Andrew Lawrence - How Did We End Up Like This?

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012012102520121101 (BBC7)

Featuring road-kill as food and a moving song about the extinction of the mammoth.

Fosters nominated and talented comedian, Andrew Lawrence, kicks off his new series in which he brings us a comic explanation of our development via stand up, sketch and song. This week Andrew looks at what goes in to making our diet: "what we shove in our mouths, dissolve in our guts and shunt out of our poo pipes". Including a rather different view of fair trade, a comment on road-kill as food and a moving song about the extinction of the Mammoth. Sara Pascoe and Marek Larwood assist.

Producer: Jane Berthoud.

0120121025

Fosters nominated and talented comedian, Andrew Lawrence, kicks off his new series in which he brings us a comic explanation of our development via stand up, sketch and song. This week Andrew looks at what goes in to making our diet: "what we shove in our mouths, dissolve in our guts and shunt out of our poo pipes". Including a rather different view of fair trade, a comment on road-kill as food and a moving song about the extinction of the Mammoth. Sara Pascoe and Marek Larwood assist.

Producer: Jane Berthoud.

01Dietary Practices2012102520121101 (BBC7)
20160203 (BBC7)
20170812 (BBC7)

Sketches, stand-up and song in a comic explanation of our development.

Fosters nominated and talented comedian, Andrew Lawrence, kicks off his new series in which he brings us a comic explanation of our development via stand up, sketch and song. This week Andrew looks at what goes in to making our diet: "what we shove in our mouths, dissolve in our guts and shunt out of our poo pipes". Including a rather different view of fair trade, a comment on road-kill as food and a moving song about the extinction of the Mammoth. Sara Pascoe and Marek Larwood assist.
Producer: Jane Berthoud.

Fosters nominated and talented comedian, Andrew Lawrence, kicks off his new series in which he brings us a comic explanation of our development via stand up, sketch and song. This week Andrew looks at what goes in to making our diet: "what we shove in our mouths, dissolve in our guts and shunt out of our poo pipes". Including a rather different view of fair trade, a comment on road-kill as food and a moving song about the extinction of the Mammoth. Sara Pascoe and Marek Larwood assist.

Producer: Jane Berthoud.

Featuring road-kill as food and a moving song about the extinction of the mammoth.

022012110120121108 (BBC7)
0220121101

Comic explanation of human development via stand-up, song and sketch.

02Communication2012110120121108 (BBC7)
20160210 (BBC7)
20170819 (BBC7)

Comic explanation of communication via stand-up, song and sketch.

Sketches, stand up and song in a comic exploration of communication. With Andrew Lawrence and Sara Pascoe. From November 2012.

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032012110820121115 (BBC7)
03Clothing2012110820121115 (BBC7)
20160217 (BBC7)

Sketches, stand-up and song in a comic exploration of clothing. With Andrew Lawrence and Sara Pascoe. From November 2011.

03What We Wear2012110820170826 (BBC7)

Sketches, stand-up and song in a comic exploration of clothing.

0420121115
042012111520121122 (BBC7)
04Health And Medicine2012111520121122 (BBC7)
20160224 (BBC7)
20170902 (BBC7)

Stand-up and song in a comic exploration of health.

Sketches, stand-up and song in a comic exploration of health. With Andrew Lawrence and Sara Pascoe. From November 2012.

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052012112220121129 (BBC7)
05Money2012112220121129 (BBC7)
20160302 (BBC7)
20170909 (BBC7)

Sketches, stand-up and song in a comic exploration of money.

: Sketches, stand-up and song in a comic exploration of money. With Andrew Lawrence and Sara Pascoe. From November 2012.

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06 LASTViolence2012112920121206 (BBC7)
20160309 (BBC7)
20170916 (BBC7)

Comic explanation of human development via stand-up, song and sketch.

Sketches, stand-up and song in a comic exploration of violence. With Andrew Lawrence and Sara Pascoe. From November 2012.

Sketches, stand-up and song in a comic exploration of violence.

06 LASTViolence2012112920121206 (BBC7)

Comic explanation of human development via stand-up, song and sketch.