Satirical culture in the UK routinely protects the powerful and punches down. It’s time people stopped laughing along, writes Elia Cugini.
The author talks to writer James Greig about her debut novel – a sharply-observed satire meets horror about the modern-day trans experience and the insidious creep of fascism.
We speak to the show’s creators to find out how the revolutionary comedy came to be, and why it could never be made today.
The in-your-face comedy of Heydon Prowse and Jolyon Rubinstein spares no one, fearlessly satirising issues across the dial.
Trae Crowder's outsider status – ‘white-trash’ meets well-educated – gives him comedic license to pierce bubbles on both sides of the political spectrum.
Jolyon Rubinstein and Heydon Prowse's brand of character-led satire cuts through the bullshit of 2017, and they're taking on all sides of the political spectrum.
A viral music video calls for gender equality and ridicules the absurd restrictions and male domination of women in the Middle East.
Sandow Birk reimagines historical paintings with a contemporary political critique. His American illustrated Qu’ran project swims against rising Islamophobia.
Finding sharp, insightful voices in an online echo chamber of US political commentary can be difficult. Here are five figures you can rely on for intelligent coverage and scathing wit.
YouTuber Matt Orfalea’s bongo rap tells you more about Bernie Sanders’ all-conquering presidential campaign than any nightly new report.
Fox News, the Israel/Palestine conflict and media fear mongering have all come in for spectacular criticism from the undisputed ruler of satirical news.