In Answer Me This! Episode 341, Olly has some big news. Is it about his cat? Is it about an amazing bargain he bought at Costco?? Is it about a fake tan spray that never fades??? Is it even better than any of those things????
We also deal with questions concerning:
Jamie Oliver’s jollies
Dirty Diana Ross vs Dirty Diana, Princess of Wales
Whoppers vs Big Macs
delicious Polish food in Birmingham
Plus: there is a third in Olly’s relationship, and it is an app for tracking ships; Helen refuses to be bore-shamed; and Martin the Sound Man done a joke, so adopt the brace position.
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We’ll be back on 22 October with AMT342,
Helen & Olly
••• AMT341 Child-Friendly Rating: 57%. Not deeply obscene but generally a bit vulgar. •••
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