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 The Keiser Report's Max Keiser. The Independent's Steve Richards lets rip his inner Rory Bremner, while Aisling Bea worries that Gangnam Style may have affected the Korean Peninsula in untold ways, and Paul Sinha has a novel solution to England's traditional difficulties in penalty shoot-outs. Jay Foreman presents some unfortunate musical truths about Sooty in the wake of the world's tiniest Twitter scandal, and there are the usual contributions from Nick Revell and Alistair Barrie. This month's show is dedicated to the memory of Margaret Thatcher, who, by dying between the recording and the editing of a topical podcast has managed to bugger things up all over again.
Published: 10th April 2013. Length: 53 minutes. Size: 49.08mb
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