Sat, 22 Nov 14
25 days remaining
Rhod mulls over the downsides of working in a watch-shop, with co-host Tom Wrigglesworth. There's much discussion about which is the mortar and which is the pestle; Barry Castagnola pops in to explain what he's doing in the shed; and Rhod launches a survey of one hundred people, about whether a second cup of tea is ever worth the effort. To be continued.
Sat, 15 Nov 14
18 days remaining
Korkey thinks people should start tipping their grocers after he got top service at his local shop. For Eggsy the solution’s simple; make the thank you personal. ‘Thanks Veg, busy tonight?’ If taxi drivers are all called ‘Drive’ should all service sector workers have nick names too?
Sat, 8 Nov 14
11 days remaining
Does playing the guitar make you more attractive? Korkey and Eggsy strum over this and inadvertently uncover a lost verse of George Formby's 'Leaning on a Lampost' in the process. Also this week Korkey discovers the ultimate presents for animal lovers, including battle armour for cats and a dog-to-human translator.
Sat, 1 Nov 14
4 days remaining
Rhod is joined by friend and comedian, Clint Edwards, and starts a campaign to support a Columbian jailed for stealing two toilet-rolls. Also, the mystery of a pyjama-clad neighbour, in his own garage in the middle of the night. What was he doing and will we ever find out?
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