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The Victorian Ghost Child has had a taste of success and it's going to be hard to shake her off, but she's still comfortably the most accomplished thing in the show, Rich and Ally discuss the resurrection of Neighbours, pornographic meteors, taboos you should bust to save your marriage, who the monarch of Christmas is, the main talking point from t…
 
Episode 77 - Diana's Hand. It's turning into the Victorian Ghost show, which means there is a danger of things actually being funny. But Rich and Ally discuss the nerve endings in a clitoris, whether you are beholden to agree with the person who gave you your first job, what to do if your writers hate you, the dangers of taking your own toilet seat…
 
Richard is back and his very own Matthew Corbett is trying to steal focus, but he soon has things back on track with a very tired attempt at looking at the days news which includes whether Jimmy Carr is better or worse than Hitler, a new way to become the greatest footballer on earth, a surprising downfall for a beloved 80s celebrity and another un…
 
Rich is keen for Ally to stop doing the bawdy songs of the Victorian era that will surely get them cancelled and tries to move things into the political - rather than the genital - region. He has limited success. The team discuss the rules of chess, Velma's sexuality, whether Truss and Kwasi are of this world, who voted for this and whether if you …
 
Rich is flying high - he's back on the telly and he's got a book coming out, so he's doing this thing alone. No props. Which is very handy. He talks about water on Mars and Motorhead murderers. Plus unusual wallpaper choices, some bawdy Victorian Music Hall songs, the Queen's profession, the health of Bob Mortimer and a special cartoon.…
 
It's another LIVE show in front of an audience of absolute idiots. The kind of people who would cheer a Marmite Lid. Rich has just performed an emotional hour of scripted stand-up about his testicular cancer, so what would be a more inappropriate juxtaposition than an attempt to improvise comedy with some uninspiring news stories with some puppets?…
 
It's been a difficult time for us all this week, but we finally hear what the Duke of York has to say about it all. Also Ally explains why some hand holding is unacceptable and other hand holding is fine, how the rings of Saturn were formed, how to cheat at chess, what would make dinosaurs happy and how Bing might have disrespected the Queen. Plus …
 
In a solemn Twitch of Fun recorded at 8pm on the 8th September 2022, the darkest day in UK history, we reflect on the life of an amazing woman, plus why you shouldn't hold in farts, living in a 170km long city, a woman upset with Greggs not stocking something that they were stocking and a eulogy from an excised testicle. Plus Richard is haunted by …
 
Twitch of Fun #70 - Nude. Richard and his puppet pals are back from their holidays and trying to remember how everything works. Unfortunately for us they more or less manage it, although they need to resort to a tiny amount of puppet porn to keep viewer figures up. Apart from that, it's business as usual - a bit of singing, a touch of satire, and s…
 
It's the end of the current series of Twitch of Fun and what a number to go out on! But will we return or will Richard finally have made the breakthrough to proper TV. That's right TV. Which has ten years left. Just the right time to leave the internet behind. Does Sybil see more Twitch of Fun in the future? And why didn't she see the tyre blowout …
 
Richard has been taken advantage of by Ian Pizza Express, but at least he now knows the best way to cut up a pepper. He is (eventually) joined by Ally and they discuss Richard's glittering new TV career, whether Rich is married to his mum, dolphins pooing on coral reefs, Brad Pitt being unable to recognise faces and why only three Michael Jackson r…
 
Richard is killing time before the Champion of Champions Taskmaster show airs - has he beaten the odds to win? He and Ally discuss the perverts in our pores, newly single Jerry Hall and soon to be married (?) Olivia Wilde and insensitive to people who obviously weren't witches. There's a return from the dead for an unpopular character and perhaps i…
 
History has been made. Twitch of Fun has gone live, in front of a studio audience, full of countless fans (if you're unable to count over 60). In an impressively unprepared show on a very slow news day, Rich and Ally and the puppets that could fit in Richard's bag discuss the world's loneliest tortoise, the hands of Prince Charles, the world's most…
 
Rich is back after a week off due to illness and there's lots of exciting robot sex news for him to chow down on, and lots of peanuts. He and Ally discuss what they'd do with a sweaty finger, how long they'd wait for a girlfriend in a coma and whether they would eat poop in order to defy ageing. A Twitch of Fun fan pretends to have a wife to impres…
 
Richard is out of the gates and ready for his sideways looks at the news, but wi-fi issues buffer everything up. People watching live get a terrible experience and the disruption takes the wind out of Richard's star sails. The recording has no buffering though so you can finally see what was going on. Rich talks about monkey pox, replacing hands, E…
 
Richard has been booted back to the Thursday night slot by a furious Ian Twitch, but is it better not to be in the harsh light of the mainstream spot? The team chat about Euromillions, penis flowers, a tribute to Vangelis and Harry Potter's self-love. Plus advice from 105 years ago about how to throw your voice. Which Ally proves to be pretty good …
 
Richard is nervous about Twitch Of Fun being moved to the prime time Friday evening slot, but is determined to do the show without the stupid puppets ruining his big break. He talks about moon cress, skewers the Tories with his incredible satire that is sure to change minds and discusses arseholes a lot. Should the Queen resign? Is there a door on …
 
