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Donna McPhail

Donna McPhail was nominated for the 1993 Perrier Award for her "acute, inventive, fresh and consistently funny" (Glasgow Herald) one woman show A Personality Disorder On The Rampage.

Her television credits include:
StandUp (Granada)
The Comedy Club (LWT)
Have I Got News For You (BBC) Without Walls (Ch4)
Edinburgh Nights (BBC)
Reportage (BBC)
Just For Laughs (Ch 4 & CBC)
The Stand-Up Show (BBC)

She is well known as a writer and performer on Radio and credits
include:Loose Ends (Radio 4)
Loose Talk (Radio 1)
The Mark Radcliffe Show (Radio 1)
Woman’s Hour (Radio 4)
Missed Demeanours (Radio 4)

Donna co-wrote and presented two series of Windbags with Jo Brand for BBC Radio 1.She has performed to critical acclaimed in Australia at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, was a hit at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival and played to capacity crowds for two weeks on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. In
1995 she starred in two series of The Sunday Show on BBC 2, followed by a sell-out nation-wide tour in the Spring of 1996 which climaxed in two sell-out performances at the Duke of York Theatre in London. Later that year she wrote and presented a third series of The Sunday Show.Since then, Donna has hosted After Hours for Radio 5, written a series of articles for Time Out, had a highly successful run at the Edinburgh Festival and performed a thirty-date UK tour. Donna currently presents her own show on GLR.

"McPhail is without doubt the hottest property in comedy today" - N.M.E

"British Comedy’s Top Bird" - Glasgow Herald

"Nothing short of magic...the highlight of the festival" - Irish Independent

"A female empowerment icon before the Spice Girls learned to sing in tune" - The Daily Telegraph