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The Museum of Curiosity

Series 11 Episode 4

BBC Radio 4
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John Lloyd and Romesh Ranganathan with Cariad Lloyd, Amanda Owen and Gyles Brandreth.

John Lloyd and Romesh Ranganathan are joined by improviser and comedian Cariad Lloyd, Yorkshire shepherdess Amanda Owen and polymath former MP Gyles Brandreth.

This week, the Professor of Ignorance John Lloyd and his curator, the brilliant Romesh Ranganathan welcome:

The Austentatiously funny improvisor, comedian and writer Cariad Lloyd.

The Huddersfield girl who escaped modelling and headed for the Yorkshire hills, Amanda Owen.

and

The broadcaster, reporter, after-dinner speaker, former MP and Lord Commissioner of the Treasury, panellist, performer, Dictionary Corner occupant, Chancellor of the University of Chester, President of the Association of British Scrabble Players and prodigiously prolific author Gyles Brandreth.

This week, the Museum's Guest Committee offer as exhibits a bleak but cuddly Finnish troll, a tiny device that commands attention and a button with a dramatic past.

The show was researched by Anne Miller of QI and Mike Turner.

The production coordinator was Tamara Shilham.

The producers were Richard Turner and James Harkin.

It was a BBC Studios Production.

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Life on Egg

Series 1 Mistress of Disguise

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Harry and the team must find an escaped prisoner. But what does she look like?

A prisoner escapes from Britain's remotest prison, but no-one quite knows what she looks like. Stars Harry Hill. From 2017.

The Egg, floating on a giant prehistoric egg in the middle of the ocean, is Britain's most remote prison.

So there's no better place to send Patsy Potts, one of the nation's most tricky prisoners, who's a master of disguise and escaped from every other prison they've tried to keep her in. But when Tim arrives on The Egg with Patsy in the helicopter, she's nowhere to be found, and worse, no-one knows what she actually looks like...

Governor Harry ..... Harry Hill

Anne ..... Karen Bartke

Peter ..... Marek Larwood

The Minister ..... Tanya Moodie

Tim the Helicopter Pilot ..... Dan Maier

Prisoner Gyles Brandreth ..... Gyles Brandreth

Written by Dan Maier

Producer: Sam Michell

A BBC Studios production for BBC Radio 4 first broadcast in December 2017.

Credits

Governor Harry
Harry Hill
Ann
Karen Bartke
Peter
Marek Larwood
The Minister
Tanya Moodie
Tim the Helicopter Pilot
Dan Maier
Prisoner Gyles Brandreth
Gyles Brandreth
Writer
Dan Maier
Producer
Sam Michell

Life on Egg

Series 1 Stand-In

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When Peter goes on training, Harry has to contend with a brutally efficient replacement.

When Peter is sent for urgent training, Harry’s replacement has the prison whipped into shape. Starring Harry Hill. From 2018.

When Peter is sent back to the mainland to undergo some urgent diversity training, Harry and Ann are given a replacement guard by The Minister.

Warder Leo Hatchet is a tough, uncompriomising new screw and soon makes his mark on the prison's regime. But in doing so, has he destroyed The Egg's ambiance? And what about Peter? Will The Minister allow him to return to The Egg, if Hatchet's already doing his job quicker and better?

Governor Harry ..... Harry Hill

Ann ..... Karen Bartke

Peter ..... Marek Larwood

The Minister ..... Tanya Moodie

Tim the Helicopter Pilot ..... Dan Maier

Warder Leo Hatchet ..... Dan Maier

Prisoner Gyles Brandreth ..... Gyles Brandreth

Written by Dan Maier.

Producer: Sam Michell

A BBC Studios production for BBC Radio 4 first broadcast in January 2018.

Credits

Governor Harry
Harry Hill
Ann
Karen Bartke
Peter
Marek Larwood
The Minister
Tanya Moodie
Tim the Helicopter Pilot
Dan Maier
Warder Leo Hatchet
Dan Maier
Prisoner Gyles Brandreth
Gyles Brandreth
Writer
Dan Maier
Producer
Sam Michell

Life on Egg

Series 1 Whale

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Crisis comes to The Egg when the prison is attacked by a pair of mating whales.

It's all hands to the pump as Harry races to save the prison from a pair of mating whales. Stars Harry Hill. From 2018.

When a rare pair of whales start ramming The Egg as part of their mating ritual, Harry and the team are forced to take evasive action to save the prison.

But their efforts are soon hindered by the arrival of ardent conservationist Jo-Jo Peebles, hell-bent on protecting the whales at any cost. Who will crack first? Harry? Jo-Jo? Or The Egg...?

