A topical, political panel show podcast recorded in front of a live audience once a month. NP2BF, which has been running since 2011, is presented by LBC radio host James O'Brien and created by comedians Nick Revell and Alistair Barrie.
30th June 2015. 98 minutes.
This month, Omid Djalili, Sajeela Kershi, Chris Neill and Jake Yapp discuss, amongst other things, rock festivals, royalty, torture, peaceful protest, women's football and The Comedy Godfather, Barry Cryer. Masterful...
24th February 2015. 73 minutes.
In this month's show we discuss Greece and everything European, TV shows on Mars, racism on Earth, the relative merits of living in east London and Islamic State. All cheerful...
26th January 2015. 93 minutes.
In this edition we cover the elections in Greece and the UK, comedians who get involved in politics, the limits of causing offence, social injustice in the Middle East, Davos,...
27th October 2014. 60 minutes.
Given that two of the biggest topics this week are the global threat of a fatal disease with no cure and a string of stories of sexual violence, it's surprising...
30th September 2014. 64 minutes.
This month's show is in association with the peace-building charity International Alert. Their Secretary General and No Pressure regular, Dan Smith, gives us a profound and fascinating analysis of the...
30th June 2014. 80 minutes.
As we're taking two months off through the summer, here's a slightly longer podcast than usual; a satirical and seditious seaside special edition, if you will, (not to mention sibilant)...
27th May 2014. 52 minutes.
Kevin Day hosts and David Elms provides the laid-back sound track to this chilled out Bank Holiday edition of No Pressure. Plenty of swearing and vile insults, as the panel...
1st April 2014. 54 minutes.
No Pressure to Be Funny, March 30th 2014 - in which we deliver something unique in the history of British media - an interesting, informative and very funny discussion of...
24th February 2014. 49 minutes.
In this edition, Dave Fulton inadvertently reveals the polyerotic undertones of being caught in an avalanche when a discussion of the Winter Olympics goes off-piste; Jonny and the Baptists share...
29th October 2013. 48 minutes.
This month on No Pressure To Be Funny, guest host Kevin Day wrangles a formidable array of talent whilst trying to be nice about The Great British Bake Off. The...
23rd September 2013. 58 minutes.
James O'Brien reveals the shameless and frankly disgusting behaviour of some members of the British aristocracy when it comes to trying to return unwanted clothing; Dan Smith of International Alert...
16th July 2013. 53 minutes.
Amongst other things covered in this month's show, host James O'Brien tries to defend pay-rises for MPs; James Sherwood melodically shows how tough the rich have it compared to the...
11th June 2013. 51 minutes.
In this month's show, Mitch Benn rocks the room with two pieces of satirical musical brilliance which contain more coherent and persuasive political arguments than we've heard from Her Majesty's...
10th April 2013. 53 minutes.
This month's No Pressure sees guest host Kevin Day come up with some interesting new programme ideas for BBC3 based on some thoroughly historical suggestions for punishing financial wrongdoing from...
4th March 2013. 58 minutes.
This month, firebrand of the left Owen Jones denies a love tryst with Tory donor and disgraced former party chairman Lord Ashcroft; Helen Lewis sets James O'Brien straight about the...
8th October 2012. 37 minutes.
In this edition, topics include Julian Assange, the truth about Boris Johnson, and what to give Vladimir Putin for his birthday. Also, the first plans are revealed for Koran! The...
20th August 2012. 84 minutes.
No Pressure To Be Funny joins forces with Amnesty International UK for a podcast from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. James O'Brien is joined by activist and comedian Mark Thomas, Canadian...
17th April 2012. 41 minutes.
Thanks to a ridiculous insistence on taking his family on holiday, regular host James O'Brien isn't on the show this month, but we have called on our first reserve, Talksport's...
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