Andrew Maxwell's Public Enemies

Award-winning stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about four possible threats to British society.

Episodes

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01Food Industry2013101420131015
20131015 (BBC7)
20160202 (BBC7)
20171014 (BBC7)
20131114 (R4)
In this first episode, Andrew looks at the food industry. From horseburgers right up to snail ice-cream, it seems like there's something wrong with every rung of the food ladder. But given that food is essential to survival, shouldn't we be clearer about what it is we want from the industry that provides it?

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

This series will showcase a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

Always adept at making shrewd, balanced and very funny political observations, Maxwell was one of the first comics at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival to react to the riots in England and the Arab Spring and evolve his act accordingly to rave reviews and a nomination. He performed his 2012 Edinburgh show That's the Spirit at the Assembly Rooms George Square to sell out audiences and followed this with a run at London's Soho Theatre. He also performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival last year including a performance at the televised American Dream Gala and at the Udderbelly Festival.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

"Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish.

"Probing into lazy assumptions about threats to society, starting with the food industry.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

"Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by....Andrew Maxwell
Script edited by....Paul Byrne
Produced by....Ed Morrish.

""Probing into lazy assumptions about threats to society, starting with the food industry.

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

""""One of the most significant comedians working in the country today"""" THE INDEPENDENT

""""Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating"""" THE TIMES

""""Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking"""" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish.""

""One of the most significant comedians working in the country today"" THE INDEPENDENT

""Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating"" THE TIMES

""Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking"" THE SCOTSMAN

"In this first episode, Andrew looks at the food industry. From horseburgers right up to snail ice-cream, it seems like there's something wrong with every rung of the food ladder. But given that food is essential to survival, shouldn't we be clearer about what it is we want from the industry that provides it?

Produced by - Ed Morrish."

Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society, starting with the food industry.

First on 4 Extra. Award-winning stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about four possible threats to British society, starting with the food industry.

Probing into lazy assumptions about threats to society, starting with the food industry.

Always adept at making shrewd, balanced and very funny political observations, Maxwell was one of the first comics at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival to react to the riots in England and the Arab Spring and evolve his act accordingly to rave reviews and a nomination. He performed his 2012 Edinburgh show That's the Spirit at the Assembly Rooms George Square to sell out audiences and followed this with a run at London's Soho Theatre. He also performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival last year includingAndrew Maxwell's Public Enemies

"Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society, starting with the food industry.

First on 4 Extra. Award-winning stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about four possible threats to British society, starting with the food industry."

01The Food Industry2013101420131114
20131015 (BBC7)
20160202 (BBC7)
20171014 (BBC7)
20190616 (BBC7)
20201211 (BBC7)
Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups.

In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

Andrew kicks off with a look at the food industry. From horseburgers right up to snail ice-cream, it seems like there's something wrong with every rung of the food ladder. But given that food is essential to survival, shouldn't we be clearer about what it is we want from the industry that provides it?

This series will showcase a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

Written and performed by....Andrew Maxwell
Script edited by.... Paul Byrne
Produced by....Ed Morrish

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2013.

Probing into lazy assumptions about threats to society, starting with the food industry.

Stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about threats to British society

Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society, starting with the food industry.

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

In this first episode, Andrew looks at the food industry. From horseburgers right up to snail ice-cream, it seems like there's something wrong with every rung of the food ladder. But given that food is essential to survival, shouldn't we be clearer about what it is we want from the industry that provides it?

Always adept at making shrewd, balanced and very funny political observations, Maxwell was one of the first comics at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival to react to the riots in England and the Arab Spring and evolve his act accordingly to rave reviews and a nomination. He performed his 2012 Edinburgh show That's the Spirit at the Assembly Rooms George Square to sell out audiences and followed this with a run at London's Soho Theatre. He also performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival last year including a performance at the televised American Dream Gala and at the Udderbelly Festival.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

"Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish.

"Probing into lazy assumptions about threats to society, starting with the food industry.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

"Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by....Andrew Maxwell
Script edited by....Paul Byrne
Produced by....Ed Morrish.

