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Secrets of the autocomplete

The week’s best comedy on TV and radio

The week's best comedy on TV and radio.

Monday November 12

I’M SORRY I HAVEN’T A CLUE: The panel show returns for an incredible 70th series with Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer, Tony Hawks and John Finnemore being given silly thing to do by Jack Dee as Colin Sell is at the piano. Radio 4, 6.30pm

Tuesday November 13

WE ARE MOST AMUSED AND AMAZED: Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller reunited to host this show at the London Palladium to mark Prince Charles’s 70th birthday. Also appearing on the charity bill - and putting in their bids for OBEs, if they haven’t already got one - are Bill Bailey, Rowan Atkinson, Sandi Toksvig, Omid Djalili, Mischief Theatre and Alistair McGowan plus magicians Penn & Teller, Dynamo and The Ehrlich Brothers. ITV, 8pm

Thursday November 15

BEAT THE INTERNET WITH John Robins: The comic and commercial digital indie radio DJ hosts a new comedy quiz show where contestants try to finish sentences based on some of the internet’s most popular search terms. Fellow comic Sunil Patel acts as fact-master. Dave, 8pm

LIVE AT THE APOLLO: The stand-up showcase returns for a 14th series of seven episodes, kicking off with a pregnant Ellie Taylor, introducing a couple of comedy provocateurs: Tez Ilyas and Fin Taylor. BBC Two, 10pm

TEZ TALKS: And you can have a second serving of Mr Ilyas as his Radio 4 stand-up show returns for a third series of eight 15-minute episodes. Radio 4, 11pm

Saturday November 17

MICHAEL McINTYRE’S BIG SHOW: The comic returns for a new series of his entertainment show from the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, including This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby as the subject of Send To All. BBC One, 8.10pm

Published: 11 Nov 2018

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