The Mighty Boosh

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Netflix pulls The Mighty Boosh and The League of Gentlemen over blackface
Critics call removal of shows from streaming service ‘arbitrary gesture’ that does little to combat racism

Lanre Bakare

10, Jun, 2020 @5:21 PM

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The 50 best comedians of the 21st century
From apocalyptic standup Frankie Boyle to the many hilarious faces of Tina Fey, Steve Coogan, Sharon Horgan and Kristen Wiig, we present the funniest people of the era

Hannah J Davies, Paul Fleckney, Harriet Gibsone, Brian Logan and Stuart Heritage

18, Sep, 2019 @2:45 PM

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The 100 best TV shows of the 21st century
Where’s Mad Men? How did The Sopranos do? Does The Crown triumph? Can anyone remember Lost? And will Downton Abbey even figure? Find out here – and have your say

Kate Abbott, Hannah J Davies, Gwilym Mumford, Phil Harrison and Jack Seale

16, Sep, 2019 @5:00 AM

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Bish, bash, boosh: how The Mighty Boosh started to believe its own hype
Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt’s odd-couple sitcom started out joyously quotable but soon descended into smug nonsense

Luke Holland

25, Mar, 2019 @1:00 PM

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Mindhorn star Julian Barratt: ‘I love squalid sadness’
The Mighty Boosh man is a crime-fighting ham actor in his and Simon Farnaby’s new comedy. Ridiculous, but that’s nothing compared with his acid jazz years

Rebecca Nicholson

28, Apr, 2017 @6:00 AM

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Mindhorn review – Mighty Boosh creator's funny, farcical nightmare
Julian Barratt plays with fanatical gusto a deluded, failed actor given an unlikely chance to redeem his career in this familiarly Partridgean comedy

Peter Bradshaw

10, Oct, 2016 @2:53 PM

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Julian Barratt: 'I have trouble keeping a lid on the self-hatred'
The Mighty Boosh star is back in Flowers, a sitcom about a dysfunctional family. He talks about fatherhood and why he’s too grumpy for panel shows

Hadley Freeman

24, Apr, 2016 @3:00 PM

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Credits roll on-air for the final time as BBC3 becomes online only
Channel aimed at younger audience, which launched 13 years ago, sees budget cut from £85m to £30m as it stops broadcasting on television

Hannah Ellis-Petersen

16, Feb, 2016 @7:00 AM

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Noel Fielding on going solo and The Mighty Boosh: 'I’d love to do a film'
As the British comedian brings his madcap stage show to Australia, he raises the possibility of a film version of his surrealist TV comedy The Mighty Boosh

Oliver Milman

13, Apr, 2015 @12:27 AM

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On my radar: Noel Fielding’s cultural highlights
The comedian talks to Kathryn Bromwich about Patton Oswalt, Alejandro Jodorowsky’s films, out-there animations and the pleasures of Highgate Cemetery

Kathryn Bromwich

26, Oct, 2014 @8:00 AM

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Noel Fielding review – solo standup set is a holiday from reality
Infuriating, mildly amusing and then wonderfully unforeseen, the Mighty Boosh man’s show features some reality-busting set-pieces, writes Brian Logan

Brian Logan

21, Oct, 2014 @10:49 AM

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Noel Fielding’s Luxury Comedy gets funnier the more it apologises for its own rubbishness
Stuart Heritage: The Mighty Boosh star’s first solo series was a flop, but self-awareness (and a hammer) are saving series two from sinking under the weight of its surrealism

Stuart Heritage

14, Aug, 2014 @11:29 AM

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