Tom Wrigglesworth's Open Letters

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Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain. In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

In episode one, Tom finds himself baffled by the weird world of parking enforcement.

Tom finds himself baffled by the weird world of parking enforcement.

0220110210

Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain. In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

In episode two, Tom muses on just how the bankers keep getting away with it.

Comic Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad ways we are ripped off in modern Britain.

0320110217

Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain. In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

In episode three, Tom wonders why we still need estate agents.

Tom wonders why we still need estate agents.

04 LAST20110224

Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain. In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

In episode four, Tom asks why we still bother with estate agents.

Tom asks why we still bother with estate agents.

0101Parking Enforcement2011020320130614

Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain.

In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

Tom finds himself baffled by the weird world of parking enforcement.

In episode one, Tom finds himself baffled by the weird world of parking enforcement.

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20130906 (BBC7)
20130907 (BBC7)
20130908 (BBC7)
20150401 (BBC7)
20161113 (BBC7)
20161114 (BBC7)

Tom finds himself baffled by the weird world of parking enforcement.

Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain.

In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

In episode one, Tom finds himself baffled by the weird world of parking enforcement.

0102Utilities Companies2011021020130621
20120517 (BBC7)

Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain.

In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

Tom finds himself bemused by the peculiar practices of utilities companies.

Episode x02 of 4

Comic Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad ways we are ripped off in modern Britain.

Episode 4 of 04

In episode two, Tom muses on just how the bankers keep getting away with it.

0102Utilities Companies2011021020130621
20120517 (BBC7)
20130913 (BBC7)
20130914 (BBC7)
20130915 (BBC7)
20150408 (BBC7)
20161120 (BBC7)
20161121 (BBC7)

Tom finds himself bemused by the peculiar practices of utilities companies.

Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain.

In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

Episode x02 of 4

Comic Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad ways we are ripped off in modern Britain.

Episode 4 of 04

In episode two, Tom muses on just how the bankers keep getting away with it.

0103Bankers2011021720130628

Tom wonders how the bankers keep getting away with it.

Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain.

In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

In episode three, Tom wonders why we still need estate agents.

Tom wonders why we still need estate agents.

0103Bankers2011021720130628
20130920 (BBC7)
20130921 (BBC7)
20130922 (BBC7)
20150415 (BBC7)
20161127 (BBC7)
20161128 (BBC7)

Tom wonders how the bankers keep getting away with it.

Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain.

In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

In episode three, Tom wonders why we still need estate agents.

Tom wonders why we still need estate agents.

0104Estate Agents20110224

Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain.

In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

Tom asks why we still bother with estate agents.

0104 LASTEstate Agents2011022420130705
20130927 (BBC7)
20130928 (BBC7)
20130929 (BBC7)
20150422 (BBC7)
20161204 (BBC7)
20161205 (BBC7)

Tom Wrigglesworth corporate lunacy and asks why we still bother with estate agents.

Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain.

In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

Tom asks why we still bother with estate agents.

In episode four, Tom asks why we still bother with estate agents.

0104 LASTEstate Agents2011022420130705

Through the medium of four open letters, the comedian Tom Wrigglesworth investigates the myriad examples of corporate lunacy and maddening jobsworths in modern Britain.

In this series his subjects range from traffic wardens to estate agents, with Tom recalling his own funny and ridiculous experiences as well as recounting the absurd encounters of others.

Tom asks why we still bother with estate agents.

In episode four, Tom asks why we still bother with estate agents.

0201Insurance2012050320120510
20120510 (BBC7)

(01/04)

Tom asks the insurance industry why everything has to be so confusing.

Sony Award-winning comic, Tom Wrigglesworth returns for a new series of his open letters. This week, his letter is addressed to the insurance industry as Tom asks why everything has to be so confusing.

Written by Tom Wrigglesworth, James Kettle and Miles Jupp.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-Archer.

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20120510 (BBC7)
20140606 (BBC7)
20140607 (BBC7)
20140608 (BBC7)
20160106 (BBC7)

Sony Award-winning comic, Tom Wrigglesworth returns for a new series of his open letters. This week, his letter is addressed to the insurance industry as Tom asks why everything has to be so confusing.

Written by Tom Wrigglesworth, James Kettle and Miles Jupp.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-Archer.

Tom asks the insurance industry why everything has to be so confusing.

(01/04)

0201Insurance2012050320140601

Sony Award-winning comic, Tom Wrigglesworth returns for a new series of his open letters. This week, his letter is addressed to the insurance industry as Tom asks why everything has to be so confusing.

Written by Tom Wrigglesworth, James Kettle and Miles Jupp.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-Archer.

Tom asks the insurance industry why everything has to be so confusing.

