Comedy pilot about bus tour guides written by and starring Ryan Sampson
Original comedy pilot by Oliver Lansley starring Sheridan Smith
Comedy drama following the misadventures of four former school friends
Spoof documentary for BBC Four
Comedy sketch show featuring David Mitchell and Robert Webb
Comedy which follows the hikes, heartaches, friendships and rivalries of a misfit rambling club
Topical comedy set within the E.U. Referendum campaign following both camps along with political aides who serve Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. A spin-off from 2015 comedy series Ballot Monkeys
Satirical political comedy that focuses on the four main British political parties in the run up to the 2015 General Election
Pilot for BBC Comedy
Comedy follow up to Twenty Twelve, as former Olympic head of deliverance Ian Fletcher begins his new job as the BBC's head of values.
Comedy starring Hugh Bonneville, following the team responsible for delivering the biggest show on earth: the 2012 Olympics
Comedy programme poking fun at the world of 24-hour rolling news channels
Comedy series about the inner workings of a successful PR firm
Spoof arts show for the launch night of BBC Four.
Spoof fly-on-the-wall documentary series in which inept interviewer Roy Mallard investigates a different profession in each episode
Comedy series set in perhaps the country's least spectacular law chambers
Chronicling the lives of people working at a veterinary practice.
TV film featuring Ted and Ralph characters from The Fast Show
Spoof music documentary
Head of Development
Paul was head of BBC Radio Comedy from 2005 - 2008. During his tenure he commissioned series ideas from David Nobbs, Micky Flanagan, Mark Watson and John Lloyd.
Produced and directed original plays from a range of writers including The Importance of Being Frank by Tom Holland (Sony Award nominated), and Almost Always African by Annie Caulfield.
Broadcaster BBC Radio 4