Baby Cow born on the net

Coogan's company launches website

Steve Coogan's production house has launched its own website.

The Baby Cow site gives the low-down on projects in development, as well as information on projects already completed such as Human Remains, The Sketch Show and 24 Hour Party People.

It also gives details on how to submit programme ideas or sketches to the Brighton-based company, which Coogan formed in 1999 with writer Henry Normal and named after his earliest creation, Pauline Calf.

Baby Cow has just completed Brain Candy, a fast-cut stand-up show featuring the talents of 42 up-and-coming comics and is working on Nebulous - a futuristic comedy co-written by The League Of Gentlemen's Mark Gatiss; I Am Not An Animal, an animation written by Peter Baynham; and a spin-off from the acclaimed Marion and Geoff.

Henry Normal said: "This is an exciting first stage for Baby Cow in exploring the potential of the web. We are looking to build the site further in line with our television creativity and are always on the look-out for new ideas."

The launch comes in the same week that the BBC unveiled its site to Coogan's most famous creation, Alan Partridge.


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Published: 10 Jul 2002

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