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Chortle Digest
Chortle Digest
No 540, March 30, 2012
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Welcome to your weekly round-up of comedy news courtesy of Chortle.co.uk. As always, for more  plus listings of more than 4,500 forthcoming comedy events - check the website.

Features
Rick Gervais talks about his new show Derek >> And we take a sneak peek >>

A report from the Altitude festival up in the Austrian Alps >>


News
Milton JonesMilton Jones has been nominated for a Sony Radio award just minutes after Chortle revealed that Radio 4 decided to axe the show.  >>

Armando Iannucci is writing his debut novel, a satirical fantasy about a for-profit language. >>

Yes, Prime Minister is returning to TV for its first new series in 24 years. >>

A sequel to Anchorman is going to be made, Will Ferrell has announced. >>

Jason Manford is set to film a new ITV sitcom about a family of nudists. >>

Sky Atlantic has commissioned a comedy chat show from American Jewish matriarchs Ronna & Beverly.  >>

...And Adam Buxton's cult video show Bug. >>

Video
New videos from Adam Buxton, The Dictator, Matt Crosby, Sarah Millican and an animated Dara O Briain,

 Click here to watch all videos.

Opinion
In Correspondents, the section you write:

What I've learned as a promoter >>

Who's funnier: Bugs or Daffy? >>

On the great 'free shows' rift at the Edinburgh Fringe >>

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Reviews
  A couple of shows from the Glasgow International Comedy Festival:

Aberdeen vs Glasgow vs The World >>

Glasgow Comedy Festival: Davey Connor   >>

And the book The Edinburgh Fringe Survival Guide >>



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