Genius

Recorded in front of an audience, Genius is the radio comedy series which sees award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Episodes

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20080429 BT=2330 (BBC7)"A 99p coin, Spokie-Dokies on the Millennium Wheel and steel drum urinals. Genius? Paul Daniels helps Dave Gorman decide. Episode 1 of 5."
20080430 BT=0430 (BBC7)"A 99p coin, Spokie-Dokies on the Millennium Wheel and steel drum urinals. Genius? Paul Daniels helps Dave Gorman decide. Episode 1 of 5."
20071214 BT=2300 (BBC7)"A 99p coin, Spokie-Dokies on the Millennium Wheel and steel drum urinals. Genius? Paul Daniels helps Dave Gorman decide."
20071215 BT=0400 (BBC7)"A 99p coin, Spokie-Dokies on the Millennium Wheel and steel drum urinals. Genius? Paul Daniels helps Dave Gorman decide."
20110408 (BBC7)"Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea, from mini-elephants to food on tap. From November 2005.

Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy ideas."

20071228 BT=2300 (BBC7)"John Fortune joins Dave Gorman to discuss genius ideas, like getting riot police to use laughing gas instead of tear gas."
20071229 BT=0400 (BBC7)"John Fortune joins Dave Gorman to discuss genius ideas, like getting riot police to use laughing gas instead of tear gas."
20080506 BT=2330 (BBC7)"Richard Madeley joins Dave Gorman to discuss 'genius' ideas like mini-elephants, walking on the left and food on tap. From Nov 2005. Episode 2 of 5."
20080507 BT=0430 (BBC7)"Richard Madeley joins Dave Gorman to discuss 'genius' ideas like mini-elephants, walking on the left and food on tap. From Nov 2005. Episode 2 of 5."
20071221 BT=2300 (BBC7)"Richard Madeley joins Dave Gorman to discuss 'genius' ideas like mini-elephants, walking on the left and food on tap."
20071222 BT=0400 (BBC7)"Richard Madeley joins Dave Gorman to discuss 'genius' ideas like mini-elephants, walking on the left and food on tap."
20110409 (BBC7)Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy ideas.
20080104 BT=2300 (BBC7)Dave Gorman is joined by special guest Neil Innes to prove that there's a fine line between genius and madness. From Nov 2005.
20080105 BT=0400 (BBC7)Dave Gorman is joined by special guest Neil Innes to prove that there's a fine line between genius and madness. From Nov 2005.
20080520 BT=2330 (BBC7)Dave Gorman is joined by special guest Neil Innes to prove that there's a fine line between genius and madness. From Nov 2005.
20080521 BT=0430 (BBC7)Dave Gorman is joined by special guest Neil Innes to prove that there's a fine line between genius and madness. From Nov 2005.
20080513 BT=2330 (BBC7)John Fortune joins Dave Gorman to discuss genius ideas like getting riot police to use laughing gas instead of tear gas. Episode 3 of 5.
20080514 BT=0430 (BBC7)John Fortune joins Dave Gorman to discuss genius ideas like getting riot police to use laughing gas instead of tear gas. Episode 3 of 5.
20080527 BT=2330 (BBC7)Stewart Lee is Dave Gorman's special guest as they try to decide which of the listeners' ideas constitute genius. From Nov 2005.
20080528 BT=0430 (BBC7)Stewart Lee is Dave Gorman's special guest as they try to decide which of the listeners' ideas constitute genius. From Nov 2005.
20070412Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Johnny Vegas chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.
20070419Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Carol Vorderman chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.
20070426Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Brian Sewell chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.
20070503Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Chris Addison chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.
20070510Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Sid Waddell chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.
20070517Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Armando Iannucci chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.
Stewart Lee20080111 BT=2300 (BBC7)
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is Dave Gorman's special guest as they try to decide which of the listener's ideas constitute genius. From Nov 2005.
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has to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals.

From the 99p coin to steel drum urinals, Dave Gorman asks magician Paul Daniels to select the best loopy idea. From October 2005.

Paul Daniels has to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals.

Dave Gorman asks Paul Daniels to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals. From November 2005.

A 99p coin, Spokie-Dokies on the Millennium Wheel and steel drum urinals.

Genius? Paul Daniels helps Dave Gorman decide which listener's loopy idea is the best.

"has to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas"

Dave Gorman asks Paul Daniels to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals. From November 2005.

From November 2005."

"Dave Gorman asks Paul Daniels to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals. From November 2005.

From the 99p coin to steel drum urinals, Dave Gorman asks magician Paul Daniels to select the best loopy idea. From October 2005.

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Dave Gorman asks Paul Daniels to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals. From November 2005.

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Paul Daniels chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

A 99p coin, Spokie-Dokies on the Millennium Wheel and steel drum urinals. Genius? Paul Daniels helps Dave Gorman decide.

Paul Daniels has to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals.

