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Comedy of the Week
Brighten your week with the latest BBC Radio 4 comedy, introduced by Darren Harriott.
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4.0 stars from 2,872 ratings
Hit & miss at best
This podcast sways from brilliant to appalling on an almost weekly basis. The lastest pod, VIP RIP with Jo Brand is most certainly the latter. Absolute bilge. A new comic would never get a chance with this offering. If this is the best the BBC has got then it’s time to pack up on comedy....Read full review »
Smoakey via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/18/19
The BBC has switched Comedy of the Week from an MPEG audio file to the MPEG AUDIO STREAM format. This is not currently supported by Apple iPlayer (currently version Indeed it is not signed off by W3C as fully defined and approved. The file is located at [h...Read full review »
AWrinklyInMalta via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/12/19
... is brilliant. Can’t understand how R4 comedy gets it so wrong so often though. Far too many white/ upper middle class/ privately educated bores trying and failing to have a new/ quirky/ unusual take on situations in a way that is not remotely comical
QinLiCi via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/09/19
Recent Episodes
Jo Brand hosts the show looking back on all those VIPs who are RIP this week, such as film producer Chip Brockleman, Instagram star Olivia Eating, South African cricketer Janco Van Wijk and sex researcher Virginia Dunt. VIP RIP is voiced by Jan Ravens, Emma Sidi, Vivienne Acheampong, Daniel...
Published 06/17/19
A side of London you’ve never heard before, seen through the eyes of a national treasure. In this opening episode, Suggs gives us his unique view of Spittalfields and Shoreditch - or, as he likes to call it, the Liberty of Norton Folgate. With a couple of songs, a few surprising stories and a...
Published 06/10/19
The UK is more divided than ever, and no one seems able to agree on anything. What’s needed is a little outside perspective. Enter: Phil Wang – a caustic British-Malaysian comedian who grew up on the island of Borneo. A centrist with a heart; an artist with an engineering degree. In this pilot...
Published 06/03/19
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