Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish are British comedy performers known together as Adam and Joe. They are best known for presenting Adam and Joe on BBC Radio 6 Music and The Adam and Joe Show on Channel 4.
Adam and Joe began working on comedy material during their time at Westminster School together, where they created numerous amateur films along with their friend Louis Theroux. Some of these films were submitted to Channel 4's home video showcase Takeover TV in 1994 and led to Adam hosting that show in 1995.
They won the Royal Television Society Best Newcomers Award in 1998
In 2003, Buxton and Cornish presented Adam and Joe Go Tokyo, a Tokyo-based magazine show covering Japanese pop culture for BBC Three and BBC One. The same year, they began hosting a show on British radio station Xfm, filling in for Ricky Gervais on Saturday afternoons. When Gervais left the station they took over permanently, and continued to present the Saturday morning show, until Summer 2006
Adam and Joe began presenting the BBC Radio 6 Music Saturday morning show in October 2007.
Their show won a Broadcasting Press Guild Award in 2008 for best radio programme of the year.