He also wrote and presented the BBC Radio 4 film programme Back Row between 2002 and 2003. In 2003, Buxton and Cornish presented Adam and Joe Go Tokyo for BBC3, a Tokyo based magazine show covering Japanese pop culture. In the same year they began hosting a show on UK radio station XFM, filling in for Ricky Gervais on Saturday afternoons. When Gervais left the station they took over permanently, and continued to present a two hour Saturday morning show and a popular podcast until the end of their most recent run in 2006. The Adam and Joe DVD, containing highlights from the original four series, was released in 2004. Cornish has also made a behind the scenes documentary following the making of Little Britain series 2, which was screened on BBC Three and is included on the Little Britain Series 2 DVD, and a video diary of his brief cameo as a zombie, which appears on the UK Shaun of the Dead DVD. He has continued his work in television comedy, directing parts of the pilot of Modern Toss, and the pilot to Channel 4's Blunder.
According to an interview in Word Magazine he pulled out of directing the series of Blunder due to creative differences with Channel 4 and the production company. Cornish has, however, recently been involved with several non-comedy projects. In 2006 he was announced as co-writer on a feature film adaptation of Marvel Comics comic book character Ant-Man, with Shaun of the Dead director Edgar Wright. The film is currently scheduled for release in 2008. He also makes a brief appearance in Wright's film Hot Fuzz as a CSI officer.
In early 2007 he directed the video for Charlotte Hatherley's single I Want You To Know. Cornish and Buxton also hosted the "Coca-Cola New Music Podcast", which showcased unsigned bands from around Europe. Following 2 weeks covering for Shaun Keaveny on the BBC 6 Music Breakfast show during August 2007, Cornish and Buxton joined the station permanently, signing for a year of weekend shows. The Adam and Joe Show currently goes out between 9am and 12pm each Saturday morning on BBC 6 Music. (From Wikipedia) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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