Christine Brandel was born in the American Midwest but came to life in England’s East Midlands. She is an educator and a writer. Her poetry and fiction have appeared in literary journals on both sides of the Atlantic, and she was a columnist for the arts and literature magazine, Incorporating Writing. She rants and raves through her character Agatha Whitt-Wellington (Miss) on her blog, Everyone Needs an Algonquin.
Tuesday, October 21 2014
Every few years there's a new batch of funny faces making the rounds on Britain's television panel shows. Here are a few faces worth watching.
Thursday, June 26 2014
Sometimes it seems like Rob Brydon is everywhere in the comedy world. And that's a good thing.
Monday, May 12 2014
Vicars interact with a wide range of people, and the motley crew who pass through Adam's church offer ample opportunities for comedy.
Thursday, March 6 2014
For over 20 years, Alan Partridge has shared his life with the British public and fans have embraced him, warts and all. Now, his first feature film is coming to America. Back of the net!
Sunday, January 12 2014
Australian writer and director Daley Pearson is funny in all of his creations and conquers every type of comedy he tries.
Monday, March 25 2013
Thanks to Veep's sharp writing and excellent ensemble cast, Armando Iannucci's satirical look at the office of the Vice President lifts the lid on the powerlessness of those in power.
Tuesday, January 8 2013
Yes, Episodes is Matt LeBlanc's triumphant return to television comedy, but the show combines strong character development, wit, and good acting to deliver much more than just Joey to our screens.