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30 Dec
As COVID restrictions are eased, small clubs are bringing people back for stand-up comedy shows. Some producers are using this opportunity to fix the skewed gender ratio in lineups as well as audiences.
2 Jul 2020
When Nigerian social media content creator Josh 'Josh2Funny' Alfred started his #DontLeaveMeChallenge he never envisioned it would go global. Now, the viral challenge has not only been recreated locally, it has become the centre of entertainment across various social media platforms.⁣
25 Jun 2020
Next on Popsicles this week, GuardianTV's Nuella Ogunlade sat with Adènipèkun Harmony to talk about his career as a lawyer, actor, and influencer and how he mixes business with pleasure.
4 Jun 2020
On the maiden episode of Popsicles, a new and totally unfiltered show, Nuella Ogunlade sat down with the multi-talented entertainer, Josh Alfred, popularly known as Josh2funny, to talk about his career and what makes him alluring to his fans.⁣⁣⁣
27 May 2020
Very soon, your Thursdays will feel incomplete until you get a taste of Popsicles – a new, totally unfiltered show that brings all your favourite stars to one place.⁣ ⁣
14 Jul 2019
Uber is already known for its global ride-hailing service, food delivery arm, and electric bike rentals. Now it has inspired a comedy action movie.
20 Apr 2018
This barber was trying to clean the hairline on the back of a kid's head. Unfortunately, the boy didn't like the sharp edges of the tool and kept on swiveling his head around to look at the barber to give him a mean look.
19 Apr 2018
Neeti Palta, well known on India’s male-dominated comedy circuit, uses jokes to touch on some hot-button issues considered taboo in public discussions
6 Jan 2016
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There are major factors involved when it comes to where to reside in Nigeria. From employment opportunities, cost of living, transportation, and a host of others. The two top cities that come to mind are Lagos and Abuja. GuardianTV went on to the street of Lagos and Abuja to ask Nigerian's to chose a N400,000 job in Lagos or a N300,000 job in Abuja?
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Bullying at school, or "ijime", is a persistent problem in Japan. In 2020, there were 612,000 recorded cases at schools across the country – more than three times the number a decade ago. What begins as a joke among friends can end in insults and violence. Bullying leads to academic failure, isolation and, in some cases, suicide. Last year, 80 percent of Japanese schools reported bullying incidents. Our correspondents Louis Belin, Ryusuke Murata, Aruna Popuri and Justin McCurry report from Tokyo.
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