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The Unbelievable Truth (Series 16)

Narrated by: David Mitchell
Series: The Unbelievable Truth, Book 16
Length: 2 hrs and 50 mins
Categories: Comedy, Contemporary
5 out of 5 stars (65 ratings)

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Summary

David Mitchell hosts the hilarious panel show which turns honest men into lying cheats. In this devious and delightfully funny competition, four comedians have the audacity to lie through their teeth for victory.

They compete against each other with lies, untruths and dishonesty. Tall tales, white lies, blatant bluffs and misdirection rule. Can they smuggle the truth past each other or will they be caught in the act of lying?

Listen in, play along and try to separate fact from fiction in the ultimate lying game.

©2016 Random Entertainment (P)2016 Random Entertainment

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Excellent! Having been somewhat underwhelmed by some of Audible's comedy offerings recently this genuinely was a pleasant surprise. It's a very enjoyable panel show and my enjoyment was very much enhanced by the quality of the guests including Jack Dee, Henning Wehn and Reginald D Hunter all of whom I very much enjoy. The format is great, the host strikes the perfect balance of being funny without dominating the whole thing and the premise is simple but effective. It had me chuckling away to myself throughout.

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