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Thursday’s best TV - March 2016 The Guardian - By Ali Catterall - March 10th, 2016

Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle – 10pm, BBC2 “I assure you, within three minutes, on this television programme, on this stage, a Muslim will have been lampooned.” Well, sort of. This is a Stewart Lee joint, after all: a safe space for a complicit audience well-versed in the man’s ziggurats of irony and meta-commentaries of unending…

Stewart Lee talks comedy, success and why stand-up is the only thing he ever wants to do - March 2016 Radio Times - By Ben Dowell - March 10th, 2016

“I would like to carry on doing this into my mid to late-60s, minimum. I am not going to write a play or do a novel or host anything or do a film. I would like to do this” Stewart Lee has returned for a fourth series of his acclaimed, complicated and bellyachingly funny BBC2…

This mini-newsletter is intended to cover weekly extras in the current slew of stuff related to me. The absence of anything should not be seen as an indication of its cancellation. Everything will be covered in the next big monthly or weekly newsletter, including final line-ups for ATP at Prestatyn 15-17 April, which isn’t cancelled,…

Episode 2 – Islamophobia - March 2016 Beyond The Joke - By Bruce Dessau - March 7th, 2016

Warning. This episode contains skipping. Sure enough, Lee suckered his TV viewers in last week with a relatively benign look at the nature of modern comedy and a few cheeky swipes at his fellow entertainers. This week he goes for the jugular, addressing the more tricky question of the rise of Islamophobia and the acceptability…

TV Review - March 2016 The Sunday Times - By AA GIll - March 6th, 2016

I’d given up on ever again finding stand-up on TV funny, so Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle didn’t arouse antic expectations. But actually it is properly funny, and what makes him funny is instructive. He plays a character. It’s not him, it’s a performance. He’s not just a spooky, needy fat man telling jokes; Lee’s character…

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