Cunk On.... Philomena Cunk (Diane Morgan). Copyright: House Of Tomorrow.

Cunk On...

BBC Two comedy starring Diane Morgan as Philomena Cunk. 13 episodes (1 series), 2016 - 2019. Stars Diane Morgan.

Press Clippings

Chortle Awards 2020 nominees

Bob Mortimer, Greg Davies, Katherine Ryan, Romesh Ranganathan and Tom Allen are amongst the nominees for the Chortle Awards 2020. Jonny Pelham, Jessica Fostekew and Catherine Cohen have two nods.

British Comedy Guide, 27th February 2020

TV review: Cunk and Other Humans on 2019

I really hope this is a one off and next year Charlie Brooker pulls his finger out and returns to the Wipe format. Or does nothing at all, as that would be better than this gigantic mess.

Alex Finch, Comedy To Watch, 21st December 2019

Philomena Cunk on the Queen's Speech

The cultural commentator ponders this year's royal message, which she argues is 'like Gogglebox, but even posher than the bits with Stef and Dom in'.

Jason Hazeley, The Guardian, 16th December 2019

Diane Morgan is back as the intrepid thinker and sarcastic interviewer Philomena Cunk in this end-of-year review, which is spread across the week in five-minute segments. With Brexit, the general election and Trump all on the agenda, it will be a squeeze to fit in all the year's chaos.

Ammar Kalia, The Guardian, 16th December 2019

BAFTA TV Awards nominations

Derry Girls, Mum, Sally4Ever, Stath Lets Flats and Car Share are amongst the comedy-related nominations in the 2019 BAFTA TV Awards and BAFTA Craft Awards.

British Comedy Guide, 28th March 2019

Chortle Awards 2019 nominees

The nominees have been revealed for the 2019 Chortle Awards. Kiri Pritchard-McLean leads the lists, with four nominations.

British Comedy Guide, 26th February 2019

Comedy.co.uk Awards 2018 shortlist

The shortlisted TV and radio shows for the Comedy.co.uk 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

Review 2018: Top TV 2018

I don't know what it says about the times we are living in but comedy seems to have slipped into all sorts of programmes this year. I've kept my choices to more traditional comedies.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 24th December 2018

How much you enjoyed Philomena Cunk's history of Britain depends on how funny you find Diane Morgan's resting confused face. I find it hilarious. Her interviewees are kind of in on the joke but clearly briefed to take it as seriously as possible. They'll be mid-flow and she will cock her head and drain all the interest from her face. "What's the most political thing that's ever happened?" she asked Robert Peston, who did his best to answer with a straight face. Co-producer Charlie Brooker's fingerprints are everywhere in the way Morgan's vain, poorly informed, easily distracted Cunk operates within a ruthlessly satirical production, which sends up the tropes and clich├ęs of every dodgy documentary and history programme. She might not be the comic creation we need, but she is the one we deserve right now.

Ed Cumming, The Independent, 18th December 2018

ChuckleVision amongst I Talk Telly Awards 2018 winners

Derry Girls, Car Share, The Graham Norton Show, Diane Morgan, James Corden and Ricky Gervais are the comedy-related winners in the I Talk Telly Awards 2018. ChuckleVision was given the special recognition award.

British Comedy Guide, 9th December 2018