Recorded in front of a live audience at London's Asylum Chapel, Frankie Boyle, along with guests comics and experts, attempts to make sense of the US presidential election. Featuring stand-up, discussion and audience interaction.
Frankie Boyle has been pilloried, misrepresented and demonised. And for what? For Telling It Like It Is. Now he will attempt a final tour, to heal Britain's fools. To support its rioters. ... See full summary »
Frankie Boyle takes centre stage in his Scottish Referendum Autopsy - a comedy special made exclusively for BBC iPlayer. Recorded in front of a passionate Glasgow crowd in the historic ... See full summary »
Frankie Boyle takes centre stage in his Election Autopsy - a comedy special made exclusively for BBC iPlayer. Recorded in front of a passionate crowd in London's historic Wilton's Music ... See full summary »
Comedian Frankie Boyle visits Russia ahead of the 2018 World Cup. He explores Russian football and culture, and examines the current relationship between Russia and the West following recent controversial geo-political events.
It's David Mitchell and Michelle Wolf vs. Claudia Winkleman and Mo Gilligan vs. Richard Ayoade and Noel Fielding in this annual end-of-the-year-wrap-up edition of the Big Fat Quiz hosted by Jimmy Carr. Also features celebrity cameos.
Hilarious, totally-irreverent, near-slanderous political quiz show, based mainly on news stories from the last week or so, that leaves no party, personality or action unscathed in pursuit ... See full summary »
It's great to see Frankie back to his old self and on the BBC, I've missed his cutting wit. Nobody can cut public figures down to size like him.
He takes pops at both sides of the political aisle and I'm glad he's brought back Sara Pascoe and Katherine Ryan. They all seem to have a good rapport and genuinely find each other funny so it has a relaxed feeling, rather than giving the impression they are all taking it in turns to talk, then rinse and repeat. I don't think it would work as well if they had an ever-rotating panel like some of the other shows.
I wish it would get a longer run. Five shows is too short, you're just getting into the swing of it and it's over.
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