Should anything be off limits for comics? We talk to the Frankie Boyle fan who didn't expect him to start making gags about people with Down's Syndrome, like her daughter.
Should any subject be off limits for stand-up comics? Victoria talks to the mum who was looking forward to a night of "nasty" and "clever" humour when she went to see Frankie Boyle. But she didn't expect him to start making gags about people with Down's Syndrome - like her 5-year-old daughter.
If you've got an HD TV - are you sure that what you're watching really is in high definition? Thousands of people haven't got their equipment set up right - so are just watching the same kind of telly as everyone else. We speak to a man who sells them, and a man who sets them up.
And, we speak to a private security contractor who works in one of the most dangerous places in the world, where he could earn £1,000 a day.
- Fri 9 Apr 2010 10:00