EPISODE 45 – tears contain urea


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Happy Valentine’s Day, listeners! We are, as per usual, feeling approximately as romantical as a potato waffle; but our former-English-student brains are pleased to discover that the whole thing was made up by Chaucer anyway. What a merry prankster. Those medieval poets were the Punk’d of their day.

Anyway, ain’t no trick to say that Episode 45 of Answer Me This! is waiting in its corsage and best frock for you to take it out for a spin, so don’t keep it waiting – and cluttering up the place like a three-feet-high teddy bear holding a loveheart are topics including:

crocodile tears
cut-price chocolate
the Norman Conquest
the secret lives of Michael Portillo and Diane Abbott
this fool
scampi’n’lemon Nik Naks
Jimmy Nail
Pudding Norton
Judy Garland vs. Eva Cassidy

Plus, Helen reveals her youthful experiments with acid, Olly warns of his German singing doppelganger, and poor old Martin the Sound Man’s got a bad back. So, if any of you know a good osteopath, then hurry up and get in touch by emailing answermethispodcast@googlemail.com or calling our Question Line 0208 123 5877 (Skype ID answermethis). Which are also the appropriate means via which to send YOUR QUESTIONS, even if you haven’t got any information to impart about backs, bad, Sexy or otherwise.

Until next week, bye!

Helen and Olly

PS.If you’re keen to hear a bit more from Olly this week, and see his face at the same time, then be sure to catch him on Sky News at 7.30pm on Tuesday 19th February.

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