4 Extra Stands Up

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20150131 (BBC7)

Made for 4 Extra. Richard Melvin introduces Alun Cochrane, Gary Little, Harriet Dyer and Jo Caulfield. From The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh.

0120130824

Daniel Sloss hosts a stand-up comedy special featuring award-winning comedian Vikki Stone, Ronny Chieng, John Maloney and others.

02In Edinburgh20131005

A selection of the best stand up comedy recorded at The Stand Comedy Club. Hosted by Jo Caulfield with Benny Boot, Zoe Lyons, Michael Redmond, Hattie Hayridge and others.

03At The Edinburgh Fringe20131116

A selection of the best stand-up comedy recorded at the Edinburgh Fringe with Jo Caulfield, featuring Carl Donnelly, Paul Foot, Hal Cruttenden, Gary Delaney, Ivo Graham and others.

042013122120150425 (BBC7)

Janey Godley's line-up includes Tony Law and Hari Sriskantha. Recorded at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh in December 2013.

Made for 4 Extra. Janey Godley's line-up includes Tony Law and Hari Sriskantha. Recorded at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh earlier this year.

052014030820150509 (BBC7)

Alistair Barrie introduces a selection of stand up comedians recorded live before a sold-out audience at The Pleasance Theatre in Islington, London at the end of 2013.

You can gain useful vocabulary from John Lloyd of things that we don't have words for but should, and Mary Bourke entertains us with a dark response to the unreasonable. John Robins surprises us with an unusual Dickensian condition he's developed, and Nish Kumar explains some of the awkward social situations he's fallen into.

Bob Mills explains life as an overweight man and Alistair Barrie celebrates Britain's love of complaining.

Made for Radio 4 Extra by Dabster Productions.

06 LAST20140329

Alistair Barrie introduces a selection of stand up comedians recorded live before a sold-out audience at The Pleasance Theatre in Islington, London at the end of 2013.

You can gain useful vocabulary from John Lloyd of things that we don't have words for but should, and Mary Bourke entertains us with a dark response to the unreasonable. John Robins surprises us with an unusual Dickensian condition he's developed, and Nish Kumar explains some of the awkward social situations he's fallen into.

Bob Mills explains life as an overweight man and Alistair Barrie celebrates Britain's love of complaining.

020220150314 (BBC7)

Richard Melvin introduces Tiff Stevenson, Boothby Graffoe, Jojo Sutherland, Raymond Mearns, Fern Brady and Fred MacAulay.