A cock in the BFG and questions over Richard's mental health, plus a clip that will be played on the news and suddenly not seem so funny. Plus THREE jokes and the start of a nuclear war. There's also time to talk about Prince Charles's hobbies, grim health news, Dave Chapelle and why Countdown is a job for life.…
 
Rich makes a pitch to Elon Musk in the hope he might be interested in purchasing another hot internet property. Also on the agenda are watching porn at work, losing the freedom of the city of York and how Right Bollock has inadvertently sent Rich's career on an incredible trajectory that sees him in the prime slot of 8.50am on Sky News. Plus a char…
 
Twitch of Fun is BACK for an unprecedented third series, but some changes have been made. Who is out and who is in? Will Rich make it into the squad? Ally is on hand to make some slightly out of date topical references and discuss Adrian Chiles' urinal, Johnny Depp's poo in the bed and what makes the Queen laugh. Her son, Andrew Windsor crops up to…
 
A physically and mentally drained Richard Herring is glad to see the end of the second series of Twitch Of Fun (we're taking a break, but as long as Ian Twitch recommissions the show we should be back in a few weeks), but the less prepared and more knackered it is, the better the show and Ally really steps up to bring in the required energy. The pa…
 
Richard isn't in the mood for a sideways look at the news, is he damaging his legacy? Or do you need to first have a legacy to damage it? The puppets are in an unpleasantly frisky mood as they discuss Boris Johnson, Jimmy Savile, testicular cysts, what it takes to impress Holly Willoughby, how it's possible that so many viewers of this show are mar…
 
Richard has a sincere apology to make about his Covid lockdown transgressions, but once that's over we're straight into meeting a terrifying new character who is going to kill you in your sleep. Ally and Richard discuss eternal youth, whether it's time for The Edge to let it go, a terrifying new conflict and how the Queen consumes her fruit. There'…
 
Richard tries to go it alone with his novel solution to the Covid crisis and Ally gives him some advice about not bringing his personal problems into the show. But then isn't the show just a product of his problems? The pair discuss Cliff Richard calendars, racist Dorset roads, Maxwell's cushy prison and how Princess Di's funeral might have gone. P…
 
It's Christmas so this week is much more impromptu than the usual tightly scripted episodes. There's songs, laughter, rapprochement and an old man lamenting his failing sperm production. Everything you want from Christmas. Plus a proper joke, some Coldplay anecdotes and a discussion about whether aliens are religious. And a beautiful duet to end on…
 
The gang are all back, with their hilarious take on all the main news stories, including THAT Christmas party, Omicron, deadly otters, swearing Clangers and what politicians like to do with globes. Plus will Prince Andrew ever be able to resume royal duties? This is the only topical puppet show that dares give you the answer. Also is there a hut on…
 
A sleep deprived Richard Herring becomes surprisingly loquacious and doesn't let the puppets get much of a word in edgewise, but if he's going to get back on the TV then he has to go it alone. Topics for discussion are lots of BJs of all sorts. Did BJ have a baby to distract from his party? Did a man really give himself a BJ in his car? Has BJ ever…
 
Richard and some of his puppets discuss Omicron, Arwen, Meghan, Rees-Mogg, Jizzlane, sex mess and George Michael. Will Ally and Sally get a Christmas number one. And how much would you pay for a RHLSPT Rubik's cube? You can bid for that and more here: https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/herring1967/British Comedy Guide
 
I don't quite know how, but we've got to episode 50 of this show, even though each episode is just exactly the same jokes as last time. Richard has had good news - though his nemesis is upset by it - and he is also continuing with his secret work for charity, that he doesn't like to talk about. The show is recorded under the dulling effect of a nas…
 
In possibly the most fluid and strange episode yet Rich accuses an innocent nurse of murder, blames Santa for Covid, chastises Phillip Schofield for not taking penises seriously (like Rich does) and wonders if everyone else in the world is robots and him and Ally are the only real human beings. Is this a sophisticated parody of an ex-TV star, despe…
 
TOF episode 48 Sex Pest Sex Mess - Twitch of Fun is back after a brief hiatus of having proper work to do. And Ally and Rich get to discuss how it's important to have a name that you can't make rude words out of, if you're an artist, Richard Madden's threeways, Hitler based self-cancellation, selling heir looms and banging against a brick wall. Plu…
 
A surprise guest leads to an impromptu promo for Twitch Of Fun and I think you will all be able to tell who the funny one is in the family. It's a very weary Twitch Of Fun tonight, that nearly didn't happen, but Richard couldn't bear to think of all those excited grown adults celebrating their birthdays not getting their donkey kicks. We're asked t…
 
Richard has discovered where he stands in the Twitch firmament of stars and it's not great news. Perhaps he is too tired to perform today, but Ally comes to the rescue with a song, a merry quip and a disgusting thing he'd like to do to your mum. What does Right Bollock have in common with Boris Johnson? Who endorses the malaria vaccine? Is a dog th…
 
