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Comedian Leo Kearse shares his alarm over his home nation's latest proposed legislation, and the dangers it poses to the free speech necessary for comedy.
The Funny Women Awards have announced the shortlists for their Writing and Comedy Shorts (video) awards for 2020.
After facing a particularly rough patch in his life, "Subject 13" enrolls in a medical trial to recoup his losses and build himself up again. Once there, he befriends another volunteer and goes on a journey of redemption through flashbacks, hallucinations, and bad celebrity impressions.
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TV & Radio: Catch-Up
Series 19 (Channel 4: Series 20), Episode 1: Jimmy Carr returns, with Sean Lock and Kerry Godliman taking on Jon Richardson and Joe Wilkinson. Mr Swallow, aka Nick Mohammed, joins Countdown's resident lexicographer Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while Rachel Riley looks after the numbers and letters.
Series 1, Episode 4: Jack irreverently examines how class is woven into the DNA of British sport and how breaking its social boundaries can lead to incredible drama. Focusing on the fierce athletic rivalry of Sebastian Coe and Steve Ovett, Fred Perry taking on the Wimbledon establishment and Andrew Flintoff destroying the Australians at the 2005 Ashes, British sport may well start divided, but has the ability to bring the nation together.