Housing, Humour and Halloween: Sandi Toksvig hosts in the week that moving house sounded like murder, mockery was mocked, and festive fun was in the eye of the beholder. Phill Jupitus, Jeremy Hardy, Francis Wheen and Ava Vidal make up the illustrious panel.
Radio 4's popular panel game is back this week with Paul Merton, Sue perkins, Liza Tarbuck and John Sergeant. They attempt to speak for a minute without repetition, hesitation or deviation under the watchful eye of Nicholas Parsons. Subjects include How to Audition, What Shall We Do With the Drunken
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis take a topical trip around tuition fees and Today tongue-twisters. Musical Mitch Benn sees the world through Lennon's eyes; German stand-up Henning Wehn probes our World Cup hypocrisy; John Finnemore wonders at the sexual magnetism of a certain Lib Dem MP and Laura Shavin
Protests, Protons and Protein. Sandi Toksvig hosts in the week that students were revolutionary, particles were revolving, and organs were revolting. Phill Jupitus, Andy Hamilton, Jeremy Hardy and Miles Jupp make up the illustrious panel.
Steve Punt returns with another series of the topical comedy show with stand-up, skits and sketches. Guests include Mitch Benn, Jon Holmes, Ian Stone, Laurence Howarth and Laura Shavin who talk weddings, freedom, student protests, Irish cheese and escaped gingerbread men.
Xmas Panto Special: Steve Punt, Hugh Dennis and the Now Show team boldly attempt to condense the year’s most important news stories into a single half-hour of seasonal humour. A seemingly tough task until you realise that most pantomimes seem to be about poverty, ambition and giant organic gingerb
Prisoners, Pensions and Punishments: Sandi Toksvig chairs in the week that hard time looked like hard work, OAPs looked nervous, and boys looked like their game was up. Andy Hamilton, Jeremy Hardy, Sue Perkins and Miles Jupp make up the illustrious panel.
Battles, Broadcasting and Bunga-Bunga. Sandi Toksvig hosts in the week that Anglo-French relations got a fighting chance, Sky got connected to Cable, and Berlusconi entered in to a nuanced discourse on aesthetics and sexual identity. Andy Hamilton, Jeremy Hardy, Fred MacAulay and Bridget Christie ma
On the last 'normal' show of the year (next week is The Now Show panto) Marcus Brigstocke talks about the English Defence League and the other Terry Jones; Jon Holmes travels into the Matrix of real and unreal news; Mitch Benn assesses how happy we are this Christmas and our audience reflect on the
A Boxing Day treat from BBC Radio 7: listen to an extended edition of The Now Show, originally broadcast on 17/12/2010. Marcus Brigstocke talks about the English Defence League and the other Terry Jones; Jon Holmes travels into the Matrix of real and unreal news; Mitch Benn assesses how happy we are