British Comedy Guide

Inside Track Page 2

  1. Sean Morley on research and development

    • Article
    • Performance
    • 17th December 2019

    Sean Morley argues that comedy needs a better relationship with artistic research and development.

  2. Claire Broughton and Leila Navabi join BBC Studios

    • News
    • Production
    • 16th December 2019

    BBC Studios has made new appointments to its comedy audio team. Claire Broughton joins from Hat Trick as an executive producer and writer Leila Navabi joins as a producer.

  3. Super Best Quality Video Productions launches

    • News
    • Production
    • 16th December 2019

    Former UKTV commissioning editor Joe McVey has set up a production company in Bristol called Super Best Quality Video Productions.

  4. Stuart Laws.

    My Comedy Career: Stuart Laws

    • Article
    • 15th December 2019

    Writer, producer, director and performer Stuart Laws talks about his comedy career. "Remember that everything brilliant is made by a team not an individual."

  5. Image shows from L to R: James Harkin, Anna Ptaszynski.

    No Such Thing As A Fish: Why a good fact is like a good joke

    • Article
    • 6th December 2019

    Anna Ptaszynski and James Harkin talk about turning facts into jokes via their podcast No Such Thing As A Fish. Find out why some sources work better than others.

  6. Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith sign BBC Studios deal

    • News
    • Production
    • 5th December 2019

    Inside No. 9 creators Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith have signed a two year first-look deal with BBC Studios.

  7. Amused Moose New Comic Award 2020 open for entries

    • Article
    • Performance
    • 3rd December 2019

    This opportunity/event has now finished/closed.

    Amused Moose Comedy's National New Comic Award is now open for entries, for its 2020 heats.

  8. The Secret Reviewer.

    The Secret Reviewer #9: Book Smarts

    • Article
    • 1st December 2019

    Every month our clandestine critic reveals the murky truths behind that infamous trade, and live comedy generally. This month: Do you have the write stuff?

  9. £100,000 prize available for climate change comedy idea

    • Article
    • Writing
    • 26th November 2019

    Flickers Of The Future, a charity-sponsored opportunity for creators aged 18-29, has a £100,000 production funding prize. Judges include Richard Curtis.

  10. Female Pilot Club interview

    • Article
    • Writing
    • 23rd November 2019

    Female Pilot Club founders Abigail Burdess and Kay Stonham talk to us about why they set up the script reading initiative, and we get some writing tips from Veep's Georgia Pritchett, whose new script will be showcased at the next event.