Presented by Charlie Brooker, So Wrong It's Right is a competitive game of wrongness where coming up with terrible ideas is the right thing to do.
Over a series of rounds, Charlie asks his guests to trawl through their lives for comic calmites and to pitch inappropriate ideas.
In this episode - the last in the current series - the guests joining him to try and out-wrong each other are comedians Susan Calman and Rob Beckett and Pointless star Richard Osman.
The panel's worst experience as a teenager is just one of the challenges in this edition. Will anyone better Richard Osman's confession that he performed a rap version of the Easter story in front his entire school?
The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC2's How TV Ruined Your Life, Channel 4's You Have Been Watching and 10 O'Clock Live, and writes for The Guardian. He won Columnist of the Year at the 2009 British Press Awards and Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009.
Produced by Aled Evans
A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.
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