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50 funny podcasts to make you feel much better

Has your daily walk become an endless trudge to nowhere? These podcasts, chosen by comedians, podcasters, Guardian writers and readers, are guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.

The Guardian, 5th April 2021

Mae Martin and Joe Lycett amongst RTS winners

Mae Martin, The Ranganation, Gbemisola Ikumelo, Youssef Kerkour, The Young Offenders and Joe Lycett's Got Your Back were amongst the winners at the Royal Television Society Awards 2021.

British Comedy Guide, 17th March 2021

Royal Television Society Awards 2021 nominations

Brassic, Sex Education, The Young Offenders, Gbemisola Ikumelo, Sophie Willan, Ruth Jones, Youssef Kerkour, O-T Fagbenle and Paul Chahidi are amongst the nominees for the RTS Programme Awards 2021.

British Comedy Guide, 2nd March 2021

Comedians go vaccine mythbusting

Romesh Ranganathan, Meera Syal, Sanjeev Bhaskar and Adil Ray are among the celebrities fronting a new video campaign to encourage minority groups to take up the covid vaccine.

Chortle, 18th February 2021

Romesh Ranganathan: why I quit Twitter

There is a chance that if you're on Twitter you are not pure evil, but the way people speak to each other on it is unacceptable.

Romesh Ranganathan, The Guardian, 5th February 2021

Romesh Ranganathan used to cry in work toilets

Being a stand-up comic must be the toughest of gigs - but Romesh Ranganathan says it is a doddle compared to his early work. The comedian and star of A League Of Their Own and The Ranganation has revealed he used to disappear into the loos and have a weep just to survive the pressures of one of his first jobs.

Andy Halls, The Sun, 31st January 2021

Adil Ray organises video to dispel Covid vaccine myths

Romesh Ranganathan and Meera Syal are amongst those who have made a video urging people to get the Covid vaccine. The video was co-ordinated by Citizen Khan creator Adil Ray, who said he wanted to dispel vaccination myths for those from ethnic minority communities.

BBC, 26th January 2021