Good, The Bad And The Unexpected, The [Radio Scotland]

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A brand new comedy panel show featuring host Julia Sutherland. Each week shee is joined onstage by four incredible comedians, each of them trying to win over the audience with their Good, Bad and Unexpected stories and answers.

Jo Caulfield is joined by Mark Nelson whilst Susan Calman teams up with Gary Delaney to each share some life affirming and wondrous, something dirty and shameful, and finally something quite unexpected from their lives. Englishwomen living in Scotland, and Scotsmen visiting England; creating new television shows on the spot; unfortunate adventures in Berlin's more 'open minded' backstreets and old fashioned road-rage are all tackled on stage in this new comedy show recorded live at the Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh.

A brand new comedy panel show featuring host Julia Sutherland. Each week she is joined onstage by four incredible comedians, each of them trying to win over the audience with their Good, Bad and Unexpected stories and answers.

Billy Kirkwood, Jay Lafferty And Liam Withnail2020013120200201 (RS)Mark Nelson hosts a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the rules tend to break down; the good things sometimes outweigh the bad and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner. Each guest has to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week Mark is joined three stand-up comedians, each loaded with incredible stories. Billy Kirkwood tells us about what went wrong on his national tour with an international mega-star, whilst Jay Lafferty takes the applause she deserves for bringing more life into the world. Comedian Liam Withnail completes the line-up and hopes to win the game with his crushing disappointment of being alone for ten whole days.

Includes a special guest appearance from Rosco McClelland.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Three funny guests outdo each other with their good, bad and unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson hosts a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers to make sense of the world we live in.

This week Mark is joined three stand-up comedians, each loaded with incredible stories. Billy Kirkwood tells us about what went wrong on his national tour with an international mega-star, whilst Jay Lafferty takes the applause she deserves for bringing more life into the world. Comedian Liam Withnail completes the line-up and hopes to win the game with his crushing disappointment of being alone for ten whole days.

Chris Forbes, Njambi Mcgrath And Marc Jennings20200207Mark Nelson hosts a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the rules tend to break down; the good things sometimes outweigh the bad and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner. Each guest has to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week Mark is joined by actor and comedian Chris Forbes, who recently found worldwide fame playing Duncan Murray, the "other" Murray brother. Alongside him is stand-up and writer Njambi McGrath, who shares her Kenyan perspective on all things Scottish, whilst one of Scotland's best new comedians Marc Jennings completes the fantastic line-up.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Three funny guests outdo each other with their good, bad and unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson hosts a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers to make sense of the world we live in.

This week Mark is joined by actor and comedian Chris Forbes, who recently found worldwide fame playing Duncan Murray, the "other" Murray brother. Alongside him is stand-up and writer Njambi McGrath, who shares her Kenyan perspective on all things Scottish, whilst one of Scotland's best new comedians Marc Jennings completes the fantastic line-up.

Colin Cloud, Rachel Jackson And Alun Cochrane2019083020190831 (RS)Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. There’ll be moments of joy, tales of peril and each guest will have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week's odd threesome of guests are the international magician and 'stage mentalist' Colin Cloud, who has promised not to use his trickery to take victory back to his home town of Harthill. He is flanked by comedian, actor and the busiest person in showbiz Rachel Jackson, and Glaswegian born comedian Alun Cochrane makes a welcome return to his home country to fight his corner.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Three funny guests outdo each other with their good, bad and unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Colin Cloud, Rachel Jackson And Alun Cochrane2019091320190914 (RS)Mark Nelson leads a panel of Scotland's funniest comedians and personalities attempting to decipher the good from the bad, with a few unexpected twists along the way.

This week's odd threesome of guests are the international magician and 'stage mentalist' Colin Cloud, who has promised not to use his trickery to take victory back to his home town of Harthill. He is flanked by comedian, actor and the busiest person in showbiz Rachel Jackson, and Glaswegian born comedian Alun Cochrane makes a welcome return to his home country to fight his corner.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson leads a panel of Scotland's funniest comedians and personalities attempting to decipher the good from the bad, with a few unexpected twists along the way.

