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Talking Spite
Sketches and spite
Category: Comedy
Location: Liverpool
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December 22, 2012 09:51 AM PST

The antidote to Christmas, with a distinctly Dickensian feel, as Marmaduke Donger invents comedy and we have the alternative ending to A Christmas Carol.

There's a review of the lows of the year in the Talking Spite Awards 2012, Mimsy Cummings, the best Outtakes of Series 1, and a suicide.

November 23, 2012 05:39 AM PST

"Should hamsters be given the vote?" is the topic up for debate in this month's Big Shout. We call in on Britain's favourite bookmaker - Ronnie Tipster, raise awareness of Penelope Cruz Syndrome, take care of all your Native American needs with our new catalogue, and if you thought 'The Lift' was as good as drama could get, then you need to hear it's U.S. spin-off - 'The Elevator'.

October 24, 2012 02:15 AM PDT

New drama 'The Lift' returns, we catch up with Brian Sewell on his UK Sex Tour and scouse poet Roy Hughes performs his latest work. Nicky Interesting hosts another edition of 'The Big Shout', Peter shares his Fashion Tips, and Professor Brian Dicks starts a fire. There's also Rush Hour Crush, MTV and the deaf, help for fat Emo’s, and Herbert Sherbert.

September 23, 2012 01:26 PM PDT

French toilets, full length mirrors and the closure of the orchestral transfer window are all discussed, along with Celebrity News from Herbert Sherbert, the Nigerian Lottery and financial advice from the Gypsy Kings. There's an exclusive interview with One Direction, Peter's Diet Tips, Nicky Interesting tackles the issues affecting the nation in 'The Big Shout', and the drama that everyone is talking about - 'The Lift' premieres exclusively on Talking Spite Episode 6.

August 13, 2012 01:26 AM PDT

It's an Olympic special, with a look back at all things London 2012. Also on this months show - Angry Birds, lazy doctors, news of a Mulf sale and The World Mumbling Championships. Philomena hosts a Psychic Phone in, Peter shares his Sex Tips, the Gypsy Kings pop by to do the weather, and there's Celebrity News with Herbert Sherbert.

June 27, 2012 01:19 PM PDT

Peter's attempt to make the Podcast more 'high-brow' backfires, when he decides to prove a long standing hypothesis regarding the consumption of Trebor Mints. Halligan's launch their new state of the art Hair Clinic, Yuri Ballachenko's move to the Berliner Philharmoniker doesn't work out, and Pervy Doctor is in surgery. There's the usual horoscopes, aftershaves and facts; and with £26,000 lost to Dr Winston Mugabe, the boys are forced to do their own music.

May 13, 2012 01:23 PM PDT

Due to an 'administrative error' Dr Mugabe's money has failed to materialise, so the boys are forced to return with a third episode. There's a look at Channel 4's 'sexed-up' Time Team, celebrity facts, horoscopes and Professor Brian Dicks. Mimsy Cummings returns with more relationship advice, and as Roy Hodgson lands the England manager's job there's an analysis of his 'safe-hands'.

March 31, 2012 03:35 AM PDT

Talking Spite returns, and in the second episode there's live action from the World 'Talking Without Closing Your Mouth' Championships, more food suggestions from Olly, and Brian Sewell continues his UK Sex Tour. There's adverts for the ladies, celebrity facts, Youssou N'Dour's new fragrance, and important news on 80's kids TV programme Button Moon.

February 14, 2012 08:47 AM PST

In the first episode of Talking Spite, agony aunt Mimsy Cummings dishes out relationship advice, art critic Brian Sewell embarks on his UK Sex Tour and Scouse Poet Roy Hughes takes a trip to London.

There's live darts action from The Pondside, Professor Brian Dicks, Kenny Jackett's Noel Edmond's Facts and an exclusive behind the scenes look at the BBC quiz show Eggheads.

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