Pages in category "Radio comedy" The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
Radio comedy, or comedic radio programming, is a radio broadcast that may involve sitcom elements, sketches or any other form of comedy found on other mediums. Except silent forms, e.g., sight gags. I know, it's a pendantic point, but that sentence could be more precise. --18.104.22.168 17:39, 8 May 2005 (UTC)
Deep Trouble is a BBC radio comedy series, written by and starring Jim Field Smith and Ben Willbond, which first aired on BBC Radio 4 in October 2005.
These are now known collectively as the Bob and Tom Radio Comedy Tours and they play in venues all over the country throughout the year. The high penetration of their 150-station syndication almost guarantees a full house of folks who are very much in tune with the comedians through their radio presence on the Bob and Tom Show .
BBC Radio 4 Extra is a British digital radio station from the BBC, broadcasting archived repeats of comedy, drama and documentary programmes nationally, 24 hours a day. It is the principal broadcaster of the BBC's spoken-word archive, and as a result the majority of its programming originates from that archive.
The word "comedy" is derived from the Classical Greek κωμῳδία kōmōidía, which is a compound of κῶμος kômos (revel) and ᾠδή ōidḗ (singing; ode). The adjective "comic" (Greek κωμικός kōmikós), which strictly means that which relates to comedy is, in modern usage, generally confined to the sense of "laughter-provoking".
I am always thinking of new ways to get a laugh out of someone. The way I see it is, if I have you laughing ..... then at that moment, you are in a good mood!! If you can make it to one of my shows, I guarantee that you will leave with stomach pains and tears in your eyes from laughter. Which is the way you should always exit a comedy show !
This is a list of current and former programmes broadcast on BBC Radio 4.. When it came into existence – on 30 September 1967 – Radio 4 inherited a great many continuing programme series which had been initiated prior to that date by its predecessor, the BBC Home Service (1939–1967), and in some cases even by stations which had preceded the Home Service.
The buzz-term for Old Time Radio is 'OTR'. OTR usually means radio broadcasting from the golden age of radio, mostly before 1964.These shows from the pre-television age include adventure, comedies, mystery shows, western dramas and shows from World War II.
Browse all Comedy radio shows, podcasts and mixes in BBC Sounds.