""One of the most significant comedians working in the country today"" THE INDEPENDENT

""Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating"" THE TIMES

""Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking"" THE SCOTSMAN

Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society, starting with the food industry."

"Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society, starting with the food industry.

Produced by - Ed Morrish."

Written and performed by....Andrew Maxwell
Script edited by.... Paul Byrne
Produced by....Ed Morrish.

Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society, starting with the food industry.

02Internet2013102120131022
20131022 (BBC7)
20131121 (R4)
In this second episode, Andrew will tackle the internet. Whether it's online pornography twisting our children's minds or GCHQ reading our emails, it seems only right to have a healthy distrust of the internet. But surely, to paraphrase a former Prime Minister, there's no such thing as the Internet - there are men, and women, and lolcats. What is it about the internet that makes people on it so scary?

"In this second episode, Andrew will tackle the internet. Whether it's online pornography twisting our children's minds or GCHQ reading our emails, it seems only right to have a healthy distrust of the internet. But surely, to paraphrase a former Prime Minister, there's no such thing as the Internet - there are men, and women, and lolcats. What is it about the internet that makes people on it so scary?

Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society. This week, the internet.

Award-winning stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about four possible threats to British society. This week, the internet."

"In this second episode, Andrew will tackle the internet. Whether it's online pornography twisting our children's minds or GCHQ reading our emails, it seems only right to have a healthy distrust of the internet. But surely, to paraphrase a former Prime Minister, there's no such thing as the Internet - there are men, and women, and lolcats. What is it about the internet that makes people on it so scary?"

"Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society. This week, the internet.

02The Internet2013102120131022
20131022 (BBC7)
20160209 (BBC7)
20171021 (BBC7)
20190623 (BBC7)
20131121 (R4)
"What is it about the internet that people find threatening?

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

This series will showcase a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

In this second episode, Andrew will tackle the internet. Whether it's online pornography twisting our children's minds or GCHQ reading our emails, it seems only right to have a healthy distrust of the internet. But surely, to paraphrase a former Prime Minister, there's no such thing as the Internet - there are men, and women, and lolcats. What is it about the internet that makes people on it so scary?

Always adept at making shrewd, balanced and very funny political observations, Maxwell was one of the first comics at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival to react to the riots in England and the Arab Spring and evolve his act accordingly to rave reviews and a nomination. He performed his 2012 Edinburgh show That's the Spirit at the Assembly Rooms George Square to sell out audiences and followed this with a run at London's Soho Theatre. He also performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival last year including a performance at the televised American Dream Gala and at the Udderbelly Festival.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

Written and performed by....Andrew Maxwell
Script edited by....Paul Byrne
Produced by....Ed Morrish.

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

""One of the most significant comedians working in the country today"" THE INDEPENDENT

""Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating"" THE TIMES

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish."

""""One of the most significant comedians working in the country today"""" THE INDEPENDENT

""""Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating"""" THE TIMES

Written and performed by....Andrew Maxwell
Script edited by....Paul Byrne
Produced by....Ed Morrish.

Stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about threats to British society

Andrew tackles the internet. Whether it's online pornography twisting our children's minds or GCHQ reading our emails, it seems only right to have a healthy distrust of the internet.

Written and performed by Andrew Maxwell.

Script edited by Paul Byrne.
Producer: Ed Morrish

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2013.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish.

02The Internet2013102120131121
20131022 (BBC7)
20160209 (BBC7)
20171021 (BBC7)
20201218 (BBC7)
Andrew tackles the internet. Whether it's online pornography twisting our children's minds or GCHQ reading our emails, it seems only right to have a healthy distrust of the internet.

But surely, to paraphrase a former prime minister, there's no such thing as the Internet - there are men, and women, and lolcats. What is it about the internet that makes people on it so scary?

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

A series showcasing a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

Written and performed by Andrew Maxwell.

Script edited by Paul Byrne.
Producer: Ed Morrish

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2013.

