Monday, April 19, 2010

time constraints

due to work and university the website will not be updated over the next month. Once final university papers are handed in then the comedy can begin again.

regards
Gav.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Scotch Whisky Commercial HAKA Kilts



being born in new zealand, living in Scotland I love this ad!

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Friday, April 16, 2010

Armstrong and Miller - When You're Gay



A celebration of alternative culture from Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller in their guise as a music hall act of long ago. I like a song to finish off the week. Enjoy.

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Thursday, April 15, 2010

Lenny Henry Show - Tanya's going to Jamaica



Wonderfully funny monologue from the brilliant Gina Yashere, as Tanya on the Lenny Henry Show. Tanya is buying supplies for her forthcoming trip to Jamaica to visit her grandparents.

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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Harry Enfield - Look Listen and Take Heed - Women Keep Your Virtue



Harry Enfield is back with another useful public information film. A yeasteryear Bridget Jones, our heroine learns to be wary of spunky chaps who wear their hats at jaunty angles, and to strike toothless foreign types savagely into the dirt. Paul Whitehouse helps with this useful lesson for all lasses aged twenty-one or over.

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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Mock The Week - Unlikely Greetings Cards



Dara O'Briain presides as Russell Howard, Frankie Boyle, Andy Parsons, Hugh Dennis, Greg Proops and Fred Macaulay try to think of inappropriate wording for greetings cards. The usual non-pc humour from Mock the Week.

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Monday, April 12, 2010

Have I Got News For You - Chips



Paul Merton and guest host Bill Bailey spar as Paul and his team mate Reginald D Hunter try to work out which is the odd one out. Classic Have I Got News For You.

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Friday, April 9, 2010

Dan and Dan - The Daily Mail Song



Fantastic song by Dan and Dan about the reactionary british newspaper The Daily Mail. 'It's absolutely true 'cause I read it in the Daily Mail...'

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Thursday, April 8, 2010

French and Saunders - Harry Potter spoof



Dawn French is Harry Potter and Jennifer Saunders is J.K. Rowling in this Comic Relief spoof from 2003. Ronnie Corbett and Basil Brush co-star, along with the likes of Jeremy Irons and Alison Steadman.

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Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Hungry Beast - Ep 19 - Canberra: The Musical



Canberra really does need a musical. For Helen and Mal, why is this road here?

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Ruddy Hell It's Harry and Paul - I Saw you Coming



Harry Enfield stars in this fantastic sketch about pretentious Londoners. I saw you coming...

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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

David Letterman and Robin Williams



David Letterman interviews Robing Williams on The Late Show. Robin had some interesting views on Australia and it's inhabitants.

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Monday, April 5, 2010

The Chaser's War on Everything - Buckingham Palace



One of my favourite Chaser clips. Starting out with vox pops (in which they humiliate the English for a change and not the Americans) they soon move to Buckingham Palace and pretend the Queen is hiring out rooms to raise money due to the recession. I think the cop handles the situation wonderfully - I wish all policemen were like that! If you've seen this show before you'll know how fearless they are, even if confronted by the law. Top satire.

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Friday, April 2, 2010

Bananarama and French & Saunders - Help



With all the charity stuff going on last month, it got me thinking about great charity music of the past. This offering from 1989's Comic Relief team, has the legendary 1980's girl group Bananarama sing the Beatles classic 'Help' with Dawn French, Jennifer Saunders and Kathy Burke (or LaNaNeeNeeNooNoo, as they're known collectively here.) Ah the memories...

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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Dead ringers - Tony Blair turns into Doctor Who



With an election just around the corner, Jon Culshaw of Dead Ringers is here to remind us that however bad Gordon Brown is, his predecessor Tony Blair wasn't too great either. And there's a special appearance from Doctor Who himself, David Tennant.

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