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Episode 1: Wealth – The DVDfever Review - March 2016 DVD Fever - March 3rd, 2016

Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle is rather like Luther – it comes round every 2-3 years and is to the TV schedules what oxygen is to our bodies – an essential requirement. Often, the programme is like a comedy masterclass, with this first new episode, showing how to segue between light-hearted and serious topics, the latter…

Those Comedians That You Have Now: Stewart Lee Interviewed - March 2016 The QuietUs - By Simon Price - March 3rd, 2016

We meet at the bus stop. The No.73 has dropped Stewart Lee off from Stoke Newington, the steadily-gentrifying corner of North London whose social characteristics are increasingly providing material for his comedy. A green woollen hat pushing his famous quiff down into a tousled forelock, Stewart Lee the human being looks a lot like ‘Stewart…

Thursday’s best TV - March 2016 The Guardian - By Rachel Aroesti - March 3rd, 2016

“No one is equipped to review me,” says Lee, beginning the fourth round of his standup series. He’s joking. Kind of. By now, he’s basically Oscar Wilde: it’s practically impossible to divine any meaning from his increasingly complex pose. Lee says he adopts a snobbish persona to make people “laugh in spite of me, not…

Tonight’s TV highlights - March 2016 Herts & Essex Observer - March 2nd, 2016

It might not turn up as often as we’d like – this is only the fourth series in seven years, and the last run was back in 2014 – but it’s always good to see Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle back on the road. It seems the cult stand-up hasn’t been slacking off during his years…

Episode 1 Review - March 2016 Beyond The Joke - By Bruce Dessau - March 2nd, 2016

Stewart Lee has said that nobody is competent to review him. It’s a sentiment he echoes early on in the first episode of his new six-part BBC2 series. So after thinking about doing something more useful with my time I decided to have a go. Does he mean it? It’s a remark like a lot…

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