All Alan has is an amazing fact about each of them, after which... who knows where the conversation will lead? It's this intimacy and free-form nature that spawns the kind of anecdotes and ... See full summary »
Comedy game show in which two celebrities join team captains Steve McNeil and Sam Pamphilon to compete against each other playing a selection of classic and contemporary computer games to determine a champion. Hosted by Dara O'Briain.
Hilarious, totally-irreverent, near-slanderous political quiz show, based mainly on news stories from the last week or so, that leaves no party, personality or action unscathed in pursuit ... See full summary »
Once brilliant, now extremely politically correct propaganda for the left to show their perceived moral superiority.
I'm giving it a three and even then that's generous. This used to be a genuinely funny show with stinging satire which would attack anyone and anything on the political spectrum without fear. Now though it's just become a mouthpiece for lefty propaganda which attacks anyone who voted Trump or voted for Brexit as being completely evil without highlighting the ills of their own side as well. As a result of this, anything that's funny about it is undercut by having to sit through an hour of condescending smugness and self- superiority from the political left. In summary, what was once a brilliant show with stinging political satire has turned into a mouthpiece for the left to bully and patronise anybody who thinks differently to them, and this now makes the show virtually unwatchable.
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