Sex And The City... what happened next? | The best of the week's comedy on TV and radio

Sex And The City... what happened next?

The best of the week's comedy on TV and radio

Here’s our pick of the best comedy programmes on TV, radio and on-demand this week:

Monday December 6

TWO DOORS DOWN: The first of three new episodes of the hit comedy revolves around Ian and Gordon’s anniversary. The ensemble cast includes Arabella Weir, Alex Norton, Jamie Quinn, Kieran Hodgson, Elaine C Smith as Christine, Doon Mackichan and Jonathan Watson. BBC Two, 10pm

RICHARD OSMAN’S HOUSE OF GAMES: It’s a champions special this week as former winners are pitched against each other. Sally Phillips and Vikki Stone represent the world of comedy against DJ Rickie Haywood-Williams and presenter Dan Walker. BBC Two, 6.30pm

Tuesday December 7

LIVE FROM ABERYSTWYTH PIER: Kiri Pritchard-McLean introduces stand-up from Tadiwa Mahlunge, Yuriko Kotani, Cerys Bradley and Jessica Fostekew. BBC One Wales, 10:35pm

 NICOLE BYER: BIG BEAUTIFUL WEIRDO: The first Netflix special for the US comedian best known as host of the steamer’s comic baking show Nailed It drops today. In it, she promises to discuss 'how she basically is a vegan (she's just doing her part), what she's looking for in a man, and just how crazy this past year-and-a-half has been'.

Wednesday December 8

LIVE AT THE APOLLO: Tonight Agela Barnes introduces Sarah Keyworth and Tim RenkowBC Two, 10pm

MARK STEEL’S IN TOWN: This week the comedian visits the east London suburb, taking a look at its chi chi village, 'Europe's longest market' and the controversy over the 'mini Holland' plan to prioritise cycling. Radio 4, 6.30pm.

COMEDIANS GIVING LECTURES: Sara Pascoe introduces Chris McCausland on ‘How I Define Beauty’, Sophie Duker on ‘Stop Caring What Other People Think’ and Ellie Taylor on ‘Your Body Language May Shape Who You Are’.Dave, 9pm

Thursday December 9

AND JUST LIKE THAT…: Long awaited by fans, this new series picks up on what happened to Sex And the City’s thirtysomethings Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte into their 50s. Sky Comedy, 9pm

Friday December 10

HAVE I GOT NEWS FOR YOU: Labour MP Jess Phillips hosts with Jon Richardson and celebrity mathematician Hannah Fry as the guests.

BBC One, 9.30pm THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW: Guests include Jack Whitehall talking about his starring role in the new family film Clifford The Big Red Dog. BBC One, 10.35pm

Published: 5 Dec 2021

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