Unlikely lads make this slow-burn sitcom not just for football fans.Susannah Butter, Evening Standard, 28th May 2020
Following E4's Remote Comedy From The Paddock the BBC launches with their own self-shot lockdown rapidfire sketch show. And on the basis of the first episodes - not that this is a competition - the BBC has the edge.Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 28th May 2020
The Celebrity Juice host on his love for Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins and the awkwardness of filming lockdown shows.Ammar Kalia, The Guardian, 28th May 2020
Writing exclusively for The Big Issue, actor Ncuti Gatwa, star of Netflix hit Sex Education, recalls how he became one of the thousands hidden homeless and imagines how tough it would be to be sofa surfing during lockdown.Adrian Lobb, The Big Issue, 28th May 2020
Sir Billy Connolly has opened up on how his taboo-busting routines about sex were inspired by his own "deep embarrassment" about his lack of knowledge as a teenager and his failure to get women to take him seriously.Brian Ferguson, The Scotsman, 28th May 2020
The residents of a Berkshire village have been filmed re-enacting one of British comedy's most famous sketches.
Monty Python fan James Ruffell put up signs outside his house in Sonning informing people they were entering the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Silly Walks.
He filmed the results with a motion-controlled webcam and uploaded the subsequent silliness to Facebook.BBC, 28th May 2020
The duo that skewered lad culture with The Inbetweeners are back and want to show us that football is not all toxic masculinity.Jay Richardson, i Newspaper, 27th May 2020