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Stewart Lee: The chilling truth about the ‘monster fatberg’ - October 2017 The Big Issue - By Stewart Lee - October 24th, 2017

Last month, I found myself wondering if it could ever be right to take a life, to end what appeared to be thousands of lives. It was after my annual reunion with two old college friends, at a newly opened hipster pie bar on the roof of a fashionable Dalston venue-cum-live-space, Pie In The Sky.…

Farty TV and BBC Three - January 2015 Chortle - By Stewart Lee - January 21st, 2015

The redoubtable independent production company, Farty Television, have offered £100million to take over the digital channel BBC Three, which is facing a radical on-line only future, due to government assaults on the licence fee. Though public fondness for BBC Three rests largely on the reputations of quality programs like Gavin and Stacey (Baby Cow), Pulling…

A Journey To Avebury: Stewart Lee Interviews Julian Cope - June 2014 TheQuietUs - By Stewart Lee - June 27th, 2014

Julian Cope’s first novel, 131, opens with its protagonist, a former rock star brilliantly named Rock Section, trapped in an aircraft toilet, covered in his own excrement. “Your novel begins at the point where many would end,” I suggest. “Yes,” agrees Cope, “it’s the same as ‘Like A Hurricane’ by Neil Young. Straight in with…

WOLF PEOPLE – A NON PRESS RELEASE BY STEWART LEE - March 2013 Wolf People Non Press Release - By Stewart Lee - March 20th, 2013

Last night I had dinner with the molecular microbiologist Professor Keith Gull. He discussed the information overload that has taken shape in academia his lifetime, and how it has affected the working methods of his students. Over spinach and egg, Professor Gull identified the need to be able to extract the relevant points from the…

Stewart Lee: Who Is Kevin Eldon? - March 2013 BBC Blog - By Stewart Lee - March 13th, 2013

Kevin Eldon is described as British comedy’s most prolific supporting star – and for the first time, he’s got his own show, It’s Kevin, starting on BBC Two. Kevin’s friend and long time collaborator Stewart Lee introduces who exactly this Kevin Eldon bloke is. The teenage Kevin Eldon occupied half a page in a book…

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