Since his last show he has become a husband and father, seen the UK vote to leave the EU and watched the rise of Donald Trump, all of which leaves him asking one question, why does it seem that no one else alive can correctly load a dishwasher?
Recorded live in front of a sold out audience at the legendary Hammersmith Apollo we find that becoming happy hasn't necessarily ruined Jon Richardson's life.
Discussing the everyday items that have a profound effect on his outlook, Jon’s new sell-out show that will be touring the UK in 2012 is recorded for his debut DVD.
Jon Richardson investigates Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Jon speaks to people affected by OCD and explores the spectrum of symptoms experienced by people with the disorder. Contributors share their stories – from a teenager’s early experiences to a lady whose son tragically took his own life. Throughout the show Jon questions his own behaviour. Is he simply a demanding perfectionist or does he have obsessive compulsive disorder?
We are in the midst of production on a one-hour film on seminal art historian John Richardson, and his work on the fourth and final volume of his biography on Picasso. Richardson shares his insights and observations on Picasso, whom he first met in the 1950s, with Shelley Wanger, his editor at Alfred A. Knopf (a division of Random House, Inc.).
From ISIS to air pollution, the comedian is sent on a mission by his wife (fellow comedian and worrier Lucy Beaumont) to investigate whether the things they are most scared about are going to kill them.
This three-part series follows comedian Jon Richardson and his friend Matt Forde as they face up to the adult realities of mortgages, marriage and parenthood.
Award-winning comedian and self-confessed obsessive worrier Jon Richardson, attempts to analyse, assess and log every single one of his many, many worries.
Picasso: Magic, Sex, & Death is a three-episode Channel 4 film documentary series on Pablo Picasso presented by the artist's friend and biographer John Richardson, and directed by Christopher Bruce or British art critic Waldemar Januszczak, who was also the series director. On-screen contributors include Picasso descendants such as Paloma Picasso, Bernard Ruiz-Picasso, Diana Widmaier-Picasso, Maya Picasso, and Claude Picasso; along with authorities such as Mary Ann Caws, Billy Klüver, Gérard Régnier, James Lord, Bernard Minoret, Robert Rosenblum, Linda Gasman, Marilyn McCully, David Gilmore and Gertje Utley; one former mistress; and one flirtation.