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 we twitter on about tweets, Barnaby, Morse, Cracker, Monk, The Shield, The Wire and Taz. We also talk a bit about the Sunday supplements.
This week Simon takes great delight in iszi's reaction to the images rushing through her head. And they have nothing to do with Lost, pandas, Stalin or the new Google application for the Blackberry.
A much shorter episode this week, for reasons that will rapidly become apparent. Just a quick reminder that iszi will be performing Matter of Tact at the Leicester Comedy Festival on February 14th.
Elephants, dogs, cats, Klingons, hippos, Boris Johnson and quackery. What do these things have in common? Well, nothing, except that's what iszi and Simon were talking about this week.
This week we've got The Archers, porn, The Wombles, music and our thoughts on the inauguration a full day before it even happened. What more could you want? Childhood jokes? Well, we've got those too. But no cake.
In which Simon rounds up the entireity of 2008 in handy statistics based fun, while iszi batters the winning mentality of her opponent to a pulp, repeatedly, with sticks. Many thanks to all of you who have listened to the show throughout the year.
This week Simon takes a long hard look in The Mirror and only finds something worthless staring back at him. Meanwhile, iszi presents a guide to surviving Christmas. Literally.
Find out the link between Starbucks and Star Trek, while Simon refuses to spread gossip about Cliff Richard, no matter how much iszi pesters him. A few minutes of this episode had to be removed lest Cliff's lawyers got in touch - lawyers or angels? Who knows. Also, something about Jimmy Saville was cut, but you can make up your own rumour and it's bound to ring true.
In spite of some dodgy accents, iszi brings a touch of the Highlands to proceedings, while Simon totally fails to say anything remotely interesting. If that's one too many adjectives for you, why not write to us with some vitriolic hate mail.
Technical difficulties prevented a full length show, so instead take a moment to enjoy some deleted scenes from previous episodes. But check back next week for a full length bonanza.
Simon examines the superficiality of Italian politics, while iszi realises it's just an excuse for him to stare at cleavage and bottoms. There's also talk of style, culture, travel and crayons.
This week Simon posits a theory about the decline of bees, while iszi does an awful lot of drugs. It's a heavyweight battle, with the Independent versus the Observer, and there can only be one winner.
Simon and iszi are away, so on the evening after the US election they recorded a chat with Tom Greeves. Tom helped a Congressman run for the Senate in 2004, so naturally he was asked to comment on the US political system, and more importantly, cake.
This week sees an unholy mismatch, as Simon hears tell of the wonders of Washington, and iszi ... well, let's not ruin the surprise.
A random generator this week means that you will listen to one of two episodes - a trick, or a treat. Dare to be scared? Listen away.