Governor Harry ..... Harry Hill

Ann ..... Karen Bartke

Peter ..... Marek Larwood

The Minister ..... Tanya Moodie

Jo-Jo Peebles ..... Tanya Moodie

Tim the Helicopter Pilot ..... Dan Maier

Warder Leo Hatchet ..... Dan Maier

Prisoner Gyles Brandreth ..... Gyles Brandreth

Written by Dan Maier.

Producer: Sam Michell

A BBC Studios production for BBC Radio 4 first broadcast in January 2018.

Credits

Governor Harry
Harry Hill
Ann
Karen Bartke
Peter
Marek Larwood
The Minister
Tanya Moodie
Jo-Jo Peebles
Tanya Moodie
Tim the Helicopter Pilot
Dan Maier
Prisoner Gyles Brandreth
Gyles Brandreth
Writer
Dan Maier
Producer
Sam Michell

Woman's Hour

Nigel Slater; Evan Davis; Puppini Sisters

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1 hour, 28 minutes Available for over a year First broadcast:
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Jenni Murray and Jane Garvey are joined by special guests for a Christmas Day programme.

Fun and conversation with special guests including Evan Davis and John Humphrys. Nigel Slater is on hand with tips for Christmas lunch and there's music from the Puppini Sisters.

Jane and Jenni open up the Woman's Hour studio and invite you in to spend Christmas morning with them and other Radio 4 presenters Evan Davis, John Humphrys and Sheila Dillon. They're joined by Nigel Slater to give last-minute tips for a tasty Christmas dinner. Gyles Brandreth leads the party games, while Victoria Moore gives advice on some cocktails to help the day go with a swing and there's music from the Puppini Sisters. We'll also be hearing from the woman in charge of a British Antarctic Survey research base about her Christmas at the South Pole and we visit The Reverend Canon Katrina Scott at her parish in Coventry. And David Attenborough introduces Tweet of the Day...the robin.

Presenters: Jane Garvey and Jenni Murray

Producer: Steven Williams

Output Editor: Jane Thurlow.

Credits

Presenter
Jenni Murray
Presenter
Jane Garvey
Interviewed Guest
Nigel Slater
Interviewed Guest
Evan Davis
Interviewed Guest
John Humphrys
Interviewed Guest
Gyles Brandreth
Interviewed Guest
Saethryd Brandreth
Interviewed Guest
Victoria Moore
Interviewed Guest
Sheila Dillon
Interviewed Guest
Rev Katrina Scott
Interviewed Guest
Agnieszka Fryckowska
Interviewed Guest
Puppini Sisters
Producer
Steven Williams
Producer
Jane Thurlow

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Woman's Hour

Nigel Slater; Evan Davis; Puppini Sisters

BBC Radio 4
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30 minutes Available for over a year First broadcast:
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Jenni Murray and Jane Garvey are joined by special guests for a Christmas Day programme.

Fun and conversation with special guests including Evan Davis and John Humphrys. Nigel Slater is on hand with tips for Christmas lunch and there's music from the Puppini Sisters.

Jane and Jenni open up the Woman's Hour studio and invite you in to spend Christmas morning with them and other Radio 4 presenters Evan Davis, John Humphrys and Sheila Dillon. They're joined by Nigel Slater to give last-minute tips for a tasty Christmas dinner. Gyles Brandreth leads the party games, while Victoria Moore gives advice on some cocktails to help the day go with a swing and there's music from the Puppini Sisters. We'll also be hearing from the woman in charge of a British Antarctic Survey research base about her Christmas at the South Pole and we visit The Reverend Canon Katrina Scott at her parish in Coventry. And David Attenborough introduces Tweet of the Day...the robin.

Presenters: Jane Garvey and Jenni Murray

Producer: Steven Williams

Output Editor: Jane Thurlow.

Credits

Presenter
Jenni Murray
Presenter
Jane Garvey
Interviewed Guest
Nigel Slater
Interviewed Guest
Evan Davis
Interviewed Guest
John Humphrys
Interviewed Guest
Gyles Brandreth
Interviewed Guest
Saethryd Brandreth
Interviewed Guest
Victoria Moore
Interviewed Guest
Sheila Dillon
Interviewed Guest
Rev Katrina Scott
Interviewed Guest
Agnieszka Fryckowska
Interviewed Guest
Puppini Sisters
Producer
Steven Williams
Producer
Jane Thurlow

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I've Never Seen Star Wars

Series 6 Gyles Brandreth

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Marcus Brigstocke persuades Gyles Brandreth to try doing absolutely nothing.

Marcus Brigstocke persuades Gyles Brandreth to spend a day doing nothing - and he writes his first ever pop song. From 2015.

