Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches.
Mock the Week regularly produces the sharpest and funniest comedy on TV. With Dara O Briain, Hugh Dennis, Frankie Boyle, and Andy Parsons, it's no surprise. Here is the material that didn't make it to our screens!
Without the TV censors knife, here is more comedy from the irascible team that put the smut back into TV. With the addition of Ed Byrne, Rhod Gilbert, and David Mitchell.
More comedy gold that didn't get broadcast for reasons of good taste and good old fazshioned decency! The usual team, plus some other top-class comedians.
Six more episodes of the topical comedy show that takes a satirical look at the news, presented by Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis. An entertaining blend of stand-up, sketches and songs, The Now Show sees presenters Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis joined by a host of special guests for a comic romp through the latest news, events and issues.
THE NOW SHOW BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS boldly tackles all the superlatives that other books of world records avoid. It does this by means of making stuff up and scrupulously avoiding too much research, insight, or fact. Unless the fact is funnier. And legal to mention. The download will contain extracts from the selected by the team themselves.
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present six episodes of topical stand-up comedy, sketches and songs with the help of Mitch Benn, Jon Holmes, Laura Shavin and special guests.
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present six episodes of topical stand-up comedy, sketches and songs with the help of Mitch Benn, Jon Holmes, Laura Shavin and special guests. First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January and February 2015.
Mock the Week and Outnumbered's Hugh Dennis with an hilarious and insightful exploration of the changing image of Britain and Britishness.
Hugh Dennis has secretly been worrying about what being "British" meant for nearly a decade, ever since his friend Ardal O'Hanlon had told him in passing that he was the most British person he had ever met. Hugh was unclear whether he was being praised, teased, vaguely insulted, or possibly all three - because it has always been very difficult to know how to feel about being British.