30/04/2012 … Has there ever been a golden age of British sitcom? Perhaps it’s time the whole idea was laid to rest.
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Mon 30 April 2012
30/04/2012 … Maybe I’m biased but I feel like I grew up through the golden age of the British sitcom.
Thu 26 April 2012
26/04/2012 … Tell us a little bit about your new Radio 4 sitcom, Births, Deaths & Marriages The sitcom is set in a register office.
Tue 24 April 2012
24/04/2012 … Richard Herring and Stewart Lee funded the release of Nineties BBC comedy show Fist Of Fun with their own money, buying the rights from the BBC and financing their…
Wed 18 April 2012
18/04/2012 … Father Ted was oddly flat.
Tue 17 April 2012
17/04/2012 … I like to think of it as a charity, at least that’s why BBC Three still exists I presume; something to keep the kids from rioting.
Mon 16 April 2012
16/04/2012 … ‘We’re just not sure it’s original enough.
Sat 14 April 2012
14/04/2012 … Oh dear.