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.
Sunday 24th February 2013
Stand-up comedian Romesh Ranganathan has been named the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2013.
Romesh Ranganathan is to release a second volume of memoirs. As Good As It Gets: Life Lessons From A Reluctant Adult will be published in October.British Comedy Guide, 27th May 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
Comedians bring the laughs to Swan Lake.i Newspaper, 6th May 2020
Comedy dream team Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan have an onscreen rapport that is not fake - they really are the best of pals. They've missed working, and each other, during lockdown. With their second series together about to air, we eavesdropped on the pair getting their frustrations out.Steven MacKenzie, The Big Issue, 5th May 2020
The Misadventures Of Romesh Ranganathan is returning for a third series, the comedian has revealed.British Comedy Guide, 29th April 2020
Two married comedians do scripted reality. Sounds like a treat. Who better to send up the sort of bilge they broadcast on ITV Be than two nimble wits?Lottie Young, Evening Standard, 27th February 2020