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BUXTON VS THE KILLING

Adam Buxton does it yet again, this time revealing that The Killing is just a bunch of gobbledigook!

TOP 3 SHOWS OF 2012

In these freezing temperatures and dark nights, it might seem like a distant memory to think back to the summer and remember how we became obsessed with the Olympics and Paralympics. From dancing… Continue reading

CHRISTMAS TELLYBOBS

I can usually call it a successful Christmas if, by 6 o’clock, I am slumped in a turkey haze, picking at a Chocolate Orange, gawking over a new gadget and, finally, weeping merrily… Continue reading

JIMMY FALLON – The Boy Next Door

He made his mark as the shiny faced giggler with a thousand impressions on Saturday Night Live but now he’s a suit and tie man. He’s become the TV holy grail – a late night talk show… Continue reading

RADIO ROUNDUP – DANNY BAKER

The radio has had its fair share of bust ups. That small studio, the invisible suits breathing down your neck to play Skrillex, the newsreader you just can’t stand; it’s a pressure cooker… Continue reading

REVIEW: PAPPY’S

***** The Stand, Edinburgh Sketch comedy is a tricky mistress. Get it wrong and you could be stuck in a grotty room above a pub trying to convince seven angry punters that your… Continue reading

REVIEW: GIRLS

This year the star and writer of Girls, Lena Dunham, has been littered with award nominations and various accolades. This month she signed a lucrative, and much discussed, book deal rumoured to be… Continue reading

RADIO ROUNDUP

Podcasts are the underrated second cousin of the radio, the relative that you don’t speak to that often but when you actually listen, they sometime speak a lot of sense. These bite-size chunks… Continue reading

INTERVIEW: ALEX HORNE

We talk to the gentleman of comedy, Alex Horne, about beards, Woody Allen and  the dangers of being friends (or colleagues!) with Tim Key… You’ve just come back from the Fringe with The Horne Section, what… Continue reading