Jon Richardson

C4 orders Christmas comedy special hosted by Jon Richardson and Lucy Beaumont

UK broadcaster Channel 4 has commissioned a one-off Christmas special fronted by married comedians Jon Richardson and Lucy Beaumont and produced by fellow comic Romesh Ranganathan’s Ranga Bee Productions. Jon & Lucy’s Christmas Sleepover is executive produced by Ranganathan and Benjamin Green, with Aoife Bower serving as series producer and...
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Transcript: City Council candidate Jon Richardson

In studio with us this morning, Jon Richardson, he's running for the Northwest district seat on the Hutchinson city council. Good morning, Jon. All right, so everybody has an issue. That's the reason they're running. So what city policy was the one that made you go, you know what, I think city council is something I probably should do.
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University of Arkansas

Jon Richardson to Be Honored as Difference Maker

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Just more than a half-century ago, Jon Richardson stepped on the field as the first African-American scholarship football player at the University of Arkansas. Along with other Razorback trailblazers like Darrell Brown and Hiram McBeth in football and Thomas Johnson, Vernon Murphy and Almer Lee in men's basketball, Richardson broke down barriers with grace and dignity on and off the field.
The Guardian

TV tonight: what’s it like to live with Jon Richardson and Lucy Beaumont?

The comedian Lucy Beaumont co-writes this fictional take on her married life to real-life husband and veteran TV panellist Jon Richardson. The lockdown arrives in this opening episode of the show’s second season and Jon discovers he is the owner of the only pub in the country that is allowed to open – the DIY one in his garage. Meanwhile, Lucy gets to work on her BBC pilot, which is being directed by Johnny Vegas, and decides to use her newfound free time to reconnect digitally with a famous old flame. Ammar Kalia.
The Guardian

Jon Richardson

Did you hear the one about the comedians sharing a flat at Edinburgh festival?. Performing at the fringe can cost a fortune – little wonder so many comics bunk in together. We drop in on Jon Richardson, Rose Matafeo and Josie Long, among others, to see how they live. Did...