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British comedies are coming under increased scrutiny for their portrayal of Black people. Little Britain, The Mighty Boosh and Bo’ Selecta! have been removed from streaming services. But this isn't the only trope that comedies in recent decades have used in their portrayal of Black and minority ethnic people. We spoke to comedian and journalist Ava Vidal about these recent events.
Comedian Jeremy Hardy died of cancer early on 1 February 2019. He was best known for his work on BBC Radio 4, appearing on “The News Quiz”, “I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue” & “Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation”.
Variety star married his partner of 40 years two days ago.
Nervous sensations can often be transformed into positive excitement. Things going wrong can often be turned round to work in your favour, by acknowledging the problem and seeing the funny side of it.
Confirmation bias is the tendency to interpret information in such a way as to back up your existing beliefs. We see this all the time online.
By having more disabled people on our TV screens, only then will I no longer get people asking stupid questions such as 'Can you have sex?' 'Have you ever tried to talk just to see what would happen?' and 'Are you as clever as that Stephen Hawking bloke?'
Live At The Pleasance comes to your screens twice a week throughout the Edinburgh Fringe.
The Edinburgh Fringe is undoubtedly one of the biggest events in any comedy fan’s calendar, and this year is no different
Live At The Pleasance comes to your screens twice a week throughout the Edinburgh Fringe.