• Funny guy Mark Humphries loves Australia and smiling, as this photo proves. (SBS)Source: SBS
After two years of continually delivering some of the funniest satire currently on Australian TV, Mark Humphries has talked the producers of The Feed into turning over the entire show to him for "Privatise Now: The Feed End of Year Special".
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23 Nov 2017 - 11:58 AM  UPDATED 27 Nov 2017 - 10:41 AM

For a full half hour, Mark Humphries will deliver cutting edge, savage satirical takes on Australian culture and politics as he makes full use of the obviously unlimited resources afforded to him by SBS. "Privatise Now: The Feed End of Year Special" promises both laughs and liberal use of Ray Martin.

To assist you to  prime your funny bone for the special, we've put together a collection of highlights of Mark's work on The Feed:

Nesquik Yiannopolous

Internet trolling is a Yiannopoulos family business. Meet Milo’s brother: Nesquik.

 

Aussie News: Korean Style

Mark Humphries was the only Australian journalist to have studied in North Korea. The style he developed is slightly out of step with his peers.

 

Talking Prejudice

Humphries and Jan Fran sat down in 2016 to discuss the work of cartoonist Bill Leak. 

 

CNN responds to Trump's tweet

My name is CNN and I was assaulted by an angry orange man (aka the President of the United States). This is my story.

 

#NotAllClowns

Movie audiences might love the film 'It', but it has no fans in the clown community. 

 

The 6 point plan to deal with the citizenship crisis

The Government releases its latest plan to deal with the citizenship crisis. Like they need one, they’re doing great.

 

You can stream Privatise Now: The Feed End of Year Special now at SBS On Demand:

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