EPISODE 126 – Lumps of Delight


Prepare for the scoop of the century, listeners! For in Answer Me This! Episode 126, we reveal what Bill Murray whispered in Scarlett Johansson’s ear at the end of Lost In Translation
that Elvis and Lord Lucan have actually been living together quietly in the ‘burbs all these years, and riding Shergar to the shops
the secret to non-collapsing souffles how old we are.



Brace yourselves:

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But since we suspect that virtually none of you care about that (unless you work for the Young Person’s Railcard Fraud Squad), we’ve also included:

Fry’s Turkish Delight
body language ‘experts’
the goddess Athene
‘Babe’ by Take That
Legoland Windsor
‘The Gift’ by the Velvet Underground vs. Flat Stanley
Richard Burton vs. chuck-out songs
the Post Office
Mr Blobby.

Plus: Olly reveals that if you ever need to get rid of him, just play ‘Hip To Be Square’; Helen uses buttons to prove the veracity of her answers; and Martin the Sound Man tells the 1950s to Eff Off. Next week: sticking it to the 1700s!

Lest that is not enough to fill a whole episode, please be so kind as to pose YOUR QUESTIONS, via email – answermethispodcast@googlemail.com – or voicemail on Skype ID answermethis or our question line 0208 123 5877. If you still have kindness to spare, leave your tips for Tom from Windsor to get rid of barflies in the comments; and augment and enjoy last week’s list of AMT listeners’ birth songs.

See you next week!

Helen and Olly

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5 Responses to “EPISODE 126 – Lumps of Delight”

  1. Louise Bennett Says:


    My friend Marley’s inspired drinking up / chucking out plan for when she owns her own pub involves the use of ‘Roxanne’ by the Police as the last song of the night. Each straggling drinker would be assigned either ‘Red Light’ or ‘Roxanne’ and whenever those words are sung they have to stand up and drink.
    By the end of the song, when Sting’s getting really manic, drinks go down fast and everyone is on their feet (and of course, all the people allergic to Sting are pretty keen to leave too….)
    Cheers, Louise

  2. Krista from Sydney Says:

    For kicking out time, I suggest the David Lynch approach. Politely mention the bar is closing. If punters don’t leave, start talking backwards* and look perplexed and/or sinister when they can’t understand you. At 3am, that should be enough to make even a sober person want to go home and lie down in the dark under their coffee table.

    *In proper Lynchian style, backwards speech may be substituted for a recording of a dog suckling her pups, or assertions that you’re already in people’s homes, performing torturous saxophone solos at their spouses.

  3. Azeem Khan Says:

    the song when i was born was ‘Eye of the tiger’…i love my song…..as far as kicking people out of the Bar turn on the lights as bright as you can..otherwise just throw them out!

  4. Lemming Says:

    On the subject of kicking out songs, I work in a bar at the moment and ours is “Closing Time” by Semisonic.

  5. MurrayNE Says:

    Stickin’ it to the 1950s? Oooh… no you di’n’t, girlfriend!

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