ITV also came up with a new Saturday night banker in 1991. Michael Barrymore had already established himself a big success...
LATE-NIGHT satire and politicised comment monologuery which, by our reckoning, marked the last knockings of old school 'but seriously now, unemployment eh?'...
All-too-plausible mockery of the pomposity of modern hi-tech news broadcasting
Last chance for a half-decent TV comedy book before Mitchell and Webb!
ONCE-UNSTOPPABLE weekly topical revue
Master of musically trainspotting drollery
COMEDY DOUBLE-ACT first deployed in epochal razor sharp culturally-topical (i.e. jokes about Jamiroquai and Supermarket Sweep) sketch show Fist Of Fun