Darren Conway and Joe McGucken present Stall It. What's it about? What isn't it about. Two lads from Dublin, one mic. A load of shite talk, the odd sketch. It’s alright, I suppose. Anyways how’s your ma, is your da workin?
After making a shocking admission about a Christmas tradition, Joe's trying desperately to backtrack on his long (long) track record of despising festive joy. And then the lads go shopping for their choice of humanity's next evolutionary step.
5 December Finished
The corrupting power of great wealth is on display as Joe outlines his twisted vision for the best way to spend a multi-million quid windfall, while Darren's dreams are maybe more innocent on the surface level, but not without their own sadistic edge. We also have your submissions for apocalypse surviving tactics, sent in to us after last week's episode. Results were mixed, at best.
30 November Finished
Questions of reincarnation in the animal world - and a choice between life in the wild and life in captivity - are at the forefront of this week's bonus episode. There's also product development done on the Stall It range of talking dolls, and some deep consideration to why Joe thinks seeing the 17A bus at 4am would be terrifying.
28 November Finished
A sudden cataclysmic event has ended civilisation as we know it. All modern comforts and securities are gone and it's every person for themselves. What do you do? Where do you go first? Do you join a tribe or forge ahead alone? Is your best bet to find an island or a remote mountain hideaway? Darren and Joe try to plot their survival plans in a post-apocalyptic world this week, taking them from the mountains of Munster to islands full of strange creatures, to Dunnes in Charlestown Shopping Centre (of course) and even a misguided attempt to hijack a cruise liner.
23 November Finished
This week the lads field questions on Joe's hatred of festive joy, talking dogs, trans-Atlantic visitors, and inventions with which to survive in a new and desolate world.
21 November Finished