Benjamin Partridge

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Benjamin Partridge
Born 1986 (age 31–32)
Nationality Welsh
Occupation Comedy writer and performer

Benjamin Partridge (born 1986) is a Welsh comedy writer, performer and producer.


Partridge's professional writing career began when he was awarded the BBC Radio Comedy Writers Bursary in 2011.[citation needed]

Partridge has written for radio, television and live performance. He writes for the CBBC show Horrible Histories,[1] on BBC Radio Wales he is one of the cast and a co-writer of Elis James's Pantheon of Heroes[2] and he also co-writes and produced the second series of Here Be Dragons, which won Bronze at the Radio Academy Awards in 2014. He also devised the BBC Radio 4 panel show It's Your Round.[3]

Amongst his other writing credits are The Now Show, The News Quiz, Listen Against, Small Scenes for BBC Radio 4 and Newsjack for BBC Radio 4 Extra.

In 2013, he performed his one-man show, An Audience With Jeff Goldblum, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.[4]

Since July 2015, he writes, presents and produces the Beef and Dairy Network podcast,[5] which is part of the Maximum Fun podcast network. A sitcom that Partridge co-wrote with Gareth Gwynn, "Ankle Tag", was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2017.


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