Milton Jones (Author) Milton Jones is an award-winning comedian, well known for his stand-up comedy and trademark puns. He first came to fame when he won the Perrier Best Newcomer Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 1996, and in 1998 he got his first radio show, The Very World of Milton Jones. Since then, he has starred in three other radio series - The House of Milton Jones, Another Case of Milton Jones and Thanks A Lot, Milton Jones! - and appeared in countless TV comedy shows including Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo. He has toured nationally to over 100,000 people and recorded three hugely successful DVDs of his live shows. In 2009, he published a comic novel, Where Do Comedians Go When They Die?, which was highly acclaimed. He won the Chortle Award for Best Headliner in 2011, and a Silver Sony Award for Best Comedy the following year for Another Case of Milton Jones. James Cary's many TV and radio credits include Think the Unthinkable, Hut 33, My Family and Miranda. With Milton Jones, he wrote the hit radio series' The House of Milton Jones, Another Case of Milton Jones and The Casebook of Milton Jones. He has also contributed to several sketch shows including Concrete Cow and Recorded for Training Purposes; as well as children's series such as CBeebies' Dani's Castle and Mr Bloom's Nursery. Dan Evans is a comedian and writer who co-wrote (with Milton Jones) the Channel 4 sitcom pilot The House of Milton Jones. He has also written for The Very World of Milton Jones and Thanks a Lot, Milton Jones! as well as appearing on several TV and radio comedy programmes including Brain Candy, Comedy Zone and Radio 2's Stand Up Show. His collection of short crime stories, Tales from the Casebook of D.I. Snaith, was published in 2012.