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Newsleak – Apologies for the Interference

March 24, 2013 |

Dave Storrey is back to present an all new episode of News Leak. This week’s scoops includea Cypriat with a possible perfect solution to the scandal whilst we also provide our very own budget calculator. Talking of advice. Gordon Bleu as some savvy advice for the Cafe Too Lait restaurant whilst Ray Tings gives us the low down of the best of this week’s TV.

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March 19, 2013 |

It’s another week of t’Nowt to do Wi’ Owt Show and it’s time to all join in with the agricultural singalong using the lovely illustrated lyric sheet provided below. Read More


March 19, 2013 |

Given the UK’s affluent back catalogue of sketch comedies ranging from the great Monty Python through to Morecambe and Wise and, more recently, Little Britain it was only a question of time before someone decided it was time to rediscover said talent. Two such fellows, Adam Dahrouge and Ofer Yatziv, have done just that with London set to play host to the very first Sketchfest from May 24 to May 26, 2013. Read More

Retweet After Me – Traffic Police to Fashion Police

March 18, 2013 |

This weekend Twitter saw some ‘hard hitting’ traffic news provided by none other than police sargeant turned stand-up comedian Alfie Moore. Friday saw 24 hours of non-stop comedy in the form of Red Nose Day with HRH The Queen looking the most eager to raise money for charity. Other comedy was also provided with the fashion police putting in an appearance at the Vatican.

Here’s who and what made us laugh in 140 characters or less this weekend:



You can follow us on Twitter @comedychords which is the account we’ll be using to follow our followers to choose our favourite tweets each and every weekend.

Stewart Francis: Sitcoms, Chat Shows and Crackerjack Cameos

March 15, 2013 |

Stewart Francis has been all over the news lately regarding a new sitcom he is writing so naturally this was out next question for him. He is quietly optimistic and can see it in his mind’s eye on the television. For him, the hardest task involves getting a production company into the picture simply given the sheer quantity of scripts they have to sift through before picking up the ones they think will be a hit although he does imply that some higher profile comedians can cut out the middleman. Read More

The Green Room With Phil Butler

March 15, 2013 |

Phil Butler joined the the UK comedy circuit in 2001 and can now be found closing shows at many major comedy clubs such as ‘The Comedy Club’, ‘The Glee Club’, ‘Jongleurs Comedy Clubs’, and ‘The Banana Comedy Club’. He has also had the great honour of performing in front of the British troops in Iraq and more recently in Afghanistan. Read More

Vic and Bob’s House of Fools Sitcom Details Unleashed

March 15, 2013 |

Details of the new sitcom, Vic and Bob’s House of Fools, starring Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer have been unleashed on the ‘Be In The Audience’ section of the BBC’s website. Stars of highly popular shows such as Bang Bang, Catterick and of course, the beloved comedy panel show Shooting Stars, which was controversially booted from BBC 2 in 2011, the duo now reunite to provide an insight into their lives off the telly. (Note that this pilot show is being recorded on a not for broadcast basis). Read More

Loretta Maine Interview – “DarK hUmOR WoRkS foR BriTs anD EskIMoS”

March 14, 2013 |

Loretta Maine won ‘most’ of our hearts last Christmas as she captivated us with her duet Happy Goddamn Christmas with Matt Roper. Fresh from a plethora of dates across the comedy clubs of Britain, Loretta now brings her new songs, new tales and new pain to the Soho Theatre, London until the 16th of March. Featuring tracks like “These Ain’t My Tits” and the world famous “Chicken Shop” what more do you need to know to be enticed into grabbing a ticket. We managed to have a chat with her to find out if she really does know that much about chicken and if she’s ready to tackle a surfboard at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival…

Why did you decide to pick up and move over here? Was it hard breaking into the US entertainment industry?

NoOnE wOUld LiSteN To ME OVEr TheRe! I couLdn’T BelieVE iT. I aM aMAzinG! aLso mY TheraPisT saiD iT wouLd bE goOd tO moVe soMEwheRe wiTh tighTer GuN coNTrOL.

I hear you feel much more at home in the UK because we like our dark stuff. Why do you think Brits get off on all this dismay?