The first of three radio comedy series where award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2005.

"Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Paul Daniels chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public."

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Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea, from mini-elephants to food on tap. From November 2005.

Richard Madeley joins Dave Gorman to discuss 'genius' ideas like mini-elephants, walking on the left and food on tap.

Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea, from mini-elephants to food on tap.

From 2005.

Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy ideas.

"Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea, from mini-elephants to food on tap. From November 2005.

Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea.

Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy ideas."

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Dave Gorman's special guest is Richard Madeley.

and food on tap. From Nov 2005. Episode 2 of 5.

Richard Madeley joins Dave Gorman to discuss 'genius' ideas like mini-elephants, walking on the left and food on tap. From Nov 2005. Episode 2 of 5.

From mini-elephants to food on tap. Dave Gorman asks TV host Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea.

The first of three radio comedy series where award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 2005.

"Recorded in front of an audience, Genius is the radio comedy series which sees award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Dave Gorman's special guest is Richard Madeley."

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Using laughing gas for riots? Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the best loopy idea.

Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the public's best loopy idea, like using laughing gas for riots. From November 2005.

Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the public's best loopy idea. From November 2005.

John Fortune joins Dave Gorman to discuss genius ideas, like getting riot police to use laughing gas instead of tear gas.

"Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the public's best loopy idea. From November 2005.

John Fortune joins Dave Gorman to discuss genius ideas, like getting riot police to use laughing gas instead of tear gas."

"

Using laughing gas for riots? Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the best loopy idea.

Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the public's best loopy idea, like using laughing gas for riots. From November 2005.

Dave Gorman's special guest is John Fortune.

John Fortune joins Dave Gorman to discuss genius ideas like getting riot police to use laughing gas instead of tear gas. Episode 3 of 5.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

A fake brake pedal for nervous passengers to using laughing gas for riots? Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the public's best loopy idea.

The first of three radio comedy series where award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 2005.

"Recorded in front of an audience, Genius is the radio comedy series which sees award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Dave Gorman's special guest is John Fortune."

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From bunk chairs to helium-filled bubble wrap, Neil Innes selects the best loopy idea.

From bunk chairs to helium-filled bubble wrap, Dave Gorman asks Neil Innes to select the public's best loopy idea. From November 2005.

Dave Gorman is joined by special guest Neil Innes to prove that there's a fine line between genius and madness.

Dave Gorman asks Neil Innes to select the public's best loopy idea, from bunk chairs to pre-buttered bread.

Dave Gorman asks Neil Innes to select the public's best loopy idea.

Dave Gorman asks Neil Innes to select the public's best loopy idea, from bunk chairs to pre-buttered bread. From November 2005.

"Dave Gorman is joined by special guest Neil Innes to prove that there's a fine line between genius and madness.

Dave Gorman asks Neil Innes to select the public's best loopy idea, from bunk chairs to pre-buttered bread.

Dave Gorman asks Neil Innes to select the public's best loopy idea, from bunk chairs to pre-buttered bread. From November 2005."

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Dave Gorman is joined by special guest Neil Innes to prove that there's a fine line between genius and madness. From Nov 2005.

From bunk chairs to helium-filled bubble wrap, Neil Innes selects the best loopy idea.

From bunk chairs to helium-filled bubble wrap, Dave Gorman asks Neil Innes to select the public's best loopy idea. From November 2005.

From bunk chairs to helium-filled bubble wrap.Dave Gorman asks musical comedian Neil Innes to select the public's best loopy idea.

The first of three radio comedy series where award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 2005.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Neil Innes chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

From bunk chairs to helium-filled bubble wrap. Dave Gorman asks musical comedian Neil Innes to select the public's best loopy idea.

The first of three radio comedy series where award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Neil Innes chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

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Stewart Lee is Dave Gorman's special guest as they try to decide which of the listener's ideas constitute genius.

Dave Gorman asks Stewart Lee to select the public's best loopy idea, like a CD player/microwave oven. From November 2005.

Dave Gorman and Stewart Lee consider a CD player/microwave oven combo.

"Stewart Lee is Dave Gorman's special guest as they try to decide which of the listener's ideas constitute genius.

Dave Gorman and Stewart Lee consider a CD player/microwave oven combo."

Stewart Lee is Dave Gorman's special guest as they try to decide which of the listener's ideas constitute genius.

From a self-cleaning fish tank with a twist to a CD player-cum-microwave oven?

Dave Gorman asks comedian Stewart Lee to select the public's best loopy idea.

The first of three radio comedy series where award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 2005.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Stewart Lee chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

is Dave Gorman's special guest as they try to decide which of the listener's ideas constitute genius. From Nov 2005.

Stewart Lee is Dave Gorman's special guest as they try to decide which of the listeners' ideas constitute genius. From Nov 2005.

Dave Gorman asks comedian Stewart Lee to select the public's best loopy idea.

