Summary: Sundays Supplement with Iszi Lawrence and Simon Dunn. It's the podcast pull-out that flops to the floor the moment you open your newspaper. Each week we get our fingers inky so you don't have to. We put two of Britain's Sunday newspapers head to head to see which has the best supplements. So, pull out your papers, liberate your supplements from their wrappers, and find out which paper you should have bought ... last Sunday.
An epic double-length episode this week, because we've got so much goodness to cram in. Actually, that's a lie.
Phill Jupitus, optical illusions, your tweets, and ligers and zorses.
Lots of murder, misery and Mindy Hammond. Plus there's a shock for iszi.
Prof 2: The Wise Man Is Back. That's right, we're joined once more by Professor Richard Wiseman.
The day I married Shrek, I woke up blind, ate my dog and was attacked by the sun. Can Simon figure out which is the Farcical, or will he be distracted by Abi Titmuss?
It's a Saturday Special, with enough Lego and William Shatner for everyone. Plus there's some Doc Brown and a sprinkle of Fright Fest.
Along side your emails and tweets, we've got Marvin the Paranoid Android and a parrot with Tourettes.
It's a mid-week special, in which we get super dirty.
What happens when you mix apple sauce with Ready Brek, or try and spread marmite on a cat?
We enter a weird parallel universe this week, where the Girl Guides won the wars, and Romeo is alive and well in Budapest.
This week we're joined by the poet and author AF Harrold.
Never tie your friend to the railroad tracks. Even if they are Anna Chapman or Cheryl Cole. There's a sausage roll in here somewhere too.
What better way to kick of a new centenary than with Nosferatu in a head to head battle with Paddington Bear?
Wow, one hundred episodes. Huge thanks to Tom Greeves, Rebecca Watson, Professor Richard Wiseman, Dr Evan Harris, Professor Brian Cox, Jack Of Kent, Stewart Lee, Kate Smurthwaite and Sarah Millican. But more importantly, thanks to you for listening.
It's slugs and snails and puppy dog tails this week, with Mr Whippy, and Alexei Sayle on his bike.