BecauSe ThE sUn doEsn’T ShiNe HerE. DarK  hUmOR WoRkS foR BriTs anD EskIMoS. ArE yOu aLLoWeD tO caLL thEm thaT? AlSo BriTisH PeoPlE HaTe TheMseLVeS So AnyOne WhO HateS theMselVes MoRE ThaN theM iS Ok BY theM.

What inspires the lyrics to your songs? I have read that Eastenders plots play a very important role.

PaiN, driNk anD MasOOd. I LoVE MasOOd. HoW coULd ZaInAB LEaVe HiM? ShE MusT havE goT a ParT iN a PlaY oR SomEthING.

Last December you released the song Happy Goddamn Christmas with a good friend of ours Matt Roper. It got right up to number 6 on the iTunes UK Comedy Charts. How did you meet Matt and are you as infatuated with him in real life as you appear in the video?

LeT’S gEt OnE thINg StraIGhT, MATt RoPEr Is a CliT TeasE. He waS aLL LikE “If We makE THis VidEo wE caN TotaLLy hoOk uP afTEr” anD theN foR Some REasON He moVEd To IndiA. I seEm tO havE thaT affEcT On MEn. My LasT BoyFriEnd MovEd to HeavEn.

This leads me to my next question. Could I ask you why Matt issued a restraining order against you?

HeY If My preSEncE Is FrightEninG to HiM aT 2aM ouTsiDE HIs WinDOW theN thaT is His proBLEM noT MinE

So you’re performing in London, followed up by a trip down under to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. What can people expect from your show compared to your Fringe show?

A BeTTeR screEn foR ProjEctIONs anD a ShoRteR skiRt.

So you’re heading over to Melbourne too. I imagine you’ll be pleased to hear that Chardonnay comes from that part of the world.

I lOvE CharDoNNay. The YeLLoWeR thE BetTeR.

Also, have you ever been surfing? Your music certainly has has an edge of surfer sound… for the surfer girls, obviously…

NoPE. I WouLD RaTHEr bE thE GirL iN thE biG haT WhinINg abOUt WhY We havE to Go To ThE BEaCh anYwaY.

And what do you want audiences to walk away with when they leave your shows?

BleEdinG earDrumS, a WaRm soUl anD thaT feeLinG of “WeLL aT LeasT I’m nOT aS fUCkED uP as HeR”

You recently wrote some rather unique health tips to help us live longer for Spoonfed. First question regarding that. What makes Pimms a superior nightcap to a hot chocolate or Horlicks?

It waRmS thE CoCKlEs aND knoCKS yOU RighT Out. And YoU havE to BruSh your TeEtH aFteR thE OthEr tWo.

The other point you were strong about is that chicken is the best source of protein and you have been heard saying that you know the names of all the chicken shops in the UK. The recent horsegate scandal must have shocked you to say the least and what actions have you taken to ensure your chicken cravings are put to rest with 100% chicken?

I mEaN,  THis qUEStiON ShOwS YoUR NAiviTy wHEn It coMEs To FrieD ChicKEn. aNy SelF-REspEcTiNG ChiCKEn eaTEr iS awaRe thaT iT iS RaRElY 100% puRe ChICkEN. I oNCe FoUnD a BiT oF PiGEoN iN My 1.99 BoX oF FuN. If YoU baTtEr It, IT tasTEs GoOd WhatEvEr the BeasT

One final question I’m sure many have wondered for quite some time. Is Pimms to blame for your typing method or is it down to something else?

WHaT TyPINg MEthOd? WhaT yOU chaTTinG aBouT? JEeZ. JouRnaLIStS

You can catch Loretta’s hour of amazing sexy woe by getting your tickets here. We’ll be chatting to her again soon to find out all about her adventures at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Russell Howard’s Good News Returns to BBC Three

March 13, 2013 |

Russell Howard’s Good News gets ready to make a welcome return to TV screens on Thursday April 25. Read More

The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast With Stuart Goldsmith. Episode 32: Carl Donnelly

March 13, 2013 |

We are overjoyed to be able to share with you Stuart Goldsmith‘s Chortle Award Nominated ‘The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast!’ Read More