Wales's star of the comedy circuit, Rhod Gilbert, is joined each week by a fellow comic for entertaining chat and banter. Broadcast on Radio Wales, every Saturday from 11 AM to 1 PM.
Sat, 7 Dec 13
30 days remaining
Rhod knows what he wants for Christmas, the jump suit worn by Bruce Lee in his final film, 'Game of Death'. Or perhaps a cheaper alternative... Meanwhile, co-host Lloyd Langford attempts to convince Rhod that 'Blue Peter' is broadcast live; and move over Jennifer Aniston, the Clare Balding haircut is the new style of choice.
Sat, 30 Nov 13
23 days remaining
Rhod's joined by Tom Wrigglesworth, who proposes a spectacularly successful feature exploring the small but hugely annoying things that have gone wrong in your house, that you just can't be bothered to fix...
Sat, 23 Nov 13
16 days remaining
Rhod and Lloyd consider pianos on railway platforms and firing monkeys at bears, ask how you secure an infinite supply of nuts, and reveal why Rhod is always late.
Sat, 16 Nov 13
9 days remaining
Rhod and Lloyd consider the prospect of a Langford v Edmonds Beard-off, and debate one of "the biggies" - is it 'A Nappy', or 'A Pair of Nappies'? Plus: police discounts at doughnut shops.
Sat, 9 Nov 13
2 days remaining
Rhod's on hols so Korkey is joined by hilarious stand-up Elis James. On a rugby day they launch Omen Dry, Elis becomes convinced Bonnie Tyler is listening, and they play a high-stakes "honesty game" called Committee Admitty.
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