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Lord mayor opens Joe Lycett's new kitchen extension

It started as a joke but comedian Joe Lycett convinced the Lord Mayor of Birmingham to cut the ribbon at the ceremony for his new kitchen extension.

BBC, 15th May 2019

Red Nose Day 2017 plans revealed

Comic Relief's plans for Red Nose Day 2017 include a TV show involving stars including French & Saunders and Vic & Bob, plus a series of online comedy sketches, and much more.

British Comedy Guide, 31st January 2017

Review: Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie

Celeb cameos galore - including one from a GSN staffer! - in this screwball comedy, but beware a lazy Caitlyn Jenner-inspired subplot, sweetie.

Jamie Tabberer, Gay Star News, 30th June 2016

Absolutely Fabulous the Movie: the magic is still there

Remarkably, the questions 'why now' or simply 'why' feel irrelevant when watching the Absolutely Fabulous movie.

Jim Palmer, Wimbledon Guardian, 30th June 2016

Ab Fab The Movie review: cameos drab, but leads are fab

No matter how much fashion has moved forward, Eddy and Patsy will always be in style.

Hanna Flint, Metro, 30th June 2016

Nick Grimshaw apologises for offensive Keith Lemon joke

BBC Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw was forced to apologise to listeners who were offended by a joke, made by guest Keith Lemon, about the plane crash in Taiwan that killed 31 people. Lemon, who is played by 41-year-old comedian Leigh Francis, compared the pilot of the doomed TransAsia Airways Light GE235 to Lady Gaga.

Jenn Selby, The Independent, 5th February 2015

If anyone doubts Graham Norton's position as chatshow king, a look at tonight's opening line-up should set them straight. While Alan Carr has the solid if unspectacular likes of Lionel Richie, Jessie J and Nick Grimshaw over on Channel 4 (10pm), Norton's sofa dwellers - Denzel Washington, Gemma Arteton and new Doctor Who Peter Capaldi - offer real big-name clout. Music, meanwhile, is provided by the endlessly emoting George Ezra, whose croaky folk has proved inescapable this summer.

Gwilym Mumford, The Guardian, 26th September 2014

Nick Grimshaw's Sweat The Small Stuff: day in the life

It's brash it's silly and like the rest of the shows on BBC Three, it's 'heading online'.

Peter Robinson, The Guardian, 23rd May 2014