For years the funniest comedy on BBC television or radio has been Dad’s Army, which was first broadcast from 1968 to 1977. I assume that it’s still being broadcast only because the hatchet-faced feminists who commission “comedy” at the BBC like its portrayal of bumbling men.
At the other end of the comedy spectrum is the utterly woeful The Mash Report, a migraine-inducing programme on BBC2, currently in its third series. The presenter is the relentlessly PC and unfunny Nish Kumar. A tip of the hat to Guido Fawkes for posting today a piece, Nish Kumar booed off stage. It includes a 40-second video presumably recorded on a smartphone. Enjoy.
All this gives me an excuse to plug our award-winning Comedy Channel. Video #21 (3:15) was recorded in February 2018, and consists of me being “interviewed” by “comedian” Desiree Burch for The Mash Report.
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