Jason and Joel have been writing together since they were spotty.
Recently, they were part of the team behind critically lauded A Touch Of Cloth (Sky1), and wrote the second film in the series with Charlie Brooker. They also co-created musical sitcom The Midnight Beast for E4.
Television has also used their words in The Angelos Epithemiou Show (Channel 4), Miranda (BBC2; British Comedy Award, Best New Comedy; RTS Award, Best Scripted Comedy), That Mitchell and Webb Look (BBC2; BAFTA, Best Comedy Programme), Screenwipe (BBC4), FIT (CBBC), It's Kevin Eldon (BBC2), The Armstrong and Miller Show (BBC1; BAFTA, Best Comedy Programme), Mr Bloom’s Nursery (CBeebies; RTS North West Award, Best Children's Programme), Strange Hill High (CBBC), Tooned (McLaren/Framestore), Ten O’Clock Live (Channel 4), Alan Carr's Specstaculars (Channel 4), The Ones (BBC1), Charlie Brooker's How TV Ruined Your Life (BBC2), Paul O’Grady Live (ITV1), Sorry, I’ve Got No Head (CBBC), The Impressions Show (BBC1), The Peter Serafinowicz Show (BBC2), Miranda Hart’s Unwrapped (BBC2), The Omid Djalili Show (BBC1), ManStrokeWoman (BBCThree), Fur TV (MTV), 8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4), and The Impressionable Jon Culshaw (ITV1).
Radio work includes Kevin Eldon Will See You Now (BBC Radio 4), So Wrong It's Right (BBC Radio 4), The Secret World (BBC Radio 4), Dilemma (BBC Radio 4), The Jason Byrne Show (BBC Radio 2; Sony Gold Award), Listen Against (BBC Radio 4), So Wrong It’s Right (BBC Radio 4), That Mitchell and Webb Sound (BBC Radio 4; Sony Bronze Award), The Odd Half Hour (BBC Radio 4), The Day the Music Died (BBC Radio 2) and the award-winning The Flight of the Conchords (BBC Radio 2). They have script edited Alice's Wunderland (BBC Radio 4), Sara Pascoe's Syllabus (BBC Radio 4) and two series of Recorded for Training Purposes, BBC Radio 4’s showcase for new writers.
They are the co-authors of The Framley Examiner (www.framley.com), the much-loved pretend local newspaper, and its Penguin Books incarnations, which now grace the lavatories of the great and the humble.
They also co-authored a pair of guides to Britain's more peculiar tourist attractions, Bollocks to Alton Towers (Sunday Times number 1 best-selling travel book of the year) and Far from the Sodding Crowd (‘one of the best guide books ever written’ -The Guardian), both published by Penguin, and are sorry if they unconsciously encouraged that table of sweary titles in the Waterstone's humour section.
Their words have filled valuable unclaimed advertising space in The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Observer, The Guardian, The Independent, Mojo, Esquire, Jack and The Idler. They are regular contributors to potty-mouthed national treasure Viz.
They divide their time between London and the pub.
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