A selection of clips from recent and upcoming comedy programmes.
Stephen’s teacher Miss Collins attempts to put her racism course training into action.
Andrew Maxwell and Susan Calman discuss the journalist’s recently revealed tattoo.
Susan Calman reveals her unique way of avoiding the rising cost of energy bills.
Listen to Tim Brooke-Taylor's rendition of Wrecking Ball on I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue.
The comedian sings 'I Will Survive' to the tune of 'I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside'.
Scotland's first minister takes his translator on a trip across the country's border.
Jeremy and Sandi consider an important task carried out by medical professionals.
Victoria sings Bob the Builder to the tune of I Dreamed a Dream from Les Misérables.
Stephen K Amos and Shaquille Ali-Yebuah (Young Stephen) chat about starring in the show.
A visit to the vet tugs at the purse strings...
Listen to Tim's version of Ylvis' viral smash hit (The Fox) What Does the Fox Say?
A difficult interview at the BBC Proms.
Graeme gets a little help from the team when he sings One Song to the Tune of Another.
How the BBC's Yes Minister pulled the curtain back on the hidden workings of government.
Norman and Frank debate male double acts in The Bricklayers Arms.
Pam Ayres and then Gyles Brandreth talk about the popular Christmas dinner vegetable.
Stephen's overenthusiastic teacher gets multiculturalism spectacularly wrong. Again.
Simon sings in this clip from the first in a series of fifteen-minute comedy musicals.
Frankie talks about his worst comedy introduction
What would you ask Frankie Boyle if you were Ian?
Mark enjoys a curious local newspaper headline about people dressed as genitalia.
Clare tries to persuade Queenie to consider moving to sheltered accommodation.
How The Archers might sound to people who dont really listen to The Archers.
John tries to understand what Carrie meant when she said what she said.
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