So many funny women on our TV screens these days, it's easy to take for granted that, only a generation or so ago, these
Who knew the archaic "eye for an eye" mantra could be substituted for "a tweet for a tweet"? Well I say it can't and it mustn't or we risk sinking to the troll level from the precious moral high ground.
Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford have joined the list of celebrities who've spoken out about trolls on Twitter and internet
Stewart Lee, Miranda Hart and Mrs Brown’s Boys have all been nominated for Bafta awards. Lee’s Comedy Vehicle has been shortlisted
Our American cousins over at Huffington Post US Comedy are excellent at producing lists of Funny Women You Should Be Following
Call The Midwife star Jessica Raine has admitted feeling a little guilty about getting babies to cry on the set of the hit
People throughout the UK have come together in an extraordinary way in recent weeks for a cause greater than themselves. They literally are helping to repair the world through an extraordinary charity, Comic Relief, and its inspiring Sport Relief fundraising campaign.
Comic sketches with athletes and feats of endurance from celebrities during a night of television dedicated to Sport Relief
Comedy star Miranda Hart ended up across the net from her hero Tim Henman in a special film in aid of Sport Relief. Viewers
Call The Midwife has trumped Downton Abbey in the ratings war, with the 1950s drama pulling in 120,000 more viewers for its