Wordsters and wits are challenged to update the traditional Christmas cracker joke for 2015 with the best jokes featuring on a bespoke sets of crackers.
UKTV’s comedy channel Gold is feeling spooky with its latest series Marley’s Ghosts.
A boutique hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon is the setting for the latest original comedy for UKTV’s Gold channel. Do Not Disturb stars comedy actress Catherine Tate and Car Share actress Sian Gibson, and is due to TX from January 2016 as part of the on-going commissioning investment from the multi-award winning media company. “We’re delighted that Catherine Tate will bring her unique wit and comedy genius to the heart of this landmark
John Thomson is to bring his outrageous alter ego, legendary club comedian Bernard Righton, to riotous life as compere of UKTV channel Gold’s new six-part series, Legends of Stand-Up & Bernard Righton, celebrating the world’s greatest comedians from across the globe.
UKTV have revealed the first three titles from its original scripted commissions on Gold.
Kenneth Williams, The Two Ronnies, Les Dawson, Oliver Reed, Spike Milligan, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore all form part of UKTV’s new series The Interviews which is to air on comedy channel Gold.
UKTV’s CEO, Darren Childs, announced today at the annual UKTV Live event, that its comedy channel Gold has commissioned the ultimate Monty Python documentary; Monty Python: The Meaning of Live.
The highly-anticipated live broadcast from the O2 of the final ever performance of the Monty Python Live (mostly): One Down Five to Go stage show, proved a ratings smash-hit for UKTV channel Gold last night with over 700,000 individuals tuning in, making it the highest ever rating commission for Gold (live viewing), and staying in Twitter’s trending topics through out the night. Stephen Hawking and Mike Myers made special appearances
The UK’s home of classic and current comedy programming, GOLD, is to unveil an updated on air identity and logo, which reflects the channel’s brand benefit of a guaranteed laugh. The change will be reflected on and off air from tomorrow, 16th July 2014.
The final Monty Python stage show is to be broadcast live on UKTV’s comedy channel GOLD as well as a five part series.