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Dave Gorman: Modern Life Is Goodish

Dave stand-up series hosted by Dave Gorman. 36 episodes (5 series), 2013 - 2017. Stars Dave Gorman.

Series 2, Episode 5 is repeated on Monday at 1:40am.

Series 3

1. Why Are There Still Chickens?

First broadcast: Tuesday 8th September 2015

Dave Gorman flips his lid and his laptop open to ponder modern life. Dave conducts a live experiment with over a thousand eggs!

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2. The Veneer Of Civilisation

First broadcast: Tuesday 15th September 2015

Modern life has a lot to answer for as Mr Gorman gives it a grilling. Dave laments the death of the queue and considers ATM etiquette.

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3. Ova Is Latin. For Eggs

First broadcast: Tuesday 22nd September 2015

The laptop-loving king of irreverence is once again tackling life's burning issues, from the shyness of elks to the evolution of the Honey Monster.

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4. Too-Ra Taloo Rye-Eh

First broadcast: Tuesday 29th September 2015

This week an annoying printer gets the sledge-hammer treatment, Christine Hamilton receives an unexpected gift, and some bees get to travel first class. Sort of...


5. Negative Nancy

First broadcast: Tuesday 6th October 2015

This week, insults and Katy Perry's American flag dresses are considered for their offensiveness, and Dave, masquerading as his own wife, sets about finding a man on Tinder.


6. Stuck On Level 342

First broadcast: Tuesday 13th October 2015

This week computer games adverts, boardgames, crossword and Sudoku books all come under the spotlight. Meanwhile Dave's jigsaw habit is revealed, and Alan Sugar makes a rather puzzling appearance.


7. That's What We Grow In

First broadcast: Tuesday 20th October 2015

In this penultimate episode, Dave suggests radically overhauling the calendar, and reveals what you learn when you buy Twitter followers.


8. A German Tradition

First broadcast: Tuesday 27th October 2015

Modern Life Is Goodish concludes tonight with a look at the current obsession with customer feedback and market research. Just how reliable is this data? Dave tries to find out with the help of fans of Ant and Dec and people who like a very specific type of soup.