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Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle - May 2011 The Times - May 5th, 2011

…the BBC had a third moment of thrilling sanity and balls-finding this week: recommissioning Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle. Initially axed after the first series, a campaign by Lee’s fans resulted in Vehicle returning for a second series, to the relief of anyone with an interest in modern comedy. Lee doesn’t really tell jokes — something…

Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle – Crisp Comedy - May 2011 TV Pixie - By Liam Tucker - May 5th, 2011

Stewart Lee’s twenty-first century television output continues with a second series that perhaps wasn’t expected to see the light of day. Maybe ‘light of day’ isn’t the right turn of phrase, considering Comedy Vehicle now goes out past 11pm on a Wednesday night, though I doubt either Lee or his fanbase have serious problems with…

Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle - May 2011 Digital Spy - By Mayer Nissim - May 4th, 2011

It was with some glee (and no little surprise) that we at DS welcomed the news that Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle had been given a second series. He may have been proclaimed the 41st Best Stand-Up Ever in 2007, but we’d struggle to name many comics we’d rather see on stage than him. Before his…

Tedious. Problematic. Brilliant - May 2011 Chortle - By Steve Bennett - May 3rd, 2011

‘I’d imagine watching this at home would be incredibly tedious.‘ That’s Stewart Lee’s own verdict on the second series of his Comedy Vehicle. It comes in the second episode, during an apparently interminable conversation he has with a fictitious estate agent that turns into a running meta-commentary on the progress of the show. ‘Unbearable’ is…

Stewart Lee: No more sugaring the pill - April 2011 Broadcast Magazine - By Paul Whitelaw - April 27th, 2011

With his BBC2 series Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle winning a surprise recommission, the comedian talks to Paul Whitelaw about TV’s stand-up boom and the art of compromising Despite airing in 2009 to strong critical acclaim, a Bafta nomination and a loyal audience for post-watershed comedy on BBC2, it wasn’t always certain whether the first series…

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