Moose Allain is an artist, cartoonist and prolific tweeter. He lives and works in Devon. As well as creating original artworks and prints, Moose’s cartoons feature regularly in Private Eye. He published his own drawing activity book ‘Fill-me-in’ and has provided illustrations for several books including ‘The A-Z of Pointless’ quiz show book. Moose has been involved in a variety of projects, including co-producing the video for Elbow's song Lost Worker Bee, designing murals to decorate the interior of a waxing salon in Mexico City, producing a family guide for the Tate Britain's Lowry exhibition, and a "How To Draw … Anything" guide for The Guardian website. He has appeared on BBC Radio 3’s The Verb and has even been lured onto the stage to do stand up comedy.
British Comedy Award-winning writer Paul Kerensa is not a household name. But he’s written for many things that are: BBC’s Miranda, Not Going Out, Top Gear, ITV’s Royal Variety Performance, C4’s TFI Friday, plus he’s script-edited various sitcoms, sketch shows and written for radio shows including The Now Show, The News Quiz and Dead Ringers. Elsewhere on radio, he’s a regular broadcaster on the Radio 2 Breakfast Show Pause For Thought slot. He’s written several books including Amazon Top 100 bestseller Hark! The Biography of Christmas, and as a result of this is a sought-after Xmas xpert/Santologist. As a comedian, he won ITV’s Take The Mike show and was a BBC New Comedy Award finalist.