Featuring bad driving and an epic taxi trip, the description of chess as a positive drug, and a somewhat crawly alternate to paper money.
This week featuring the mockery of learning in Scotland, the defence of Rebecca Black, and the ceremonial burning of Seb Coe
This week, Chris and Michael discuss jewel thieves who seem surprisingly prepared for a heist run from inside prison, create a show within a show and take the piss.
This week, Chris and guest Jon discuss the applications of badgers in the
kitchen, appease the Hindu god of destruction, and carefully
differentiate Colonel Gaddafi from other objects.
This week, Michael and guest CJ Donnelly discuss why it might not be safe to hide behind the sofa, why exposing kids to risk is the key to education, and whether you’d want to meet the person who provided milk for your dessert. Also, we look at who takes computer based exams, and an odd set of circumstances affecting the price of wheat.
This week, Michael and guest Rich Wareham spend far too long discussing a sand pit, criticise the title of the new addition to the Cabinet, and talk about scientists learning practically nothing useful from bears
This week, Chris and Michael pretend to be organised, managing to group stories into both a technology section (featuring one child getting into hot water due to downloads and another being traumatised by a Wii game) and a vehicular section (featuring a jump jet for sale and two very different F150s). They also talk about a creepy crawly alternative to chocolate for Valentine’s Day, a man suffering for his art, and yet another cute animal story.
This week, Chris and Michael discuss computers going to school and on quiz shows, question the legal priorities in Malawi, and ponder touchy subjects. Also, there’s the usual rundown of stories in the Anthology of Marginal Interest
This week, Chris, Michael and guest Rich Wareham discuss a good job to me the possibility for unwanted state gifts getting taken back and passed on to other countries, stories which narrowly avoid actual celebrities, and robotic camel jockies. They also get in a knot about what fundamental measurements depend on others, and round up a bunch of vaguely amusing news stories.
This week, only Captain Dr Ninja MP QC can save us! Also, Michael and Chris discuss an overloaded carrier pigeon, MyPolice, and a round up of the slightly less discussable stories in the Anthology of Marginal Interest.