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Mighty Boosh reunion for Record Store Day

The Mighty Boosh - Noel Feilding & Julian Barratt - will be UK ambassadors for Record Store Day this year.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 9th April 2019

Jumping the shark: The Mighty Boosh

Somewhere between the second and third series, the Boosh started to believe its own hype. Live shows became gigs, Fielding and Barratt living out their own rock'n'roll fantasies. The third series was - Crack Fox aside - dry, uninspired, overly slick, self-referential and smug.

Luke Holland, The Guardian, 25th March 2019

It would not be Christmas without Jimmy Carr's annual quiz and, given the news cycle, there is much for him to smirk at, from Danny Dyer's Brexit bashing to the royal wedding. The teams include Richard Ayoade, Noel Fielding and Claudia Winkleman, with Jon Snow and Charles Dance playing quizmasters.

Hannah Verdier, The Guardian, 26th December 2018

Top cast for Vic & Bob film The Glove

Matt Lucas, Noel Fielding, Tim Key, Paul Whitehouse and Morgana Robinson look set to be amongst the cast list for Vic & Bob's film The Glove.

British Comedy Guide, 8th November 2018

I Talk Telly Award nominations published

Nominees for TV blog I Talk Telly's 2018 awards have been revealed, with the final series of ITV's Benidorm amongst those leading the running.

British Comedy Guide, 3rd November 2018

It's pretty much a Bake Off special this week as Ross quizzes judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith and presenter Noel Fielding about the current series of the cookery show. OK, so there's no Sandi Toksvig, but comedy awaits courtesy of Mo Gilligan and music is supplied by Olly Murs.

Mike Bradley, The Guardian, 29th September 2018

Review: The Festival

Puerile but exuberant Inbetweeners-style comedy featuring typically game work from Joe Thomas.

James Mottram, The List, 14th August 2018

Noel Fielding: 'Everything Salvador DalĂ­ did was funny'

The comedian stars as one of his heroes, goth-rocker Alice Cooper, in Sky's latest Urban Myths romp - so why did he pitch to play its other lead character, the clown prince of surrealism?

Stuart Jeffries, The Guardian, 2nd May 2018