This week's odd threesome of guests are the international magician and 'stage mentalist' Colin Cloud, who has promised not to use his trickery to take victory back to his home town of Harthill. He is flanked by comedian, actor and the busiest person in showbiz Rachel Jackson, and Glaswegian born comedian Alun Cochrane makes a welcome return to his home country to fight his corner.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Craig Hill, Kiri Pritchard-mclean And Leo Kearse2019083020190831 (RS)Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. There’ll be moments of joy, tales of peril and each guest will have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week's guests are the sensational Scottish stand-up Craig Hill, the glittering comedian and writer with an odd hobby Kiri Pritchard-McLean and one of the country's few right wing comedians Leo Kearse.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Three funny guests outdo each other with their good, bad and unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Dave Johns, Susan Riddell And Alex Arthur2019021520190216 (RS)Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest people as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. This week Mark is the referee between star of 'I, Daniel Blake' Dave Johns, one of Scotland's hottest comedians Susan Riddell and former British, Commonwealth, European and WBO super featherweight champion Alex Arthur MBE. Don't expect a clean fight.

The show where comedians work out the good from the bad, with a few unexpected twists.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Des Clarke, Julia Sutherland And Gareth Waugh2020052920200530 (RS)Mark Nelson and three guests find the best and worst of life, with plenty of surprises.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of Scotland's funniest people, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

Des Clarke takes a break from the news and isn't breaking lockdown, even with the nice weather, whilst Julia Sutherland shares the biggest story of her showbiz life. Show favourite, Gareth Waugh, returns with his boundless energy and newfound love for scary things...

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

Elaine C Smith, Mike Mcshane And Colt Cabana2019090620190907 (RS)Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. There’ll be moments of joy, tales of peril and each guest will have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week Mark hopes to extract some incredible behind the scenes stories from three fantastic guests. Legendary actor and comedian Elaine C. Smith leads the way with her heart warming good story, whilst American improvisor and actor Mike McShane has a bad story to end all others. Completing the line-up with a superplex and a wave to the crowd is the internationally renowned wrestler Colt Cabana.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Three funny guests outdo each other with their good, bad and unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Elaine Malcolmson, Micky P Kerr And Nancy Clench2019100420191005 (RS)Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. There’ll be moments of joy, tales of peril and each guest will have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week's guests are the deadpan and dead funny Elaine Malcolmson, Scotland's only 7ft tall drag queen Nancy Clench and Britain's Got Talent semi-finalist and comedian Micky P. Kerr.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Three funny guests outdo each other with their good, bad and unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Elaine Malcolmson, Raymond Mearns And Gareth Waugh2020011720200118 (RS)Mark Nelson leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the rules tend to break down; the good things sometimes outweigh the bad and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner. Each guest has to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week Mark is joined by a cracking panel of stand-up comedians. The deadpan and quietly hilarious Elaine Malcolmson tells a bad story about missing out on happiness, whilst comedy legend Raymond Mearns has found himself moving up the social ladder - finally. Completing the line-up is the newly 30 year old stand-up comedian Gareth Waugh, who enjoyed his birthday celebrations on the whole, with just one or too awkward moments.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Three funny guests outdo each other with their good, bad and unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers to make sense of the world we live in.

This week Mark is joined by a cracking panel of stand-up comedians. The deadpan and quietly hilarious Elaine Malcolmson tells a bad story about missing out on happiness, whilst comedy legend Raymond Mearns has found himself moving up the social ladder - finally. Completing the line-up is the newly 30 year old stand-up comedian Gareth Waugh, who enjoyed his birthday celebrations on the whole, with just one or too awkward moments.

Eshaan Akbar, Ashley Storrie And Frank Mcavennie2019020820190209 (RS)Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest people as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. This week the towering stand-up comedian Eshaan Akbar faces two Glaswegian favourites. Ashley Storrie is a comedian, BBC Radio Scotland presenter and YouTube sensation and she'll be fighting her corner beside football legend Frank McAvennie. Expect some very unexpected stories on this show.

