Best Sketch Show. Sharon Horgan plays Jane Austen & Frida Kahlo. Winners announced 12th 9pm on C4.
Comedy actor currently starring in Chickens on Sky1. Check out his brand new reel.
Best Sitcom. Starring Mathew Horne and Sarah Solemani. Winners announced 12th December 9pm on C4.
British Comedy Awards. Winners announced 12th December 9pm on C4.
Best New Comedy Programme & Best Sitcom starring Rory Kinnear. Winners announced 12th December 9pm on C4.
Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist for his role in Chickens. Winners announced 12th December 9pm on C4.
Best Male TV Comic for Would I Lie To You? and Best TV Comedy Actor for Peep Show. Winners announced 12th December 9pm on C4.
Best Male TV Comic for A League Of Their Own & Best Panel Show. Winners announced 12th December 9pm on C4.
The Best of the Sarah Millican Television Programme. Thursday 12th 10pm on BBC2.
Two part crime drama. Rupert plays Dominic Elwes. Starts Wednesday 11th 9pm on ITV1.
Two part crime drama starring Rory as Lord Lucan. Starts Wednesday 11th 9pm on ITV1.
Northern Irish actress Niamh plays Mary-Claire Carter. Tuesday 8pm on BBC1.
Action triller movie. Olivia plays Rachel. Saturday 10pm on C4.
Second episode in this 5 part mini series. Paul plays Samuel. Saturday 9pm on C5.
Author P. L. Travers reflects on meeting Walt Disney during production of her novel, Mary Poppins. Ruth plays Margaret Goff. Cinemas now!
Best Pre-School Programme. Russell Tovey voices Squirt. Winners announced 5th Feb 2014.
Best Pre-School Programme. Joanna Ruiz voices Toby and Dolores. Winners announced 5th February '14.
"Miranda Raison is elegant.." as Anne, The Mail. Runs until 22nd Feb '14. Get your tickets now at www.london-theatreland.co.uk
Series 2. A Stronger Loving World. Callum plays Philip. Monday 9pm on BBC1.
Comedy sketch show, written by and starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb. Tonight 6:30pm on BBC Radio 4.
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CLAIRE KEELAN PLAYS PA EMMA IN THE TRIP   22nd Oct 2010
Michael Winterbottom directs Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon in a beautifully improvised comic road trip through the North of England.
One of the significant pleasures of Michael Winterbottom's Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story (also starred Claire Keelan) was the fractious, funny relationship between actors Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon. Their competitive friendship resurfaces in this feature length treatment of their new BBC series, again directed by Winterbottom, in which they play 'loose versions' of themselves. Coogan is commissioned by The Observer to take a road trip through the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District, reviewing some of the regions' most notable restaurants, and asks Brydon to accompany him as a last minute stand in when his girlfriend bails from the tour. Against a backdrop of stunning scenery and equally impressive cuisine, the pair are soon bickering about anything and everything, and whilst Brydon pines for his wife and baby, Coogan copes with the absence of his girlfriend by notching up a series of one night stands. Mostly though they trade impressions and insults (gentle and otherwise), and their matchless improvisations (taking in Michael Caine, Al Pacino and Anthony Hopkins amongst others) are a comic delight. That said, there is poignancy and vulnerability here too, and signs of real bravery at work.