Two rather posh sounding 'airmen' (actually angels) are on a night shift when a (modern-day) version of the nativity takes place in front of them.
Two 'airmen' (actually angels) are on duty when a (modern-day) version of the nativity takes place in front of them.This skit is written in the style of the 'Armstrong and Miller' airmen sketches, using 'street vocabulary' with posh accents...
An alien lands in England on Christmas day and tries to work out why the family at 10 Cypress Gardens is having a celebratory meal.
Any resemblance to a well-known UK TV series based around an aristocratic family living in an abbey in the north of England in the early part of the 20th century is entirely deliberate...This sketch imagines what might have happened if Christ had been born nearby.
This Christmas sketch was added in the year that one English language dictionary listed the term 'Fake news' for the first time.
Two colleagues discuss the true meaning of Christmas. Meanwhile, Mary and Joseph make their way to Bethlehem...
I have tried to imagine how Mary – a young, unmarried village girl - would really have felt about becoming the mother of Jesus.
A possible framework for a nativity play suitable for church or school.
The events of the Nativity seen through the eyes of a fictional - overworked - barman at the inn.
A 'Christian' take on a popular TV talent show with one or two familiar characters...
With a deliberate nod to a well-known UK TV comedy series, this sketch is a very light-hearted attempt to illustrate John 1 verse 5: 'The light shines in the darkness but the darkness has not understood it'.