More sport on Dave? Well, we’re not just throwing things at a wall and seeing what sticks.
These matches are sure to prove real highlights of the weekend arrow action.
Watch a whole weekend of darts on Dave, Sat 28th to Mon 30th from noon.
It all started with Josh passing the time on tour by asking offbeat questions...
As co-host on Hypothetical, James lays down the rules and dishes out the points...
A new comedy is coming to Dave in 2019
What was it like to work with legends like Rutger Hauer and Kelsey Grammer?
From demon hunter in Crazyhead to bossy porter Frankie in our brand new comedy.
Claudia Jessie plays naive nurse Lucy, Simon's would-be love interest in Porters.
What's legendary movie star Rutger Hauer doing in a British sitcom? We found out.
Jo plays Dr Kelly, the face of the overstretched, undervalued NHS in Porters.
The brains behind Porters has crafted his comedy from real life experience.
New Go 8 Bit and Go 8 Bit DLC are coming to Dave, starting 15th May at 10pm.
Critically-acclaimed series Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled is back for a fifth series.
TOP GAGS OF THE 2016 EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE REVEALED
Darren Walsh wins our eighth annual ‘Funniest Joke of The Fringe’ award in Edinburgh.
That’s right – Dave’s seven day catch up service is now available on YouView
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He's a frantic comedy warlock who can magic up entire stand-up skits out of thin air.
So who'll be settling down in the Crackanory chair to spin some weird and witty yarns...?
Unlike practically every other panel game show, HIGNFY has managed to stay fresh.
Here's a guide to the stars of our favourite, ahem, reality show.
Stephen Fry stands tall in the great hall of Dave like a titan of trivia, thanks to QI.
Brace yourself for extreme eating with Adam Richman - no dish is too much.
He's a stand-up, presenter, comic and has a terrific first name, don't you think?
The show were guests dissect, satirise, lampoon and generally warp the affairs of the day.
Who says sharing a flat is easy? Especially when your landlady is the woman you fancy.
There's plenty of ways to get Dave in your life.
All about Dave On Demand and a handy troubleshooting guide.
Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond with the car show that manages to be more.
Learn more about Breaks the News, Tv channel Dave's award-winning podcast.
Meet Brandon and his wife Lori, the fiercest competitors in a high-stakes sales game.
What's all this about Charlie Higson once being Britain's foremost funk-punk vocalist?
Stand by for an adrenaline sport the likes of which you have never seen before.
These days, more people seem to know Kevin Eldon by name as well as face.
The boys from the Dwarf return in a brand new series.
Specialises in amusing panic attacks, hilarious dread and rib-tickling nervous breakdowns.
Welcome to the bush flyers, who work away from the comforts commercial pilots enjoy.
Sarah Solemani became famous by lying about in bed, farting occasionally.
Series charting the regular humiliations of film extra Andy Millman and his friend Maggie.
A few smirks at Alan Partridge's expense was all it took to catapult Sally to fame.
Franks Skinner’s Opinionated is a topical comedy show that discusses issues in the news.
She co-wrote the most accurate ever sitcom about being single in your 30s.
We've been fervent fans of the man ever since he played Guy Secretan on Green Wing.
All about the chat show with a difference featuring star turns and, of course, Rob Brydon.
One of the witty wordsmiths behind Crackanory, we had a good natter with Holly Walsh.
The boys take a trip to the home of pasties, clotted cream and Rory McGrath; Cornwall.
He's written for chuckle-merchants like Jimmy Carr, Jason Manford & Armstrong and Miller.
The ultimate physical challenge series in which contestants with balls go head-to-head.
Not a crisis in sight - but plenty of 'suburban issues' to worry about!
Meet Nelson, Vince, Kali and Destiny, the potty-mouthed puppets who are just like us.
World renowned street trials rider Danny MacAskill is no stranger to pain...
Meet the estate agents that are so tough - they buy houses without seeing them first!
He may look like a jolly local butcher, but Ray Mears is basically a real-life Rambo.
Here's a list of the lucky few. It's not a long list so they are VERY lucky.
The Australian outback is no place for the uninitiated, as Ray Mears demonstrates.
This scheduled film will be in tribute to Paul Walker.
Ray Mears takes an epic journey, exploring Canada's unforgiving, yet stunning wilderness.
A New Year's treat of six of the best Blackadder's as voted by you lot...
We pay tribute to our brave rescue services busy patrolling Britain's south coast.
We follow the workings of the South Yorkshire Traffic Unit as they combat lawlessness.
The classic laddish comedy is perfect Dave viewing - so, crack open a tinnie and enjoy.
Meet Steve and Becky - slackers who yearn to just eat, drink and have sex.
The Irish comedian is on a mission to solve some real-world brainteasers and conundrums.
After the success of Peep Show, the duo have turned their attention to the sketch show.
Top Gear meets Tomorrow's World in a combination of cutting-edge wisdom and witty banter.
The series that looked at the life of the humble bit player was bursting with big names.
Since the departure of Angus Deayton, HIGNFY has thrived on top talent in the hot seat.
Dara O Briain's brainy sidekick, Marcus du Sautoy, reveals how the show is made.
Is HIGNFY the daddy of news-based quizcoms, or has Mock The Week stolen its crown?
Every field has its TV champion - for maths it's Marcus.
Meet the most original British magician to emerge in decades.
Alan has proved his stand-up metal with some choice quips on QI. Here's our top ten.
Host Dara O'Briain reveals the show has writers, but sometimes their ideas don't cut it.
Find out everything you need to know about the car-crazed series from Vegas
Celebrities have a day to spend 10k - but own nothing at the end. Harder than you'd think.
Who was the best presenter, the 50s throwback and the curly-haired upstart?
Read our instant master class on the fine art of throwing oneself off a cliff.
Mark Watson is a comedian, author, pundit and husband. There is no end to his talents.
A man. A hologram. A cat. And a computer slightly slower than a Sinclair ZX81.
Henning Wehn is the UK's German Comedy Ambassador. It's a hotly contested title.
Stasis leaks, virtual reality and a new ship's computer - it's all got stranger.
It's all change in Red Dwarf, with Kryten back and Rimmer looking all Captain Scarlet.
David Baddiel and Richard Herring head to Yerevan, the capital of Armenia.
Kryten falls in love, Holly becomes a genius, and there's a curry that's truly monstrous.
David Haye and Seann Walsh take on the Emerald Isle’s second city, Cork.
Charting the moment when Rimmer becomes a hero, if still a bit of a gimboid one.
Greg Rutherford and Josh Widdicombe take 12,000 Euros into Bavaria.
Ever wanted to see Kryten as a drunken sheriff in a Wild West town? Well, watch season VI!
Rachel Riley and Joe Wilkinson are deposited in Thessaloniki with a cash-filled suitcase.
Smegging hell, Kochanski's back! And Rimmer's legged it! It's all change in Red Dwarf VII.
Phil Tufnell and Susan Calman are dropped off on a volcanic beach outside Reykjavik.
Captain Hollister and the original crew are back, which spells trouble for Lister and co.
David Baddiel: novelist, critic, thinker. Oh, and he does good jokes too.
The Red Dwarf crew get to grips with a place they never thought they’d see again… Earth.
Sure, he could punch you into dust. But David Haye's also a very nice man.
Can you believe Red Dwarf began in 1988? Distract yourself from that with our highlights.
They call him The Ginger Wizard. And not as in that runt from Harry Potter.