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  Still Game stars to become the next
Glasgow LiveStill Game stars to become the next Tennent's Lager LoveliesGlasgow LiveStill Game duo Jack and Victor are set to become the next Tennent's Lager Lovelies. The stars of the hit BBC comedy, played by Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan, will appear on limited edition cans. Launched in 1962, the 'Lager Lovelies' graced cans of ...and more »
Posted on 9 October 2017 | 5:50 am
  'Jack and Victor of bowling' Paul Foster and
The Scotsman'Jack and Victor of bowling' Paul Foster and Alex Marshall seek roles in Still GameThe ScotsmanHe says that if they were to top the podium again when they head to Australia next year, the ideal reward would be an appearance alongside comedic duo Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill's alter egos. “It's Jack and Victor all day long. Everybody talks ...and more »
Posted on 7 October 2017 | 10:03 pm
  Chewin' the Fat star Karen Dunbar tells of
Scottish Daily RecordChewin' the Fat star Karen Dunbar tells of nerves ahead of opening her own play and new role in River CityScottish Daily RecordSketch show Chewin' The Fat, which also introduced the talents of Still Game creators Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill, saw her star as a series of characters including Betty, the war-time pensioner who is only too happy to share memories of her youthful ...and more »
Posted on 6 October 2017 | 10:00 pm
  Two of the nation's favourites latest to
Scottish Daily RecordTwo of the nation's favourites latest to sign Airdrie jersey for club charityScottish Daily RecordOwen says he has been pals with Hemphill for years - and after asking the New Broomfield fans which stars they would like to see sign a top next the former Chewin' The Fat comics were suggested. So Owen messaged Hemphill - who was happy to sign up.
Posted on 4 October 2017 | 8:49 am
  Still Game snubbed after Scottish BAFTAs
The ScotsmanStill Game snubbed after Scottish BAFTAs shake-upThe ScotsmanStill Game snubbed after Scottish BAFTAs shake-up. Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan brought Still Game back to the nation's screens after a nine-year hiatus. Brian Ferguson · Email. Published: 14:54 Updated: 14:56 Wednesday 04 October 2017. Share this ...and more »
Posted on 4 October 2017 | 6:58 am
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  Julie’s on the beat in Beacon performance
BALAMORY star Julie Wilson Nimmo felt more like the student than the teacher as she learned a valuable lesson after being lured into her latest role.
Posted on 8 April 2015 | 2:02 pm
  Nicola Sturgeon's debate win just blew
After a somewhat uneventful evening, the result of the leaders' debate did provide something of a shock — a win for Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon. And it wasn't just a win in the polls (although she was 10 percentage points ahead of the field in the YouGov poll and her net score in the ComRes poll was far and away the highest), Sturgeon won the room. She repeatedly received ...
Posted on 2 April 2015 | 11:25 am
  Still Game star Paul Riley on a comeback for
RILEY is heading for China with the Tron Theatre’s acclaimed take on James Joyce’s Ulysses after impressing a delegate at the Edinburgh festival, before stepping into new comedy stage production Yer Granny.
Posted on 22 March 2015 | 1:59 am
  Gonnae no dae that?: Retired
STOOSHIE sparked when Lawrence Johnstone pulled a pen-knife on sculptor Tony Humbleyard after fall-out flares.
Posted on 21 March 2015 | 1:43 am
  Gonnae no dae that?: Lighthouse keeper falls
STOOSHIE sparked when Lawrence Johnstone pulled a pen-knife on sculptor Tony Humbleyard after fall-out flares.
Posted on 20 March 2015 | 11:13 pm
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  From the Edinburgh Festivals with Patrick
East Ayrshire songwriter Rebecca Herd with music from her Heartlands EP, composed for a Fringe play of the same name. Greg Hemphill and Paul English are today's reviewers, they give their thoughts on a selection of shows from across the festival.
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 11:04 pm
  Hemphill’s dog ate his pants
SCOTS comedian Greg Hemphill has shared a hilarious snap of his dog after it ate his underpants – then threw them back up. The 45-year-old, best known for his appearances in Still Game and Chewin’ the Fat, took to Twitter to share the unfortunate ...
Posted on 19 August 2015 | 6:00 pm
  Comedy star Greg Hemphill on how he achieved
COMEDY star Greg Hemphill achieved a seemingly impossible task in his first movie – silencing Frankie Boyle. The Still Game star wrote the part in Gasping – a short film about a man battling alcoholism – with the motormouth stand-up in mind.
Posted on 13 June 2015 | 10:00 am
  SNP welcome Greg Hemphill support
The Scottish National Party has welcomed the endorsement of Scottish actor and comedian Greg Hemphill, who backs the SNP to end austerity. Mr Hemphill said: “I’m supporting Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP because that is the best way to protect Scotland in ...
Posted on 6 May 2015 | 5:43 am
  Pensioner calls for 118 118 boycott after
“I hadn’t even asked to be connected, which is just as well because I dread to think what that would cost. Firm: Comedian Greg Hemphill posted a humorous tweet about the '118 guys' (seen here in an advert for the firm) “I would advise people to ...
