Simon Mayo considers listeners' darkest secrets and worst misdemeanours, as they beg for his forgiveness. Combining humour with heated debate, Simon and his collective sit in judgment on some unspeakably wicked acts - but will they be merciful? Taken from Simon Mayo Drivetime on BBC Radio 2, and updated at the end of most weeks.
Fri, 17 May 13
24 days remaining
This week’s concise collection includes a bad beer brouhaha, a mucky manure mishap, some foolish footlight frolics and a devious denture disaster. But will you forgive?
Mon, 13 May 13
20 days remaining
This week’s concise collection includes a pungent punch palava, a carefully kept collectible catastrophe and some a noisy nude nuisance! But will you forgive?
Fri, 3 May 13
10 days remaining
This week’s concise collection includes a perplexed police pandemonium, a worrying waterway woe, a guileful grilling gimmick and some manipulative muddy mischief. But will you forgive?
Fri, 26 Apr 13
3 days remaining
This week’s concise collection includes a cunning currency conundrum, a precarious pin palaver, a deceptive doll disaster and some troublesome toilet tinkering. But will you forgive?
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