First broadcast: Thursday 17th September 2020
We look at the new COVID-19 regulations, how the BBC is dealing with it's comedy being too left-wing by hiring the late Bernard Manning to appear on Mock the Week, Donald Trump dreams that Black Lives Matter goes away, and Nigel Farage is the new star of Baywatch.
First broadcast: Thursday 1st October 2020
This week university students stuck at home due to coronavirus find themselves in The Hunger Games, we explore the similarities between NHS Track and Trace app and Pokemon, and we take a look at Britain's greatest comedian: Jacob Rees-Mogg.
First broadcast: Thursday 15th October 2020
With local lockdowns for local people, Donald Trump is glowing suspiciously, anger and violence grows the week Mars appears brightly in the sky, Boris Johnson & Kier Starmer dance together on Strictly Come Dancing, and there is an episode of Matt Hancock's Half Hour.