JEREMY HARDY NEWS
Jeremy Hardy begins his fourth decade as a stand-up this year. That’s a more dramatic way of saying he started thirty-one years ago and, without a lottery win, probably has at least another thirty-one years to go. Last year, the tenth series of Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation was broadcast on Radio 4.
Jeremy Hardy has been a stand-up comic since 1984 and will be one until he dies or wins the lottery.
Jeremy is best known for his work on Radio 4, notably on News Quiz, I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue and Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation. In 2010 he published a book, My Family and Other Strangers, chronicling his desperate search for interesting ancestors.
'In an ideal world, Jeremy Hardy would be extremely famous, but an ideal world would leave him without most of his best material' - The Guardian
'A comic genius' - Sandi Toksvig
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Jeremy’s perhaps best remembered as a much younger man, but there is nothing he can do about that now. Still alive and able to speak unaided for lengthy periods, this show will be not so much be a one-man show as an under-staffed cavalcade.
Jeremy Hardy is one of the UK’s foremost and respected stand-up comedians. His live work has included Just 4 Laughs, (Montreal Comedy Festival), the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where he won the prestigious Perrier Award and numerous sell out tours of the UK and Ireland.
Jeremy is now an essential member of BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz and is a regular guest on I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue and Just a Minute.
‘Comedians often get stuck looking for new material, but only Jeremy would get himself shot at… well done’ – Mark Steel
‘Hilarious, detailed, gently self-depreciating act from a stand-up comic in complete control’ – The Independent