Making History at the Baftas... | A tight 5: November 25

Making History at the Baftas...

A tight 5: November 25

HORRIBLE HISTORIES was named best comedy at the Children's Baftas in London on Sunday night - becoming the first show to win four consecutive Baftas.

MEANWHILE, Citizen Khan star Adil Ray won best performance in a comedy in the Royal Television North West Award.

THE DOCUMENTARY Morecambe and Wise: The True Story, attracted 1.9 million viewers to BBC Two last night - well above the 1.5million average for the slot and despite begin scheduled against I'm A Celebrity. According to data from Attentional, and reported by Broadcast, almost 60 per cent of the audience were aged over 60

BARRY CRYER will be switching on the Christmas Christmas lights in his Hatch End, Middlesex, where he has lived for 45 years,on December 6.

ENTRIES have opened for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival's RAW competition, Australia's biggest hunt for new stand-up talent. Last year's national champion, Demi Lardner, went on to be one of the joint winners of So You Think You're Funny at the Edinburgh Fringe. You must be a permanent resident of Australia to apply. Entry details

Published: 25 Nov 2013

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