Britain's favourite Pub Landlord tackles modern-day mumbo-jumbo with a healthy dose of good old-fashioned common sense.
We live in an age of waffle, mumbo-jumbo and bad thinking. We're forever being fed dodgy information by so-called experts, scientists, opinion-makers, politicians, journalists and jumped-up little graduates. Their combined bad thinking includes: the idea that no one should win in running races at school, in case the losers get upset
the idea that owning a house in France is a decent way to spend your money
the idea that we should all talk about our feelings and that would make things better
and the fact that everyone reckons they've got asthma. Why do we believe this nonsense? Because, as a nation we've forgotten the basic elements of common sense. Thank God then for Al Murray. Together with the collecting thoughts of hia locals, he's here to put good old-fashioned British common sense back where it belongs.
One of the few TV performances that actually deserves the tag "genius". - Sun
Murray has reinvented the chatshow. At last, a resounding success for ITV. Light entertainment with brains. - Observer
Unstoppable comedy from the joke-telling machine gun - The Sunday Times
A showcase of ruthless stand-up brilliance. - Observer
Al Murray is one of the most successful comics in the UK with his alter-ego The Pub Landlord. He co-hosts hit history podcast We Have Ways of Making You Talk with James Holland and has had four previous bestselling books, The Pub Landlord's Book of British Common Sense, The Pub Landlord Says Think Yourself British, Great British Pub Quiz Book and Watching War Films with my Dad.
One of the most popular live comedy acts in the country, Al has sold out arenas nationwide, including London's O2 Arena. He has earned numerous awards and accolades, such as the British Comedy Award for his ITV1 series Al Murray's Happy Hour, the Perrier Award and two Olivier Award nominations.