BBC Radio 4 commissions a second series from cop-turned-comedian Alfie Moore

Six new episodes of ‘It’s a Fair Cop’ have been ordered  – to air in the summer of next year – following the success of the three-part comedy series last month.

Each episode uses a scenario based on a real-life police case, with the studio audience asked to decide how they would have acted if they were a police officer in the circumstances.

Radio 4 commissioning editor Caroline Raphael said: ‘Alfie Moore’s It’s A Fair Cop has been much appreciated by the Radio 4 audience and provided a very different insight into the world of law enforcement.  I am delighted he is going to return with further case studies for us to enjoy.’

Moore – who is currently performing his sell-out Edinburgh Fringe show ‘The Naked Stun’ at Assembly George Square – added: ‘I’m absolutely thrilled to be given the opportunity to work again with BBC Radio 4 and the talented producer Alison Vernon-Smith.’

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