The first of three radio comedy series where award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

Dave Gorman and Stewart Lee consider a CD player/microwave oven combo.

"Dave Gorman asks Stewart Lee to select the public's best loopy idea, like a CD player/microwave oven. From November 2005."

Dave Gorman and Stewart Lee consider a CD player/microwave oven combo."

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Stewart Lee chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

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Dave Gorman and Johnny Vegas chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.

Dave Gorman and Johnny Vegas chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas, and choose the best. From September 2006.

Dave Gorman asks Paul Daniels to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals.

From November 2005.

Paul Daniels has to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals.

"4 Extra Debut.Dave Gorman and Johnny Vegas chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas, and choose the best. From September 2006.

Paul Daniels has to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals."

"Dave Gorman asks Paul Daniels to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals.

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4 Extra Debut. Dave Gorman and Johnny Vegas chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas, and choose the best. From September 2006.

Dave Gorman asks Paul Daniels to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals. From November 2005.

Dave Gorman asks Paul Daniels to decide which listener's loopy idea is the best."

From a robotic dog to friendly car horns.

Dave Gorman asks comedian and actor Johnny Vegas to select the public's best loopy idea

The second of three radio comedy series where award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in September 2006.

Dave Gorman and Johnny Vegas chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Johnny Vegas chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

Dave Gorman asks Paul Daniels to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals.

Paul Daniels has to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals.

Dave Gorman asks Paul Daniels to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals. From November 2005.

Dave Gorman asks Paul Daniels to decide which listener's loopy idea is the best.

Comedy series which sees award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Johnny Vegas chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius schemes of the public.

"Comedy series which sees award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Johnny Vegas chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius schemes of the public."

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"Dave Gorman asks Paul Daniels to select the best loopy idea, from the 99p coin to steel drum urinals. From November 2005."
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Dave Gorman and Carol Vorderman discuss ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.

Dave Gorman and Carol Vorderman discuss ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas, and choose the best. From September 2006.

Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea.

From 2005.

Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea, from mini-elephants to food on tap.

From November 2005.

"Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea.

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Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea. From 2005."

"Dave Gorman and Carol Vorderman discuss ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.

From November 2005."

Rotating rooms and flexible retirement?

Dave Gorman asks TV's Carol Vorderman to choose the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in September 2006.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

Dave Gorman asks TV's Carol Vorderman to choose the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Carol Vorderman chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea.

Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea, from mini-elephants to food on tap.

Dave Gorman and Carol Vorderman discuss ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas, and choose the best. From September 2006.

Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea. From 2005.

Comedy series which sees award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Carol Vorderman chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius schemes of the public.

"Comedy series which sees award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Carol Vorderman chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius schemes of the public."

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Dave Gorman and Brian Sewell chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.

Dave Gorman and Brian Sewell chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas, and choose the best. From September 2006.

Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the public's best loopy idea, like using laughing gas for riots.

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Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the public's best loopy idea, like using laughing gas for riots. From November 2005.

Dave Gorman asks John Fortune to select the public's best loopy idea. From November 2005."

A cure for jet lag and a horse bike?

Dave Gorman asks art critic Brian Sewell to choose the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in September 2006.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Brian Sewell chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

Comedy series which sees award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and guest Brian Sewell chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius schemes of the public.

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Dave Gorman asks Neil Innes to select the public's best loopy idea.

Dave Gorman asks Neil Innes to select the public's best loopy idea, from bunk chairs to pre-buttered bread.

Dave Gorman and Chris Addison chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas, and choose the best. From September 2006.

Dave Gorman and Chris Addison chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.

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Dave Gorman asks Neil Innes to select the public's best loopy idea, from bunk chairs to pre-buttered bread. From November 2005.

Dave Gorman asks Neil Innes to select the public's best loopy idea. From November 2005."

Buying socks in threes and happy chickens?

Dave Gorman asks comedian Chris Addison to choose the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in September 2006.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Chris Addison chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

Comedy series which sees award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and guest Chris Addison chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius schemes of the public.

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Dave Gorman and Sid Waddell chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.

Dave Gorman and Sid Waddell chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas, and choose the best. From October 2006.

Dave Gorman asks Stewart Lee to select the public's best loopy idea.

From November 2005.

Dave Gorman asks Stewart Lee to select the public's best loopy idea, like a CD player/microwave oven combo.

Dave Gorman asks Stewart Lee to select the public's best loopy idea, like a CD player/microwave oven.

Dave Gorman and Stewart Lee consider a CD player/microwave oven combo.

"Sid Waddell

Dave Gorman asks Stewart Lee to select the public's best loopy idea, like a CD player/microwave oven.

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Dave Gorman asks Stewart Lee to select the public's best loopy idea, like a CD player/microwave oven. From November 2005.

