Interviews with the top comedians.
Tue 14 February 2017
'It's hard changing things up ever single week'
Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith on the return of Inside No 9
14/02/2017 … It could be the biggest surprise yet for the masters of the shock twist.
Thu 09 February 2017
'Maybe I'd be a better person if I could live more in the moment'
Jon Richardson on his many fears
09/02/2017 … Jon Richardson is to present a new Channel 4 show entitled How to Survive the End of the World along with his wife, Lucy Beaumont.
Wed 08 February 2017
'We don't look for filth, filth finds us'
Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney on the return of Catastrophe
08/02/2017 … It’s perhaps with some hyperbole that Channel 4’s comedy chief Phil Clarke speaks of Catastrophe being an epoch-defining sitcom.
Mon 06 February 2017
'Cliches about travel are easy to avoid'
Tom Basden on writing Gap Year
06/02/2017 … Can you tell us a bit about the show? The show is about travel in essence, it’s about people escaping from something at home or people going out and hoping that by travelling and seeing the world they will learn something about themselves, they’ll improve their lives and find answers to some questions, or even find out what the questions that they should be asking are.
Tue 31 January 2017
'These outfits make you look like you’ve got a beer belly and no willy'
Mark Dolan on tackling The Jump
31/01/2017 … Why did you sign up to The Jump? This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Mon 19 December 2016
'It's hard not to laugh, you almost have to stuff a sock in your mouth'
Vicki Pepperdine on The Windsors
19/12/2016 … Vicki Pepperdine plays Princess Anne in the two-part Christmas special of Channel 4’s The Windsors.
Tue 29 November 2016
'I have occasionally farted on stage...'
Interview with Sarah Millican
29/11/2016 … That was one hell of a tour… It certainly was.
Tue 22 November 2016
'With stand-up, you’re talking at people; with documentaries you’re talking with people'
Ardal O'Hanlon on his new travel show
22/11/2016 … In a new More 4 travel series, Ireland With Ardal O’Hanlon, the comedian uses a series of Victorian guidebooks written by Mr & Mrs S C Hall as the basis for a tour of his native country.