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Chris Corcoran

Chris is currently writing the second series of the sitcom with Greg Davies (We Are Klang) for BBC Radio Wales and is supporting Rob Brydon on his live tour. He has previously undertaken numerous projects with Brydon on including the documentary ‘What It Means to be Welsh' for BBC Four.  Chris co-presented ‘Max Boyce's World Cup Journey' with Welsh Comedy Legend Max Boyce and presented ‘Big Welsh Joke' and ‘Little Welsh Joke' for BBC Wales as well as fronting their Six Nations and Rugby World Cup output. Chris also co presented BBC Wales' weekly magazine show 'Be...' where he has interviewed the likes of Cerys Matthews and Rufus Wainwright.

He recorded a six-part documentary for BBC Radio Wales on Welsh working men's clubs for BBC Radio Wales called ‘Nice Club, No Trouble' as well as the series 'Coal Stories' also for the Beeb. He has also been working as a performer/writer on ‘The Full Pontyfringe' and ‘The Big Anthem Fawr' and has appeared on the gala performance ‘Stand Up If You're Welsh' (all for BBC Wales). As well as hosting a weekly Saturday morning show with Rhod Gilbert for BBC Radio Wales, he is one of the team captains on ‘Jest A Minute!' a series for BBC Radio Wales, and is presently creating a series of ten-minute comedy dramas for BBCR4's ‘Go 4 It'.

He will be familiar to millions of children (and Mums!) from the cult children's show, Doodle Do on Cbeebies/BBC2 and he was the writer and hilarious voice of Miss Bunny, the Welsh bear on CBBC's live flagship animated show Nelly Nut, both of which were BAFTA nominated. He also regularly presents for ‘Cbeebies Radio' as well as regular guest spots on LBC Radio. Chris is the warm-up man for a new Channel 5 panel show ‘What on Earth' as well as both series of BBC's ‘Rob Brydon's Annually Retentive', The Keith Barret Show and BBC Wales' ‘High Hopes'.

He can also be found as a Panto leading regular when the festive season comes around.   As a relative newcomer, the former school teacher has quickly established himself on the comedy circuit, performing all over the country, at clubs including The Comedy Store, Jongleurs and The Glee. In 2004, Chris made his Edinburgh Festival debut when he performed his hilarious show "The Welsh Assembly". His mission was to double the population of Wales by the end of the festival, persuading audiences to change nationality. This show gained him a four star review in The Sunday Times and The British Theatre Guide."Affectionate and charming" The Sunday Times ****

"Makes you feel good" The Times

"A funny, funny man" The Mirror