Al Murray

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20120406

Al celebrates the Great British day out - with special guest Nat Luurtsema. Nat was a 2008 Chortle Best Newcomer Nominee after just eight months doing stand-up. She reached the finals of 'Funny Women' and the Laughing Horse's 'New Act of the Year' competition, and appeared as part of the Comedy Zone at the Edinburgh Festival - the Fringe's longest running and most prestigious showcase. She'll talk to Al about her best - and worst British days out, and help Al read your texts and emails and speak to you on the phone about the topic.

Al celebrates the Great British day out - with special guest comedienne Nat Luurtsema.

20120507

Al celebrates the Great British Mealtime.

He wants to hear about what's on your menu today, what you enjoying cooking and eating - the weirder the better - and what strange food combos float your boat.

Plus there will be loads of terrific music and comedy clips themed around today's foody topic of chat.

Al celebrates the Great British Mealtime with loads of terrific music and comedy clips.

20160806

Al is live from Edinburgh with music performances throughout the show from Australian musical comedy mavericks The Doug Anthony All Stars, returning after they first took the Festival by storm nearly thirty years ago. He will also be joined by Rodney Bewes, as the Likely Lad returns to the Fringe with stories of his career on and off stage. Self-styled German Comedy Ambassador Henning Wehn tells us why Westphalia Is Not An Option and we spend 24 Hours with Mary Lynn Rajskub as she relives her pivotal role as Chloe O'Brien alongside Kiefer Sutherland and remembers the late Garry Shandling, with whom she performed in The Larry Sanders Show. Plus comedian, interviewer and former political advisor Matt Forde tells us about his perfect weekend and his new topical show It's My Political Party (and I'll Cry If I Want to).

Al broadcasts live from Edinburgh with Rodney Bewes, Henning Wehn and Mary Lynn Rajskub.

20160813

Live from Edinburgh with music performances from Travis and chat and comedy with the Radio Active team (Angus Deayton and Phil Pope). Zoe Lyons tells us about her brand new show, appearances on Live at the Apollo, The John Bishop show and winning the Chortle Best comic award. Bec Hill talks about winning the first Barry Award for best show at the Edinburgh Fringe, voted on by other festival performers, plus her one liners and puns which often feature on reputable best joke lists. Sara Pascoe, author of Animal and rising star of W1A, Twenty Twelve, Have I Got News For You and The Thick Of It, describes her perfect weekend.

Al Celebrates Family Life, With Comedian Matt Forde20120409

Al celebrates family life - with special guest comedian Matt Forde.

A former political adviser Matt Forde isn't a typical twenty-something. A passionate, opinionated and excitable young man he loves football, Prime Minister's Questions and pasties. Matt's bringing his first solo show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with Dishonorable Member - a light hearted mixture of silly stories and political opinion.

Matt will discuss with Al his best - and worst - anecdotes about family life, and he'll help Al read your texts and emails and speak to you on the phone about your family and all their quirks.

Plus there will be loads of terrific music, some of it celebrating today's family life theme.

Al is joined by comedian Matt Forde to celebrate British family life.

Al Extols The Great British Celebration20120605

Al is joined by guest host, comedian Chris Ramsey and they want to hear from you - how you're celebrating today and this special weekend we've had, and if you're not celebrating the Diamond Jubilee, what else are you celebrating today?

There'll be loads of terrific celebratory music to extend the party atmosphere, and comedy clips themed around today's topic of The Great British Celebration.

Al Extols The Great British Celebration20120605

Al is joined by guest host, comedian Chris Ramsey and they want to hear from you - how you're celebrating today and this special weekend we've had, and if you're not celebrating the Diamond Jubilee, what else are you celebrating today?

There'll be loads of terrific celebratory music to extend the party atmosphere, and comedy clips themed around today's topic of The Great British Celebration.