Sony Award-winning comic, Tom Wrigglesworth returns for a new series of his open letters. This week, his letter is addressed to the insurance industry as Tom asks why everything has to be so confusing.

Written by Tom Wrigglesworth, James Kettle and Miles Jupp.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-Archer.

0202Low-cost Airline Industry2012051020140608
20140613 (BBC7)
20140614 (BBC7)
20140615 (BBC7)
20160113 (BBC7)

Sony Award-winning comedian Tom Wrigglesworth performs another of his open letters. This week Tom turns his attentions to the low-cost airline industry, as he asks whether they are all they are cracked up to be. And whether, if he does enough online check-in, he can legitimately claim to be part-time staff and get an invite to the Christmas do.

Written by Tom Wrigglesworth, James Kettle and Miles Jupp.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-archer.

Tom asks if low-cost airlines are all they are cracked up to be.

(02/04)

0202Low-cost Airline Industry2012051020140608

Sony Award-winning comedian Tom Wrigglesworth performs another of his open letters. This week Tom turns his attentions to the low-cost airline industry, as he asks whether they are all they are cracked up to be. And whether, if he does enough online check-in, he can legitimately claim to be part-time staff and get an invite to the Christmas do.

Written by Tom Wrigglesworth, James Kettle and Miles Jupp.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-Archer.

Tom asks if low-cost airlines are all they are cracked up to be.

Sony Award-winning comedian Tom Wrigglesworth performs another of his open letters. This week Tom turns his attentions to the low-cost airline industry, as he asks whether they are all they are cracked up to be. And whether, if he does enough online check-in, he can legitimately claim to be part-time staff and get an invite to the Christmas do.

Written by Tom Wrigglesworth, James Kettle and Miles Jupp.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-Archer.

(02/04)

Sony Award-winning comedian Tom Wrigglesworth performs another of his open letters. This week Tom turns his attentions to the low-cost airline industry, as he asks whether they are all they are cracked up to be. And whether, if he does enough online check-in, he can legitimately claim to be part-time staff and get an invite to the Christmas do.

Written by Tom Wrigglesworth, James Kettle and Miles Jupp.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-Archer.

Tom asks if low-cost airlines are all they are cracked up to be.

(02/04)

Sony Award-winning comedian Tom Wrigglesworth performs another of his open letters. This week Tom turns his attentions to the low-cost airline industry, as he asks whether they are all they are cracked up to be. And whether, if he does enough online check-in, he can legitimately claim to be part-time staff and get an invite to the Christmas do.

Written by Tom Wrigglesworth, James Kettle and Miles Jupp.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-Archer.

0203Compensation Culture2012051720140615
20120524 (BBC7)
20140620 (BBC7)
20140621 (BBC7)
20140622 (BBC7)
20160120 (BBC7)

Sony Award-winning comedian Tom Wrigglesworth delivers an open letter to Ken Clarke MP and asks whether compensation culture is actually directly opposed to the theory of evolution.

Written by Tom Wrigglesworth, James Kettle and Miles Jupp

Produced by Simon Mayhew-Archer.

Tom asks Ken Clarke MP if compensation culture is opposed to the theory of evolution.

0203Compensation Culture2012051720140615
20120524 (BBC7)

Sony Award-winning comedian Tom Wrigglesworth delivers an open letter to Ken Clarke MP and asks whether compensation culture is actually directly opposed to the theory of evolution.

Written by Tom Wrigglesworth, James Kettle and Miles Jupp

Produced by Simon Mayhew-Archer.

Tom asks Ken Clarke MP if compensation culture is opposed to the theory of evolution.

Episode x03 of 4

Episode 4 of 04

Episode 03 of 04

0204 LASTJunk Mail2012052420140622
20140628 (BBC7)
20140629 (BBC7)
20160127 (BBC7)

Sony Award-winning comic Tom Wrigglesworth performs the last in his series of open letters. This week, he takes issue with his local curry house and their addiction to junk mail. Tom also tracks the development of advertising and marketing - a development trajectory which has now led us to the rather ridiculous stage where we can be "Facebook friends" with Jacob's Crackers.

Written by Tom Wrigglesworth, James Kettle and Miles Jupp.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-Archer.

0204 LASTJunk Mail2012052420140622

Sony Award-winning comic Tom Wrigglesworth performs the last in his series of open letters. This week, he takes issue with his local curry house and their addiction to junk mail. Tom also tracks the development of advertising and marketing - a development trajectory which has now led us to the rather ridiculous stage where we can be "Facebook friends" with Jacob's Crackers.

Written by Tom Wrigglesworth, James Kettle and Miles Jupp.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-Archer.