EPISODE 55 – thanks, little schizophrenic friend!


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Hello pals!

Tracksuits? Lucozade? Brushing one’s teeth? Sounds like Answer Me This! is on a health kick in Episode 55! But don’t worry, we’re as wheezing and lardy as ever, as you can hear for yourself. Star-jumping their way through this week’s ear-workout are such topics as:

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Eddie Izzard
tuck boxes
PVA glue
Elizabeth Hurley
H&M Hennes
the Voice of Topman
Pennywise the Clown
the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.

Plus, Olly reveals a disturbing admiration for the noises emitted by Celine Dion; Helen worries how to keep the team’s relationships purely professional; and Martin the Sound Man tries to pretend that his home town of Telford isn’t completely crap.

But we wouldn’t be able to have such larks if it weren’t for you and YOUR QUESTIONS, which you should submit to us by emailing answermethispodcast@googlemail.com, phoning 0208 123 5877 or Skypeing answermethis. Few things could please us more!

See you next week,

Helen and Olly
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3 Responses to “EPISODE 55 – thanks, little schizophrenic friend!”

  1. Philip Says:

    I was definitely going to say what “Alex” said, except I would have linked to Maria Callas singing, obviously:

  2. markwade Says:

    Thanks, Alex!

    And while I thank you Helen and Olly for featuring two of my questions in the same episode (again!) I have never heard myself on the phone before and I have devastated by how stupid I sound. I think I’ll stick to EMail questions in the future 🙂

  3. Alex Says:

    The song being hummed is of course from Carmen, by Georges Bizet, Act I:


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