The show where comedians work out the good from the bad, with a few unexpected twists.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. There’ll be moments of joy, tales of peril and each guest will have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

Fiona O'carroll, Jay Lafferty And Micky Bartlett2019011820190119 (RS)Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and personalities as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. There’ll be moments of joy, tales of peril and each guest will have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week Mark is helped out by star of 'Mrs Brown's Boys' Fiona O'Carroll who can't travel in first class anymore, star Northern Irish comedian Micky Bartlett who can't wait to face the unexpected questions and Scottish stand-up Jay Lafferty who has an incredibly bad tale to tell.

The show where comedians work out the good from the bad, with a few unexpected twists.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Fred Macaulay, Jojo Sutherland And Gareth Waugh2019092720190928 (RS)
20191214 (RS)
Mark Nelson leads a panel of Scotland's funniest comedians and personalities attempting to decipher the good from the bad, with a few unexpected twists along the way.

This week stellar line-up includes three of the best comedians working in Scotland right now: the Godfather of Scottish stand-up Fred MacAulay, comedian, writer and actor Jojo Sutherland and one of the funniest people on the planet, Gareth Waugh.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Fred Macaulay, Michelle Mcmanus And Raymond Mearns2019011120190112 (RS)Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and personalities as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. There’ll be moments of joy, tales of peril and each guest will have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

Under question on the panel this week is the distinguished statesman of Scottish comedy Fred MacAulay, the singing sensation from Glasgow Michelle McManus and the indeterminable and hilarious actor and comedian Raymond Mearns.

The show where comedians work out the good from the bad, with a few unexpected twists.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Gary Robertson, Kiri Pritchard-mclean And John Scott2020060520200606 (RS)Mark Nelson and three guests find the best and worst of life, with plenty of surprises.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funniest friends, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

BBC Radio Scotland's Good Morning Scotland host Gary Robertson joins the show, looking back on better days and explaining some of the unexpected moments in his life. He's joined by Welsh stand-up, dry shampoo and wedding expert Kiri Pritchard-McLean, and comedian John Scott completes the line-up with his struggles to keep the lockdown weight off.

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

Hal Cruttenden, Jo Caulfield And Stephen Buchanan2020011020200111 (RS)Join Mark Nelson for a new series of unexpected greatness and inevitable failures as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers making sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the rules tend to break down, the good things sometimes outweigh the bad and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner. Each guest has to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week Mark is joined by a fantastic panel of stand-up comedians. Hal Cruttenden is a well kent face in Scotland, and his middle-class English sensibilities blend in perfectly with the raucous Glasgow audience. Ever miss a home delivery? Jo Caulfield shares her stories of helping out a neighbour, and there's no happy ending, and finally Scottish Comedian of the Year Stephen Buchanan completes the panel with his youthful optimism for his long life ahead of him. A cracking start to the new series.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Three funny guests outdo each other with their good, bad and unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Join Mark Nelson for a new series of unexpected greatness and inevitable failures as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers making sense of the world we live in.

This week Mark is joined by a fantastic panel of stand-up comedians. Hal Cruttenden is a well kent face in Scotland, and his middle-class English sensibilities blend in perfectly with the raucous Glasgow audience. Ever miss a home delivery? Jo Caulfield shares her stories of helping out a neighbour, and there's no happy ending, and finally Scottish Comedian of the Year Stephen Buchanan completes the panel with his youthful optimism for his long life ahead of him. A cracking start to the new series.

Hal Cruttenden, Wendy Wason And Tam Cowan2020090420200905 (RS)Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funny friends, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

It's a new series featuring comedian Hal Cruttenden, who has learnt to love his children in the last year, plus Wendy Wason tells an incredible story about getting lucky in Los Angeles. From Off The Ball, Tam Cowan completes the line-up and, as you might expect, has good and bad stories galore.

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

Mark Nelson and three guests find the best and worst of life, with plenty of surprises.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Jo Caulfield, Gary Little And Gareth Waugh2020021420200215 (RS)Mark Nelson hosts a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the rules tend to break down; the good things sometimes outweigh the bad and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner. Each guest has to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week Mark is joined by three of the best stand-ups in the country. Jo Caulfield has been really relishing some quality time off, but Gary Little and his pets haven’t been quite as fortunate in the last week. Gareth Waugh returns to the show with one of the worst bad stories we’ve ever heard, though he’s been forgiven by the family, mostly.

