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.
Gentle sitcom about female MP Jean Price entering Parliament for the first time, doing her best to stick to her principles without any compromise.
Satirical political sitcom. Number 10's foul-mouthed policy enforcer Malcolm Tucker rules the Government's PR team with an iron fist.
Satirical radio sitcom about backbench MP Duncan Stonebridge (played by James Fleet), written and recorded the day before transmission.
Meet masters of spin Charles Prentiss and Martin McCabe, the morally corrupt owners of Prentiss McCabe Government-Media Relations Consultancy.
The US President and the UK Prime Minister fancy going to war - but this one will be quick. Looks like Malcolm Tucker is in the thick of it again.
Groundbreaking, long-running and hugely popular satirical sketch show with a cast of grotesque latex puppets.
A satirical comedy series from former Spitting Image lead writer Henry Naylor. The characters are animated using ground-breaking 3D CGI.
Welcome to the offices of London-based Public Relations firm Prentiss McCabe and its bosses - amoral Charles Prentiss and worldly wise Martin McCabe.
Radio adaptation of the satirical sitcom about the "rise" of Jim Hacker MP and his not-so-civil servant Sir Humphrey Appleby.
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.
Satrical sitcom about the bungling civil servants at the General Assistance Department.
Following the misadventures of never-was-been Richie Rich, his drunken minder Eddie Catflap, and agent Ralph Filthy as they strive to get him on TV.
Richie Richard and Eddie Hitler are a pair of disgusting, anti-social and regularly violent losers who share a grubby flat in Hammersmith.
George Vance, custodian of an agricultural museum near Aylesbury, receives news that is about to change his life. He is to become an Earl.
Whilst walking around the East End, TV repairman Gary Sparrow is transported back to 1940 where he begins to live a second life.
A web series following spoof Conservative MP Ian Bowler as Britain prepares to leave the EU.
A sitcom spin-off from The New Statesman, focusing on the business dealings of Alan B'Stard's son Arron.
Two MPs of opposing parties are obliged to share an office at the House of Commons.