Michael Deacon, Sara Pascoe, Miles Jupp and Nathan Caton join James O'Brien to discuss UKIP's meteorological theories, whether or not Lord Anelka and Nicolas Rennard should apologise, and similar things comedians regret saying and doing; the panel compares Iain Duncan Smith and William Wilberforce, and share some entertaining home truths. Paul Thorne swears artistically to music, and Alistair Barrie and Nick Revell are as acerbic and witty as ever, which of course has nothing to do with the fact they write this little summary of the show.
Published: 27th January 2014. Length: 44 minutes. Size: 40.34mb
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