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The British Comedy Awards

The British Comedy Awards

  • TV factual
  • ITV / Channel 4
  • 1990 - 2014
  • 25 episodes

Britain's premier comedy awards for almost 25 years, honouring the very best in the business. Features Jonathan Ross.

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British Comedy Awards 2014

Jonathan Ross reveals the results of the 2014 British Comedy Awards. This marks the 25th year of the awards as they continue to celebrate the absolute best and brightest in British Comedy.

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Best TV Comedy Actress:
Katherine Parkinson

Best Male TV Comic:
Lee Mack

Best Sketch Show:
Harry And Paul's Story Of The 2s

Best Female TV Comic:
Aisling Bea

Best TV Comedy Actor:
Harry Enfield

Best Comedy Drama:

Best Comedy Entertainment Personality:
Graham Norton

Best Comedy Panel Show:
Would I Lie To You?

Best Sitcom:
Moone Boy

Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist:
Nick Helm

Best Comedy Entertainment Programme:
The Graham Norton Show

Best International Comedy Programme:
Modern Family

Best Internet Comedy Short:

Best Comedy Film:
The Inbetweeners 2

King / Queen Of Comedy:
Jack Whitehall

Lifetime Achievement Award:
Monty Python

Writers' Guild Of Great Britain Award:
Brendon O'Carroll for Mrs Brown's Boys

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Recorded 16th December 2014 at Wembley Studios.

Broadcast details

Wednesday 17th December 2014
Channel 4
120 minutes


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Date Time Channel
Friday 19th December 2014 11:10pm C4

Cast & crew

Jonathan Ross Host / Presenter
Guest cast
Sharon Horgan Self
Jack Whitehall Self
Jo Brand Self
Adam Hills Self
Harry Enfield Self
Alex Brooker Self
Joe Thomas Self
Seann Walsh Self
Matt Berry Self
Katherine Ryan Self
Aisling Bea Self
Nick Helm Self
Paul Chowdhry Self
Ashley Roberts Self
Joey Essex Self
Kenton Allen Self
Dara O Briain Self
Tim Downie Self
Shazad Latif Self
Carl Fogarty Self
Deirdre O'Kane Self
Ian FitzGibbon Self
Michael Palin Self
Emilia Fox Self
Jack Carroll Self
Adam Woodyatt Self
Brendan O'Carroll Self
Simon Greenall Announcer


Seann Walsh mocks Paul Chowdhry

Seann Walsh jokes with Paul Chowdhry backstage at The British Comedy Awards 2014. They talk about how Paul mispronounced Moone Boy when reading out the winner.

Featuring: Seann Walsh & Paul Chowdhry.

Nick Helm talks about winning Breakthrough award

Uncle star Nick Helm talking about winning the Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist award at the 2014 British Comedy Awards. He also discusses his plans for 2015.

Featuring: Nick Helm.

Adam Hills calls Rupert Murdoch a dick

Adam Hills, talking backstage at The British Comedy Awards, names Rupert Murdoch dick of the week. He also praises the speech given by Brendan O'Carroll.

Featuring: Adam Hills.

Clem Fandango and Danny Bear from Toast Of London

Shazad Latif who plays Clem Fandango, and Tim Downie who plays Danny Bear, talk about why they love working on Toast Of London. This was filmed backstage at The British Comedy Awards 2014.

Featuring: Tim Downie & Shazad Latif.

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