This breakthrough British series, created by and starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge, is gaining legions of fans with its unique take on the "bad woman" comedy.
We all want to see more women in Parliament and on the front bench. But we need a shortcut, writes Zoe Norton Lodge.
A TV comedian is on track to become Ukraine's next president, prompting many Australians to ask: if they can do it, why can't we?
Chris Lilley is now exposed to 149 million Netflix subscribers, but his new show has already drawn criticism for stereotyping and black face. Is this the man to represent Australian comedy?
Do you know your Nats from your Dorothy Dixers? How to spend your sitting days on a backbench? And what's an Antony Green? The "world's least helpful dictionary" may help you navigate an environment some argue has itself descended into caricature.
The Melbourne International Comedy Festival removes Barry Humphries's name from the event's biggest award, following outrage over his comments about transgender people.
Eighteen months ago, riding a wave of success, comic Hannah Gadsby shocked the world of comedy by retiring. Now she has announced a new show.
It's as easy as posting a couple of pictures of dogs, sunsets and breakfast plates, right? Wrong. Being an influencer is hard work — and boring, writes Stephanie Coombes.
After a certain age women aren't really meant to talk about the fact they're still sexual, says comedian Judith Lucy, who is determined to challenge that idea.