Here’s a comedy CV. It’s not complete. There’s no doubt some stuff I’ve forgotten. There’s also some stuff I’d rather not remember.
Q.I (BBC2, L series)
Ask Rhod Gilbert Series 1 & 2 (BBC1)
The Comedy Store (Comedy Central)
Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3)
Dave’s One Night Stand (Dave, series 3)
Edinburgh Comedy Gala 2014 (BBC3)
Jack Dee’s Don’t Sit In The Front Row (Sky Atlantic)
The Dog Ate My Homework (CBBC)
Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC2, series 22, 23 & 28)
Ask Rhod Gilbert (BBC1)
Live At The Apollo (BBC1)
Man Down (Channel 4)
Stand Up For The Week (Channel 4)
The Committee Meeting (BBC 3)
I’ve also written for Have I Got News For You (BBC1), 8 out of 10 Cats (Channel 4) and Mock The Week (BBC1).
But I was employed directly by the appearing comic. So you won’t see my name on the credits of those.
Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC2)
Writer and performer on Rhod Gilbert’s Bulging Barrel of Laughs (BBC Radio 2)
Writer and performer on Here Be Dragons (BBC Radio Wales)
Writer and performer on The Now Show (BBC Radio 4)
Regular co-presenter on The Rhod Gilbert Show (BBC Radio Wales)
Performer (Bryn) on Everyone Quite Likes Justin Series 1 & 2 (BBC Radio 4)
Panellist on The Unbelievable Truth (BBC Radio 4)
Guest on 7 Day Sunday (BBC 5 Live)
Panellist on Wordaholics (BBC Radio 4)
Panellist on It’s Your Round (BBC Radio 4)
Stand-up and stories on various programmes including:
Jo Caulfield’s Speakeasy (BBC Radio 4)
Russell Kane’s Seaside Special (BBC Radio 2)
Roisin Conaty’s What If It Was The End Of The World? (BBC Radio 1)
Best of Machynlleth Comedy Festival 2013 (BBC Radio Wales/BBC Radio 4 Extra)
Nominations and Awards
Winner – Radio Academy Award (Bronze) for Here Be Dragons 2014
Nominee – Sony Award 2011
Nominee – Breakthrough Act in the Chortle Awards 2008
Winner – Chortle Student Comic of the Year 2004
I think we won a Loaded Lafta for Ask Rhod Gilbert but as none of us went to the ceremony I can’t confirm this.
I’ve performed stand-up all over the world, from Abu Dhabi to Zurich. Ranging from intimate pub rooms to huge venues like the Hammersmith Apollo and Aintree Pavilion.