Comedian Al Murray on the effect his show has on others

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Al Murray features in his first new stand-up show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival since 1999.

The comedian, known for his Happy Hour and Pub Landlord shows, returns to the stage with new material.

He told 5 live's Richard Bacon what it was like to be back and how one of his shows 'broke a couple up'.

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