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, 7 Mar 14
27 days remaining
This week’s concise collection includes some chocolate chip chicanery, a squirt alert, low-down lies from the library and a deadly dose of deodorant. Who will you forgive?
Fri, 28 Feb 14
20 days remaining
This week’s concise collection includes a fiesty falconry furore, a dastardly drive-by fruiting, a snog free séance and a corrupt college competition. But will you forgive?
Fri, 21 Feb 14
13 days remaining
This week’s concise collection includes a touch of Spinal Tap Status Quo style, a French Farce fantastique, Martin Simpson’s Muttley Misdeed and a blistering blue tac booby trap! But will you forgive?
Fri, 14 Feb 14
6 days remaining
This week’s concise collection includes a top toupée treat, some motorcade madness, a tincture of tasty tomatoes and a fancy flirt too far! But will you forgive?
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