Victoria Coren presents the programme which loves to commit heresy.
Arguing against the received wisdom that it's okay to download a bit of film and music without paying, guests Clive Anderson, Rufus Hound and Fern Britton find themselves slightly out-manoeuvred by a member of the audience. In response to the accusation, by barrister Clive Anderson, that downloading of music is effectively theft, he replies "but when I take it, it's still there".
Fern Britton, married to television chef Phil Vickery, has no problem arguing against the proposition that there are too many celebrity chefs, and all three guests find reasons to believe that model Jordan's marriage to cage fighter Alex Reid will last longer than three rounds.
Producer: Brian King
An Avalon production for BBC Radio 4.
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