British stand-up comedy television series

2017-08-01T21:57:02+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Hit the Road Jack (TV series), Kevin Bridges: What's the Story?, Lee Nelson's Well Good Show, The Alternative Comedy Experience, Viva Cabaret, My Funniest Year, Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, John Bishop's Britain, Joking Apart, The Imaginatively Titled Punt & Dennis Show, Russell Howard's Stand Up Central, Dave Gorman: Modern Life is Goodish, Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle, Live at the Apollo (TV series), Ben Elton: The Man from Auntie, The Sarah Millican Television Programme, Live at the Electric, Russell Brand's Ponderland, Russell Howard's Good News, Dave's One Night Stand, Jo Brand's Big Splash, Saturday Live (UK TV series) flashcards British stand-up comedy television series
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  • Hit the Road Jack (TV series)
    Hit the Road Jack is a British comedy television series.
  • Kevin Bridges: What's the Story?
    Kevin Bridges: What's the Story? is a British television series in which Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges performs stand-up comedy and talks about the inspirations for his work.
  • Lee Nelson's Well Good Show
    Lee Nelson's Well Good Show is a British comedy sketch show, written and presented by Simon Brodkin, and produced by Avalon Television for BBC Three.
  • The Alternative Comedy Experience
    The Alternative Comedy Experience is a stand-up comedy show that premiered on 5 February 2013 on the Comedy Central channel in the UK.
  • Viva Cabaret
    Viva Cabaret is a late night comedy variety television show which aired on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom from 1993 to 1994.
  • My Funniest Year
    My Funniest Year is a British television stand-up comedy series broadcast on Channel 4.
  • Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow
    Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow is a British stand-up comedy television series hosted by comedian Michael McIntyre from different venues around the United Kingdom and Ireland.
  • John Bishop's Britain
    John Bishop's Britain is a British television programme presented by comedian John Bishop.
  • Joking Apart
    Joking Apart is a BBC television sitcom written by Steven Moffat about the rise and fall of a relationship.
  • The Imaginatively Titled Punt & Dennis Show
    The Imaginatively Titled Punt & Dennis Show, known simply as Punt and Dennis throughout its second series, is a British stand-up and sketch show written by and starring comedians Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
  • Russell Howard's Stand Up Central
    Russell Howard's Stand Up Central is a British stand-up comedy television show presented by Russell Howard.
  • Dave Gorman: Modern Life is Goodish
    Dave Gorman: Modern Life is Goodish is a British comedy television show broadcast on Dave and presented by Dave Gorman.
  • Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
    Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle is a British comedy series created by and starring Stewart Lee and broadcast on BBC Two.
  • Live at the Apollo (TV series)
    Live at the Apollo (formerly titled Jack Dee Live at the Apollo) is a British stand-up comedy programme performed from the Hammersmith Apollo Theatre in west London.
  • Ben Elton: The Man from Auntie
    Ben Elton: The Man from Auntie is a British television comedy series written and performed by Ben Elton.
  • The Sarah Millican Television Programme
    The Sarah Millican Television Programme was a British comedic television show hosted by comedian Sarah Millican.
  • Live at the Electric
    Live at the Electric is a British comedy series broadcast on BBC Three since 31 May 2012.
  • Russell Brand's Ponderland
    Russell Brand's Ponderland is a BAFTA nominated comedy on the British television station Channel 4, presented by comedian and actor Russell Brand.
  • Russell Howard's Good News
    Russell Howard's Good News is a British comedy and topical news show.
  • Dave's One Night Stand
    Dave's One Night Stand is a British comedy programme made by Amigo Television and Phil McIntyre Television for Dave.
  • Jo Brand's Big Splash
    Jo Brand's Big Splash is a British television series produced by Doghouse Media and What Larks! Productions for Dave.
  • Saturday Live (UK TV series)
    Saturday Live was a British television comedy and music show broadcast by Channel 4 from 1985 to 1987, and in 1988 as Friday Night Live.