This Week On Instagram

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Here are a selection of this week’s posts from Harry Hill on Instagram:

The selfie as seen in our photo gallery from Harry’s doctorate awarding:

Harry at Gilbert and George’s exhibition at White Cube:

Wishing Burt Kwouk a happy birthday:


Pictures: Harry Hill Receives His Doctorate

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With thanks to University of Kent’s press team and Tim Stubbings Photography, here are a selection of photos from Harry Hill’s doctorate presentation this week (click to enlarge):

Web Burp: Harry Lookalike At Motcomb, Battle Art + Best Of Instagram

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Here are the latest bits and bobs of Harry news:

  • Harry lookalike Craig Wilcock followed in the footsteps of the real Harry Hill by appearing at this year’s Motcomb Street Party. Harry appeared back in 2010. Here is a picture of Craig with TV Burp favourite Cheryl Fergison and fellow lookalikes:
  • As previously reported, Harry has been judging an art competition in Battle, with a video available from Hastings Observer.
  • Finally, here is the best of Harry’s Instagram:

Harry has been with Jason Manford:

Harry popped into see Andy Murray at Wimbledon:

Harry went to see Eels at the Royal Albert Hall:

Harry went to see Neil Young at Hyde Park:

And to end, Harry was at Monty Python at The O2:

Harry Hill On I’m Sorry Tomorrow

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I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue at the Edinburgh Fringe (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Harry Hill will be on I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue tomorrow (Monday).

He will join the panel of Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden with Jack Dee as host in an episode recorded at Worthing Assembly Halls earlier in the year.

It will be on at 6.30pm on BBC Radio 4 and a preview clip is available on the website.

To listen live or again, visit

Harry Hill Back At Bearcat

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Bearcat Comedy

Harry Hill will be returning to Bearcat Comedy later this month.

He was last at the club in 2012 and will return on 23rd July, where he will join John Mann, The Greatest Show On Legs and Comedy Festival.

Tickets are £13 for members and £15 for non-members, with the show starting at 8pm.

To get your tickets visit - limited tickets left, so get them now!

Interview: Harry Hill On Festival Of Firsts

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Richard Oliff has interviewed Harry Hill and Mike McCartney on their exhibitions at Festival Of Firsts.

You can listen to the interview below, with Harry starting just before 10 minutes:

MIKE McCARTNEY (MIKE McGEAR) & HARRY HILL interviewed by RICHARD OLIFF by Richard Oliff on Mixcloud

Harry Hill Gets Honorary Degree From University of Kent

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Coat of arms of the University of Kent. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Harry Hill will be awarded an honorary degree from the University of Kent later this month.

Having grown up in Kent and trained in medicine at the University of London, the university is awarding him a doctor of arts degree to go with his medine one in recognition of his contribution to television and the arts.

He will receive the degree at Canterbury Catherdral on 17th July.

Fellow comedian and broadcaster Sandi Toksvig, artist Billy Chidlish, musician Robery Wyatt, Framestore co-founder Sir William Sargent, Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh and media executive Geraldine Allinson are also receiving degrees.

For more, visit

New Book, Harry Hill’s Colossal Compendium, Comes This October

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mwhoppingmbloopersmcompleteHarry Hill will be releasing a new book this October, bringing together his previous books.

Harry Hill’s Colossal Compendium is a compilation of the best bits from his Bumper Book of Bloopers, Complete History of Tim (the Tiny Horse) and Whopping Great Joke Book. It will be released on 2nd October and is expected to 400 pages.

We’ll have more details on the book later in the year.

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Billy Butler Interview On Festival Of Firsts, Stars In Their Eyes Truth + Return Of I Can’t Sing?

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BBC Radio Merseyside (Photo credit: WayneDaybreak)

Billy Butler has interviewed Harry Hill on his Festival Of Firsts artwork for BBC Merseyside.

Alongside walking through the art with Harry at the press launch last week, they also discussed his other work including TV Burp and You’ve Been Framed.

The interview revealed that Stars In Their Eyes rumour is not true and just a rumour, though Harry commented, perhaps revealing a little, that he wished it was and he would like to have a go, with it being a great format. Harry referenced ITV’s revivals of old formats in recent years and said that he is working on a new show for the channel.

He also said that they are looking into a nationwide tour of I Can’t Sing, commenting on the costs of a night out in the West End being expensive.

Finally, he added that he is starting to rehearse some material in clubs, as shown by recent dates.

A great interview from Billy that delves into his art and projects.

To listen, visit

We’re 7 Today!

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Another year has passed and Harry Hill Fansite is 7 today!

Thanks to all our readers, followers and friends for the last 7 years of news – over this time, nearly 1500 posts and over 6000 Twitter followers, plus another 340,000 hits in the last year.

Here’s to the next year of Harry Hill news….lucky number 7 hopefully!