Richard Herring, Helen Zaltzman and Lloyd Langford tackle the etiquette of travel, including how to solve the phenomenon of 'man-spreading' on public transport.
Holly Walsh presents the comedy panel show that lays down the law of modern manners.
The guest panellists are comedians Richard Herring, Helen Zaltzman and Lloyd Langford, who are all pitching their ideas for new best behaviour rules to tackle modern life.
In this edition, the etiquette of travel is under comic scrutiny - including how to solve the phenomenon of 'man-spreading' on public transport, the need to ban emoticons from text messages, and the modern menace of cycling on pavements.
The panel also tackles the tricky etiquette problem of a member of the studio audience - 'how do I get out of nodding to the stranger I walk past every day when walking to work?'
Producer: Aled Evans
A Zeppotron production for BBC Radio 4.