What is it about the internet that people find threatening?

Stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about threats to British society

But surely, to paraphrase a former Prime Minister, there's no such thing as the Internet - there are men, and women, and lolcats. What is it about the internet that makes people on it so scary?

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

This series will showcase a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

Written and performed by Andrew Maxwell.

Script edited by Paul Byrne.
Producer: Ed Morrish

Stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about threats to British society

In this second episode, Andrew will tackle the internet. Whether it's online pornography twisting our children's minds or GCHQ reading our emails, it seems only right to have a healthy distrust of the internet. But surely, to paraphrase a former Prime Minister, there's no such thing as the Internet - there are men, and women, and lolcats. What is it about the internet that makes people on it so scary?

Always adept at making shrewd, balanced and very funny political observations, Maxwell was one of the first comics at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival to react to the riots in England and the Arab Spring and evolve his act accordingly to rave reviews and a nomination. He performed his 2012 Edinburgh show That's the Spirit at the Assembly Rooms George Square to sell out audiences and followed this with a run at London's Soho Theatre. He also performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival last year including a performance at the televised American Dream Gala and at the Udderbelly Festival.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish.

"What is it about the internet that people find threatening?

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

Written and performed by....Andrew Maxwell
Script edited by....Paul Byrne
Produced by....Ed Morrish.

""One of the most significant comedians working in the country today"" THE INDEPENDENT

""Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating"" THE TIMES

What is it about the internet that makes people on it so scary?"

"What is it about the internet that makes people on it so scary?

"

03Drugs Trade2013102820131029
20131029 (BBC7)
20160216 (BBC7)
20171028 (BBC7)
20190630 (BBC7)
20131128 (R4)
The drugs trade is one of our few booming industries. In this third episode, Andrew looks at the facts behind both the illegal and legal drugs. What are the risks? What are the problems? And what can we do about either?

"The drugs trade is one of our few booming industries. In this third episode, Andrew looks at the facts behind both the illegal and legal drugs. What are the risks? What are the problems? And what can we do about either?"

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

This series will showcase a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

Always adept at making shrewd, balanced and very funny political observations, Maxwell was one of the first comics at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival to react to the riots in England and the Arab Spring and evolve his act accordingly to rave reviews and a nomination. He performed his 2012 Edinburgh show That's the Spirit at the Assembly Rooms George Square to sell out audiences and followed this with a run at London's Soho Theatre. He also performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival last year including a performance at the televised American Dream Gala and at the Udderbelly Festival.

""One of the most significant comedians working in the country today"" THE INDEPENDENT

""Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating"" THE TIMES

""Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking"" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish."

Andrew Maxwell's probe into the assumed threats of the drugs trade to British society.

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

"Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by....Andrew Maxwell
Script edited by....Paul Byrne
Produced by....Ed Morrish.

"

Stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about threats to British society

This series showcases a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

Written and performed by Andrew Maxwell.

Script edited by Paul Byrne.
Producer: Ed Morrish

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2013.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

"Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish.

Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society. This week, the drugs trade.

Award-winning stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about four possible threats to British society. This week, the drugs trade.

" This week, the drugs trade.

Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society. This week, the drugs trade."

03Drugs Trade2013102820131128
20131029 (BBC7)
20160216 (BBC7)
20171028 (BBC7)
20201225 (BBC7)
The drugs trade is one of our few booming industries.

Andrew looks at the facts behind both the illegal and legal drugs. What are the risks? What are the problems? And what can we do about either?

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

This series showcases a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

Written and performed by Andrew Maxwell.

Script edited by Paul Byrne.
Producer: Ed Morrish

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2013.

Andrew Maxwell's probe into the assumed threats of the drugs trade to British society.

Stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about threats to British society

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

Written and performed by Andrew Maxwell.

Script edited by Paul Byrne.
Producer: Ed Morrish

Andrew Maxwell's probe into the assumed threats of the drugs trade to British society.

Stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about threats to British society

This series will showcase a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

The drugs trade is one of our few booming industries. In this third episode, Andrew looks at the facts behind both the illegal and legal drugs. What are the risks? What are the problems? And what can we do about either?

Always adept at making shrewd, balanced and very funny political observations, Maxwell was one of the first comics at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival to react to the riots in England and the Arab Spring and evolve his act accordingly to rave reviews and a nomination. He performed his 2012 Edinburgh show That's the Spirit at the Assembly Rooms George Square to sell out audiences and followed this with a run at London's Soho Theatre. He also performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival last year including a performance at the televised American Dream Gala and at the Udderbelly Festival.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

"Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish.

"Andrew Maxwell's probe into the assumed threats of the drugs trade to British society.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

"Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by....Andrew Maxwell
Script edited by....Paul Byrne
Produced by....Ed Morrish.

""One of the most significant comedians working in the country today"" THE INDEPENDENT

""Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating"" THE TIMES

""Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking"" THE SCOTSMAN

Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society. This week, the drugs trade.

Andrew looks at the facts behind both the illegal and legal drugs."

"Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

04Nationalism2013110420160223 (BBC7)
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Andrew looks at Nationalists, from a variety of movements, who are easy to demonise. So very, very easy.

But rather than do that - and it really is very easy - Andrew will explore the reasons for joining such organisations and the logical outcomes of their policies.

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

Series showcasing a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

Written and performed by Andrew Maxwell.

Script edited by Paul Byrne.
Producer: Ed Morrish

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 2013.

Andrew explores the reasons for joining nationalist organisations.

Stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about threats to British society

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

Written and performed by Andrew Maxwell.

Script edited by Paul Byrne.
Producer: Ed Morrish

Stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about threats to British society

This series will showcase a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

In this last edition, Andrew looks at Nationalists, from a variety of movements, who are easy to demonise. So very, very easy. But rather than do that - and it really is very easy - Andrew will explore the reasons for joining such organisations and the logical outcomes of their policies.

Always adept at making shrewd, balanced and very funny political observations, Maxwell was one of the first comics at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival to react to the riots in England and the Arab Spring and evolve his act accordingly to rave reviews and a nomination. He performed his 2012 Edinburgh show That's the Spirit at the Assembly Rooms George Square to sell out audiences and followed this with a run at London's Soho Theatre. He also performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival last year including a performance at the televised American Dream Gala and at the Udderbelly Festival.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

"Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish.

04Nationalism20171104Andrew explores the reasons for joining nationalist organisations.

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

This series will showcase a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

In this last edition, Andrew looks at Nationalists, from a variety of movements, who are easy to demonise. So very, very easy. But rather than do that - and it really is very easy - Andrew will explore the reasons for joining such organisations and the logical outcomes of their policies.

Always adept at making shrewd, balanced and very funny political observations, Maxwell was one of the first comics at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival to react to the riots in England and the Arab Spring and evolve his act accordingly to rave reviews and a nomination. He performed his 2012 Edinburgh show That's the Spirit at the Assembly Rooms George Square to sell out audiences and followed this with a run at London's Soho Theatre. He also performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival last year including a performance at the televised American Dream Gala and at the Udderbelly Festival.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

"Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by.... Andrew Maxwell
Script edited by.... Paul Byrne
Produced by.... Ed Morrish.

04 LASTNationalism2013110420131105
20131105 (BBC7)
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In this last edition, Andrew looks at Nationalists, from a variety of movements, who are easy to demonise. So very, very easy. But rather than do that - and it really is very easy - Andrew will explore the reasons for joining such organisations and the logical outcomes of their policies.

"In this last edition, Andrew looks at Nationalists, from a variety of movements, who are easy to demonise. So very, very easy. But rather than do that - and it really is very easy - Andrew will explore the reasons for joining such organisations and the logical outcomes of their policies.

Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society. This week, nationalism.

Andrew explores the reasons for joining nationalist organisations.

Award-winning stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about four possible threats to British society. This week, nationalism.