Last in the current series and filled with unexpected laughs.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Three funny guests try to outdo each other with their good, bad and unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson hosts a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers to make sense of the world we live in.

This week Mark is joined by three of the best stand-ups in the country. Jo Caulfield has been really relishing some quality time off, but Gary Little and his pets haven’t been quite as fortunate in the last week. Gareth Waugh returns to the show with one of the worst bad stories we’ve ever heard, though he’s been forgiven by the family, mostly.

Jo Caulfield, John Beattie And Ben Verth2020052220200523 (RS)Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of Scotland's funniest people, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

Joining Mark remotely are Jo Caulfield who has found an innovative way of keeping fit at home, Ben Verth who looks back at Scotland from his new home of Dublin, and BBC Radio Scotland presenter and rugby legend John Beattie shares some truly awful stories you won't believe could happen to such a charming man.

The show is jam-packed with laughs, unexpected twists and challenges; a real treat for the weekend.

Julia Sutherland, Gary Little And Stu Murphy2019010420190105 (RS)Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. There’ll be moments of joy, tales of peril and each guest will have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

Under question on the panel this week are terrifying Glasgow hard man and stand up comedian Gary Little, the failed gymnast turned presenter and comedian Julia Sutherland and writer, performer and not Garry from the double act Stu and Garry, Stu Murphy.

The show where comedians work out the good from the bad, with a few unexpected twists!

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Justin Moorhouse, Kaye Adams And Stuart Mcpherson2020061220200613 (RS)Mark Nelson and three guests find the best and worst of life, with plenty of surprises.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funniest friends in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

Justin Moorhouse looks back in his diary to his days of getting his face painted everyday in Phoenix Nights, whilst BBC Radio Scotland presenter Kaye Adams shares a story about the worst flight anyone has ever had, ever. Stand-up comedian Stuart McPherson gets himself into a prickly situation in a Glasgow barbers and all three of the panel are amazed by what Mark has learned in the last three months...

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

Kai Humphries, Stuart Mitchell And Jeannie Jones2020012420200125 (RS)Mark Nelson leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the rules tend to break down; the good things sometimes outweigh the bad and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner. Each guest has to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week Mark is joined by an eager panel of stand-up comedians. Kai Humphries is a Geordie comedian who has just finished an 18 month world tour in the most unlikely of places, whilst the firecracker of a stand-up Stuart Mitchell packs the show with jokes at every opportunity. GP and comedian Jeannie Jones completes the line-up, and shares her experiences of some of the most unexpected patients you could ever wish to see.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Three funny guests outdo each other with their good, bad and unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers to make sense of the world we live in.

Kirsty Wark, Jo Caulfield And Gareth Waugh2019020120190202 (RS)Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. There’ll be moments of joy, tales of peril and each guest will have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week old rivals join forces on the panel as Kirsty Wark, Jo Caulfield and Gareth Waugh team up to share some truly awful stories, but will they be ready for the unexpected questions that lie ahead...

The show where comedians work out the good from the bad, with a few unexpected twists.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Lucy Porter, Leah Mccrae And Paul Birchard20190906Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians and performers as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. There’ll be moments of joy, tales of peril and each guest will have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week Mark hopes to extract some incredible behind the scenes stories from three fantastic guests. Household favourite Lucy Porter is a comedian by trade, but isn't shy of a bit of acting here and there; much like the rest of the panel. Leah McCrae is better known as Julie in the smash hit BBC Scotland comedy Gary Tank Commander, whilst Paul Birchard's biggest hits include appearing in Batman, The Dark Knight and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. There's going to be stories galore.

Three funny guests outdo each other with their good, bad and unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Marjolein Robertson, Dr Phil Hammond And Stephen Carlin2019092020190921 (RS)Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. There’ll be moments of joy, tales of peril and each guest will have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

This week's guests are one of the fastest rising comedians in Scotland, Marjolein Robertson, deadpan and dead funny comedian Stephen Carlin and GP and comedian Dr. Phil Hammond.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Three funny guests outdo each other with their good, bad and unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest comedians as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

This week's guests are one of the fastest rising comedians in Scotland, Marjolein Robertson, deadpan and dead funny comedian Stephen Carlin and GP and comedian Dr. Phil Hammond.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Mark Nelson With Ashley Storrie, Larry Dean And Phil Nicol2020100220201003 (RS)Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funny friends, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

This week stand-up comedian Larry Dean heroically escapes a natural disaster, whilst Ashley Storrie recounts some of the worst ever stories we've ever heard. Phil Nicol completes the line-up with truly unbelieveable conspiracy theories and what he actually learned from an online debate.

