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Upstart Crow Series 3 guest stars announced

The BBC has announced Upstart Crow's guest stars for the upcoming third series, including Adrian Edmondson, Nigel Planer, Kenneth Branagh and Lily Cole.

British Comedy Guide, 25th January 2018

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

Radio comedies up for BBC Audio Awards 2018

Shows starring Harry Enfield, Paul Whitehouse, John Finnemore, Marcus Brigstocke, David Jason and Jocelyn Jee Esien are amongst the nominees for the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2018.

British Comedy Guide, 21st November 2017

Review: Sky Summer Shorts - Jocelyn Jee Esien's Summer

Jocelyn Jee Esien's very short two-hander finds her playing a daughter lost in a West London park with her mum (Ellen Thomas) as they try to find their way to the Notting Hill Carnival.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 29th June 2017

Guest stars revealed as filming starts on Upstart Crow Series 2

Filming is under way on the second series of Upstart Crow, with Emma Thompson, Geoffrey Whitehead and Noel Fielding amongst the guest stars.

British Comedy Guide, 27th January 2017

Jocelyn Jee Esien working on new Radio 4 show

Jocelyn Jee Esien is working on a new sketch show project for BBC Radio 4. It's Jocelyn will see her portray various characters.

British Comedy Guide, 6th October 2015

The channel's series re-exploring the merits of silent comedy continues with this piece starring Seann Walsh, Marek Larwood and Jocelyn Jee Esien - one of whom accidentally kills the guide dog of a blind man, played with customary gravity by Vic Reeves. Any comedy involving Reeves invariably involves the surreal use of food, and so it is that the death of the hound is caused by a prawn sandwich. The hapless trio must now convince Reeves that his dog is still alive. Non-verbal hilarity ensues.

David Stubbs, The Guardian, 17th September 2015