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Ross Noble talks to Janice Forsyth on The Comedy Cafe about his upcoming UK tour.
Janice Forsyth speaks to American author Mike Sacks.
How did the whole business of the laugh track get going?
Janice Forsyth comes live from the Edinburgh Festival with a variety of guests.
Janice Forsyth chats to actor Alan Cumming, novelist Christopher Brookmyre and others.
Clare English talks to comedians who are performing their shows in the dark.
Clare English hears how comedy can improve your mental health.
Chris Kane celebrates the comedy of Radio Scotland's 80s Day.
Janice Forsyth with all that's new in comedy on radio, TV, the movies, online and live.
Janice Forsyth asks why priests and vicars inspire so many TV sitcoms?
Janice Forsyth finds out if holiday camp humour is as uncool as it used to be.
Janice Forsyth learns the elements of the carefully crafted comedy song.
Eric Idle tells Janice Forsyth how Life of Brian has been reborn as an oratorio.
Janice Forsyth finds out about the challenges of being the opening act at a comedy gig.
Fresh-faced funnyman Teddy bares his soul to Janice Forsyth on the Comedy Cafe.
Original alternative comedian Arthur Smith talks to Janice Forsyth about his career.
As the general election looms, how do political satirists re-interpret the news?
Janice Forsyth hears about the influence of Scotland's first dedicated comedy venue.
Ricky Gervais talks to Janice Forsyth about his new film Cemetery Junction.
Greg McHugh of Gary: Tank Commander fame talks to Janice Forsyth about being in demand.