Dave and James chat to comedy writer, and performer, Laurence Howarth. He talks about writing the controversial Tracey Ullman Corbyn sketches, a sitcom about arms dealers, and how Dead Ringers feels very different from how it used to when politics was boring and you could still just about trust a bank.
Published: 21st June 2018. Length: 45 minutes. Size: 62.7mb
The Corbyn sketch
Tracey Ullman's Corbyn sketch attracts antisemitic slurs
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