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Billy Connolly: Made In Scotland

BBC Two documentary about Billy Connolly. 2 episodes (1 series), 2018 - 2019. Features Billy Connolly.

Press Clippings Awards 2018 shortlist

The shortlisted TV and radio shows for the 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

Sir Billy Connolly sorry for 'depressing' fans

Sir Billy Connolly has said sorry for "depressing" fans after describing his life as "slipping away".

BBC, 5th January 2019

Billy Connolly: Made in Scotland review

Although it's a nostalgic look The Big Yin's life, career, and beloved Scotland, this documentary also sees the stand-up dispensing some cheerfully wise philosophy.

Holly Williams, The Independent, 5th January 2019

The second part of this profile of the 76-year-old comedian sees him back in Scotland, meeting locals for selfies, reflecting on his first trade as a "useless" welder and assessing the paradoxical character of his native country. Ross Noble, Sharleen Spiteri and Micky Flanagan contribute.

David Stubbs, The Guardian, 4th January 2019

Sir Billy Connolly: 'I don't fear death'

Sir Billy Connolly has insisted he does not fear death as he revealed how laughter was helping him cope with Parkinson's disease.

BBC, 3rd January 2019

Billy Connolly: Made in Scotland, review

As much a celebration of Glasgow as of Billy.

Isabel Mohan, The Telegraph, 28th December 2018

Billy Connolly: Made in Scotland review

Connolly recounts his thrilling escape from the shipyards in a vivid portrait of 1960s Glasgow.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 28th December 2018

Did the Big Yin's conversational style change the face of British comedy for ever, as this two-part special argues? Either way, the Glaswegian remains one of the funniest men alive and it's good to see him in such fine form as he goes home to tell the story of his journey from welder to internationally feted comedian. Sentimental but never schlocky, his reflections on childhood, the shipyards of the Clyde and the drinking culture of Glasgow form a mesmerising portrait of both man and city.

Mike Bradley, The Guardian, 28th December 2018