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Do The Right Thing

Do The Right Thing

An award-winning panel show podcast where the teams must work out the right thing to do in any given situation. With Danielle Ward, Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Michael Legge and special guests.

2017 Summer Special 2 (Sarah Kendall & Chris Addison)

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Published: 20th July 2017.   Length: 47 mins.   Size: 64.9mb

Sarah Kendall and Chris Addison join the gang for the second and last of our summer special episodes. The teams get a bit tipsy and discuss desert islands, jizz bridges, being friends with exes, nudism, shoe etiquette and eggs with kitchen gadget expert guest Rhik Samadder. Also, for any Producer Ben fans who missed him in the last episode... he's back!

If you're at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer, why not check out Michael Legge's show 'Jerk'. Also, why not go and see Sarah Kendall's show 'One-Seventeen'.

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Previous Episodes

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Series 6 - Teaser

18th July 2016.   4 minutes.

The new series of Do The Right Thing will start next Monday 25th July. So here's a very short 'teaser' episode featuring Producer Ben talking softly into a microphone as...


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Series 5 - Teaser

6th July 2015.   6 minutes.

New series announcement! Sorry for the wait! The new series of Do The Right Thing will start next Monday 13th July. In the meantime, here are a few clips...


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Series 4, Episode 3 (Peacock & Gamble)

5th February 2014.   33 minutes.

Podcast titans Peacock & Gamble (Ray and Ed) get on board for the third show from The Pleasance recorded at last years Edinburgh Fringe. In it you'll find references to...


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Production Credits

Do The Right Thing is co-devised by Fuzz Productions - producers of Pappy's Flatshare Slamdown and the award-winning Richard Herring: As It Occurs To Me.

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