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Summary

Ricky with comedian chums and eminent guests discuss the big issues. Entertaining, thought-provoking and often taboo-crunching chat about ethics, science and art. Featuring Huey Morgan, Ben Bailey Smith, Professor Brian Cox, David Baddiel, Robin Ince, Richard Dawkins, Noel Gallagher, and Sean McLoughlin.

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This is available for free (search on Google)

...and the audible version has the songs cut out. And the songs are important, they talk about the songs in the podcast. So, search for it for free and get a better version.

18 of 19 people found this review helpful

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Very funny

Great but sometimes the topics are repeated. Other than that the guest are interesting and very funny.

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Desperate

I loved Ricky Gervais until I listened to this. Guests were dull and topics repetitive

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Too repetitive.

The problem with this is that Ricky keeps on saying the same things. He keeps returning to the fact that he`s an atheist, great so am I, but he keeps banging the point home and defending it. Then he`ll say, a point about the difference between a scientific theory, and the colloquial usage of the word theory, again. As I moved through the various chapters, I kept wondering if I`d accidently skipped back to an earlier part. And he`s actually quite irritating on this one, he just sounds wound up all the time.

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Are you interested??

Excellent podcast. Never have I heard a more insightful podcast degrade into complete and utter nonsense in such a short period of time.
As always, Ricky has no point whatsoever. So yes, I would highly recommend this audiobook...

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Just missing Merchant and Pilkington!

A really entertaining listen. Some great guests and funny anecdotes. Would be nice to hear Karl Pilkington though

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Didn't hold my interest

Compared to his other podcasts this was a washout. found it boring and dry. Maybe it's just not the same without Karl?? Ended up returning it without finishing.

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The big I Am

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Tell R.G to give his guests time to get a few words in.d

What will your next listen be?

Daft question

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Ricky Gervais?

It’s his show

If this book were a film would you go see it?

No

Any additional comments?

I used to like him, now he nauseates me.Self aggrandising git. How can you interview Brian Cox and spend more time talking than him.I am and have always been an atheist but I don’t go around crowbarring atheism into any conversation.Can’t believe that Robin Ince, who he must have paid big money, to be painfully humiliated appears on this,Some people obviously have no pride.His new show is on Netflix this month, wonder how much he actually wrote himself.

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All the best bits of Ricky Gervais

Intelligence, humour, passion for good music, really great guests. More of this please Ricky, bravo

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Comedic chats on literally everything!

Funny, thought provoking definitely worth a listen if you are a fan of Ricky Gervais

1 of 2 people found this review helpful