Back from a tiny break, the poorly rested hosts run wild through the fields of our listeners' complaints. Are we able to treat infamous historical child-murderer Gilles de Ray with more contempt than Jaffa Cakes? Is one of our listeners money-laundering in Pakistan? We take a look epistemystically (definition of that word still to come) at all this and more in Episode Ten.
With so many people having their say on the Oscars, you'd expect we'd take a swing. We almost do. Are jobs just the art of doing stupid things slowly? Do we have any qualified opinions on the film Black Panther? How fast do fingernails grow? And how do all of these things annoy us? Answers sort of within.
Valentine's may be over, but complaining about it need not be. Have you ever wanted to join in conversations about the Winter Olympics but don't feel like you know what's wrong with it? We can help. Also, some stuff about pigeons.
In the latest episode of TWWT, the team discover they've accidentally earned a resident mathematician, and unsurprisingly immediately berate them. Live on air, a daring stunt is attempted in order to answer the question - can you navigate your phone using only your tongue. It is somewhow even less informative than it sounds.
From maths to hats, what can't they rant about? Is the ever-expanding Harry Potter Universe growing too large? Were energy levels lower in this episode? Answers to all these questions and more in the latest episode of TWWT.
A year in review? Almost. Some of the more crucial elements of the last 12 months are lazilly drifted past, as are various other vital questions for the team to answer. Are weather forecasts irrelevant? Are we? It's so hard to know.
A festive release from the boys sees old daddy Claus taken to task, as well as various forms of seasonal behaviour. There is also a ghost train and probably other things but they're hard to remember due to holiday alcohol.
Submissions range from the peaks of the tallest mountains to the hidden depths of the middle of the ocean. The team record at night for the first time. Listener requests are torn through at the same pace as the drinks.
In the second episode of Things Wrong With Things, a veritable glut of listener suggestions provides the main source of conversation. The sexiest organ in the human body is revealed. Our first campaign to better society begins.
A sauntering entry into the world of things-investigation. Some hard truths are talked, and a number of softer ones. Levels of research are shown to be far lower than levels of enthusiasm.