Detectorists Christmas Special!

To get you truly in the festive spirit, enjoy a sneak peek of the Detectorists Christmas Special! The show will be broadcast on Weds 23rd December at 10pm on BBC4, but you get your first look of the Curse of the Gold here.

Broadcast Award Nominations for Detectorists and So Awkward!

Congratulations to Team Detectorists on their nominations for Best Comedy Programme and Best Multi Channel Programme, and to Team So Awkward on their nomination for Best Children’s Programme!

Check out the full nominations list here.

Pre-Order Detectorists on DVD

Get your Christmas presents sorted early and pre-order Detectorists Series 2 on DVD! Series 2, and the Box Set of both series 1 and 2 will be released on 7th December 2015. Pre-order on Amazon now.

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The Jam: About the Young Idea DVD Released

The Jam: About the Young Idea is out now on DVD!

Order on Amazon.

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Detectorists Returns!

The hotly anticipated second series of BAFTA Award winning comedy Detectorists starts tomorrow, Thursday 29th October at 10pm on BBC4.

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Detectorists Series 2 Starting Soon…

Get your first peek at the brand new series of BAFTA Award winning comedy Detectorists, returning to BBC4 this Autumn. Check out the trailer here.



Liam Mullone’s Disappointing World

Beat the Sunday night blues (or exacerbate them, as the case may be) by joining Liam Mullone as he explores his Disappointing World in our new pilot for BBC Radio 4, on Sunday 4th October at 7:15pm.

British comedy’s only contrarian libertarian antiquarian, Liam Mullone tackles the universal theme that sums up all human endeavour – disappointment.

In this comedy lecture dedicated to history’s losers Liam celebrates some enormously bad ideas from the world of technology.

He tells the hubristic story of Sweden’s 17th Century warship, The Vasa, which was even more disappointing than The Mary Rose. Some of NASA’s most inspiration-lacking ventures are laid bare. And Frenchman Marcel Lucont honours countryman Jacques Cousteau and his cigarette smoke-filled Conshelf stations in a song.