Ruby Wax gets to grips with some life's really big issues, plays some seriously good comedy and talks back to anybody who happens to be in the studio.
|01||01||Love And Sex:||20030524|
|01||02||Age And Aging||20030531||Each week Ruby sets the record straight on a different topic and with the occasional aid of the world's greatest comedians, tells you more about the subject than you ever thought you wanted to know.|
|01||03||Families||20030607||Ruby Wax tackles family issues, from parenthood to sibling rivalry, using comedy clips and her inimitable wit and flair.|
With contributions from Elayne Boosler, Robert Klein and Rita Rudnor.
|01||04||Marriage||20030614||Ruby has her wicked way with the institution of marriage, from blushed proposal to rushed divorce or hushed old age, depending how your life pans out.|
With comedy clips from Joan Rivers and Jo Brand
|01||05||Consumer Culture||20030621||Ruby Wax and producer-writer Clive Tulloh take conspicuous consumption as their subject this week, that's shopping, eating, cosmetic surgery - everything that's important in life!.|
|01||06||Roots||20030628||Today she takes on cultural roots, ethnic humour, stereotypes and political correctness.|
|01||07||Roots||20030705||Ruby Wax presents the seventh in an eight-part series of live banter and comedy clips, assisted by her co-writer Clive Tulloh|
|01||08 LAST||Fame||20030712||Ruby Wax concludes her series of comedy clips on life's big issues with the subject of fame.|
Including contributions from Jo Brand, Harvey Fierstein, Phyllis Diller and Eddie Izzard
|01||XMAS||Christmas||20031225||Ruby Wax and Clive Tulloh debate the pros and cons of the comedy of Christmas, Hanukah and other mid-winter festivals, lining up an array of the finest comedy clips for the season.|
|02||01||20040417||Ruby Wax returns to talk about life and death issues, play some cutting edge comedy and be extremely rude to her long suffering co-presenter, Clive Tulloh, in a comedy archive half hour.|