Now on Saturday nights, with a new host in the brilliant young Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges (that's in Channel 4's opinion; we think he's a bit pants), Stand Up for the Week is filmed in front of a live audience at the Koko Club in Camden, London, and takes a no-holds-barred look at the week's big stories, as seen through the eyes of some wry comedians. Also back for series two are Stand Up for the Week regulars Jack Whitehall, Rich Hall and Andi Osho, plus newcomer to the team Jon Richardson, all of whom will be giving their unique late-night take on their own specialist area from the worlds of sport, politics, celebrity and the internet. Each week, a guest stand-up from the booming comedy scene performs an exclusive set. In the first episode, East End comic Micky Flanagan takes to the stage for a guest performance. Hey, it's something to have on in the background when you land home from the local wielding a bag of chips.