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The A-Z of Wittertainment

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Hasit Shah | 11:30 UK time, Friday, 27 May 2011

It's now been ten years since Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode first started doing film reviews on 5 live. It's evolved from a slot on Simon's daily afternoon show to the two-hour, Friday-afternoon Humvee that's also one of the biggest podcasts around.

To mark their decade in power, today's show is live from the doctor's favourite cinema - the Phoenix, in Finchley in North London.

They've also put together an A-Z of Wittertainment, in four parts. Here's the first one:



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Here's the sequel:



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Wittertainment A-Z part III:



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