Podcast: Despite the dire state of the coronavirus planet, there have been moments of magic. From Eamonn Holmes! Boris Johnson! Dominic Cummings! Matt Hancock! The Previous Labour Government! Robin and Sean have got bugger all else to do. Contains hope.
Podcast: Paris Hilton is in a kitchen, cooking lasagne. #CookingWithParis. Doesn’t sound that great, but it is. Is she desperate? Or is she just out to make an honest sliving? Sean and Robin hail a work of comic genius. Contains onion. No wait, it doesn’t.
Podcast: Are you a responsible gambler? We are. And there’s no doubt that implies having a bet. By definition. Sean and Robin stagger along the betting path, with: Responsible Gambling Week! Strictly (recap)! The Championship (English)! Racing! I’m A Celebrity! All that guff!
Podcast: Let’s talk about twats. Starting with David Cameron and his twelve-step plan for certain disaster. Idiots Anonymous in reverse. Plus Gove and Johnson, stalked by the pint-swilling spectre of Farage. Sean and Robin assess the damage. Contains mistakes.
Podcast: Why is Quentin Tarantino mooching around with Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, recasting the dying days of the golden age of Hollywood? Was it so golden? Did it really last this long? Sean and Robin clench the fist of nostalgia. Contains shoes.
Podcast: Is there a golden path to gambling glory? Well, maybe if you put in some hard work – or test the limits of the rules a bit. But you’re never that far from serious damage. Betting veterans Sean and Robin take a punt on the BBC documentary by Lloyd Griffith. Contains questionable advice.
Podcast: This is your world, I’m just living in it. It’s a song by Sam & Dave. But Alexa is living in your world! Do you like it? Does she love you? Can she tell you something good? Robin and Sean ask the questions. Contains butchery.
First it was Doctor Who. Now another BBC institution, Question Time, has taken a brave leap into the 21st century.
What is this thing with middle-aged men and their obsession with projecting virility?
Congratulations to the Partnership. They’ve really caught the zeitgeist of austerity Britain.