Series 2, Episode 2
On this episode:
Joe and the team show how AXA, one of the UK's largest insurance companies, has failed to record write offs correctly on second hand vehicles, leading to thousands of customers overpaying. Thanks to the work done by the show, the company has now promised to put things right, with refunds for anyone affected - which could total over £1 million.
Celebrity guest Scarlett Moffatt reveals her genius Nando's hacks which could in just a few minutes save £1.90 per visit. As Joe calculates "if you ate there twice a week for your entire life, based on the average UK adult life expectancy, you would save over £12,000."
Comedian Rosie Jones investigates disabled access in gyms, with one chain shockingly telling her "our gyms are not designed for disabled people."
- Friday 17th April 2020
- Channel 4
- 60 minutes
Cast & crew
|Joe Lycett||Host / Presenter|
|Natasha Hamilton (as Atomic Kitten)||Self|
|Liz McClarnon (as Atomic Kitten)||Self|
|James Kettle||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Laura Major||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Michelle Cox||Series Editor|
|Charlotte Freinberg (as Charlotte Barker)||Series Producer|
|Emily Hudd||Executive Producer|
|Iain Wimbush||Executive Producer|
Joe Lycett addresses a customer complaint for a dog food brand that genders the dogs as 'he/him' on their packets.
Featuring: Joe Lycett.
Joe Lycett talks about how second hand cars are not always what they seem.
Scarlett Moffatt reveals her genius Nando's hacks which could in just a few minutes save £1.90 per visit.
Joe Lycett takes on toll road fines in Merseyside with the help of Atomic Kitten.