Laughter Junkies

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2009010220090103
20090103 (RS)

Brian Donaldson talks to Norma Farnes, agent to Eric Sykes and Spike Milligan.

Agent Norma Farnes has worked with some of our greatest comics. She talks to Brian Donaldson about how life was far from predictable when dealing with Eric Sykes and Spike Milligan.

Agent Norma Farnes has worked with some of our greatest comics.

She talks to Brian Donaldson about how life was far from predictable when dealing with Eric Sykes and Spike Milligan

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20090713 (RS)

Comedy impresario Karen Koren tells Julie Wilson Nimmo about her work with comedians and reveals why she is determined to see more women on the comedy circuit.

Comedy impresario Karen Koren tells Julie Wilson Nimmo about her work with comedians.

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20090714 (RS)

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William Cook makes a living from writing about comedy.

He gives Julie Wilson Nimmo an insight into two special comedy partnerships, Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise and Peter Cook and Dudley Moore

William Cook gives Julie Wilson Nimmo an insight into two special comedy partnerships, Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise and Peter Cook and Dudley Moore.

William Cook gives Julie Wilson Nimmo an insight into two special comedy partnerships.

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20090715 (RS)

Colin Gilbert is responsible for some of the best comedy to come out of Scotland.

He tells Julie Wilson Nimmo who he thinks is the greatest comedy character of recent years.

Colin Gilbert is responsible for some of the best comedy to come out of Scotland. He tells Julie Wilson Nimmo who he thinks is the greatest comedy character of recent years.

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Brian Donaldson tells Julie Wilson Nimmo why being a comedy critic isn't always a laughing matter.

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20090716 (RS)

Brian Donaldson tells Julie Wilson Nimmo why being a comedy critic isn't always a laughing matter.