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The sacking of Frank Skinner is a loss to British comedy

14 April 2024

5:00 PM

14 April 2024

5:00 PM

The recent news that comedian Frank Skinner had been sacked from his job at Absolute Radio after fifteen years as presenter feels like a misstep to say the least. It has not been without a whiff of scandal, coming amidst accusations of ‘ageism’. The man himself lamented: ‘I’m not going to pretend I took it well… I don’t want to go.

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