This very special Twitch of Fun is recorded over two nights as the first one went a bit wrong, but it was worth the 24 hour wait to see the gold that the puppets would come up with. Richard is weak, as usual, but is pulled towards comedy by his pretend friends whilst debating the petrol crisis, men who say it's not all men, Starmer's supporters goi…
 
TOF #44 No Sweat! - There's technical difficulties aplenty tonight, but Richard Herring is, or at least once was, a professional and he soldiers on. The cast discuss Boris Johnson referencing the Muppets, a time traveller from 2027 and whether talking to puppets is a sign of midlife breakdown. Plus Prince Andrew comes up with a new catchphrase that…
 
Series 3, Episode 1 - Just How Much I Missed You. It's been away for the summer, but like a cold snap (did somebody say "cold snatch"?) it's back. With the same old jokes/characters/catchphrases and some new old ones. The team speculate on how the new Abba songs might sound and discuss the Chattanooga Choo Choo, bacon with nipples and pig faced sha…
 
It's a happy first birthday to the show that no one thought would get beyond Episode 1. Hold on, I mean the show that no one thought should get beyond Episode 1. It's catch up time for all the living characters and a fond farewell to the dead ones, plus a few birthday surprises. Plus celebrities get on board to tell Rich how much they have enjoyed …
 
Richard is taking on GB News (but then wasn't he always), but thinking it might be time to take a break for a bit, so he can concentrate on his actual proper work. So he goes mainly old school and talks with his friend (?) Ally about whether classic comedies would be made today, the lack of self-awareness of seemingly every celebrity, why Lee Hurst…
 
A couple of weeks off and Rich has come back rebelling against his producer (you won't know who that is, but a good producer always remains anonymous) and with some new characters. Cos what this show needs is new characters. Will any of the old crew get a look in? The team look at whether white straight able-bodied comedians are being prejudiced ag…
 
Rich is pretty tired after nearly a year of doing this rubbish and drives to drive the whole thing into the ground. But the puppets never get tired. Today they discuss World Bee Day, what liquid you'd like to drink through which bone of which monarch, old Friends getting back together and Derek Griffiths. It's not the best one, but the bad ones are…
 
Rich has spotted a gap in the market that he might just slot into, but is America ready for him and will his producer get him cancelled before he's even begun? Ally and Rich discuss being in love with something on another planet, the chances of anything coming from Mars and the latest news from the World Health Organisation. Cocky Carrot is surpris…
 
There has been a shake up at the channel and things are a bit different this week, which does not make Rich happy. But the Duke of York is on hand to go and fight in Johnson's Lazy Falklands and Right Bollock is doing Mary Beard (did somebody say doing Mary Beard?) and the King of the World still has a head. Sally accuses Richard of sexism and Law …
 
Rich is annoyed that he hasn't won a BAFTA but he has a great joke about a giant coin that will surely seal his award for next year. He and Ally test their memory, discuss Blair's hair, but get distracted by the last 129 years of children's television. The disembodied testicle is being haunted by a disgraced TV personality and Prince Andrew seems t…
 
Rich is celebrating Earth Day, though he's somewhat downbeat, but could this be the big comeback for Brian Wasp? Or some of the other more minor characters? Ally and Rich discuss football and interspecies sex and the morality of repairing antique puppets, plus perform a haunting duet. Law Fox has some stiff competition for Mayor of London and there…
 
Richard feels as if the Gods are against him, first he had cancer, then his beloved Prince Philip died and now someone has got angry about his cairns and desecrated and scattered the stones back on to the field. He didn't think anything could be worse than cancer, but he was wrong. Can the puppets cheer him up and push him on? Or will the Gods find…
 
Richard and Ally are both questioning the nature of existence and what drugs are required to create art, whether it's better to have a sex robot of a deceased partner or a sex robot of someone else. Law Fox has a supporter for his Mayoral campaign, Prince Andrew is attempting to rescue his reputation by helping out some quite specific needy people …
 
Richard is so desperate to impress the TV executives that he has crawled out of his sick bed to do the show. Is it a healthy way to process his recent loss and is he going to face up to why all his characters are so unpleasant and right wing. It includes probably the world's first attempt to reference Milton using a diseased testicle; Ally question…
 
Rich is back in the saddle, but it might have to be side saddle for a little while, as he's still recuperating from a procedure which has removed a body part, but maybe given him a greater gift in return. Even though they're both still attached, he's finding his feet and trying to remember what this show is. But he's buoyed by it now being award wi…
 
Ian Twitch's 30 episode commission is up, so Rich is fighting for his life here. Will he be back for Series 2? And when? He manages to cram in pretty much every puppet into this swansong, whilst very much treating it like the end of term treat it is. The future hangs heavy over those who wear the crown or wield the puppet of someone holding a crown…
 
Richard has come over all peculiar (did somebody say come over?). Maybe Cocky Carrot has been right all along. When he pulls himself together we get to see Peter Dibdin as we've only seen him once before (and that was a long time ago) and Ally tries to work who backed the Oxford jab. There's a new judicial system proposed by Richard and someone has…
 
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