Mon, July 9th, 2018
Monday 11.15pm – 12.15am, BBC2
American born, British based comedian Reginald D Hunter is better known for his highly offensive, but very humorous comedy, famously offending PFA chairman Clarke Carlisle. Starting out as an actor he soon realised he had a natural flair to make people smile and uses sometimes very taboo topics, such as race and culture. His tour titles often utilising words not all of the population are comfortable are using. It is perhaps his awareness of issues and taboos around sociology, race, culture and human interaction that makes him perfect to explore issues surrounding President Donald Trump’s controversial and divisive wall.