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You can see some of Britain's finest comedy talents for free at the recording of TV and radio shows - as well as getting a sneak peek at forthcoming programmes.

Tickets are now available for the following shows. Please note that you should apply for tickets by clicking the links in the copy (either in blue or underlined). Do not email Chortle – we have nothing to do with these recordings and will not respond to any emails about them.


Sara Pascoe: The Modern Monkey

A new series for BBC Radio 4 in which Sara Pascoe ill be exploring our modern social world though theories of evolutionary psychology and more. How does our past influence our modern lives and how come we can still get emotionally hijacked by our primitive emotions?

The show is being recorded at the RAF Museum in Hendon, the Freud Museum in Hampstead, North London, and the Foundling Museum in Central Lonon in November. Free audience tickets are available from the BBC ticket website.


The Last Leg

Host Adam Hills alongside with Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker provide alternative commentary on the past seven days, with celebrity guests and video reports.

The show is broadcast live from the The ITV London Studios near Waterloo on Fridays up to December 22, with doors opening at 8.15pm.

Free audience tickets are available from Standing Room Only


Not Going Out

Lee Mack's BBC One sitcom is back for a ninth series. It will be recorded at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire on November 24, December 1, 8, 15 and 22, and Jaunuary 12 and 19. Tickets are available from TVrecordings.com.


Jeremy Hardy Feels It

Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing. Jeremy Hardy returns for a new show where he engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views.

The show is a new format, with the audience invited to ask him questions.

Its being recorded at the RADA Studios, Central London, on Mondays December 4 and 11, and Friday December 15.

Free audience tickets are available from the BBC.


Simon Evans Goes To Market

Simon Evans uses his ‘jokenomics’ lens to examine four aspects of the modern economy that people find confusing and possibly, even, ever so slightly annoying, in this returning Radio 4 show.

With the help of economist Tim Harford and MoneyWeek's Merryn Somerset Webb, Simon will unpack the mystery surrounding the economics of healthcare, tax, philanthropy and the internet.

The show is being recorded at the BBC Radio Theatre in Broadcasting House, Central London, on November 29 and December 6. Free audience tickets are available from the BBC.


It's Not What You Know

Joe Lycett returns to host the Radio 4 panel show in which panellists nominate someone they think they know well to answer a series of questions. They then get points if they can match the answers their nominees gave.

The show is being recorded at the BBC Radio Theatre in Broadcasting House, Central London, on Sunday October 22 and Tuesday November 7 and 21. And at Up The Creek in Greenwich, South London, on October 31.

Free audience tickets are available from the BBC.


Published: 27 Jun 2006

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