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Edinburgh Fringe review

Culture Fix, August 2019

Film rights picked up for Andrew Hunter Murray novel

Producers Scott Steindorff and Dylan Russell of Stone Village Television have obtained film and TV rights to The Last Day, the upcoming debut novel by writer and comedian Andrew Hunter Murray. The deal is said to have closed at high six figures.

Amanda N'Duka, Deadline, 29th June 2019

Science communication award for No Such Thing As A Fish

The No Such Thing As A Fish podcast team is to receive the The Heinz Oberhummer Award for Science Communication.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 4th April 2019

No Such Thing As A Fish Podcast Live review

This is a glorious rebuttal to the growing anti-intellectualism seen in this country and throughout the world, and just made me really happy.

Scott Redmond, Young Perspective, 26th March 2019

Review: No Such Thing as a Fish

We initially hummed and haahed about this one. A podcast? Live? Would that actually work? But of course, in the end, we were always going to go along to it, because NSTAAF is pretty much our favourite podcast. We have now listened to every available episode and what's more, we sleep with these people almost every night.

Philip Caveney, Bouquets & Brickbats, 26th March 2019

Cornerstone bags Andrew Hunter Murray's debut novel

Cornerstone has acquired a high-concept debut by Andrew Hunter Murray, a writer on BBC's QI and part of the team of writers at Private Eye, in a 24-hour pre-empt. The novel, titled The Last Day, is set 40 years into the future after the planet's rotation has slowed to a halt, resulting in half the earth facing the constant light of the sun while the other half lives in an endless, frozen night. The plot centres on a young scientist who is called back to London from the frozen Atlantic and begins to uncover a truth which could change the future of the human race.

Katherine Cowdrey, The Bookseller, 7th January 2019

Stephen Fry reunites with the QI team

For an episode of the researchers' No Such Thing As A Fish podcast.

Chortle, 15th November 2018

Edinburgh Fringe review

Young Perspective, August 2018