests Peter Kay will play the father in Danny Baker's Cradle To Grave. Read
The search for the next British comedy talent is underway. Do you have what it takes to win? Read
Dave Green has been named the winner of the Comedy Knights 2014 stand-up comedy competition. Read
Matt Berry's Channel 4 sitcom Toast Of London has won ae prestigious Rose d'Or TV award. Read
Alexander Armstrong, Kevin Eldon and Dave Lamb will voice the new series of Danger Mouse. Read
TV channel Dave has announced it has ordered Undercover, a new sitcom about a covert police officer. Read
Interviews with all the key cast members of The Job Lot, as Series 2 prepares to start on ITV2. Read
Jack Whitehall is to host Feeling Nuts, a one-off Channel 4 comedy show for testicular cancer. Read