Udderbelly Festival: Peacock and Gamble (April 2012)

Peacock and Gamble talk at Udderbelly Festival (April 2012)

Selection of Ray Peacock at Edinburgh Fringe Festival (August 2011)

Selection of Ray Peacock moments on YouTube

Stand ups sketch out the alternatives (Metro UK, August 2008)

Eddie Mair speaks to Ray Peacock about the podcast, IPM Radio4 (June 2008)

Everybody dance like a horse (Chortle, May 2008)

Podcasts prove break from routine (BBC, May 2008)

A weekend of recordings... (Paul Kerensa, October 2007)

The one-liner goes online (Times Online, September 2007)

This is Lancashire (August 2007)

Ray Peacock Q&A (BBC, April 2007)

Courtyard Comedy (March 2007)

Cracker Ass Comedy (January 2007)

A Shedload of Laughs (November 2006)

Kill for a Seat (November 2006)

The Scotsman D'oh. Ray. Me. (August 2006)

Heckler at Comedy Night (November 2005)

StandupCom Magazine: Edinburgh Fringe Reviews 2005 (August 2005)

This is London (July 2005)

Durham21: ComedyFest (March 2005)

The Mirror - Men and Sex: Blokes on the couch (August 2002)

The Mighty Boosh: Interview (August 2000)

The Mighty Boosh: Big and Daft Interview (August 2000)

The Wiltshire - Bad boys get all the laughs (July 2000)


"Future of comedy stuff...will rule the school" The Sunday Times.

"Like a kebab on the walk home, this confessional is a guilty pleasure" Three Weeks.

"Curiously charming, even when it's about animal porn" The Times.

"Hecklers be warned - take Peacock on and you might just spark off the second War of the Roses" Metro.

"Genuinely odd, curiously endearing and (dare one say) original." Time Out.

"Crude, loud and bladder-poppingly funny" Evening Standard.

"Immaculately funny" Time Out.

"I was chewing on my notepad to quell the laughter as it all broke down into a brilliant shambles..." Three Weeks.

"Infectious and endearing.. sharply observed and exuberantly delivered, this is meandering and genial mayhem..." The Stage.