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Russell Howard's Good News

BBC Two and BBC Three stand-up hosted by Russell Howard. 97 episodes (10 series), 2009 - 2015. Stars Russell Howard.

Series 2, Episode 4 is repeated on Comedy Central tomorrow at 12am.

Series 9, Episode 5

Russell looks at landing a probe on a comet, Kim Kardashian's attempt to break the internet and a loose tiger in Paris.

Broadcast details

Date
Thursday 20th November 2014
Time
10pm
Channel
BBC Two
Length
30 minutes

Repeats

  1. Monday 6th April 2020 at 9:00pm on Comedy Central

Cast & crew

Regular cast
Russell Howard Host / Presenter
Guest cast
Benjamin Zephaniah Guest
Simon Hibbs Ensemble Actor
Writing team
Russell Howard Writer
Steve Williams Writer
Steve Hall Writer
Marc Blakewill Writer (Additional Material)
James Harris Writer (Additional Material)
Dale Shaw Writer (Additional Material)
Gareth Richards Writer (Additional Material)
Adam Hess Writer (Additional Material)
Karl Minns Writer (Additional Material)
Sarah Sumeray Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Peter Orton Director
Robyn O'Brien Series Producer
Dan Atkinson Producer
Jason Dawson Producer
Jon Thoday Executive Producer
Richard Allen-Turner Executive Producer
James Taylor Executive Producer
Ed Sleeman Executive Producer
Perry Widdowson Editor
Joe Snell Editor
Duncan O'Neill Editor
Duncan Hart Editor
James Dillon Production Designer

Video

Tiger on the run!

What do you do if you come across a tiger? Speak German of course!

Featuring: Russell Howard.

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