Friday 25th January 2019
Romesh Ranganathan and Rob Beckett have been friends for 10 years. Now they're travelling the world together to meet a host of international superstars. In this interview they talk about dodgy prawns, the terror of singing, and embarrassing themselves.
A heck of a lot packed into a thirty-minute slot. An hour would've been so much better.Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 13th September 2020
Writers remain sceptical of Tim Davie's plan to limit left-wing laughs, and warn it will be impossible to deliver.Vanessa Thorpe, The Observer, 6th September 2020
Monday night shows will start on August 17 with Rob Beckett, followed by Jimmy Carr (Aug 24) and Russell Brand (Sept 14) and Kerry Godliman, Judi Love and Russell Kane on Sept 21. Two further gigs will take place on September 7 at 6pm and 9pm and will feature Suzi Ruffell, Sindhu Vee, Olga Koch and Gabby Best with more names to be announced - the shows will have different line-ups.Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 15th July 2020
Messrs Beckett and Ranganathan conclude their banter-fuelled trip to South Africa. It feels more like a jolly than a serious documentary, but the pair are good value and the cricket itself adds considerable drama - the conclusion to the Test match they attend will feel poignant to anyone yearning for a fix of live sport.Phil Harrison, The Guardian, 26th May 2020
'I vowed to work harder than anyone else'. Rob Beckett on how he became a comedian.Susan Gray, The Daily Express, 10th May 2020
Comedians bring the laughs to Swan Lake.i Newspaper, 6th May 2020