Christina Martin

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Christina Martin (born January 1980) is a British comedian and writer.

She came third in the 2006 Funny Women Awards. She was a feature writer for Viz Comic between 2006 and 2009 and wrote for New Humanist magazine between 2007 and 2009. 'God Trumps', her feature from the Nov/Dec 2008 issue, is the most viewed online article in New Humanist history with 90,000 hits in 2 days and has now been made into a playable card game. She has appeared on the BBC7 show Festival Atmosphere 2006 and the BBC Radio 4 show 28 Acts in 28 Minutes. She was also part of the writing team for the Radio 4 show 'Recorded for Training Purposes' and wrote one episode of 'The Now Show'

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