David Dimbleby presents topical debate from Bury St Edmunds. Panellists include Matt Hancock MP, Diane Abbott MP, Caroline Lucas MP, Jen Robinson and Simon Evans. Show more
Simon asks why bricks and mortar are deemed a safe investment, and who really owns land we buy? With Kevin Cahill. From May 2014. Show more
Simon asks is it moral to trade in food? How much of it is animal feed and what is the future? With Jim Rogers. From May 2014. Show more
Why do we buy and sell gold all around the world? Why do we continue now we have paper money? With Tim Harford. From May 2014. Show more
Simon looks at commodities markets in oil. How is it produced? Why is this trade different to others? From June 2014. Show more
Simon Evans presents comedy lectures on economics behind four commodities. Youth - the period when the young disengage from the home and plummet from the safety of the family nest. Show more
Simon asks from an economic point of view, should people have children, how many and when? With Tim Harford. From 2016. Show more
A look at the four life stages. From paying for funerals to cryonics, what are the economics of death? From 2016. Show more
Stand-up comedy from the Hammersmith Apollo. The sometimes controversial Frankie Boyle introduces sets from Simon Evans and Aisling Bea.
The brilliant Greg Davies presents stand-up from the world-famous Hammersmith Apollo, introducing sets from the fabulous Hal Cruttenden and the always urbane Simon Evans.
Dara O Briain, Chris Addison, Hugh Dennis and Andy Parsons look back over another week's news with guests Greg Davies, Simon Evans and Micky Flanagan.
Greg Davies presents stand-up from the world-famous Hammersmith Apollo, introducing sets from Hal Cruttenden and Simon Evans.
Stand-up from the Sunderland Empire Theatre, where Michael introduces Simon Evans, Jimeoin and Imran Yusuf. Topping the bill is north-east England's Sarah Millican. Show more
Sue Perkins sets moral and ethical posers for Susan Calman, Greg Proops, Simon Evans and Louise Wener. From December 2011. Show more
Made for 4 Extra. Jeremy Hardy, Zoe Lyons, Simon Evans and Helen Lewis join Miles Jupp in an extended version of Friday's programme. Show more
Georgia O'Keeffe at Tate Modern, Maggie's Plan, Robert lePage's Needles and Opium, The Association of Small Bombs by Karan Mahajan, the use of metaphors in the Brexit press. Show more
Sitcom. Lee's plan to spend time alone with Lucy at Christmas is threatened by the presence of Tim, Daisy, Tim and Lucy's parents, and even Barbara. Show more