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Review: Jeremy Hardy Speaks Volumes

It is, of course, Hardy's own words that make the most convincing case for his talents.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 3rd March 2020

Comedies shortlisted for BBC Audio Awards 2020

Giles Wemmbley-Hogg Goes Off, Mark Steel's In Town, Phil Ellis Is Trying, Phil Wang: Wangsplaining and Suggs: Love Letters To London are amongst the nominees in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2020.

British Comedy Guide, 19th November 2019

Radio 4 comedies nominated in BBC Audio Awards 2019

A number of Radio 4 comedy series have been nominated in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2019.

British Comedy Guide, 21st November 2018

Jewish comedy Jack and Millie comes to Radio Four

There's a new show on the radio about an older Jewish couple.

Ellie Jacobs, The Jewish Chronicle, 18th July 2018

Cabin Pressure turns 10: the sitcom that broke records

It has won numerous awards, broken BBC Radio 4 records, launched the career of "a once in a generation writer" and spawned a devoted, international fan base with a particular enthusiasm for travelling lemons and otter storage dilemmas. It's the BBC Radio 4 sitcom Cabin Pressure - which for 10 years has chronicled life at a tiny (fictional) charter airline. But it is also a programme that very nearly didn't get made.

Kate Whannel, BBC, 2nd July 2018

Radio comedies up for BBC Audio Awards 2018

Shows starring Harry Enfield, Paul Whitehouse, John Finnemore, Marcus Brigstocke, David Jason and Jocelyn Jee Esien are amongst the nominees for the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2018.

British Comedy Guide, 21st November 2017

Marcus Brigstocke and Josie Lawrence to star in Radio 4 panel show

Marcus Brigstocke and Josie Lawrence are set to star in Crash Course, a Radio 4 panel show that challenges guests to learn everything about a subject in 24 hours.

British Comedy Guide, 23rd March 2017

Cabin Pressure is one of the best written, cast, acted and directed comedies on anywhere.

Although only radio can make us picture exactly the single old plane on which this little airline depends, only John Finnemore's pen plus the sublime talents of Stephanie Cole, Roger Allam, Anthony Head and Anna Crilly could, last Friday, raise a salutary barrier between the turbulent real world on either side of their glorious fiction. Produced and directed, brilliantly, by David Tyler for independents Pozzitive.

Gillian Reynolds, The Telegraph, 18th July 2011