The Complete First Year of No Such Thing As A Fish
QI is, to put it simply, a global institution - and Alcopop! Records are proud to be bringing the jewel in the Quite Interesting crown to vinyl for the first time.... Party to over 20 million listeners since its inception, winner of the iTunes Best New Podcast 2014, recipient of a Chortle Award in 2015 and with an average weekly listenership of 350k... This is No Such Thing as a Fish... The sublime QI podcast as written and performed by the QI Elves, who are the brains behind the popular TV Show.
It's here - on heavyweight black - or incredibly limited edition yellow vinyl (which will go real soon, and is absolutely exclusive to Alcopop!)
Boasting a feature length special (never to be broadcast) episode on a lavishly packaged heavyweight vinyl - what's really beautiful about this package is that it also contains downloadable versions of the first 52 podcasts - now unavailable from the traditional places... So there's a year's worth of sublime entertainment for your RRP!
Riffing on hilarious facts, comedic stars Dan Schreiber, Andy Murray (no, not that one), James Harkin and Anna Ptaszynski bring their favourite facts to the table and basically chat wit and wisdom about them, entertaining and delighting in one of the breeziest listens you'll enjoy all year. Want to know what the Swiss Cheese Pervert was arrested for in Philadelphia, or why there's a ski shop in the Sahara Desert? Well, this is for you...
First released: Friday 20th November 2015
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