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They presented a few specials on Channel 4 and the BBC before reappearing as [=DJs=] on independent London radio station XFM. They transferred over to [[Creator/TheBBC BBC 6 Music]] with a weekly Saturday morning radio show where [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamandjoe/ they continued to present]] until 2011. Since then, the two men haven't been seen working together much, with Adam frequently appearing in television comedy gameshows, and Joe writing several successful movies, such as ''Film/AntMan1'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTintin'' and ''Film/AttackTheBlock'', also directing the latter.

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They presented a few specials on Channel 4 and the BBC before reappearing as [=DJs=] on independent London radio station XFM. They transferred over to [[Creator/TheBBC BBC 6 Music]] with a weekly Saturday morning radio show where [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamandjoe/ they continued to present]] until 2011. Since then, the two men haven't been seen working together much, with Adam frequently appearing in television comedy gameshows, and Joe writing several successful movies, such as ''Film/AntMan1'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTintin'' and ''Film/AttackTheBlock'', also directing the latter.
latter. Joe would go on to direct ''Film/TheKidWhoWouldBeKing'', while a sequel to ''Attack the Block'' is in development.


They presented a few specials on Channel 4 and the BBC before reappearing as [=DJs=] on independent London radio station XFM. They transferred over to [[Creator/TheBBC BBC 6 Music]] with a weekly Saturday morning radio show where [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamandjoe/ they continued to present]] until 2011. Since then, the two men haven't been seen working together much, with Adam frequently appearing in television comedy gameshows, and Joe writing several successful movies, such as ''Film/AntMan'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTintin'' and ''Film/AttackTheBlock'', also directing the latter.

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They presented a few specials on Channel 4 and the BBC before reappearing as [=DJs=] on independent London radio station XFM. They transferred over to [[Creator/TheBBC BBC 6 Music]] with a weekly Saturday morning radio show where [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamandjoe/ they continued to present]] until 2011. Since then, the two men haven't been seen working together much, with Adam frequently appearing in television comedy gameshows, and Joe writing several successful movies, such as ''Film/AntMan'', ''Film/AntMan1'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTintin'' and ''Film/AttackTheBlock'', also directing the latter.


They presented a few specials on Channel 4 and the BBC before reappearing as [=DJs=] on independent London radio station XFM. They transferred over to [[Creator/TheBBC BBC 6 Music]] with a weekly Saturday morning radio show where [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamandjoe/ they continued to present]] until 2011. Since then, the two men haven't been seen working together much, with Adam frequently appearing in television comedy gameshows, and Joe writing several successful movies, such as ''Film/AntMan'', ''Film/AttackTheBlock'' and directing ''Film/HotFuzz''.

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They presented a few specials on Channel 4 and the BBC before reappearing as [=DJs=] on independent London radio station XFM. They transferred over to [[Creator/TheBBC BBC 6 Music]] with a weekly Saturday morning radio show where [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamandjoe/ they continued to present]] until 2011. Since then, the two men haven't been seen working together much, with Adam frequently appearing in television comedy gameshows, and Joe writing several successful movies, such as ''Film/AntMan'', ''Film/AttackTheBlock'' ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTintin'' and ''Film/AttackTheBlock'', also directing ''Film/HotFuzz''.
the latter.


British comedy double act consisting of Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish. First rose to mild prominence with the Creator/{{Channel4}} ''Series/TheAdamAndJoeShow'' in the late 1990s -- a low budget sketch show with a 'homemade' feel (the set looked like a bedroom). It lasted for four series before they quit, or to quote Joe in the last series: "just as the show becomes popular".

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British comedy double act consisting of Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish. First rose to mild prominence with the Creator/{{Channel4}} Creator/{{Channel 4}} comedy ''Series/TheAdamAndJoeShow'' in the late 1990s -- a low budget sketch show with a 'homemade' feel (the set looked like a bedroom). It lasted for four series before they quit, or to quote Joe in the last series: "just as the show becomes popular".


British comedy double act consisting of Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish. First rose to mild prominence with the Creator/Channel4 ''Series/TheAdamAndJoeShow'' in the late 1990s -- a low budget sketch show with a 'homemade' feel (the set looked like a bedroom). It lasted for four series before they quit, or to quote Joe in the last series: "just as the show becomes popular".

