Last 24 hours in comedy: 14 June 2012
Andrew Mickel14 June 2012
Good morning. Comedy. News. Here. Together. 14. June. Read on...
- Rufus Hound went into acting because he wasn't challenged by comedy, he told Radio Five Live. The statement 'Comedy wasn't challenged by a man who did some middling turns on Dave and also helped run Top Of The Pops into the ground' would probably also fit the bill. Chortle
- Flickr is apparently still going and will change its photo deletion policy because of Dave Gorman, according to ZDNet.
- Adorable comedy news: Sarah Millican has been mentoring Angela Barnes since she won last year's BBC New Comedy Act. “She rocks,” says Angela. AWWWW. BBC
- Isabel Fey's video on internet trolling has now proven so popular it's been released for download. I wonder how they'll do the bits where the comedians talk? Anyone know if they'll get royalties? iTunes, hat tip Chortle
- Funny In Falkirk announced its line-up for the end of July: Al Murray, Stewart Lee and Mark Watson are on the 'gosh central Scotland always punches above its weight in comedy festivals' bill. Here's a picture of what would appear to be Colin Montgomery launching the programme. Twitter
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