A selection of the funniest comedy from Radio 4
Matt (Lost Voice Guy) decides to get a job. How hard can it be?
Comedians try to smuggle truths past their opponents in David Mitchell's panel game.
Entries for the BBC Introducing Radio 4 Comedy Award are now open.
The week's news stories lovingly moulded into sketches and one-liners by the public.
Fred MacAulay introduces some of the country's best comedians, recorded live in Glasgow.
Patrick Marber and Peter Curran wrestle life's challenges while lying in the dark.
Mae asks why some people more susceptible to addiction than others.
What is it about a stupid name that can really make us laugh?
Globetrotting, trash-picking, aisle-rolling storyteller returns with more wit and wisdom.
A-ha! Legendary squirm-inducing chat show with Norwich's finest son, Alan Partridge.
We look at some of the most bizarre but true local news headlines.
Comedian Tudur Owen is on a mission to make sure that Anglesey is ignored no longer
What it is about us Brits that makes our European neighbours laugh.
Indispensable advice from a broadcasting great
What was it about the past that proved so funny?
See if you can spot the truth among the gigantic whoppers we’ve told you.
Victoria Wood had a unique and unmistakable genius for comedy.
We take a look at eight outrageous claims about food that turned out to be true.
Featuring a speeding duck, puke paint and a murderous sheep.
From eternal octopuses to the unbelievable flying altitude of bees!
The Fake News Quiz
The host of The News Quiz has four crucial tips for making light of the news.
What can you do to ready yourself for the inevitable global calamity and ensuing chaos?
Some of the very best funny stories, misprints and typos from the topical panel show.
What makes the Swedes laugh? Here are seven Scandi-tastic specimens of Swedish humour.
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