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A selection of clips from recent and upcoming comedy programmes.
Damien and Marion can't agree on what to call their 'Poets and their Palates' series.
Damien's recipe for the classic hiker's treat.
Susan reminisces about an ill-fated trip to a therapist.
Nicholas Parsons challenges Paul Merton to describe the London Landmark.
MC Lady Lykez joins the band to spit some rhymes about the wonders of shampoo.
Sue Perkins and her guest panellists try to solve a tricky audience dilemma.
A woman receives some awful news, but will she ever willingly accept it?
Susan on the national dance style imposed on herself and her peers.
Englishman (and audience member) Martin is made to serve time as a joke-telling slave.
Phill Jupitus joins The Horne Section for a musical homage to facial fuzz.
Bridget Christie relives the shocking moment in a book store that inspired her new series.
Mitch Benn wonders what you do with a retired Pope...
Lord Vidar doesn't understand why Sam finds 'Bibbidy' funny.
Kreech tries to help Lord Darkness let off some steam.
A song about life in Space and how it's not always as exciting as it sounds.
Marcus shares the fruits of his eavesdropping labours.
Gyles has a proposition for fellow panellist, the actor Steven Mangan.
Sue Perkins asks the journalist how she would cope with an uninvited guest...
Alex Horne and the band reveal their favourite typefaces.
Mark consults the Dream Man, Alex Horne.
Comedian David Reed on the ten-year-old pessimist who changed his reading habits forever.
Bridget Christie encounters some competitive parenting. In a shoe shop.
Julian Clary gets guilty feelings about challenging Paul Merton...
Sue Perkins asks the singer and 6 Music host if she'd eat an alien as an act of survival.
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