Stewart Lee on other comedians
Alternative comedian Stewart Lee has a huge following that are familiar with his own brand of comedy, but often some members of the audience are left confused by it. He tells Clive Anderson about how he uses popular stand-up styles as a comic device in his shows.
Available since: Mon 3 Dec 2012
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First broadcast: 01 Dec 2012
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