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson With Kirsty Wark, Miles Jupp And Fred Macaulay2020100920201010 (RS)Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funny friends, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

In the last of the current series, it's a cracking line-up from Newsnight to Newton Mearns. Kirsty Wark surprises the rest of the panel with her forgettable shopping trip, whilst Miles Jupp has a different kind of journey to and from Amsterdam. Fred MacAulay tells his stories of crime fighting and working with one of the world's true legends, making this a show not to miss.

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

Mark Nelson and three guests find the best and worst of life, with plenty of surprises.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson With Leanne Crichton, Stephen Buchanan And Aatif Nawaz2021011520210116 (RS)Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funny friends, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

There's a sporting theme to this week's show, with Scotland International Leanne Crichton sharing stories of qualifying for the World Cup, comedian and Test Match Special presenter Aatif Nawaz playing cricket against his all time hero, and stand-up comedian Stephen Buchanan just happy to be here and take part.

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

Mark Nelson and three guests find the best and worst of life, with plenty of surprises.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson With Seann Walsh, Laura Lexx And Christopher Macarthur-boyd2020091120200912 (RS)Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funny friends, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

It's a cracking show with plenty of surprises. Comedian Seann Walsh shares THAT story about where it all went wrong for him, and Christopher Macarthur-Boyd takes on the struggles of lockdown and three letter acronyms. Laura Lexx completes the line-up and shines some much needed light into the corners of the unexpected.

Recorded remotely.

Mark Nelson and three guests find the best and worst of life, with plenty of surprises.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson With Terry Alderton, Jay Lafferty And Kai Humphries2020092520200926 (RS)Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funny friends, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

It's a week of accidents, misfortune and chaos as Terry Alderton meets one of the world's most famous people, Jay Lafferty turns detective to investigate some chickens, and Geordie comedian Kai Humphries goes to extreme lengths to cause himself injury. He's ok now.

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

Mark Nelson and three guests find the best and worst of life, with plenty of surprises.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson, with Craig Hill, Lach and Catriona Shearer2021020520210206 (RS)Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funny friends, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

This week comedian Craig Hill lights up his life with his discovery of disco and BBC Scotland newsreader Catriona Shearer has a smashing time in her brand new car. New York City legend Lach completes the line-up with his stories of megastars before they were famous, megastars when they were famous, and what we'd all like to do just now but can't - getting out of the house.

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson, With Elaine C. Smith, Sean Biggerstaff And Carl Hutchinson2021012220210123 (RS)Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funny friends, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

Crow Road and Harry Potter actor Sean Biggerstaff has dinner with someone really unexpected, and he's joined on the panel by absolute Scottish comedy royalty, Elaine C. Smith. As if that wasn't enough, the hardest working comedian in lockdown Carl Hutchinson joins the panel with tales of particularly average DIY.

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

Mark Nelson and three guests find the best and worst of life, with plenty of surprises.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson, With Janey Godley, Amy Irons And John Moloney2021010820210109 (RS)Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funny friends, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

Janey Godley shares her story of landing at the feet of George Clooney, and John Moloney meets not just one but two members of rock and roll royalty. Can Amy Irons compete with her story from Motherwell Ladies Day? It's a belter of a story in this first episode of a new series.

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

Mark Nelson and three guests find the best and worst of life, with plenty of surprises.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson, With Leah Macrae, Emmanuel Sonubi And Gareth Waugh2021012920210130 (RS)Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funny friends, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

It's a show fraught with danger, as River City star Leah MacRae tells her dramatic story of surviving the rush hour in Sydney, and stand-up comedian Emmanuel Sonubi meets his worst fear and dies on stage. Not to be outdown, comedian Gareth Waugh remembers the time he met Tom Hanks and went on a local safari.

