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- StandUp (Granada Television)
- The Comedy Club (London Weekend Television)
- Have I Got News for You (BBC)
- Without Walls (Channel 4)
- Edinburgh Nights (BBC)
- Reportage (BBC)
- Just For Laughs (Channel 4 & CBC)
- The Stand-Up Show (BBC)
- Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC)
- Loose Ends (BBC Radio 4)
- Loose Talk (BBC Radio 1)
- Room 101 (BBC Radio 5)
- The Mark Radcliffe Show (BBC Radio 1)
- Woman's Hour (BBC Radio 4)
- Missed Demeanours (BBC Radio 4)
- Currently presents her own show on GLR.
- Co-wrote and presented two series of Windbags with Jo Brand for BBC Radio 1.
- The Mary Whitehouse Experience (BBC Radio 1)
- Melbourne Comedy Festival.
- Montreal Just For Laughs Festival
- Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
- A nationwide tour in spring 1996, that culminated in two sell-out performances at the Duke of York Theatre in London.
- "Best Comedy Show, 1981-present". Edinburgh Comedy Awards.
- "Donna McPhail and Katie Puckrick present the Sunday Show". BBC.
- "She's a Standup who's a woman who's a lesbian". Independent.
- "November 2012". Diva Magazine subscriptions.
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