BCG Daily Wednesday 27th November 2019

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Bad Cramps - Game Of Temps

Danni and Georgie go head-to-head at a temp agency. Georgie storms ahead by getting into the building first, but Danni's 'Temp Of The Year' status poses a serious threat to Georgie getting work. As the competition for the temp job heats up and the pair pretend not to know each other, Georgie bumps into an ex of Danni's and the fireworks begin...



RHLSTP with Richard Herring

RHLSTP 235 - Max & Ivan: RHLSTP: #235 Tiny Teeth. Rich is at the Cambridge Corn Exchange and has had a dream about eating lettuce with Blur and that's pretty much the most exciting thing that's...


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TV & Radio: Catch-Up

Vic & Bob's Big Night Out

Series 2, Episode 1: The return of the comedy series with Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, featuring sketches, slapstick, songs and stunts, accompanied by a series of special guests. This time, Judge Nutmeg dispenses punishment to an unsuspecting audience member, the Ghost Hunters are on the prowl, and Bob takes viewers back to the 1980s with a special performance.


Your Face Or Mine

Series 6, Episode 9: Although Angel and Charlotte met on modern dating app Tinder, they made it official in a poem! Will facing past ex-girlfriends be the only form of ghosting?


Twayna Mayne: Black Women

Series 1, Episode 4: In the final episode of the series, the comedian examines notions of 'colourism" as she explores her own black British female identity. Along with stand-up in front of a live audience, she chats to other women about their shared experiences, with this episode featuring a contribution from writer Danielle Dash.


Susan Calman Makes Me Happy

Series 1, Episode 2: This week, aided and abetted by her studio audience and her wife, Lee, Susan presents a love letter to the gogglebox. From the enormous rented behemoth of her childhood through to the modern day box-set you can watch on your phone anywhere you like, television has been an ever-present comfort and teacher for her.