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson, With Rory Bremner, Mark Millar And Shereen Cutkelvin2021021220210213 (RS)Join Mark Nelson as he leads a panel of some of Scotland's funniest people as they attempt to make sense of the world we live in.

It's a lively show where the good things sometimes outweigh the bad, and there's always something unexpected waiting around the corner to keep the panel on their toes. There’ll be moments of joy, tales of peril and each guest will have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

It's the last in the current series, and it's a belter. Master impressionist and comedian Rory Bremner shares outrageous stories about changing the course of history, and comicbook and Marvel writing superstar Mark Millar amazes the panel with his behind the scenes chat. Shereen Cutkelvin from BBC Introducing, X Factor and so much more completes the line-up and tells her stories of megastar parties and gigging in Glasgow.

The show where comedians work out the good from the bad, with a few unexpected twists.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Stephen Buchanan, Jessica Fostekew And Billy Sloan2020061920200620 (RS)Mark Nelson and three guests find the best and worst of life, with plenty of surprises.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funny friends, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

Stephen Buchanan shares his holiday misadventures in Italy before lockdown, whilst fellow stand-up Jessica Fostekew falls in love in a different way in her mid thirties. Presenter and journalist Billy Sloan completes the line-up and recalls what should have been his biggest, happiest gig in-front of 10,000 music fans in Glasgow.

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Stuart Cosgrove, Eleanor Tiernan And Jamie Macdonald2020091820200919 (RS)Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of his funny friends, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

Comedians Eleanor Tiernan and Jamie MacDonald trade good stories at very different ends of the fame scale, with only one of them embarrassing themselves infront of one of the world's most famous men, whilst BBC Radio Scotland's Stuart Cosgrove rides high with an embarrassment of good and bad stories from his illustrious career.

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Susan Riddell, Krystal Evans And Liam Withnail2019101120191012 (RS)Mark Nelson leads a panel of Scotland's funniest comedians and personalities attempting to decipher the good from the bad, with a few unexpected twists along the way.

This week's panel features some of the best young comedians in the country. Star of 'The State of It' and 'The Comedy Underground' Susan Riddell shares her experiences as a co-dog-parent; Amused Moose 'Outstanding Fringe Show' Winner Liam Withnail stands up for the environment and American stand-up Krystal Evans is still adjusting to life in Scotland.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

A Dabster production for BBC Radio Scotland.

Zoe Lyons, Grant Stott And Stuart Mitchell2020051520200516 (RS)Mark Nelson and three guests find the best and worst of life, with plenty of surprises.

Four comedians try to win over the audience with good, bad or unexpected stories.

Three comedians try to win over the audience with their good, bad or unexpected stories.

New Series.

Mark Nelson hosts a comedy panel of three of Scotland's funniest people, in search of the good, bad and unexpected stories from their daily lives.

Zoe Lyons has stopped gigging during lockdown and has found a very unexpected way to keep herself busy, whilst BBC Radio Scotland's Grant Stott is reaching new highs whilst keeping the nation entertained in difficult circumstances. Stuart Mitchell completes the line-up with razor sharp observations from new, unfinished home.

There's plenty of unexpected moments and stories in this high energy show, recorded remotely.

01012015040320150404 (RS)Julia Sutherland is joined on stage by comedians Jo Caulfield, Des Clarke, Zoe Lyons and Keir McAllister. We have good stuff, bad stuff and plenty of unexpected. There's stories of hotel disasters, awkward bus journeys, meeting with royals and of course, a lesbian wedding. We also have epic new songs titles, honest adverts and some choices that would make your toes curl.

Produced by Dabster Productions

Written and devised By Kevin Anderson and Jo Caulfield

Additional Material:

Ross "Teddy" Craig

Keiron Nicholson

Jane Walker

Dan Evans

Gareth Waugh.

Julia Sutherland is joined by Jo Caulfield, Des Clarke, Zoe Lyons and Keir McAllister.

Ross ""Teddy"" Craig

Julia Sutherland is joined by Jo Caulfield, Des Clarke, Zoe Lyons and Keir McAllister.

