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The Last Leg. Image shows from L to R: Alex Brooker, Josh Widdicombe, Adam Hills. Copyright: Open Mike Productions.

The Last Leg

Channel 4 chat show where three guys with four legs discuss last week. 80 episodes (8 series), 2012 - 2016. Stars Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker.

Returns Wednesday 7th September. Episode Guide

Press Clippings

The Last Leg to broadcast daily from 2016 Paralympics

Channel 4 has confirmed that topical comedy show The Last Leg will be heading to the Rio 2016 Paralympics, with the team set to broadcast live shows daily in a prime-time slot.

British Comedy Guide, 14th July 2016

Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker continue their eighth series. Last week they had their plates overflowing, after the EU referendum result, so this week's instalment will doubtless be dealing with the fallout/relief, depending on how our nation of economic experts has decided to determine our collective future. Additionally, viewers can get stuff off their chests using the #isitok hashtag too, always something of an added bonus.

Ben Arnold, The Guardian, 1st July 2016

It's probably not bet-hedging to suggest the last leggers lean more towards Team Remain, given the EU's anti-discrimination law for people with disabilities, and the sort of European social funding that last year saw 87,000 British disabled people helped towards employment. So now the EU referendum vote has been decisively cast, what will hosts Adam Hills, Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe - and a special guest - make of it all?

Ali Catterall, The Guardian, 24th June 2016

Corbyn drives party potty with TV comedy sketch

Jeremy Corbyn has angered colleagues by donning a dinner jacket and a fake fur coat for a television comedy programme in which the Labour leader said he was only "7 to 7½" out of 10 in favour of staying in the European Union.

James Lyons, The Sunday Times, 12th June 2016

Corbyn's Last Leg appearance impresses (most) viewers

Jeremy Corbyn's appearance on Channel 4's The Last Leg on Friday night sent Twitter into a meltdown.

Ben Dowell, The Radio Times, 11th June 2016

5 talking points from Corbyn's appearance on Last Leg

Five talking points as Labour's Jeremy Corbyn appears on show.

Isabel Mohan, The Daily Telegraph, 11th June 2016

The self-proclaimed "three guys with four legs" are back with a new series - and a special guest interviewee in the shape of Jeremy Corbyn. As with Nick Clegg last year, will Alex Brooker be reaching for his "Bullshit" buzzer much - or will Josh Widdicombe be chiming in with his own "That's true, actually" button? Given the government's record on disability issues, the leader of the opposition is almost certainly among friends here.

Ali Catterall, The Guardian, 10th June 2016

Adam Hills: hail the superhumans at Rio Paralympics

With the Rio 2016 Paralympics upcoming, comedian Adam Hills says that disabled people are now saving the day.

The Big Issue, 14th April 2016

Adam Hills: cuts makes disabled look like scroungers

The Last Leg presenter Adam Hills has criticised the chancellor's disability allowance cuts saying they make "the disabled look like scroungers".

BBC Newsbeat, 17th March 2016

Catastrophe, Car Share and Chewing Gum lead RTS Awards 2016

Catastrophe, Car Share and Chewing Gum lead the comedy titles in the nominations for the 2016 Royal Television Society Awards.

British Comedy Guide, 3rd March 2016

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