Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of Spectacles, the hilarious, creative and incredibly moving memoir from much loved comedian, writer and presenter Sue Perkins. When I began writing this book, I went home to see if my mum had kept some of my stuff. What I found was that she hadn't kept some of it. She had kept all of it - every bus ticket, postcard, school report....
"What's not to love?"
It's back: the Radio 4 panel game that's not about sport, music, television, advertising, books, hats, or gardening, just funny rounds with funny ideas. Written by Kevin Cecil and Andy Riley, who won a BAFTA award for writing Robbie the Reindeer for Aardman Animations, the show is hosted by the glorious Sue Perkins (of Mel & Sue fame).
It's back, the show they didn't dare call King Stupid, Series 2! A new presenter, new panellists, new title, new timeslot, new silly games, and more jokes than ever.
King Stupid is a new Radio Four panel game in which four panellists are funny. It's not the News, sport, adverts, other panel games or anything! The show is produced by David Tyler for Pozzitive, the people who bought you Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation and The Very World Of Milton Jones. King Stupid: the show that likes to dumb up. This download contains all six episodes.
It's back, the show they didn't dare call King StupidSeries 2! And it has a new presenter, new panellists, a new title, new silly games, and more jokes than ever. The line-up for this show, broadcast on 6th July 2000, features Peter Baynham, Tom Binns, Simon Pegg, and Dave Schneider.
In Dilemma, Sue Perkins puts four panellists through the moral and ethical wringer by posing a series of finely-balanced dilemmas and then cross-examining them on their answers. The second series of the panel show that has no right answers - just deeply damning ones. The show was devised by the award-winning comedian Danielle Ward, and is presented by Sue Perkins. Producer: Ed Morrish.
Welcome to Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation, a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite, and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like - "Kids should never be fashion slaves, especially in the Far East. My 12-year-old daughter asked me for a new pair of trainers. I told her she was old enough to go out and make her own," and, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."