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.
This week there's pirates, dismorphia, celebrity ageing, posters, how to do things, Daleks, Spock, mango ice lollies, Blue, Amanda Holden and daddy long legs.
This week, The Sex Game, Daffy Duck, jackdaws, Obama, holidays, Slinky Hips, Eminem, Take That and Humdongers.
This week, David Cameron, Futurama, naturopaths, nutritionists, atheism, astrology, humdongers, and your letters.
Scandals, Charlie Kaufman, kids' cartoons, Richard Madeley, and your letters.
This week, Tony Hawk, Ronaldo, Spock, and celebrity bottom fat.
This week, Ever Decreasing Circles, Michelle Obama, home birthing, Swine Flu, Malaria, iszi's germs and Ed Balls.
A mid-week special this time, with Star Trek, Star Wars, Malthus, Snails, Berets, plus tips on how to cope in the modern world.
This week, religionistas, the only good type of psychic, easter eggs, diet secrets and Dear iszi.
This week, Mad Men, Red Dwarf, Death, Formula One, Fashion Tips, Insulting Tweets, South Park, Fern Britten and more Humdongers.
This week GMT, Su Doku, Cold War spies, The Wire, Dot Cotton, Puddings, Leonardo, The Farmer In The Dell, puzzles and a brand new section.
This week we've got Joaquin Phoenix, Veruca Salt, Zaphod Beeblebrox and a meat juggling Doctor Who. What more could you want? A quiz? Well, we've got one of those too.
Darwin, Eamonn Holmes, problem pages, the 80s, Trumpton, chocolate tax, cows, horses, salami, Rickman and iszi sulking - these are a few of our favourite things.
It's a tabloid special this week, as iszi pulls a rare entrant out of the bag, and Simon takes a long look in the mirror. We're now an officially "awesome" podcast, according to those folk over at the Skeptics' Guide To The Universe, and they only deal in the truth. So thanks everyone for your continued support.
This week we look at some bad science, bad medicine, bad hair, and bad food. On the plus side, there are some good articles too. After the recording, Simon went away to watch the TV show he had been discussing, and felt compelled to come back and record his response, so stay tuned to the end.
This week we're joined by Rebecca Watson.