Marcus Brigstocke persuades his reluctant guest to try new experiences: things they really ought to have done by now. Some experiences are loved, some are loathed, in this show all about embracing the new.

This week, Gyles Brandreth is persuaded to spend a day doing absolutely nothing, and writes his first ever pop song.

Produced by Bill Dare.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 2015.

Credits

Presenter
Marcus Brigstocke
Interviewed Guest
Gyles Brandreth

Last Word

Rev Ian Paisley, Sir Donald Sinden, Caroline Gooding, Anthony Smith, Andrew McLaglen

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Matthew Bannister on a politician, an actor, an adventurer, a disability rights campaigner

Matthew Bannister remembers former first minister of NI the Rev Ian Paisley, actor Sir Donald Sinden, adventurer Anthony Smith and disability rights campaigner Caroline Gooding.

Matthew Bannister on former First Minister of Northern Ireland and DUP leader Ian Paisley.

The actor Sir Donald Sinden. Dame Judi Dench and Gyles Brandreth pay tribute.

Anthony Smith, the writer and broadcaster who enjoyed ballooning and travelled across the Atlantic on a home-made raft at the age of 84.

And the lawyer and disability rights campaigner Caroline Gooding - who played a key role in bringing about the Disability Discrimination Act of 1995.

Credits

Presenter
Matthew Bannister
Interviewed Guest
Judi Dench
Interviewed Guest
Gyles Brandreth
Producer
Fiona Couper

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Last Word

Saturday Live

Gyles Brandreth, Sue Perkins

BBC Radio 4
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1 hour, 28 minutes Available for over a year First broadcast:
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Gyles Brandreth, Sue Perkins, Bruce Forsyth and Jamie Stangroom's Star Wars challenge.

Extraordinary stories, unusual people and a sideways look at the world.

Game show regular and former MP Gyles Brandreth discusses the wonders and curiosities of the English language.

Great British Bake Off presenter Sue Perkins reveals how she overcame childhood shyness, how conducting music turned her adult life around, and where she hides smelly cheese.

Veteran entertainer Bruce Forsyth shares his Inheritance Tracks and why he feels that Frank Sinatra followed his lead to New York, New York.

Star Wars obsessive Jamie Stangroom searches for the iconic characters and actors that the current episode forgot - Greedo, Jar Jar, the man inside Jabba the Hut's tail. Where are they and can Jamie get them back into Star Wars? And which role did Michael Jackson want to play?

We also hear from a professional Christmas tree decorator to the stars of football, music and film. He also does Bethlehem.

And when Britain faced rationing after World War Two, Care parcels from America brightened up the lives and diets of many families. Decades later, we bring together a sender and a recipient.

Word Play, by Gyles Brandreth, is published by Coronet Hardback books.

Spectacles a memoir, by Sue Perkins, is published by Penguin Michael Joseph books.

Producer: Paul Waters

Editor: Karen Dalziel.

Credits

Interviewed Guest
Gyles Brandreth
Interviewed Guest
Sue Perkins
Interviewed Guest
Bruce Forsyth
Interviewed Guest
Jamie Stangroom
Producer
Paul Waters
Editor
Karen Dalziel

Desert Island Discs

Gyles Brandreth

BBC Radio 4
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45 minutes Available for over a year First broadcast:
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Former MP and writer Gyles Brandreth joins Kirsty Young to choose his Desert Island Discs.

Kirsty Young's castaway is Gyles Brandreth.

A former Conservative MP, he is also a some-time actor, broadcaster and prolific writer who has authored biographies, diaries, stage plays and mysteries.

Pursuing a political career has been, he says, the over-riding ambition of his life. However the happiest moment came not from politics, but when he was performing in a West End show that he had written himself. These days, his ambitions are to return to the stage and the role he wants to take on is Chekhov's Uncle Vanya.

"I have no complaints" he says; "my life has been one long series of tomato and marmite sandwiches. I've always had what I wanted."

Record: I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face sung by Simon Cadell

Book: The Complete plays of Anton Chekhov

Luxury: Michelangelo's Pietà

Producer: Leanne Buckle.

Credits

Presenter
Kirsty Young
Interviewed Guest
Gyles Brandreth

Great Lives

Series 33 Deborah Moggach on Arnold Bennett

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The author Deborah Moggach talks about the life of Potteries writer Arnold Bennett.

Writer Deborah Moggach nominates the Potteries author Arnold Bennett. With Matthew Parris and Gyles Brandreth. From 2014.

Novelist and screenwriter, Deborah Moggach, nominates the Potteries writer Arnold Bennett, whose work she thinks has been wrongly overlooked, as he was considered as being too popular.

