Richard Osman admits 'it's nice' without studio audience on Pointless 'Speeds the day up'

The Thursday Murder author explained that it can often be “surreal” working with someone who he has been friends with for so long.

He shared: “It’s very surreal that someone I knew when I was 18, we’re now making a television programme or I’m thinking, ‘Oh, don’t mess it up again Zander’. 

“It just makes the day long, you know, if he’s off form… No, it’s really weird, and it’s lovely.

“I mean, you know, if you’re in a studio with someone who you are close to and you just have a connection with, it just makes everything so much more fun, doesn’t it?“ He added.


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