Listeners want the lads take on the arrogant attitude of pigeons, the pros and cons of robot butlers, and difficult house visitors.
A listener has a proposal for Darren that could net him some much needed wedding funding, while also giving the listeners a chance to attend the biggest day of Darren's life. Producer Eoin is showing undue favouritism to listeners who include praise for him in their emails, while Darren is making plans for how to spend €100m - mostly frivolously.
26 September Finished
This week the lads are joined by comedian Justine Stafford, and the conversation veers from the silly to the serious. We hear about attending Irish celebrity parties, return to the Stall It superhero universe (with a very strange insight from Justine into various smells) and take a deep dive into the strange world of the Irish oral examination system. Justine also gives us a powerful insight into her battle over many years with eating disorders, and the lads discuss their own experiences with mental health issues.
1 hour 7 mins
21 September Finished
The lads are in a quandary over which form of extreme weather they would most like to spend the rest of their lives with, and a listener has a confession of a petty crime that is leaving him burdened with guilt, so he comes to Darren and Joe looking for advice on how to make things right.
19 September Finished
Where do you draw the line on what food to put in a can? Why was there an explosion of machines with faces in the mid-80s? Just how do they put the faces on the Billy Roll? Why would you send a horse to space? These any many other conundrums tax our minds this week, while Joe tells us about the world’s most generous ATM and we hear about misadventures with fireworks and the rise of the robot hoovers.
14 September Finished
Some listeners need some life advice, and Darren and Joe are on hand to offer tips on everything from hangover dispersal, to career moves, and handling a lifetime of regret.
12 September Finished
Fresh from their live show at Electric Picnic the lads return to the studio with much to discuss, from their festival experience, to the trials of organising a wedding, meeting fortune tellers, Joe's adventures on remote islands and nude beaches, and a cautionary tale about the dangers of eating raw sausages.
7 September Finished