Toast of London Will there ever be another slice of Toast of London? News post details 12:44 PM, 31 March 2017 Matt Berry gives us the latest update on the situation regarding the Channel 4 comedy Peter Capaldi channels sweary, shouty Malcolm Tucker at Letters Live event News post details 2:43 PM, 22 July 2016 See the Doctor Who star face off with Toast of London's Matt Berry in this exclusive video from a reading earlier this year Radio Times Top 40 TV Shows of 2015: 20 to 11 News post details 7:00 AM, 29 December 2015 Has your favourite show appeared yet? Our critics' countdown continues... Matt Berry’s Steven Toast manages to annoy Jude Law, Martin Freeman and other top actors in the final episode of series 3 News post details 8:30 AM, 23 December 2015 Exclusive: The last instalment in the current series of Channel 4 sitcom Toast of London sees our hero in perhaps the tightest spot of his life Toast of London’s Matt Berry set to make history by playing theme tune live over show's credits News post details 1:15 PM, 07 December 2015 Exclusive: Berry and his band will be playing the song Take My Hand live as the credits roll on Wednesday’s episode Why was Jon Hamm wearing an Ian McShane mask in Toast Of London? News post details 11:05 PM, 02 December 2015 Reference to the Lovejoy star is a homage to his nearly being in the comedy Watch Matt Berry’s Steven Toast fall in love with Mad Men star Jon Hamm News post details 12:19 PM, 02 December 2015 In tonight’s episode of Channel 4’s Toast of London the bombastic luvvie falls hook line and sinker for the charismatic star Doctor Who's Peter Davison was a guest star on Toast of London... but did you spot another Time Lord too? News post details 9:40 AM, 26 November 2015 The Fifth Doctor appeared in Matt Berry's Channel 4 comedy – and then we saw another scarf-clad Time Lord... Toast of London sees Matt Berry’s luvvie face up to stage fright… and Stanley Kubrick News post details 8:30 AM, 18 November 2015 The surreal and hilarious sitcom is roaring back to Channel 4 tonight in the third series – and Ben Dowell urges you to tune in Channel 4 privatisation would be a Catastrophe for UK television says boss News post details 4:30 PM, 16 November 2015 David Abraham says that if the Government sells off the broadcaster, viewers could lose some shows like Toast of London, Catastrophe and Humans, while "the impact on the creative economy would be utterly devastating"