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Cimran Shah takes on commissioning editor role
Open Mike’s BBC2 format hit by social-distancing restrictions as Masterchef: The Professionals resumes filming
Regulator opts not to censure satirical show over Miriam Margolyes’ comments about Boris Johnson
Rich Hall and John Simpson to present anniversary docs
Kevin Lygo has no plans to replace Birds Of A Feather or Jack Dee’s Bad Move
Broadcaster to air more than 100 hours of live coverage from PyeongChang
Open Mike Productions sitcom set in the country
Ben Wicks latest high-profile hire
Comedians to tackle topical issues
C4 backs The Great Get Together
Open Mike prepares Bad Move
The Last Leg took a giant leap forward in 2016 with a live, daily pre-watershed show reviewing the Rio Paralympics.
Channel 4 head of entertainment Ben Caudell has ordered his first commission – a Kayvan Novak-fronted satirical format from Objective Productions.
Live at the Apollo is to move from BBC1 to BBC2 as the latter bids to become more of a home for stand-up comedy.
FRIDAY: The Last Leg returned to Channel 4 with just over 1m viewers, while the Women’s World Cup and Glastonbury helped BBC3 to a strong night.
Jack Dee, Charlie Brooker and Rory Bremner will help BBC2 take an irreverent look at the general election this year through a range of satirical programmes.
FRIDAY: The appearance of deputy prime minister Nick Clegg couldn’t swell the audience of C4’s The Last Leg, while BBC1’s Musketeers fell to another low.
Channel 4 is sending comedian Jon Richardson on the road to discover what is takes to be a ‘happy adult’ for its latest order from Open Mike Productions.
The Michael McIntyre Chat Show is set to return for a second series on BBC1.
Michael McIntyre is to expand his BBC1 Comedy Roadshow brand by hosting a chat show for the channel.
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