I had the pleasure of interviewing for the Christmas edition of the . We talked about offence culture, hate speech, Twitter mobs, the Golden Globes, and why he won't ever apologise for jokes...
My interview with for the in which we discuss offence culture, hate speech, Twitter mobs, the Golden Globes, and why he’ll never apologise for jokes...
Comedy in the era of Twitter outrage: An interview with Ricky Gervais
‘The word “Nazi” used to mean someone who wanted to take people to a concentration camp. Now it means fighting for someone’s right to say whatever they like.’
The interview w/ is 💯 "...but it’s funny because comedy is the undermining of the societal norm"
Gervais: "The people who’ve had to endure real racism throughout their lives are the ones being hurt, because now the term “racist” is meaningless."
An excellent interview with by on comedy, offense, 'hate speech' and more.
Comedy in the era of Twitter outrage: An interview with Ricky Gervais The brilliant on comedy in the era of digital outrage
Comedy in the era of Twitter outrage: Ricky Gervais’ interview with Andrew Doyle in The Spectator