Welsh comedy writer Stephen Carver asks if there is such a thing as a distinctively Welsh sense of humour.


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0120060613He looks at some of the stereotypes surrounding his fellow countrymen and women.
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Welsh comedy writer Stephen Carver asks if there is such a thing as a distinctively Welsh sense of humour.
He looks at some of the stereotypes surrounding his fellow countrymen and women and talks to Welsh comedy performers about their own views of their national identity and humour.
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Welsh comedy writer Stephen Carver continues his quest to see if there is such a thing as a distinctively Welsh sense of humour.
He explores what makes comedy a universal language and asks why we don't see more Welsh sitcoms on the national television networks in the UK.

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