Humphrey Ker.

Radio comedies shortlisted for BBC Audio Awards 2018

Liam Williams, The Penny Dreadfuls, Sarah Kendall, The Absolutely Radio Show, Harry And Paul Present and It's Jocelyn are amongst the shortlisted nominees for the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2018.

British Comedy Guide, 4th January 2018

The Penny Dreadfuls: Le Carré On Spying preview

Take out the radio receiver concealed in your shoe and tune in.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 8th July 2017

The Penny Dreadfuls to present spy spoof on Radio 4

Comedy group The Penny Dreadfuls are to perform Le Carré On Spying, a new special as part of their long-running collaboration with Radio 4.

British Comedy Guide, 16th May 2017

14 comedy shows up for BBC Audio Awards 2017

The shortlists for the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2017 has been revealed, with 14 comedies in the running across the Best Scripted Comedy and Best Comedy with a Live Audience categories.

British Comedy Guide, 22nd November 2016

Humphrey Ker lands ABC sitcom 'Terrible People'

Humphrey Ker has signed up to star in his own ABC sitcom in the US. The British comedian has written the project entitled Terrible People, which is loosely based on his life.

Tom Eames, Digital Spy, 14th October 2013

Humphrey Ker goes to Hollywood

Humphrey Ker has landed his first US acting role, in a sitcom pilot about friends who reassess their lives after surviving a plane crash.

Jay Richardson, Chortle, 4th March 2013

ITV2 to pilot late-night panel show format 'Would You Rather...?'

ITV2 is to pilot Would You Rather...?, a late-night panel show hosted by Humphrey Ker based on a BBC America series hosted by Graham Norton.

British Comedy Guide, 29th November 2012

Sketchorama, a showcase for live sketch groups from around the UK, lived up to its billing - being very sketchy indeed. Delete the Banjax, Lady Garden and Idiots of Ants all had an equally timed stab at attacking the funny bone over a half hour presented by Humphrey Ker, and thankfully there was the odd gem among some pretty pedestrian satire. Though this opening episode felt very much like student union comedy, the showcase format means next week's programme could contain hilarity of the highest order - hopefully. It's just no fun heckling a radio.

Derek Smith, The Stage, 27th June 2012