Podcast: Alan Turing is the greatest. Fair enough, you might say. But what about Mandela? Ali? Bob Nudd? Or some women? Robin and Sean lament the all-male Icons final, and search for alternatives. Like in Bandersnatch. Contains greatness.
Podcast: Dairy Milk? Haribo? Black Jacks? What confection sums up pre-Brexit Britain? By popular demand, Robin and Sean visit the Channel 5 celeb factory. Contains sugar.
Podcast: Phil is in the doghouse but the #RoyalFamily have embraced the modern media. What exactly are they up to? Robin and Sean search their website to find out. Contains deference and forelock-tugging.
LBC don’t go in much for celebs. But, like Have I Got News For You, they have a knack for showcasing rightwing peabrains wobbling on the brink of the chute to the dumper.
Podcast: Is the vogue for self-restraint a conspiracy to flog fake gin? Robin and Sean dive into the media torrent of #Veganuary and #DryJanuary. Contains Piers Morgan (not in person, though).
Podcast: Robin and Sean get down to the new, gender-fluid Question Time and recall the show’s boisterous history. Contains answers.
Podcast: Robin and Sean search for business wisdom from the experts, including Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg. Contains gold dust.
Podcast: Robin and Sean relive the highs and lows of the Bros comeback. Contains self-awareness. Or does it?
Podcast: Robin and Sean try to rekindle the festive fire by reading the Radio Times double issue and get exhausted. No wonder – talk about a biblical epic. Contains staples.
Oli stuck a can of beer up a duck’s arse and put it in the oven, which didn’t surprise Monica Galetti, but was probably a shock for the duck.
Podcast: Robin and Sean carve up the Christmas TV ads and search for meaning in Kevin the Carrot, Elton John and the KFC turkey. And Woolworths. Contains some stuffing.
Or is Tony dead? Never sure about who’s dead and who’s not.
A sluice gate opened this morning for a tremendous outpouring of Campbell’s gloop.
You’ve been hearing a bit less lately from Digby. Probably since he said George Osborne deserved a big pat on the back.
Nick is perceived as LBC’s chief goader and mocker, lancing antisocial misfits for three hours a day like a man out hunting dogs in the city with a homemade spear.
Or is it? Is it actually on Greenpeace? A right stramash in the media over this heartstring-stretcher.
Yeah, come on. Who buys Christmas presents at Currys PC World? I’ll tell you who.
Lidl haven’t even bothered with a title. Just ‘Christmas Advert 2018’. Jesus. But it’s not all about him.