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British comedy double act consisting of Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish. First rose to mild prominence with the Creator/Channel4 Creator/{{Channel4}} ''Series/TheAdamAndJoeShow'' in the late 1990s -- a low budget sketch show with a 'homemade' feel (the set looked like a bedroom). It lasted for four series before they quit, or to quote Joe in the last series: "just as the show becomes popular".


British comedy double act consisting of Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish. First rose to mild prominence with the Channel4 ''Series/TheAdamAndJoeShow'' in the late 1990s -- a low budget sketch show with a 'homemade' feel (the set looked like a bedroom). It lasted four series before they quit, or to quote Joe in the last series: "just as the show becomes popular".

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British comedy double act consisting of Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish. First rose to mild prominence with the Channel4 Creator/Channel4 ''Series/TheAdamAndJoeShow'' in the late 1990s -- a low budget sketch show with a 'homemade' feel (the set looked like a bedroom). It lasted for four series before they quit, or to quote Joe in the last series: "just as the show becomes popular".



Supposedly, the duo meet up yearly to write in a magazine called ''The Idler''.

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Supposedly, the duo meet up yearly to write in a magazine called ''The Idler''.Idler''.
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British comedy double act consisting of Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish. First rose to mild prominence with the Channel4 ''[[Series/TheAdamAndJoeShow Adam & Joe Show]]'' in the late 90s. A low budget sketch show with a 'homemade' feel (the set looked like a bedroom) it lasted four series before they quit, to quote Joe in the last series: "just as the show becomes popular". They presented a few specials on Channel 4 and the BBC before reappearing as [=DJs=] on independent London radio station XFM. They transferred over to [[Creator/TheBBC BBC 6 Music]] with a weekly Saturday morning radio show where [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamandjoe/ they currently reside]].

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British comedy double act consisting of Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish. First rose to mild prominence with the Channel4 ''[[Series/TheAdamAndJoeShow Adam & Joe Show]]'' ''Series/TheAdamAndJoeShow'' in the late 90s. A 1990s -- a low budget sketch show with a 'homemade' feel (the set looked like a bedroom) it bedroom). It lasted four series before they quit, or to quote Joe in the last series: "just as the show becomes popular". popular".

They presented a few specials on Channel 4 and the BBC before reappearing as [=DJs=] on independent London radio station XFM. They transferred over to [[Creator/TheBBC BBC 6 Music]] with a weekly Saturday morning radio show where [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamandjoe/ they currently reside]].

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continued to present]] until 2011. Since then, the two men haven't been seen working together much, with Adam frequently appearing in television comedy gameshows, and Joe writing several successful movies, such as ''Film/AntMan'', ''Film/AttackTheBlock'' and directing ''Film/HotFuzz''.

Supposedly, the duo meet up yearly to write in a magazine called ''The Idler''.


British comedy double act consisting of Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish. First rose to mild prominence with the Channel4 ''[[Series/TheAdamAndJoeShow Adam & Joe Show]]'' in the late 90s. A low budget sketch show with a 'homemade' feel (the set looked like a bedroom) it lasted four series before they quit, to quote Joe in the last series: "just as the show becomes popular". They presented a few specials on Channel 4 and the BBC before reappearing as [=DJs=] on independent London radio station XFM. They transfered over to [[TheBBC BBC 6 Music]] with a weekly Saturday morning radio show where [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamandjoe/ they currently reside]].

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British comedy double act consisting of Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish. First rose to mild prominence with the Channel4 ''[[Series/TheAdamAndJoeShow Adam & Joe Show]]'' in the late 90s. A low budget sketch show with a 'homemade' feel (the set looked like a bedroom) it lasted four series before they quit, to quote Joe in the last series: "just as the show becomes popular". They presented a few specials on Channel 4 and the BBC before reappearing as [=DJs=] on independent London radio station XFM. They transfered transferred over to [[TheBBC [[Creator/TheBBC BBC 6 Music]] with a weekly Saturday morning radio show where [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamandjoe/ they currently reside]].reside]].

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British comedy double act consisting of Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish. First rose to mild prominence with the Channel4 ''[[Series/TheAdamAndJoeShow Adam & Joe Show]]'' in the late 90s. A low budget sketch show with a 'homemade' feel (the set looked like a bedroom) it lasted four series before they quit, to quote Joe in the last series: "just as the show becomes popular". They presented a few specials on Channel 4 and the BBC before reappearing as [=DJs=] on independent London radio station XFM. They transfered over to [[TheBBC BBC 6 Music]] with a weekly Saturday morning radio show where [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamandjoe/ they currently reside]].
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