Moggach believes that because he was a working writer who earned his living writing both serious and light fiction, he was not taken seriously until after his death in 1931, despite his books being hugely popular during his lifetime. Bennett wrote many novels including ‘Anna of the Five Towns’ and ‘The Old Wives Tale’.

As a journalist, Bennett also wrote self-help and lifestyle articles for magazines including 'How to Bathe a Baby Part One' and 'Do Rich Women Quarrel More Frequently Than Poor?'

Gyles Brandreth has been a lifelong Bennett fan and believes him to be one of the greatest writers of the 20th century who deserves to be rediscovered.

Presenter: Matthew Parris.

Producer: Maggie Ayre.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2014.

Credits

Presenter
Matthew Parris
Interviewed Guest
Deborah Moggach
Interviewed Guest
Gyles Brandreth
Producer
Maggie Ayre

Saturday Live

Shaun Keaveny with Rylan Clark-Neal

BBC Radio 4
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1 hour, 28 minutes Available for over a year First broadcast:
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Rylan Clark-Neal, Boccia paralympian David Smith, Vegan football club owner Dale Vince.

Shaun Keaveny, presenter Rylan Clark-Neal, boccia champion David Smith, scything enthusiast Mary Ellis, green industrialist Dale Vince, and Gyles Brandreth's Inheritance Tracks.

Shaun Keaveny and Sonali Shah are joined by Rylan Clark-Neal who found fame as a contestant on the X-Factor in 2012. He subsequently won Celebrity Big Brother in 2013 and is now a presenter on programmes including This Morning and Big Brother's Bit on the Side. Paralympian David Smith won gold at Rio in 2016. He explains what it takes to be a Boccia champion. Mary Ellis discovered scything and has since been successful in competitions and is keen to share her knowledge. Dale Vince is a green industrialist, has a record breaking electric car and turned his local football team, Forest Green Rovers, vegan.

Gyles Brandreth shares his Inheritance Tracks. He has chosen Maurice Chevalier and Hermione Gingold singing 'I Remember It Well' from the film Gigi AND 'Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear' by Scooter and Fozzie Bear from The Muppets.

Gyles Brandreth is performing his show Break a Leg! at the Edinburgh Festival until 26th August.

The World Boccia Championships runs from the 12th August 2018 - 18th August 2018 in Liverpool.

Producer: Claire Bartleet

Editor: Beverley Purcell.

Credits

Presenter
Shaun Keaveny
Presenter
Sonali Shah
Interviewed Guest
Rylan Clark-Neal
Interviewed Guest
David Smith
Interviewed Guest
Mary Ellis
Interviewed Guest
Dale Vince
Interviewed Guest
Gyles Brandreth
Producer
Claire Bartleet
Editor
Beverley Purcell

Great Lives

Series 30 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

BBC Radio 4
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Gyles Brandreth praises the life of Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes.

Gyles Brandreth chooses Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes. With Matthew Parris and Andrew Lycett. From 2013.

Broadcaster Gyles Brandreth nominates Sir Arthur Conan Doyle as his "Great Life". Matthew Parris chairs, assisted by biographer Andrew Lycett.

Conan Doyle is best known as the creator of Sherlock Holmes. This always irritated him, and he tried to kill off the great detective, only to bring him back by popular demand. But there was more to Conan Doyle than Holmes. A footballer, cricketer, skier,, a campaigner against the Belgian atrocities in the Congo, and most startlingly, a convinced spiritualist who believed in fairies.

The paradox of Conan Doyle's life was that, having invented the most rational, cerebral fictional character of all time, he himself embraced superstition and behaved in ways that caused even his allies to despair of his credulity.

Credits

Presenter
Matthew Parris
Presenter
Matthew Parris
Interviewed Guest
Gyles Brandreth
Interviewed Guest
Gyles Brandreth
Interviewed Guest
Andrew Lycett
Interviewed Guest
Andrew Lycett
Producer
Jolyon Jenkins
Producer
Jolyon Jenkins
BBC One
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1 hour, 1 minute Available for 7 months First broadcast:
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More contestants hope to answer their way to a fortune, guided by seven celebrity experts.

Can the contestants, guided by celebrities including Chris Kamara, Gyles Brandreth and Carol Vorderman, answer their way to a fortune?

Three contestants hope to answer their way to a fortune, guided by tonight’s seven celebrities. Can football pundit Chris Kamara, author Gyles Brandreth and maths legend Carol Vorderman help them to win big? That all depends on the spin of The Wheel!

