Too much PK lovin' for one day? I recommend catching your breath at one of these fine sites...
Movie trivia type historical chronicle of the world as told through da mooveeez. Try it.
By far the best guide to UK comedy, both live and TV. Join the forums and talk to like-minded individuals.
Great comedy resource. This link takes you to my review at Guilfest 2004.
As seen on Channel 4's The Big Breakfast (RIP), as well as a million other places.
Vote on everything vs. everything else, and help build the ultimate "best to worst" list.
And what a page to start your tour of the world of cinema...
If you, like me, went to Nottingham University and were in the New Theatre there, here's their website, including an alumni section. Altogether, "I like the flowers..."
Rainer Hersch is a brilliant comedian and musician who performs around the world - in fact "the world's first classical music hooligan" (The Sun) and "Victor Borge for a new generation" (The Times). His web site is updated regularly and full of information about him, his solo shows and his own madcap mini-orchestra.
He funny. One of the most entertaining Edinburgh shows I've seen.
A rather amusing young gentleman from the deepest, darkest depths of Liverpool.
The future of the pun lies with this man.
Jaik is not spelled Jake. And his comedy is both surprising, original and inventive. Yep - both of those three.
A fantastic compere, comedian, actor and all-round entertainer. And he always looks like someone you recognise.
Frankie Howard lives on in this man.
A man, a pair of specs, a song in his heart and a mission with the world.
A man, a T-shirt franchise, a legal wrangling and a success story. All in one site.
A remarkably patient Nottingham improv comedy group.
Running at least several comedy venues across London, with details of acts & dates & locations.
Personality tests to entertain and enlighten.
You don't have to believe, but this is the best source of information around on religion.
A new site devoted to comedy in all its forms.
Updated weekly with what's on in the West End & Fringe.