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What's Funny About the Indyref?

Comedy sketch show written by new young writers aged 16-25 and inspired by the Scottish independence referendum.

30 minutes

Last on

Tue 9 Sep 2014 22:30

Music Played

Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

  • Adam Stafford

    Vanishing tanks

  • Little Mix

    How ya Doin?

  • Swedish House Mafia

    Greyhound

  • Cheryl

    Crazy Stupid Love

  • Hilary Hahn

    Bach Chaconne From Partita No 2 In D Minor

  • Lily Allen

    Hard Out Here

  • Ed Sheeran

    Don’t

  • Calvin Harris

    Bounce (feat. Kelis)

  • Robyn

    Dancing On My Own

  • Blondie

    One Way Or Another

  • Ellie Goulding

    Anything Could Happen

  • HAIM

    Don’t Save Me

  • Prides

    Messiah

  • Dr. Dre

    Forgot About Dre (feat. Eminem)

  • Aphex Twin

    Avril 14th

  • Del Amitri

    Nothing Ever Happens

  • Sky Ferreira

    Everything is Embarrassing (Unknown Mortal Orchestra Remix)

Credits

Role Contributor
Actor Jayne Austin
Actor Nathan Byrne
Actor Lucy Goldie
Actor Cat Grozier
Actor Louise McCarthy
Actor Gerard Miller
Actor Alan Orr
Actor Scott Reid
Actor Gayle Telfer Stevens
Director Jim Owen
Producer Gerald Strother
Script Editor Niall Clark
Script Editor Jon Hunter
Script Editor Dan Tetsell
Director of photography Keith Ingram
Costumer Margaret Miller
Makeup Supervisor Catherine Muir
Colourist Ian Ballantyne
Dubbing Editor Bronek Korda
Production Coordinator Irene Bain
Assistant Producer Peter MacQueen
Assistant Producer Laura Marks
Executive Producer Ewan Angus
Executive Producer Steven Canny
Executive Producer Sarah Proctor

Broadcast

  • Tue 9 Sep 2014 22:30

The Funny Folk

The Funny Folk

Meet the young comedy actors helping us find out What's Funny About the Indyref

The Young Writers

The Young Writers

The show's producer and some of the writers share their experiences from the production

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16 and 17-year-olds quiz key politicians and personalities from both campaigns.