First Broadcast: Thu 12th February 2009
Celebrity guests Germaine Greer and Michael Rosen take part to find out which one of them is the smartest, the funniest and the best at surreal physical challenges. All the questions come from the audience members and text-messaging services.
First Broadcast: Thu 19th February 2009
Celebrity guests Julia Bradbury and Robert Llewellyn take part in a knock-about quiz to find out which one of them is the smartest, the funniest and the best at surreal physical challenges. All the questions come from the audience members and text-messaging services.
First Broadcast: Thu 26th February 2009
Jilly Goolden and Jay Rayner take part in a knock-about quiz to find out which one of them is the smartest, the funniest and the best at surreal physical challenges.
First Broadcast: Tue 1st December 2009
BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour host Jenni Murray competes with former rugby league international Martin Offiah. This week's rounds include one which sees Jenni and Martin shouting extracts from their own autobiographies.
First Broadcast: Tue 8th December 2009
Journalist and presenter Vanessa Feltz competes with actor and star of the The Inbetweeners, Simon Bird, and their physical challenge is Sleeping Lions.
First Broadcast: Tue 15th December 2009
Comedienne Miranda Hart competes with poet and journalist Ian McMillan. The guests must accurately guess when 60 seconds has elapsed by placing a bucket on their heads and removing it at the correct time.
First Broadcast: Tue 22nd December 2009
In a Christmas-themed episode, writer, comic and performer Neil Innes competes against TV presenter Kirsten O'Brien. In the physical challenge, Neil takes on Kirsten in a Christmas present-wrapping contest.
First Broadcast: Wed 30th December 2009
Former EastEnder and comic actress Tracy-Ann Oberman competes against best-selling author of The Long Firm, Jake Arnott. In the physical challenge, Tracey-Ann takes on Jake in composing a sentence using alphabet spaghetti.
First Broadcast: Tue 5th January 2010
Former editor of The Sun turned broadcaster Kelvin MacKenzie competes with cooking writer and celebrity chef Sophie Grigson. This week's episode sees Kelvin and Sophie playing a tickling game.
First Broadcast: Tue 12th January 2010
Ex-Strictly Come Dancing champion Camilla Dallerup competes with presenter and broadcaster Terry Christian. The cunning physical challenge faced by the contestants features Terry and Camilla competing to see who can nod the most in a minute.
First Broadcast: Tue 19th January 2010
Presenter and comedian Sue Perkins competes with doctor and comedian Phil Hammond. Sue and Phil try to see if they can eat, move and think at the same time - the cue for yoghurt, spinning chairs and a word search.
First Broadcast: Tue 26th January 2010
In this episode, former Royal Correspondent and broadcaster Jennie Bond competes against presenter Rick Edwards. Jennie and Rick must make sandwiches - in a sleeping bag.
First Broadcast: Tue 2nd February 2010
Journalist and television presenter Esther Rantzen takes on radio and television broadcaster John Inverdale. Esther and John compete in a name-dropping competition - literally.
First Broadcast: Tue 9th February 2010
How Clean Is Your House star Aggie MacKenzie competes against gay rights activist Peter Tatchell.
First Broadcast: Tue 16th February 2010
Daily Mail columnist and former editor of the Erotic Review, Rowan Pelling, takes on BBC Radio 1 DJ Nihal.
First Broadcast: Tue 23rd February 2010
Writer, actress and comedian Sharon Horgan takes on travel writer and presenter Benedict Allen this week, in the final episode of We Need Answers.