Jim Smith.

Glasgow Comedy Festival's biggest shows called off

All events at the King's Theatre, including Stewart Lee, Jerry Sadowitz, Janey Godley, John Shuttleworth, Fascinating Aida, Susie McCabe and Jim Smith, are to be postponed.

Chortle, 16th March 2020

Jim Smith on juggling livestock and laughs

Ahead of two mainstage gigs at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, Perthshire farmer and stand-up Jim Smith talks to Jay Richardson.

Jay Richardson, The Scotsman, 9th March 2020

Humour is now fertile ground for a farmer

Farmers are always being told to diversify. Thanks to the new BBC Scotland channel, I stumbled across the droll delights of Jim Smith, who's done it somewhat differently, combining cattle sheds with a career in stand-up comedy.

Melanie Reid, The Times, 6th January 2020

10 things that changed my life: Jim Smith

An interview with the Scottish comedian and farmer.

Nan Spowart, The National, 8th December 2019

Interview with stand-up farmer Jim Smith

'First and foremost I'm a farmer... I just happen to do stand-up comedy on the side'.

Aberdeen Press and Journal, 16th May 2019

Scottish Comedy Awards 2019 nominations

The nominations for the Scottish Comedy Awards 2019 have been announced. Breaking The News leads the lists. Chris Forbes, Christopher MacArthur-Boyd, Jay Lafferty, Larry Dean, Liam Withnail, Limmy, Susie McCabe and Tom Stade are in the running for best solo show.

British Comedy Guide, 10th May 2019

BBC Scotland produces four iPlayer series

BBC Scotland is to launch four short form comedy series on BBC iPlayer on Thursday 9th May. A Scot Squad spin-off, music mockumentary Bridge & Allen, the darkly comic Hings, and Series 2 of The Farm.

British Comedy Guide, 29th April 2019

BBC Scotland unveils Funny Firsts comedy season

BBC Scotland is to debut a number of new shows online and on TV over November and December as part of a season called Funny Firsts. Shows include The Comedy Underground, The State Of It and Whiplashed.

British Comedy Guide, 15th November 2018