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Thanks A Lot, Milton Jones!

BBC Radio 4 sitcom about a man who takes on various jobs. 18 episodes (3 series), 2014 - 2018. Stars Milton Jones, Tom Goodman-Hill, Dan Tetsell, Josie Lawrence and Ben Willbond.

Another series is in development.

Press Clippings

Comedy.co.uk Awards 2018 shortlist

The shortlisted TV and radio shows for the Comedy.co.uk Awards 2018 have been announced. 60 programmes are now in the running for the Comedy Of The Year title.

British Comedy Guide, 21st January 2019

Radio 4 comedies nominated in BBC Audio Awards 2019

A number of Radio 4 comedy series have been nominated in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2019.

British Comedy Guide, 21st November 2018

Comedy.co.uk Awards 2016 shortlists announced

The shortlists for the Comedy.co.uk Awards 2016 have been revealed. 60 shows are in the running for the Comedy Of The Year title. Voting is now open.

British Comedy Guide, 16th January 2017

Milton Jones: How to be a have-a-go hero

Milton Jones explains why, should you ever encounter one, taking on a bank robber isn't as easy as it looks...

Milton Jones, GQ, 8th March 2014

Milton Jones stars in Thanks a Lot, Milton Jones! (still don't know if that exclam should be in the title, other than implied: it does a mild disservice to Jones in that he admittedly writes with exuberance and gag-a-heartbeat punning, but delivers with an unbeatable dryness). Milton, in this opener - happy Wednesday early-evening nights in the bath again for me, whew - launched a wedding business. Featuring a bride who looked the spit of Robert De Niro. It was a knowing joy to listen to the conniptions the writers had twisted themselves into to include references to I think every film in De Niro's oeuvre.

Euan Ferguson, The Observer, 22nd February 2014

Radio Times review

The English language receives a shakedown as Milton Jones exercises his word play to left-field extremes that make Lewis Carroll seem tame. Sometimes it is a simple description - like calling a church "a huge stone refrigerator" - that sets his mind wandering. But when he starts playing with the sound and meaning of words, the fun really starts.

In this opening episode he decides to launch a wedding business, but for Jones a groom is someone who works with horses, not a husband-to-be. The comic and dramatic support from Tom Goodman-Hill, as Milton's long-suffering flatmate, is invaluable and there are some particularly fine moments in a running theme about the bride looking like Robert De Niro. Their attempts to work De Niro film titles into every conversation with her are superb.

Jane Anderson, Radio Times, 19th February 2014