Posted on 6 December 2014 | 7:16 am
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  Thespecialk69: @govindajeggy Mate im
Thespecialk69: @govindajeggy Mate im actually embarr*ed for ye! Uv been stealing a living off ‘comedy’ for years riding @^ greg… https://t.co/myeXb0sf0m
Posted on 17 October 2017 | 12:09 pm
  AirdrieTrust: RT @TheRossOwenShow: 1 day to
AirdrieTrust: RT @TheRossOwenShow: 1 day to go. @Airdrie!#@*iansFC shirt signed by #StillGame's @greghemphill96 & @FordKiernan1 in aid of @AirdrieTrust. h…
Posted on 17 October 2017 | 12:09 pm
  ansterfishbar: @0xAlicia I believe it was
ansterfishbar: @0xAlicia I believe it was our lovely customer, Greg Hemphill ... Victor from Still Game! 😊
Posted on 17 October 2017 | 12:09 pm
  TheRossOwenShow: SOLD FOR £920. Special
TheRossOwenShow: SOLD FOR £920. Special thanks to all the bidders and to @greghemphill96 & @FordKiernan1 for supporting @AirdrieTrust https://t.co/b8fcIMqeHD
Posted on 17 October 2017 | 12:09 pm
  LEMacKz: @paulcoxon @jennifermjones No
LEMacKz: @paulcox% @jennifermj%es No graduati% speech has ever been as fun for me as Greg Hemphill giving my freshers add… https://t.co/YvmqsnnPkG
Posted on 17 October 2017 | 12:09 pm
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  Resolved Question: Do you know this Scottish
My wife and I are driving ourselves mad trying to remember the name of this comedian. He is Scottish, and the only bit of his act we can remember is when he talks about his son, in which he states that his son's version of reality is completely askew: "If something doesn't fit his view of the world, he just ******' abandons it! 'I can't go downtown; I haven't got me sword!' and 'Not now, daddy, I've got a meeting with a dragon by the couch.'" Any idea what his name is? We would love to see some more of his work. P.S.: No, it is NOT Billy Connoly.
Posted on 13 January 2013 | 10:35 am
  Resolved Question: Should Still Game Return?
For years I have been waiting for Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan to make up and re launch still game. It turns out the reason Greg cancelled the show was because and he states "We weren’t going to write a bigger sitcom than Still Game or a bigger sketch show than Chewin’ The Fat.” Not to be funny but who cares it was big enough and I want people to show their support by just saying yes or no (include your reason if you wish - best quote wins it) Very simply........WE WANT STILL GAME BACK!! Season 7 all the way to the end! Article: http://www.heraldscotland.com/arts-ents/film-tv-features/not-still-game-greg-hemphill-on-splitting-with-ford-kiernan-1.1042291 '
Posted on 30 November 2010 | 9:58 pm
  Resolved Question: SCOTTISH ENTERTAINMENT -
Should BBC SCOTLAND AND SCOTTISH TELEVISION be doing more to produce go old fashioned Scottish entertainment? 1. How many of you agree with me that Scottish Shows like the WHITE HEATHER CLUB should be resurrected? We have so much talent in Scotland - singers, musicians, fiddle orchestras, dancers and comedians, so surely one of the TV stations could easily produce a series of shows, that Scottish audiences and many people in Canada, Australian and New Zealand would enjoy. Ideally eight by half hour or forty five minute shows would be great. 2. Should BBC SCOTLAND or SCOTTISH TELEVISION, be considering making use of today's talent, to produce a series of "FIVE PAST EIGHT" type shows? We have the stars just waiting in the wings. 3. What should we, the Scottish public be doing, to effect a reconciliation (heal the rift) between Ford KIERNAN and Greg HEMPHILL? They are both so talented and 'just made for each other' in comedy. Come on FORD and GREG, there is enough strife in the world; I am sure that you are both 'big enough' to bury the hatchet. Sincerely, HAGGIS BASHER (Falkirk)
Posted on 16 September 2009 | 10:32 pm
  Resolved Question: BBC SCOTLAND AND SCOTTISH
1. How many of you agree with me that Scottish Shows like the WHITE HEATHER CLUB should be resurrected? We have so much talent in Scotland - singers, musicians, fiddle orchestras, dancers and comedians, so surely one of the TV stations could easily produce a series of shows, that Scottish audiences and many people in Canada, Australian and New Zealand would enjoy. Ideally eight by half hour or forty five minute shows would be great. 2. Should BBC SCOTLAND or SCOTTISH TELEVISION, be considering making use of today's talent, to produce a series of "FIVE PAST EIGHT" type shows? We have the stars just waiting in the wings. 3. What should we, the Scottish public be doing, to effect a reconciliation (heal the rift) between Ford KIERNAN and Greg HEMPHILL? They are both so talented and 'just made for each other' in comedy. Come on FORD and GREG, there is enough strife in the world; I am sure that you are both 'big enough' to bury the hatchet. Sincerely, HAGGIS BASHER (Falkirk)
Posted on 16 September 2009 | 10:28 pm
  Resolved Question: British comedy with
A friend of mine was telling me about a British comedy series that was something along the lines of comedians who were dressed up as older people, and it was a show that made a lot of these actors famous. Anyone have any idea of what show this was? Yes, Still Game, that was it! Thanks so much :)
Posted on 10 May 2009 | 6:43 pm



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