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Tom Wrigglesworth's Hang Ups

BBC Radio 4 sitcom starring Tom Wrigglesworth. 24 episodes (5 series), 2013 - 2019. Stars Tom Wrigglesworth, Paul Copley, Kate Anthony, Elizabeth Bennett and Judy Parfitt.

Press Clippings Awards 2019 shortlist

60 TV and radio programmes have been shortlisted across 10 categories for the Awards 2019. Voting is now open to determine the winners.

British Comedy Guide, 13th January 2020

BBC Sounds launch opens up Radio 4 comedy archive

BBC Radio Player has been replaced with BBC Sounds. The website and app will offer over 80,000 hours of content, including the chance to re-listen to many comedy shows made by Radio 4.

British Comedy Guide, 30th October 2018 Awards 2016 shortlists announced

The shortlists for the 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

14 comedy shows up for BBC Audio Awards 2017

The shortlists for the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2017 has been revealed, with 14 comedies in the running across the Best Scripted Comedy and Best Comedy with a Live Audience categories.

British Comedy Guide, 22nd November 2016

Interview: Tom Wrigglesworth

In turns heart-wrenching and hilarious, Tom Wrigglesworth's new show, Utterly at Odds With the Universe, takes him on an emotional journey from childhood to adulthood, exploring the poignant and profound relationship with his granddad.

Peter Dixon, Giggle Beats, 18th March 2014

Radio 4 order Series 2 of Tom Wrigglesworth's Hang-Ups

Radio 4 have ordered a second series of Tom Wrigglesworth's Hang-Ups.

Andrew Dipper, Giggle Beats, 17th March 2014

Tom Wrigglesworth's Hang-Ups - radio review

Ageing parents, sweet sister and mystic gran - Tom's family phone calls are a keenly observed, comical joy.

Stuart Heritage, The Guardian, 15th November 2013

I'm unfamiliar with comedian Tom Wrigglesworth so wasn't quite sure what to expect of a routine based on telephone calls to his Sheffield-based family. But it's a lovely half-hour, with Tom becoming increasingly exasperated by his parents' failure to understand him and their obsession with the mundane.

Far from resenting them, he's actually extremely fond of the mum and dad who come out with batty lines like "I'm nostalgic for a twin-tub... oh, and your brother is in prison". And Tom's Gran is on the line too - to great comic effect: "Your mother is like the National Accident Helpline, always trying to compensate."

For me, the biggest pay-off was to discover she's played by one of our greatest actresses, the incomparable Judy Parfitt. She alone will make it worth tuning in for the rest of the series.

Chris Gardner, Radio Times, 30th October 2013