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How WILTY? became a TV institution

As it turns 10, the BBC show is now as satisfying and reliable as Friday night fish and chips. From David Mitchell and Lee Mack's comic chemistry to Bob Mortimer's genius, here's why it should keep us in hysterics for decades more.

Phil Harrison, The Guardian, 16th June 2017

20 facts for Jonathan Creek's 20th anniversary

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the first time that David Renwick's ingenious creation first hit our screens. To celebrate, here's a look at 20 things you may not know about everyone's favourite tousle-haired, windmill-dwelling amateur sleuth.

Jon O'Brien, Metro, 10th May 2017

Michael McIntyre performs after fracturing bone

Michael McIntyre had to perform onstage yesterday evening with one leg in a special support boot due to a fractured bone.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 27th February 2017

Radio 4 to broadcast six comedy pilots on twelfth night

Radio 4 is to "illuminate January with the spirit of misrule" by broadcasting a series of comedy pilots of the twelfth night, the 7th January.

British Comedy Guide, 21st December 2016

Why I love Nighty Night

It's pitch black dark, but Alison Carr recommends Julia Davis's masterpiece as a cast-iron laugh factory.

Alison Carr, Standard Issue, 23rd November 2016

Radio 4 to record new sitcom Alone

Radio 4 is working on Alone, a new sitcom by Moray Hunter about five single middle aged people living in a house together. Stars include Angus Deayton.

British Comedy Guide, 21st November 2016

Angus Deayton on returning to where he began

Angus Deayton is back where it all began.

Alan Shaw, The Sunday Post, 20th August 2016

Angus Deayton on turning 60 and his new passion

Angus Deayton turned 60 this year. He threw an "enormous" birthday party in Florence though he had to postpone it by a few weeks when he decided to take part in the ITV reality television show, Drive, which saw him racing buggies and Formula 4 cars against celebrities such as Louis Walsh, Mariella Frostrup and Colin Jackson.

Alice Jones, i Newspaper, 9th August 2016