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Highly variable in quality and content.
This is supposed to be comedy but over the last few weeks the only ones that make me laugh is just a minute and the news quiz,!the rest fairly dire and should not be broadcast
News quiz and dead ringers do a great job at challenging the current decision makers. Just a minute, I'm sorry i haven't a clue very sharp. BBC radio is world class. Radio 4/5”s/6 reasons to be positive about the UK media.
As the format suggests, it is a very mixed bag of content. Some things I find very funny and brilliant some content is not for me. On the whole a podcast I’m looking for every week.
I made it to 6 minutes, then lost the will to go on. more
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Comedy of the Week launched 13 years ago and published 29 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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