Political satire. A self-serving Conservative minister "crosses the floor" to join the opposition Labour Party.
Sitcom set at GlobeLink News, a TV news station which is ordered to start taking a sensationalist stance to the news by its new owner.
Topical sitcom filmed during the 2015 election campaign. Created by the team behind Drop The Dead Donkey.
Satire on the phone-hacking scandal set at a fictional newspaper where "any means necessary" doesn't begin to cover it.
Sitcom parody of 1980s Conservatism. Tory MP Alan B'Stard holds the largest majority in the House: his interests are money, power, sex, and himself.
Political satire in which well-meaning MP Jim Hacker has a fast introduction to the world of Whitehall and must then struggle against the Civil Service.
Jim Hacker finds himself suddenly promoted to the position of Prime Minister. Perhaps unfortunately, Sir Humphrey Appleby and Bernard Wooley accompany him upwards.
Radio adaptation of the satirical sitcom about the "rise" of Jim Hacker MP and his not-so-civil servant Sir Humphrey Appleby.
Satirical political sitcom. Number 10's foul-mouthed policy enforcer Malcolm Tucker rules the Government's PR team with an iron fist.
Biting newspaper satire by Andrew Marshall and David Renwick, set in the offices of the once high-brow, now populist tabloid, Daily Crucible.
A web series following spoof Conservative MP Ian Bowler as Britain prepares to leave the EU.
Satire of Thatcherite privatisations, focussing on the prison system.
When the former Lord Chancellor finds himself in need of money he writes an explosive autobiography and threatens to sell it to the tabloids.