Dave Gorman asks Stewart Lee to select the public's best loopy idea. From November 2005."

Perforated bread and counselling with a twist.

Dave Gorman asks Darts commentator Sid Waddell to choose the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2006.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Sid Waddell chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

Comedy series which sees award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and guest Sid Waddell chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius schemes of the public.

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Dave Gorman and Armando Iannucci chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas, and choose the best. From October 2006.

Armando Iannucci

Dave Gorman and Armando Iannucci chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Armando Iannucci chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

Comedy series which sees award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and guest Armando Iannucci chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius schemes of the public.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

Aeroplane parachutes and ASBO flip-flops.

Dave Gorman asks writer and producer Armando Iannucci to choose the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2006.

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Dave Gorman and Armando Iannucci chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.

Aeroplane parachutes and ASBO flip-flops.

Dave Gorman asks writer and producer Armando Iannucci to choose the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2006.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

"Dave Gorman and Armando Iannucci chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.

Dave Gorman and Armando Iannucci chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas, and choose the best. From October 2006."

"Comedy series which sees award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and guest Armando Iannucci chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius schemes of the public."

"Dave Gorman and Armando Iannucci chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas, and choose the best. From October 2006."

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Rob Newman

A whole new realm of swearing opens up as Rob Newman joins Dave Gorman for more innovation in everyday life. From October 2007.

A whole new realm of swearing opens up as Rob Newman joins Dave Gorman.

Rob Newman

4 Extra Debut. A whole new realm of swearing opens up as Rob Newman joins Dave Gorman for more innovation in everyday life. From October 2007.

Hi-tech hitching to brushes with fingernails.

Dave Gorman asks comedian Rob Newman to select the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2007.

A whole new realm of swearing opens up as Rob Newman joins Dave Gorman.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

1/6.Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Rob Newman chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

1/6. Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Rob Newman chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

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Germaine Greer

Lego prisons? A tea tray as a system of measurement? Germaine Greer helps Dave Gorman solicit new thinking. From October 2007.

Lego prisons? A tea tray as a system of measurement? Germaine Greer helps new thinking.

Germaine Greer

Dave Gorman asks writer Germaine Greer to select the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2007.

Lego prisons? A tea tray for measurement? Germaine Greer and Dave Gorman with loopy ideas.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Germaine Greer chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Germaine Greer chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

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Garments made of human dust fragments? More of the public's inventions.

Garments made of human dust fragments? Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Simon Munnery chew over more of the public's inventions. From October 2007.

Simon Munnery

Garments made of human dust fragments? Speaking parrots for people?

Dave Gorman asks comedian Simon Munnery to select the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2007.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Simon Munnery chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Simon Munnery chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

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Gyles Brandreth

A conveyor duvet could be just the thing for quibbling couples in the show about ridiculous and unworkable inventions.Dave Gorman is joined by Gyles Brandreth. From October 2007.

A conveyor duvet could be just the thing for quibbling couples. With Gyles Brandreth.

Gyles Brandreth

A conveyor duvet for quibbling couples? Loaning out our royals abroad?

Dave Gorman asks author and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth to select the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2007.

A conveyor duvet could be just the thing for quibbling couples. With Gyles Brandreth.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

4/6.Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Gyles Brandreth chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

4/6. Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Gyles Brandreth chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

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Dave Gorman and guest Matthew Wright chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions.

Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Matthew Wright chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas, and choose the best. From October 2007.

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Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Matthew Wright chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas, and choose the best. From October 2007."

A coat for showering and anthems of shame?

Dave Gorman asks broadcaster Matthew Wright to select the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2007.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

5/6.Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Matthew Wright chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

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Dave Gorman and Charlie Brooker chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas, and choose the best. From November 2007.

Charlie Brooker

Dave Gorman and guest Charlie Brooker chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions.

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Dave Gorman and guest Charlie Brooker chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions."

Dave Gorman and guest Charlie Brooker chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions.

6/6.Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Charlie Brooker chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

Comedy series which chews over billiant but unworkable ideas

Speeding motorway services? Two year dogs?

Dave Gorman asks writer and humourist Charlie Brooker to select the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

Producer: Simon Nicholls

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 2007.

Dave Gorman asks writer and humourist Charlie Brooker to select the public's best loopy idea.

Award-winning comedian Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over the ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes genius inventions, schemes and policies of the public.

"Dave Gorman and guest Charlie Brooker chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions.

Dave Gorman and Charlie Brooker chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas, and choose the best. From November 2007."

6/6. Dave Gorman and celebrity guest Charlie Brooker chew over ridiculous and unworkable inventions and ideas which nonetheless display an element of genius in their creator.

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Dave Gorman presents a Christmas edition of the show, with guest Lee Mack

"Dave Gorman presents a Christmas edition of the show, with guest Lee Mack."