Comedy from the BBC, including new pilots
Mime with noise; stand-up with no talking. A one-man show that speaks for itself.
Potentially-viral sketch show featuring iPads for horses, a YouTube-obsessed prime minister and Sherlock blinded by his own deductions, from the writers of The Blackberry Sketch, That Mitchell & Webb Look and The Peter Serafinowicz Show.
This one-off stand-up special is a performance of Simon Amstell's stand-up show, 'Numb', which he toured to sell-out audiences around the UK and Ireland in 2012, as well as Australia and, more recently, Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York. Recorded specially for BBC Four at TV Centre, it's a stripped-down, intimate performance, with no set and minimal lighting - a painfully raw, honest and deeply funny exploration of disconnection and loneliness.
Chris Moyles hosts a gala evening of comedy to kick-start BBC Three's coverage of the London 2012 Festival. Recorded at the iconic Hackney Empire and featuring some of the funniest names in comedy including Jason Byrne, Andrew Maxwell, Mark Watson and Ava Vidal, alongside some fantastic comics born and bred in Hackney. It's guaranteed to be the funniest thing that ever happened to you on a Monday night.
Low-key British comedy about the near-hereafter. Dead, but earthbound, Martin shuffles newly deceased people through the boring bureaucracy. Then, just before a make-or-break assessment, he loses his latest young charge and must turn detective to track him, hindered by mouthy new partner Rash.