Not many people know that Reg Hunter and I grew up together in Edinburgh. Fun times.
Stewart introduces me in the extra content for the 6th episode of "Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle.
Seeing how little live TV I have done, I was close to a Connery throughout.
Henning Wehn wants to abolish our beloved monarchy so they can have an opportunity of upward social mobility.
Me and other mercenaries discuss the BBC. At the behest of one of its commercial rivals.
On The Matt Lucas Awards with Graeme Garden, Jason Manford and Matt Lucas, obviously.
Discussing stereotypes with Alan Johnson, Michael Portillo and Andrew Neil who very impressively managed to come up with a Nazi reference out of nowhere.
Ben is a superb interviewer - I reveal where Fighting Talk is being recorded these days. Several times.
Just as interestingly, I look like I've had a hip replacement.
So far I haven't had one yet but maybe that's something to look into for the future.
David Mitchell is smart and well-mannered enough to be mistaken for a German.
Please note the archival quality of this clip.
Mark Watson and I were sent to South America in the build up to the 2014 World Cup.
Anyone remember who won the thing in the end? I’ve forgotten.
The filming of this episode was a disaster. But the weather more than made up for it.
Some time ago I completed 10 short videos for the BBC, you can view them here.
Henning Wehn never ceases to be amazed by how many references to Nazi Germany one can find in British newspapers. Well, it keeps him in a job.
Once again pulling the most amazing faces in this (very) fast-paced piece.
Who needs the RADA?
Why the self-styled 'comedy ambassador' thinks you should support Germany in Euro 2008.
The original link is here.
The set design is the closest I have come to performing at Live at the Apollo. Tough crowd.
Filmed by the Migration Museum - Lord Moser’s phrase “nothing would enable me to say...” is just brilliant