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TELLY: MODERN LIFE IS GOODISH Series 4 of Modern Life Is Goodish is on Dave on Tuesday nights at 10pm for six weeks starting on November 8th. Series 1 was the highest rated new-commission on the channel in 2013 and series 2 - extended to 8 episodes - was watched by even more people in 2014. Series 3 was broadcast in the autumn of 2015 and the figures rose once more. You can catch up on some of the shows on UKTV Play. We've made six episodes for series 4 on account of me having some time off to be a Dad... but an 8 episode series 5 has already been commissioned. If you'd like to be in the studio audience for it, I recommend joining my mailing list as they get first dibs!

LIVE: My last tour - Dave Gorman Gets Straight To The Point* (*The Powerpoint) completed a sold out 92 date run early this year. There have been a number of smaller shows to build up and refine material for series 4 of Modern Life Is Goodish... but seeing as we finished taping that series in October, those are all out of the way for now. But you'll never have to ask if I have any live shows planned... because the Live Dates page is always kept up to date.

PRINT: The new cheap-and-cheerful edition of Too Much Information (or Can Everyone Just Shut Up For A Moment, Some Of Us Are Trying To Think) was published on July 2nd 2015. It's my fifth book - not including the slim volume of Found Poetry. It's available here.

Screen Guild (monthly night) + Straight To The Point (national tour) + Too Much Information (book) + Modern Life Is Goodish (TV series)


Details on every stage show, book, TV or radio series that I've been involved in should be in here.


Various book & DVD covers

A man has to make a living... and selling books, CDs, DVDs and stuff is how I make mine. See what's in the shop.

(Clue: I don't actually sell any "stuff" - so it's really just books, CDs and DVDs)

On The Web

As well as my blog and twitter, I also have a facebook page and a rarely-added-to Youtube channel. Y'know, if you like that sort of thing.

But the best way of staying in touch with what I'm up to is to sign up to my mailing list. I rarely send emails out - but I always make sure that the mailing list get first bite at new live dates, free tickets for TV/Radio recordings and anything else that's coming up.

I used to host a forum on the site, but I didn't have time to run it properly and I don't enjoy feeling like 'teacher'. But many of the people who populated it now run their own. It's The Gorum.