The best bits of nonsense from The Greg James show every week. Including big name interviews, Star Caller, Ask The Nation and loads of other guff from Greg’s weird head.
Fri, 7 Mar 14
27 days remaining
Miranda Hart joins Greg and Professor Brian Cox talks all things SCIENCE! We also have Chris Stark of of Scott Mills on Star Caller
Fri, 28 Feb 14
20 days remaining
Liam Neeson is Greg's Big Thursday guest and if you don't listen to this podcast he wil find you! Liam and Greg make a trailer for "Humpty Dumpty" the movie. The 1975 are this week's Star Caller and it's one of the best. Plus there is double Rage Against The Answer Machine messages and Greg's found a new singer songwriter.
Fri, 21 Feb 14
13 days remaining
Sir David Attenborough joins Greg and gives him a unique insight into curling. Greg is backstage at The Brits and interviews Pharrell, Bastille and Ellie Goulding. Alice Levine was on the red carpet causing mischief with Rudimental, Sam Smith and Katy B.
Fri, 14 Feb 14
6 days remaining
BRIT Award nominees Rudimental are Greg's big guests ahead of their performance at the awards ceremony, Idiot Abroad and Moaning Of Life star Karl Pilkington gives a fan a call in Star Caller, and Clare Balding is on the phone from the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia to take part in an Olympic edition of the Wronguns quiz. There's also more Rage Against The Answer Machine and Greg wheels out his impressions again - be prepared for Eggsbenedict Cucumberbatch.
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