Julia Sutherland is joined on stage by comedians Jo Caulfield, Des Clarke, Zoe Lyons and Keir McAllister. We have good stuff, bad stuff and plenty of unexpected. There's stories of hotel disasters, awkward bus journeys, meeting with royals and of course, a lesbian wedding. We also have epic new songs titles, honest adverts and some choices that would make your toes curl.

Written and devised By Kevin Anderson and Jo Caulfield

Dan Evans

Gareth Waugh.

01022015041020150411 (RS)Julia Sutherland is joined on stage by comedians Jo Caulfield, Gareth Waugh, Tiff Stevenson and Jason Cook. We have good stuff, bad stuff and plenty of unexpected. There's stories of expensive holidays with goats, telescopes and dinner dates, and a tongue injury. We've also got some interesting ring tones and more jokes than you thought possible in half an hour.

Produced by Dabster Productions

Written and devised By Kevin Anderson and Jo Caulfield

Additional Material:

Ross "Teddy" Craig

Keiron Nicholson

Jane Walker

Dan Evans.

Julia Sutherland is joined by Jo Caulfield, Gareth Waugh, Tiff Stevenson and Jason Cook.

Ross ""Teddy"" Craig

01032015041720150418 (RS)Julia Sutherland is joined on stage by comedians Jo Caulfield, Keiron Nicholson, Stephen Grant and Mick Ferry to find out who is Good, who is Bad and what might be Unexpected.

Recorded live at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh, each guest is vying for the audience's vote as they share moments of joy, tales of peril and have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

Produced by Dabster Productions

Written and devised By Kevin Anderson and Jo Caulfield

Additional Material:

Ross "Teddy" Craig

Jane Walker

Dan Evans.

Julia Sutherland is joined by Jo Caulfield, Keiron Nicholson, Stephen Grant and Mick Ferry

Ross ""Teddy"" Craig

01042015042420150425 (RS)Julia Sutherland is joined on stage by comedians Jo Caulfield, Ray Bradshaw, Ian Stone and Lucy Porter to find out who is Good, who is Bad and what might be Unexpected.

Recorded live at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh, each guest pushes the boundaries in an attempt to win audience's vote as they share serendipitous moments, very personal failings and have to be quick witted in this joke packed comedy panel show.

Produced by Dabster Productions

Written and devised By Kevin Anderson and Jo Caulfield

Additional Material:

Ross "Teddy" Craig

Keiron Nicholson

Jane Walker

Dan Evans

John Hamilton.

Julia Sutherland is joined by comics Jo Caulfield, Ray Bradshaw, Ian Stone and Lucy Porter

Ross ""Teddy"" Craig

Julia Sutherland is joined by comics Jo Caulfield, Ray Bradshaw, Ian Stone and Lucy Porter

John Hamilton.

01052015050120150502 (RS)Julia Sutherland tests Bennet Arron, Gary Little, Jay Lafferty and Ross 'Teddy' Craig.

Julia Sutherland is joined on stage by comedians Bennet Arron, Gary Little, Jay Lafferty and Teddy to find out who is Good, who is Bad and what might be Unexpected.

Recorded live in Inverness, each guest is vying for the audience's vote as they share moments of joy, tales of peril and have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

Produced by Dabster Productions

Written and devised By Kevin Anderson and Jo Caulfield

Additional Material:

Ross "Teddy" Craig

John Hamilton

Jane Walker

Dan Evans.

Ross ""Teddy"" Craig

Written and devised By Kevin Anderson and Jo Caulfield

Dan Evans.

010620150509Julia Sutherland is joined on stage by Jo Caulfield, Gary Delaney, Dan Evans and Grant Stott to find out who is Good, who is Bad and what might be Unexpected.

Recorded live in Edinburgh, each guest is vying for the audience's vote as they share moments of joy, tales of peril and have to think on their feet in this joke packed comedy panel show.

Produced by Dabster Productions

Written and devised By Kevin Anderson and Jo Caulfield

Additional Material:

Ross "Teddy" Craig

John Hamilton

Jane Walker.

Ross ""Teddy"" Craig

Julia Sutherland is joined on stage by Jo Caulfield, Gary Delaney, Dan Evans and Grant Stott to find out who is Good, who is Bad and what might be Unexpected.

Written and devised By Kevin Anderson and Jo Caulfield