How funny is Frankie Boyle? And if he is, why is he on BBC Two when Mrs Brown’s Boys is prime time BBC One? Has anything changed since Jerry Sadowitz didn’t make it in the mainstream? Can anything shock you now? Robin and Sean talk bollocks for breakfast. Contains timechecks.
Podcast: Wake up, it’s the 21st century! When people rubbing their hands clock up more YouTube views than Ed Sheeran (figures not verified). Yes, it’s ASMR. Not sure if you can dig nine minutes of pickle chewing or half an hour of keyboard typing? Then you’re in the right place, with Robin and Sean. Contains triggers.
Podcast: Is the TV music doc a shagged formula? Can we get Keith Richards in and is he actually black? What way up do you play and are you in a non-ego zone? Can you find out watching John Lee Hooker: Boogie Man and Word Is Bond? Robin and Sean give it a try. Contains bum notes.
Podcast: It’s exciting . New parties are springing up like plague buboes on the body politic. But have Change UK-The Independent Group (catchy) or the Brexit Party got anything fresh? Robin and Sean unbox the websites. Contains spoiled ballots.
Podcast: Do you wave a card in the general direction of the bar, or hand over a tenner? Folding fans are being left behind – and the elders can’t get their Parker pens to work with their banking apps. Robin and Sean count the cost. Contains loose change.
Podcast: The celebs are back on Channel 5 with Britain’s Favourite Crisps, in the series that’s turned into a cult. Dom Joly, Vanessa Feltz, Basil Brush and all that lot, holed up in the studio, chewing fatty snacks. Robin Gibson and Sean Gollogly crunch the numbers. Contains salt and vinegar.