Dudley Moore.

I saw Miller in Beyond the Fringe - I'm still dazzled

The Guardian's theatre critic was at the sketch group's first show in 1960. It was the beginning of a friendship ... and a satire boom that changed the world.

Michael Billington, The Guardian, 28th November 2019

BBC releases some historic comedy moments

The BBC is making hundreds of clips from its archive available to watch on a new website. Comics featured include Spike Milligan, Pete and Dud, Kenny Everett and Billy Connolly.

Chortle, 10th September 2019

When comedy double acts split

David Baddiel, Andy Zaltzman, Richard Herring and other comics on fame, failure and friendship.

Simon Parkin, The Guardian, 27th January 2018

Recovered 'Not Only... But Also' sketches to be shown on TV

Missing sketches from Peter Cook and Dudley Moore's 1960s BBC series Not Only... But Also have been found and will be shown on TV soon.

British Comedy Guide, 8th December 2016

TV review: The Undiscovered Peter Cook, BBC4

It's the kind of scoop every journalist/documentarist dreams of. Getting access to hitherto unseen archives of someone dead and famous. And that is exactly what Victor Lewis-Smith landed when Peter Cook's widow Lin allowed him to rummage through Cook's personal possessions in his Hampstead mews home that hadn't been touched since his death in 1995. The results have been painstakingly cherry picked and put together to produce this fascinating doc on a man who has already had umpteen fascinating docs made about him.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 16th November 2016

Inside the secret world of Peter Cook

Two decades after he died we uncover a treasure trove of his comedy gold.

Victor Lewis-Smith, Radio Times, 16th November 2016

Why I love Peter Cook

As the BBC screens a documentary featuring new material from the comedy master who died in 1995, Ben Dowell salutes a legend.

Ben Dowell, Radio Times, 16th November 2016

Preview - The Undiscovered Peter Cook

To this day Peter Cook is still considered one of the greatest comedians to have ever lived. A key part of the 1960s satire boom, financial backer for Private Eye magazine, and famed for his partnership with Dudley Moore on TV in Not Only... But Also and on record in the foul-mouth Derek & Clive, Cook was even named The Comedians' Comedian to find the comic most admired by other comedians.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 16th November 2016