Thursday 29th April 2021
Jack Bernhardt discusses how to ensure that your plots and characters are working together... so there's never a scenario where you character ends up doing something they absolutely would never do.
Comedy is a tool, a trick - Ukraine will soon see, running a country is no joke.Jack Bernhardt, 23rd April 2019
Following Jack Bernhardt's article on rebooting 70s sitcoms, such as Dad's Army and Fawlty Towers, many of you went below the line to share your thoughts on the best sitcoms and whether you think the format works today. You can join in the discussion by clicking on the links in the comments below.Guardian readers, The Guardian, 17th January 2018
The sitcom's gig might be over, with audiences' lust for comedy being served by competitive baking shows and reality TV.Jack Bernhardt, The Guardian, 16th January 2018
The benefits to society would be profound - not least that people would learn the difference between a joke and a threat.Jack Bernhardt, The Guardian, 31st July 2017
The Daily Mash's new satirical TV show has a hard challenge ahead as the web spews out gags with lightning speed - it needs to find a distinctive voice.Jack Bernhardt, The Guardian, 18th July 2017