I worked in the writers' room for the BBC Radio 4 topical comedy shows, Newsjack and News Quiz. For Newsjack was a commissioned writer and script editor.
Newsjack airs on Thursdays at 10:30 on Radio 4 and News Quiz is on Fridays at 12:30. You can download them as podcasts here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/fricomedy
You can listen to one of the sketches I wrote with my friend, Mr Ben Harris, here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01vy2lq or below:
Here are some one-liner jokes that Ben & I wrote, which also featured on the show:
For the BREAKING NEWS section:
FIFA to consider a rule which involves any player receiving a yellow card having to play the remainder of the game without his shorts and pants.
Local man afraid to admit he found 12 Years A Slave 'a bit boring'.
God says he's 'chuffed to bits' about being named-checked by Matthew McConaughey at the Oscars.
Following news of Gwyneth and Chris's divorce, third child, Agamemnon Cagoule, is upset he will never be born.
Chris contained too much gluten, said Gwyneth.
Hot on the heels of the electric toothbrush comes the electric flannel.
Following a 14th fatality, Dr Fox is to be investigated by the British Medical Association.
Bradford City Council have passed an act whereby anyone wearing a leather waistcoat in the city centre must perform at least one magic trick.
Roy Hodgson admits his face was designed by owls.
Will.i.am reveals he was named by Yoda.
After further cuts to the NHS, doctors have recommended everyone now sleeps in the recovery position, just in case.
And in the COMING UP section:
We talk to Wes Anderson about his new film, The Grand Budapest Hotel. He says it has more stars in it than when a rabbit gets knocked out in a cartoon.
We talk to one film expert who reckons Judi Dench would have definitely won the Oscar had she played Philomena Jamaican.
Gay wasps. Should they be allowed in schools?