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David Mitchell and John Finnemore to star in Radio 4 sitcom

David Mitchell and John Finnemore are to star in Time Spanner, a time travel sitcom for Radio 4.

British Comedy Guide, 22nd May 2016

Victorian television-making techniques

When Mark Evans, writer of The Bleak Old Shop Of Stuff, first suggested we make a Victorian television programme I assumed he meant a programme set in Victorian times.

Gareth Edwards, BBC Blogs, 27th February 2012

TV review: Misfits, E4

Smutty innuendos, far-fetched storylines and joker Nathan - how we've missed the Bafta-winning Misfits.

Gareth Edwards, The Scotsman, 31st October 2011

TV review: Holy Flying Circus

Monty Python's Life of Brian is still easily one of the funniest films ever made, but at the time of its release it attracted nothing but controversy.

Gareth Edwards, The Scotsman, 20th October 2011

You may have heard this when it first went out in the 6.30pm comedy zone but if you are generally averse to what's offered in those slots and thus missed it, grab it now. Mark Evans writes one of the wittiest, most ingenious scripts on the air, a Dickensian pastiche with a slight Rocky Horror Show echo. Director Gareth Edwards has cast it beautifully and the actors (Richard Johnson and Anthony Head among them) give it their considerable all.

Gillian Reynolds, The Telegraph, 20th January 2011

Ronnie Corbett Christmas return: Puns upon a time

Gareth Edwards says the comedy of word play deserves a revival.

Gareth Edwards, BBC Magazine, 24th December 2010

Why poke fun at Charles Dickens?

Charles Dickens is a genuine national treasure, his works read by millions and the television adaptations usually ratings hits. But his novels and characters are also ripe for satire, says Gareth Edwards.

Gareth Edwards, BBC News, 11th November 2010

That Mitchell & Webb End of Series Quiz

As the producer of That Mitchell and Webb Look I often imagine what it would be like to have thousands of fans clamouring for an end-of-series-four quiz.

Gareth Edwards, BBC Comedy, 17th August 2010