A Bit Of Fry & Laurie. Image shows from L to R: Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie.

A Bit Of Fry & Laurie

BBC Two and BBC One sketch show starring Stephen Fry & Hugh Laurie. 26 episodes (pilot + 4 series), 1986 - 1995. Stars Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie and Deborah Norton.

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Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie talk about reunion 'often'

Hugh Laurie has said he and Stephen Fry "often" discuss reforming their comedy double act, 25 years after their sketch show, A Bit of Fry and Laurie, ended.

BBC, 21st January 2020

The show that shaped me: Joel Morris on Fry & Laurie

Stephen and Hugh's barking businessmen saved the Philomena Cunk writer from joining the corporate world.

Joel Morris, Broadcast, 11th April 2019

I'll be celebrating 30 years of A Bit Of Fry And Laurie

Sunday January 13, at 9pm, marks the 30th anniversary to the minute of the very first broadcast of series one, episode one of A Bit Of Fry & Laurie.

Jem Roberts, Chortle, 27th December 2018

Fry & Laurie sketch going viral, as it sums up Brexit

It's called 'A Good Deal for Britain' and as Times columnist Caitlin Moran pointed out on Twitter, it's the news right now, boiled down into a two and a half minute sketch.

The Poke, 27th November 2018

New book to publish unseen Fry & Laurie material

Previously un-seen Fry & Laurie scripts are to be published in Soupy Twists!, a new book about the work of Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie.

British Comedy Guide, 17th May 2016

Hugh Laurie: A bit more Fry & Laurie would be great

Hugh Laurie would "absolutely" like to perform again with his former comedy partner Stephen Fry, but worries the pair are too old for political satire.

BBC News, 23rd June 2013

Video: 20 of Fry & Laurie's best bits

Hurrah, and indeed, huzzah. As either Stephen Fry or Hugh Laurie themselves might say.

Andrea Mann, The Huffington Post, 15th May 2012

A bit more Fry & Laurie, please...

Stephen Fry says he and Hugh Laurie are working together again. For F & L superfan Jack Seale, that's enormous news...

Jack Seale, Radio Times, 15th May 2012

A bout of Fry v Laurie

On Sunday two of Britain's national treasures, whose surnames have been entwined in the public consciousness since their comedy show A Bit of Fry and Laurie first aired on BBC Two in 1988, compete for our affections. At 9pm, you can see Stephen Fry as a Norfolk solicitor in Kingdom. Meanwhile at the same time on Sky 1, you could watch House, starring Hugh Laurie as a medical genius. It's time to decide who is better - Fry or Laurie?

Stuart Jeffries, The Guardian, 4th June 2009