The British Comedy Awards had a distinctly Irish feel last night as Moon Boy, Graham Norton, Brendan O’Carroll and Aisling Bea all scooped awards. Meanwhile Jack Whitehall was crowned ‘king of comedy’ for the third successive year based on a public vote, prompting Stewart Lee to shout: ‘Shame!’ at the stage. But Whitehall was among many of the comedians not at the event to collect a prize.

London’s Up The Creek comedy club is to expand.

Curb Your Enthusiasm is unlikely to return, Larry David says.

SANDI TOKSVIG is to guest host I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue as it goes on tour.

Kevin Bridges was the most popular comedy act of 2014, according to Ticketmaster.

Bill Cosby will not be charged over allegations he molested a 15-year-old girl in 1974.

Scottish comedy show Burnistoun is returning – for a live show.

Fred Macaulay is to be axed from his BBC Radio Scotland slot after 17 years on air.

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