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Lack of BBC boxset rights cited as sticking point by pay-TV platform
Sally Phillips to discover comedians’ favourite sketches in Gold format
Comedy channel orders double-header celebrating classic sitcom
Taskmaster and Red Dwarf help grow UKTV Play
UKTV’s Gold is adapting Andrew Birch’s long-running Oldie Magazine cartoon strip as a three-part comedy series starring Simon Callow.
With no gallery and no audience to play to, UKTV’s new sitcom tried to take a more naturalistic approach to studio filming. Robin Parker reports
Mainstream comedy is a tough nut to crack but it remains the chief weapon in the scheduling wars, says Simon Lupton
The Comic Strip is to return to Gold with a 75-minute hacking scandal special lampooning News International.
UKTV has ordered a stand-up comedy clip show hosted by John Thomson in the guise of ‘PC Northern club comic’ character Bernard Righton.
Gold is to profile Oliver Reed, Spike Milligan and The Two Ronnies as part of a six-part comedy commission.
UKTV has ordered a documentary series about the life of Bob Monkhouse for Gold.
UKTV plans to commission five scripted series for Gold in 2015 as part of its increased £125m commitment to content.
UKTV is to build on the success of its Monty Python live performance with a documentary about the legendary comedy troupe.
SUNDAY: The live broadcast of Monty Python’s final-ever performance has become the highest-rated show to air on Gold.
Gold’s first original scripted sitcom You, Me & Them is to return for a second series.
UKTV has scored the television rights to the final performance of the Monty Python Live (Mostly) stage show.
UKTV has beefed up the resource behind its VoD team as part of a wider restructure in which Steve North was handed control of the broadcaster’s primary entertainment channels.
Dave boss Steve North will oversee UKTV’s three biggest channel brands as part of a reshuffle following the departures of Steve Hornsey and Clare Laycock.
UKTV is marking the 40th anniversary of British comedy Porridge with a three-part documentary series.
UKTV is on course to invest a record £110m in programming this year, £10m more than the broadcaster originally budgeted.
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