Characteristically changing the mood after Bruno Nettl’s perspectives on Native American cultures (which you must read!):
Nish Kumar’s The Mash report (BBC) seems to work well with the current remote format, and continues to prompt entertaining harrumphs from the likes of Brigadier General Gervaise Brook-Hamster and Retired of Tunbridge Wells.
From the heady days when human interaction was still sanctioned, and when there were things called “audiences”,* I’m very keen on Rachel Parris:
A lesson doggedly ignored by Priti “I’m sorry if people feel that there have been failings—”I’ll be very very clear about that [I’m a heartless cynical monster]” Patel, not to mention Dominic “Specsavers” Cummings…
Here Ms Parris considers immigration (cf. Stewart Lee and the UKIPs):
For her introduction to The Haunted Pencil (Minister for the 18th Century), see here.
And the news bulletins are always delightful:
Ellie Taylor is in fine form here too:
Another drôle headline:
Plans grow to re-open the economy, so we can enjoy it one last time before Brexit
Satire is All Very Well, but we should bear in mind Peter Cook’s caveat.
On a lighter note, to complement
Bake Off Winner Discovers You Can Buy Cake From Shops
the opening collage has some gems, like