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The British Comedy Awards

Channel 4 factual. 25 episodes, 1990 - 2014. Stars Jonathan Ross.

British Comedy Awards 2013

Jonathan Ross hosts The British Comedy Awards, live from London. Nominees include Miranda Hart, James Corden and Jo Brand.

Broadcast details

Date
Thursday 12th December 2013
Time
9pm
Channel
Channel 4
Length
120 minutes
Ratings
1.34 million viewers (7.10% audience share)

Full synopsis

Winners

Best Sketch Show: Harry & Paul

Best TV Comedy Actor: Jack Whitehall

Best Comedy Panel Show: Would I Lie To You?

Best Female TV Comic: Nina Conti

Best TV Comedy Actress: Miranda Hart

Best Male TV Comic: Lee Mack

Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist: Adam Hills

Best Comedy Entertainment Personality: Alan Carr

Best Sitcom: Getting On

Best Comedy Entertainment Programme: The Graham Norton Show

Best New Comedy Programme: Plebs

The British Comedy Outstanding Achievement Award: Steve Coogan

The Writer's Guild of Great Britain Award: Paul Whitehouse

The Award for International Achievement: Will Ferrell

King Or Queen Of Comedy Award: Jack Whitehall

Repeats

  1. Saturday 14th December 2013 at 00.30
  2. Saturday 14th December 2013 at 23.35 on 4seven

Videos

12 Days of Comedy Christmas

The twelve days of Christmas... as sung by comedians at the British Comedy Awards.

Johnny Vegas takes over British Comedy Awards

"They've cut the autocue, but fuck 'em". Johnny Vegas causes the scheduling on The British Comedy Awards to massively over-run as he hilariously goes off-script to deliver a few home truths. He starts off 4 minutes into this clip.

Featuring: Jonathan Ross, Charlie Higson, Johnny Vegas, Paul Whitehouse.

Jack Whitehall interview

Jack Whitehall, backstage at The British Comedy Awards, explains how he'll make Freddie Flintoff his Queen; and how Bad Education is going to the USA.

Featuring: Jack Whitehall.

Johnny Vegas interview

Johnny Vegas talks about his book and the difference between Johnny Vegas and, the real him, Michael Pennington.

Featuring: Johnny Vegas.

Lee Mack on his love for David Mitchell

Lee Mack, who beat fellow Would I Lie To You? team captain David Mitchell to the Best Male TV Comic at the British Comedy Awards, jokes about how there's tension between the two of them... but it's sexual tension.

Featuring: Lee Mack.

The League of Gentlemen interview

Will The League of Gentlemen reunite again?

Featuring: Reece Shearsmith, Steve Pemberton, Jeremy Dyson.

Nina Conti interview

Nina Conti says she is sad Family Tree is not coming back, and talks about her new clown-based film.

Featuring: Nina Conti.

Paul Whitehouse, Charlie Higson and hot pants

Paul Whitehouse talks about how he's happy to have won Best Sketch Show for Harry & Paul. He also talks about how The Fast Show will celebrate it's 20th anniversary in 2014. We then switch to Charlie Higson who confirms he does indeed like to wear hot pants.

Featuring: Charlie Higson, Paul Whitehouse.

Ryan Sampson interview

Plebs star Ryan Sampson starts by eating Jonathan Ross. He also talks about the sitcom winning Best New Comedy, and the new series of Up The Women.

Featuring: Ryan Samson.

Steve Coogan interview

Steve Coogan talks about his highlight of 2013, and reveals he wants to develop more British films. He also says he's fond of Saxondale, and talks about Series 2 of The Trip. Plus, the topic of comedians versus politics.

Featuring: Steve Coogan.


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