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Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights

Channel 4 sketch show / stand-up. 6 episodes (1 series) in 2010. Stars Frankie Boyle, Jim Muir, Tom Stade, Robert Florence, Thaila Zucchi, Funmbi Omotayo, Nathalie Sampson and others.

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TV humour is lewd, lavatorial & lacking any form of wit

The problem, however, is bigger than just one show. For the abject and high-profile failure of The Nightly Show raises a disturbing question. What has happened to British comedy? The sheer unfunniness of much of it is beyond depressing.

Christopher Hart, Daily Mail, 18th March 2017

Frankie Boyle sketches 'wouldn't broadcast if racist'

Channel 4 chief David Abraham defends Frankie Boyle's gags but admits the joke about Katie Price's son was wrong.

John Plunkett, The Guardian, 2nd November 2012

Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights: over the top nihilism

Comedian defends sketches from Channel 4 show in Mirror libel trial including jokes about Muslim women and immigration.

Josh Halliday, The Guardian, 16th October 2012

DVD review: Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights

The comedian's TV show is a mix of decent stand-up material and woeful sketches.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 15th November 2011

Frankie Boyle banks millions

Frankie Boyle has earned a hefty £2.5million fortune from his tasteless gags over the past year.

Nigel Pauley, Daily Star, 13th October 2011

Frankie Boyle cracks new joke about Katie Price's son

Katie Price yesterday branded controversial comic Frankie Boyle a "coward" after the funnyman again joked about her disabled eight-year-old son in a routine.

Ben Archibald, Daily Record, 25th September 2011

Frankie Boyle working on new series for Channel 4

Channel 4 have confirmed that they are developing a new series with Scottish comedian Frankie Boyle.

British Comedy Guide, 18th July 2011

Twitter users slate Frankie Boyle

Angry tweeters have demanded comedian Frankie Boyle apologise for comments he made about the model's son Harvey, after Katie Price: Standing Up For Harvey aired.

Rachel Tarley, Metro, 1st July 2011

Boyle runs scared from Katie Price over Harvey 'joke'

Frankie Boyle has chickened out of a showdown with furious Kate Price.

Katie Begley, Daily Star, 30th June 2011

Why won't C4 say sorry for Boyle's Katie Price joke?

Channel 4 has a reputation for pushing boundaries, but this vile jibe threatens its fine record on representing disability.

Maggie Brown, The Guardian, 17th June 2011