- TOM ALLEN
- CHARLIE BAKER
- ANGELA BARNES
- ROB BECKETT
- DES BISHOP
- JO BRAND
- KEVIN BRIDGES
- MARCUS BRIGSTOCKE
- ALAN CARR
- NATHAN CATON
- ALEX COLLIER
- ALI COOK
- MARLON DAVIS
- JACK DEE
- NEIL DELAMERE
- JOEL DOMMETT
- SIMON EVANS
- DAVE FULTON
- JOHN GORDILLO
- IVO GRAHAM
- RICH HALL
- JEREMY HARDY
- ADAM HILLS
- PHIL JERROD
- PHILL JUPITUS
- RUSSELL KANE
- SHAPPI KHORSANDI
- JAKE LAMBERT
- OTIS LEE CRENSHAW
- SEAN LOCK
- TOM LUCY
- PAUL MCCAFFREY
- ALISTAIR MCGOWAN
- MICHAEL MCINTYRE
- DARA O BRIAIN
- HENRY PAKER
- ANDY PARSONS
- EMO PHILIPS
- AL PORTER
- ROMESH RANGANATHAN
- JON RICHARDSON
- ROWLAND RIVRON
- ANDY ROBINSON
- JONATHAN ROSS
- SUZI RUFFELL
- ANDREW RYAN
- ELLIOT STEEL
- MARK STEEL
- MATT TEDFORD
- SEANN WALSH
- GAVIN WEBSTER
- JOSH WIDDICOMBE
- MIKE WILMOT
IDRIS ELBA, SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH, LIV TYLER AND KEITH LEMON STOP BY THE JONATHAN ROSS SHOW THIS SATURDAY
Tune in to ITV this Saturday (28th November) at 10:45pm as Idris Elba, Sir David Attenborough, Liv Tyler and Keith Lemon stop by to chat with Jonathan Ross.
Don’t forget you can catch up on this episode after it has aired using ITV Player, and can find any earlier episodes this season to view as well.
OLLY MURS, GRACE JONES, ROB BECKETT, KELLIE BRIGHT, HELEN GEORGE, GEORGIA MAY FOOTE, ANITA RANI AND JAY MCGUINESS POP BY ALAN CARR: CHATTY MAN ON FRIDAY AT 10:00PM
Look out for Alan Carr: Chatty Man on Channel 4 Friday at 10:00pm as a whole host of guests pop by the sofa to chat with Alan.
Keep an eye out for the show appearing on All 4 after airing, as well as previous episodes to catch up on.
BBC Two has announced a brand new entertainment show called Insert Name Here, to be fronted by Sue Perkins.
The six-part comedy entertainment show will also feature team captains Richard Osman and Josh Widdicombe. Each episode is built around one particular name and the numerous people, past and present who have shared it.
Tune in this Monday (23rd November) at 9:00pm as Dara O Briain hosts Tomorrow’s World on BBC One, with Chris Bavin, Angela Hartnett and Shini Somara
Tomorrow’s Food shows viewers the fascinating future of food: from field, through to the aisles of the supermarket, to our dining tables.
Channel 4 will take The Last Leg boys well out of their comfort zone as they leave behind their live studio audience to travel into the wild and harsh terrain of the Australian Outback.
The award-winning gang have been sent to the wilderness of Australia for the ultimate extreme road trip. They will be guided through their adventures by Amar Latif, a charming and thrill seeking Scottish travel agent who also happens to be blind, and who decides to give them a difficult and dangerous road trip as far from their expectations as he can.
The first meeting of the Slacktivist Action Group took place on Monday 26th October with guests including Geraint Davies MP, Frances O'Grady (General Secretary of the TUC) and Ian Dunt (editor of Politics.co.uk), with the second happening on Monday 30th November with guests including David Hanson MP (Shadow Foreign Minister), Helen Lewis (assistant editor of the New Statesman.
Coming soon in the New Year are SNP MP Tommy Shepherd, The Guardian's Deborah Orr and Margaret Hodge MP.
Andy is currently on the road with the autumn leg of his 100+ date UK tour Live And Unleashed - But Naturally Cautious which will be recorded for DVD later this month at Margate's Theatre Royal built in 1787 and on record as the second oldest theatre in the country.
Off The Kerb Productions are proud to announce that Tom Allen has joined the stable.
Winner of both the So You Think You're Funny award at Edinburgh Festival, and the BBC New Comedy Awards, Tom started stand-up at the age of twenty-two, and has since honed his unique style of sharp, acerbic wit and camp, riotous storytelling by performing to audiences all over the UK and the world.
Tom is currently supporting Sarah Millican on her sold out UK tour.
'One of the funniest acts on the circuit..he has continued to storm every gig he does' - GQ Magazine
'Tom Allen, a great storyteller whose ability to provide riotous entertainment deserves to net him a wider audience...' - The Guardian
Al Porter Is Yours is the irreverent debut show from Ireland's newest comedy star. At twenty-two, Al falls in love twice daily, has 'completed' Tinder and is still a Mammy's boy! A Parish Secretary's son, Al was supposed to be a priest - until he slept with one and changed his mind. A socialite on a social welfare budget, Al has been on countless dates, gotten into debt and sued by a Presidential candidate all the while! In this candid hour he pours over the details of it all in his playful style that has been described as council-estate camp.
'A 21st century Frankie Howerd and a future star' - The Sunday Times
For full dates and ticket information please click here.
Comedy legends Jasper Carrott and Alistair McGowan split the bill and your sides with a night of comedy stand up and impressions. Drawing on their wealth of experience they present a show of pure laughter and entertainment that is not to be missed.
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IN OTHER NEWS
PHIL JERROD AND ROMESH RANGANATHAN WIN AT LEICESTER COMEDY FESTIVAL
Congratulations to Phil Jerrod and Romesh Ranganathan who won the Best New Act and Best New Show awards respectively at Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival last night.
Also nominated were Andrew Ryan for Best New Show and Elliot Steel for Best Debut.
Read more here.
ALAN CARR WINS BEST PRESENTER AT THE 2015 NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS
Congratulations to Alan Carr, who won the Best Chat Show Host at the National Television Awards this year.
Alan tours the country this year with his Yap, Yap, Yap show - details and tickets are available here.
Also keep an eye out for Alan Carr: Chatty Man which returns to Channel 4 this March.
ADAM HILLS SHOWS HIS SUPPORT FOR THE ROYAL FLYING DOCTOR SERVICE
Adam Hills made a surprise guest appearance at the Royal Flying Doctor Service – Friends in the UK event at the Imperial War Museum on the 13th November. Overall the evening managed to raise over £100,000 for the RFDS which provides vital twenty-for hour emergency cover, and clinical and preventative health services across 90% of Australia’s land mass to almost 300,000 rural and remote patients per year.