Credits

Presenter
Michael McIntyre
Expert
Carol Vorderman
Expert
Professor Green
Expert
Chris Kamara
Expert
Gemma Collins
Expert
Cherish Finden
Expert
Karim Zeroual
Expert
Gyles Brandreth
Executive Producer
Dan Baldwin
Executive Producer
Tom Blakeson
Series Producer
Lisa Clark
Director
Chris Power
Production Company
Hungry Bear Media

The Home That 2 Built

Episode 2: The Seventies

BBC Two
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Looking back at the 1970s, a world of dodgy fashion and stodgy food.

Mel Giedroyc narrates as The Seventies trawls the archives to show how BBC Two has been a guide to lifestyle trends.

Keeping track of lifestyle trends in the decade that style forgot was one of BBC Two's bigger challenges, as the deliciously arch narration of Bake Off's Mel Giedroyc reminds us in this amusing romp through the channel's archive.

This, after all, was an era of dodgy fashion, stodgy food and bodged politics that had us running to escape into a world of stripped pine, country kitchens and Laura Ashley. But the programme shows that the 1970s also resemble our own times - from house price inflation and soaring energy costs through to worries about the threat to 'real' food and environmental sustainability.

Credits

Narrator
Mel Giedroyc
Producer
Gerry Dawson
Director
Gerry Dawson
Series Producer
William Naylor
Participant
Eve Pollard
Participant
Gyles Brandreth
Participant
Wayne Hemingway
Participant
Peter York
Participant
Prue Leith
Participant
Loyd Grossman
Participant
Oz Clarke
Participant
Peter Seabrook
Participant
Alan Titchmarsh

The Home That 2 Built

Episode 3: The Eighties

BBC Two
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1 hour Available for over a year First broadcast:
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A look back at the 1980s, when more money was spent on homes than ever before.

In the 1980s, more money was spent on homes than ever before, and at the heart of this was a changing role for women.

The series tracking 50 years of lifestyle and homemaking programmes on BBC Two heads into the 1980s. This was the decade when more people would own their homes, when more money was spent on them and more time in them than ever before.

And at the heart of this was a changing role for women, who were joining the workforce in greater numbers, throwing off the shackles of being traditional housewives. It was a time of dizzying domestic change: Ken Hom caused a culinary revolution through his time-saving wok; Jilly Goolden got us drinking wine around the kitchen table; and Keith Floyd took the drudgery out of cooking by making it into entertainment - and as a result got men at the stove for the first time. Not for nothing was no-nonsense dog trainer Barbara Woodhouse, who brought men and dogs alike to heel, one of the icons of the decade.

Narrated by Bake Off's very own no-nonsense Mel Giedroyc.

Credits

Narrator
Mel Giedroyc
Producer
Steve O'Hagan
Director
Steve O'Hagan
Executive Producer
Michael Poole
Participant
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen
Participant
Eamonn Holmes
Participant
Esther Rantzen
Participant
Gyles Brandreth
Participant
Peter York
Participant
Peter Bazalgette
Participant
Sophie Robinson
Participant
Alan Titchmarsh
Participant
Gay Search
Participant
Ken Hom
Participant
Jilly Goolden
Participant
Oz Clarke
Participant
Lord Sugar
Participant
Antony Worrall Thompson

QI XL

Series N Episode 5: Not Nearly

BBC Two
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45 minutes Available for 16 days First broadcast:
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With Gyles Brandreth, Victoria Coren Mitchell, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies.

Sandi Toksvig hosts the Not Nearly episode of QI with Gyles Brandreth, Victoria Coren Mitchell, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies.

Credits

Presenter
Sandi Toksvig
Panellist
Alan Davies
Panellist
Gyles Brandreth
Panellist
Victoria Coren Mitchell
Panellist
Jimmy Carr
Director
Ian Lorimer
Producer
Piers Fletcher
Producer
John Lloyd
Production Company
Talkback

Brand

QI XL

Series

QI XL: Series N

Morning Live

Series 2 12/04/2021

BBC One
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44 minutes Available for 10 months First broadcast:
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With guests Dr Xand, Rav Wilding, Gyles Brandreth, Fenella Woolgar and Ella Bruccoleri.

Kym Marsh and Gethin Jones are joined by Dr Xand, Rav Wilding, Gyles Brandreth and Call The Midwife stars Fenella Woolgar and Ella Bruccoleri.

Credits

Presenter
Kym Marsh
Presenter
Gethin Jones
Executive Producer
Rob Unsworth
Interviewed Guest
Rav Wilding
Interviewed Guest
Gyles Brandreth
Interviewed Guest
Fenella Woolgar
Interviewed Guest
Ella Bruccoleri
Expert
Xand van Tulleken
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