Actors/comics Rhys Collier (Do Not Adjust Your Stage) and Mariam Haque (The Petting Zoo) join the gang on this topical episode aboutEurope. Worried about Brexit & the future of the Union… Well we solve everything.
Comedian James McNicholas (Beasts) joins co-hosts Ian T Day, Chris Gau and Shaun Lowthian to set their watch by the topic of time. Speaking clock Jeffrey Samsung is making a new career move, but not before he’s shared the best and the worst of his experiences as a full-time speaking clock...
Comedian Jay Bennett (Next Best Thing, Keith) joins co-hosts Ian T Day, Chris Gau & Shaun Lowthian to speak to natures friendliest species, plants.
With The Ashes in full flow, co-hosts Ian T Day, Chris Gau & Shaun Lowthian are joined by comedian Will Hines (UCB, Comedy Bang Bang, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Inside Amy Schumer) to explain the Byzantine rules of cricket.
Improviser and writer Briony Redman (Sweet Fanny Adams, The Ladies Of FA County) joins co-hosts Ian T Day, Chris Gau & Shaun Lowthian to take a giant leap forward on the topic of evolution! Professor Doublevay of the Paris College for Gifted Children sets out her vision for the normal education of talented freaks. Get faster, stronger and Fact Up!
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How far would you go for Soup? Having failed to cover such a broad topic back in episode 7, Co- hosts Ian T Day, Chris Gau & Shaun Lowthian dip their spoon back into soup once again. Soup enthusiast Dicky Pickle shares harrowing excerpts from his new book The Things We Do For A Spoon, while a lovely Cream Of Tomato simmers in the studio live. Slurp Up and Fact Up!