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Jayde Adams snoops around the neighbourhood

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

Here’s our pick of the funniest programmes on TV, radio and on demand in what's a pretty thin week for new comedy..

Sunday June 26

TOM BALLARD: SOLASTALGIA Recorded in the comedian’s hometown of Melbourne, Solastalgia is Ballard’s ‘terrified, emotional and hilarious response’ to the climate crisis - what it means, how it makes us feel, what if anything we can do about it, and whether any of it is funny. He’ll even explain what Solastalgia means. BBC Radio 4, 7.15pm

Tuesday June 28

ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING:  The hit comedy crime drama Martin Short, Steve Martin and Selena Gomez is returning for its second season on Disney +, with Cara Delevigne and Michael Rapaport joining the cast for the new run.

LIVE AT THE APOLLO: Season 16 of the stand-up showcase arrives on Dave, kicking off with this episode featuring Sophie Duker, Chris McCausland and Emmanuel Sonubi. Dave, 10pm

THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH James Corden: The show returns to London for four special episodes, starting tonight.

Wednesday June 29

HYPOTHETICAL: This week, Ross Noble, Lou Sanders, Angela Barnes and Sunil Patel join James Acaster and Josh Widdicombe to ponder some theoretical quandaries. Dave, 10pm

WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBOURHOOD: In this new series, Jayde Adams, pictured, and guests dive into the feisty world of community apps and local message boards, sifting through the angry neighbourhood bins in search of disgruntled comedy gold. BBC Radio 4, 11.15pm

Friday July 1

BROADWAY DANNY ROSE:  Woody Allen's 1984 classic about a hapless theatrical agent arrives on Amazon's Prime Video today.

Published: 26 Jun 2022

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