Rab C. Nesbitt. Rab C. Nesbitt (Gregor Fisher). Copyright: The Comedy Unit.

Gregor Fisher

There She Goes review

Sensitive parenting comedy with a spiky edge.

Rebecca Nicholson, The Guardian, 9th July 2020

Review: There She Goes

Couple's comedy is heartbreakingly honest about life with a disabled child.

Susannah Butter, Evening Standard, 9th July 2020

What I think Rab C Nesbitt would say to Nicola Sturgeon

Govan's honest chancer, Rab C Nesbitt, can still hold his own among shows as good as latest hit Guilt and it would be interesting to hear his take on politicians like Nicola Sturgeon, Boris Johnson and the rest, writes Aidan Smith.

Aidan Smith, The Scotsman, 19th November 2019

Gregor Fisher: mistake to portray Rev IM Jolly

The Rab C Nesbitt star put on the dog collar and sat in the famous green chair to honour Rikki Fulton's most famous character for a BBC Scotland Hogmanay sketch. But the 65-year-old wishes he had not done the sketch, recorded to mark the 40th anniversary of Scotch And Wry, Rikki's famous sketch show that gave Fisher his TV break.

Murray Scougall, The Sunday Post, 10th November 2019

Rab C Nesbitt set for TV comeback?

Gregor Fisher has hinted he is ready to don the string vest once more and return to our screens as street philosopher Rab C Nesbitt.

John Dingwall, Daily Record, 9th November 2019

10 greatest Scottish comedians - and their best gags

Cast your vote for Scotland's best comedian in our online poll.

Daily Record, 24th May 2019

Scotland's funniest 60 people

As the Glasgow International Comedy Festival prepares to launch with a gaggle of giggles later this month, we count down Scotland's funniest 60 people.

The Herald, 3rd March 2019

Review: Pointless Whisky Galore remake lacks in spirit

A great cast alone does not a good film make as this all-too-gentle and rather pointless retread of Alexander Mackendrick's 1949 Ealing classic showcases.

Ross Miller, The National, 5th May 2017