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Matt Lucas on his memoir, Tamsin Greig and Martin Freeman on Labour of Love

Matt Lucas talks to Stig Abell about his memoir. And Tamsin Greig and Martin Freeman discuss Labour of Love, a new play by James Graham about the Labour Party.

Matt Lucas talks to Stig Abell about his autobiography 'Little Me: My life from A-Z', in which he writes about the challenges of his childhood, his start on the comedy circuit 25 years ago, and the phenomenal success of TV show Little Britain.

Tamsin Greig and Martin Freeman discuss James Graham's new play Labour of Love, about the three decade battle between old and new Labour in a North Nottinghamshire constituency, in which they play a labour party agent and an MP.

Jacky Klein on the surprising relationship between the father of conceptual art Marcel Duchamp, and the surrealist Salvador Dali, the subject of a new exhibition at the Royal Academy.

Presenter: Stig Abell
Producer: Timothy Prosser.

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30 minutes



  • Matt Lucas

    Duration: 11:00

  • Tamsin Greig and Martin Freeman

    Duration: 10:53

  • Dali/Duchamp

    Duration: 05:31

Matt Lucas

Matt Lucas
Matt Lucas

His Memoir - Little Me: The A-Z of Matt Lucas is out now

Main image: Matt Lucas

Labour of Love

Labour of Love
Tamsin Greig and
Martin Freeman 
Photo credit: Marc Brenner

Labour of Love is at the Noel Coward Theatre, London
until 2 Dec



Marcel Duchamp, Bicycle Wheel, 1913, 6th version 1964

Bicycle fork with wheel mounted on painted wooden stool, 126 x 64 x 31.5 cm

Photo © Ottawa, National Gallery of Canada /  © Succession Marcel Duchamp/ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2017

Dali/Duchamp is at the Royal Academy of Arts until 3 Jan


Role Contributor
Presenter Stig Abell
Interviewed Guest Matt Lucas
Interviewed Guest Tamsin Greig
Interviewed Guest Martin Freeman
Interviewed Guest Jacky Klein
Producer Timothy Prosser


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