Comic To Comic

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SeriesEpisodeTitleFirst
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0102Chris Green - Tina C2005082820051126
20060105 (BBC7)
20060106 (BBC7)
20060810 (BBC7)
20060811 (BBC7)
20070803 (BBC7)
20070804 (BBC7)
20080928 (BBC7)
20080929 (BBC7)
20110217 (BBC7)
20111126 (BBC7)
20130124 (BBC7)
20161115 (BBC7)
20161116 (BBC7)
20060714 (RS)

Bruce Morton talks to character Chris Green who reveals how his evangelical childhood gave him his first taste for performance art, and how his passion for country music and dressing up led to his most successful character, Tina C, the US Country chanteuse; his influences and his Olivier award.

The writer-performer tells Bruce Morton about his famous character Tina C.

The writer-performer tells Bruce Morton about his famous character, spoof American country singer Tina C. From August 2005.

0103Stewart Lee2005090420051203
20060112 (BBC7)
20060113 (BBC7)
20060817 (BBC7)
20060818 (BBC7)
20070810 (BBC7)
20070811 (BBC7)
20081005 (BBC7)
20081006 (BBC7)
20060721 (RS)

Bruce Morton talks to Stewart Lee about surviving Jerry Springer the Opera, and getting mistaken for the lead singer of UB40.

Bruce Morton talks to the stand-up and award-winning director, about surviving the controversial opera Jerry Springer and resemblances to UB40's singer.

0105Susan Morrison2005091820051217
20060126 (BBC7)
20060127 (BBC7)
20060831 (BBC7)
20060901 (BBC7)
20070824 (BBC7)
20070825 (BBC7)
20081019 (BBC7)
20081020 (BBC7)
20110303 (BBC7)
20121217 (BBC7)
20060804 (RS)

Bruce is joined by compere extraordinaire Susan Morrison, who reveals the subtle art of crowd control and embarrassing her kids.

0106 LASTIan Cognito2005092520060811
20060202 (BBC7)
20060203 (BBC7)
20060907 (BBC7)
20060908 (BBC7)
20070831 (BBC7)
20070901 (BBC7)
20081026 (BBC7)
20081027 (BBC7)
20110310 (BBC7)
20120407 (BBC7)

The outrageous stand-up star tells Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian.

The stand-up star tells Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian.

Legendary veteran of stand up Ian Cognito is lightly grilled by Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian.

Legendary veteran of stand up, and the most banned comedian in Britain, Ian Cognito is lightly grilled by Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian.

The outrageous stand up star is lightly grilled by Bruce Morton about life on the road as a jobbing comedian.

0202Andy Parsons2006010820060825
20060921 (BBC7)
20060922 (BBC7)
20070914 (BBC7)
20070915 (BBC7)
20081109 (BBC7)
20081110 (BBC7)
20110324 (BBC7)
20120714 (BBC7)

Comedian and TV panellist Andy Parsons chats to Bruce Morton about his career, Glaswegian shipyards and New Zealand sausage ads.

The TV panellist and comedian chats to Bruce Morton about his career, Glaswegian shipyards and sausage adverts in New Zealand.

Bruce Morton in conversation with comedian Andy Parsons.

Today he talks to Andy Parsons about how comedy saved him from a career in pagination.

0203Jenny Eclair2006011520070921 (BBC7)
20120729 (BBC7)

: From performing to writing, the award-winning comedienne discusses her life and career with Bruce Morton.

Comedienne Jenny Eclair discusses her life and career with Bruce Morton.

0205Andy Zaltzman2006012920060915
20061012 (BBC7)
20061013 (BBC7)
20071005 (BBC7)
20071006 (BBC7)
20081130 (BBC7)
20081201 (BBC7)
20110414 (BBC7)
20120608 (BBC7)
20120609 (BBC7)
20120610 (BBC7)

Bruce Morton discusses with comedian Andy Zaltzman why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.

Comedian Andy Zaltzman discusses why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.

Today, Andy Zaltzman talks to Bruce about why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.

The inventive political comedian chats to Bruce Morton and explains why being a stand-up is the best job in the world.

0207 LASTAdam Hills2006021220060929
20061026 (BBC7)
20061027 (BBC7)
20071019 (BBC7)
20071020 (BBC7)
20081214 (BBC7)
20081215 (BBC7)
20110428 (BBC7)
20120805 (BBC7)

The champion of celebratory comedy chats to Bruce Morton, sharing some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs.

Adam Hills shares some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs with Bruce Morton.

shares some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs with Bruce Morton.

Champion of celebratory comedy Adam Hills shares some anecdotes about his most memorable gigs with Bruce Morton.

Bruce Morton talks to Adam Hills, the champion of celebratory comedy, who reveals to Bruce why scampi and Buckie contributed to one of his most memorable gigs in Scotland.