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

This series will showcase a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

Always adept at making shrewd, balanced and very funny political observations, Maxwell was one of the first comics at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival to react to the riots in England and the Arab Spring and evolve his act accordingly to rave reviews and a nomination. He performed his 2012 Edinburgh show That's the Spirit at the Assembly Rooms George Square to sell out audiences and followed this with a run at London's Soho Theatre. He also performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival last year including a performance at the televised American Dream Gala and at the Udderbelly Festival.

""One of the most significant comedians working in the country today"" THE INDEPENDENT

""Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating"" THE TIMES

""Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking"" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish.

In this last edition, Andrew looks at Nationalists, from a variety of movements, who are easy to demonise. So very, very easy. But rather than do that - and it really is very easy - Andrew will explore the reasons for joining such organisations and the logical outcomes of their policies.

Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish."

"In this last edition, Andrew looks at Nationalists, from a variety of movements, who are easy to demonise. So very, very easy. But rather than do that - and it really is very easy - Andrew will explore the reasons for joining such organisations and the logical outcomes of their policies."

"In this last edition, Andrew looks at Nationalists, from a variety of movements, who are easy to demonise. So very, very easy. But rather than do that - and it really is very easy - Andrew will explore the reasons for joining such organisations and the logical outcomes of their policies.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

"Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking" THE SCOTSMAN

"Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society. This week, nationalism.

Award-winning stand-up Andrew Maxwell digs behind the lazy assumptions about four possible threats to British society. This week, nationalism."

04 LASTNationalism2013110420131205Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

This series will showcase a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

In this last edition, Andrew looks at Nationalists, from a variety of movements, who are easy to demonise. So very, very easy. But rather than do that - and it really is very easy - Andrew will explore the reasons for joining such organisations and the logical outcomes of their policies.

Always adept at making shrewd, balanced and very funny political observations, Maxwell was one of the first comics at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival to react to the riots in England and the Arab Spring and evolve his act accordingly to rave reviews and a nomination. He performed his 2012 Edinburgh show That's the Spirit at the Assembly Rooms George Square to sell out audiences and followed this with a run at London's Soho Theatre. He also performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival last year including a performance at the televised American Dream Gala and at the Udderbelly Festival.

"One of the most significant comedians working in the country today" THE INDEPENDENT

"Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating" THE TIMES

"Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish.

"Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

""One of the most significant comedians working in the country today"" THE INDEPENDENT

""Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating"" THE TIMES

""Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking"" THE SCOTSMAN

Produced by - Ed Morrish."

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In this last edition, Andrew looks at Nationalists, from a variety of movements, who are easy to demonise. So very, very easy. But rather than do that - and it really is very easy - Andrew will explore the reasons for joining such organisations and the logical outcomes of their policies.

"Andrew Maxwell is one of the UK's most informed and fearless stand ups. In this series of one-off stand up shows, he uses his trademark intelligence and political incisiveness to dig behind the clichés and assumptions about four possible threats to British society: food, the internet, drugs and Nationalism.

This series will showcase a comedian at the top of his abilities tackling difficult and important 'slow news' topics with a depth and perceptiveness that remains outside the remit of mainstream 'topical' comedy.

Always adept at making shrewd, balanced and very funny political observations, Maxwell was one of the first comics at the 2011 Edinburgh Festival to react to the riots in England and the Arab Spring and evolve his act accordingly to rave reviews and a nomination. He performed his 2012 Edinburgh show That's the Spirit at the Assembly Rooms George Square to sell out audiences and followed this with a run at London's Soho Theatre. He also performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival last year including a performance at the televised American Dream Gala and at the Udderbelly Festival.

""One of the most significant comedians working in the country today"" THE INDEPENDENT

""Fiercely funny and utterly invigorating"" THE TIMES

""Stand up. is rarely this politically well-informed or thought-provoking"" THE SCOTSMAN

Written and performed by - Andrew Maxwell

Script edited by - Paul Byrne

Produced by - Ed Morrish.

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