Alfie Brown.

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Alfie Brown interview

Wednesday 19th October 2016

The best stand-up you've probably never heard of, Alfie Brown discusses his first TV appearance (Channel 4 News), his influential comedy parents, and being bumped by Comedy Central. Or he discussed it a year ago, anyway. Even this interview nearly didn't make it to air.


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