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Podcast by University Radio Nottingham
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4 students. 1 pack of children's Trivial Pursuit cards. What could possibly go wrong? Guess what! Your favourite trivial-pursuit-but-backwards-based-comedy-quiz-show-kind-of-thing podcast is back for a second series (and no one is more surprised than we are). In the opening episode of this oh so glorious series, Hattie - our resident blonde girl - goes on a journey. An emotional, intellectual, philosophical journey. It has been an honour to be a part of that journey. Also she says some really stupid stuff and can't pronounce the word 'coin'... Enjoy!
4 students. 1 pack of children's Trivial Pursuit cards. What could possibly go wrong? The trees are bare, the nights are dark and the air is frosty. What does that mean? Quick, let's buy 47 more pairs of gloves! Oh yes, and also that it's Christmas. In the final podcast of the year - and indeed of series 1 (sad) - we take a festive turn and discuss all things Christmassy, including life lessons from Christmas films, time travelling Christmas crackers and Ella's secret identity. We'll be back on 30th January 2017 for the next series of Insert Question Here (yay), but in the meantime why not find us on Facebook for more madness: https://www.facebook.com/insertquestionhere/?ref=bookmarks
10) DISTRACTIONS

10) DISTRACTIONS

2016-12-0520:35

3 students. 1 pack of children's Trivial Pursuit cards. What could possibly go wrong? In our penultimate show of the year (seriously you're going to be devastated when we take our Christmas break), we have an in depth discussion about phobias, have our worst answer ever (it's actually official) and - as the title may suggest - get slightly distracted...
4 students. 1 pack of children's Trivial Pursuit cards. What could possibly go wrong? Unfortunately we're off to a bad start this week as our students are forced to record the podcast at that ungodly hour known by many as: "the morning". Things go from bad to worse as Ella eats a sandwich live on air and is ashamed by her abysmal pancake knowledge, while Hattie gets massively confused about (in her opinion) misnamed places. What more could you possibly want?
4 students. 1 pack of children's Trivial Pursuit cards. What could possibly go wrong? Once again, your favourite set of students are back for more answers-that-are-really-questions and questions-that-are-really-answers (no, we're not sure why we're still on the air either). In this weeks episode, we talk at length about spaghetti, discuss the possibilities of duck races and David questions why on earth he is hosting this show (seriously, it must be like shepherding cats).
7) Roman Coffee Shops

7) Roman Coffee Shops

2016-11-1414:10

4 students. 1 pack of children's Trivial Pursuit cards. What could possibly go wrong? In the latest instalment of everyone's favourite comedy podcast from award winning radio station URN (oh yes, we're just that good), our students face questions that are really the answers and answers that are really questions. The brutality starts very quickly, the comedy is questionable and none of us really know what's going on - but that's all part of the fun! And is Ella actually a middle-aged, balding man? Listen in to find out the truth!
6) ALL THE ANECDOTES

6) ALL THE ANECDOTES

2016-11-0720:04

4 students. 1 pack of children's Trivial Pursuit cards. What could possibly go wrong? It's that time of week again when your favourite podcast graces your...um...ears...let's go with ears. This week, are students tackle the hard-hitting questions like is anything real, how to greet people properly and how far can you get in this game by naming generic rap songs? Plus, Ella tells even more anecdotes and Hattie proves her mind-blowing knowledge of John Lennon.
4 students (but three new ones). 1 pack of children's Trivial Pursuit cards (actually trivia questions off the internet this week). What could possibly go wrong (well we've already lost the format and our regular host so maybe we shouldn't ask that question)? In this one-off, special edition of Insert Question Here we go all Halloweeny with three brand new panellists to cover all topics spooky and strange. What colour are pumpkins really? Why can't English students speak English? Who exactly is Geoffrey the ghost? Guess you'll just have to listen to find out! Mwahahahaha...
4 students. 1 pack of children's Trivial Pursuit cards. What could possibly go wrong? Now into the fourth week of this comedy podcast, our panellists are finally beginning to get to grips with the format of the show (you really can't get the staff can you?). Listen to these university students try - and fail - to come up with as many questions that have the answer '2', mistake Australia for Mexico, and tell more anecdotes than is usually necessary in a general knowledge quiz.
4 students. 1 pack of children's Trivial Pursuit cards. What could possibly go wrong? In this week's fix of your favourite comedy podcast (yes, we know how much you really love it) we prove just how posh Hattie is, we hear what is officially the most bizarre sentence said on radio, and whatever happens...*cue Basil Fawlty voice*... don't mention the war!
4 students. 1 pack of children's Trivial Pursuit cards. What could possibly go wrong? In the second episode of Insert Question Here, we face every multiple choice question known to man (including rejected items from the new Bop-It and things that you definitely should not put on a pizza), prove that Ella is psychic and find a lot of things that aren't necessarily funny, but they're definitely true!
1) The Pilot Episode

1) The Pilot Episode

2016-10-0309:53

4 students. 1 pack of children's Trivial Pursuit cards. What could possibly go wrong? In the first ever episode of Insert Question Here - a comedy podcast from University Radio Nottingham - our panellists are asked to provide answers that are really the questions to questions that are really the answers. Don't understand? Well, I guess you'll just have to listen in to find out more!
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