Bremner's One Question Quiz

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02Where Did All The Money Go?2013082320130823 (BBC7)
20130826 (BBC7)
20130827 (BBC7)
20130828 (BBC7)

Rory and team joined by Gillian Tett, of the FT, and financial journalist Max Keiser.

Rory Bremner's new weekly satirical comedy takes one big contemporary question each week and attempts to answer it. Regular panellists Nick Doody, Andy Zaltzman and Kate O'Sullivan are joined this week by Gillian Tett, of the Financial Times and the financial journalist Max Keiser.

Rory's mantra is that it's as important to make sense out of things as it is to make fun of them. He believes only then will people laugh at the truth. This deconstructed "quiz" has only one question each week, because that question is so big, there's no time for anything else: expect a mix of stand-up and sketch combined with investigative satire and incisive interviews with a diverse range of characters who really know what they're talking about.

This week's question: Where Did All The Money Go?

Presenter: Rory Bremner

Producers: Simon Jacobs & Frank Stirling

A Unique Production for BBC Radio 4.

02Where Did All The Money Go?2013082320130823 (BBC7)
20130826 (BBC7)
20130827 (BBC7)
20130828 (BBC7)

Rory and team joined by Gillian Tett, of the FT, and financial journalist Max Keiser.

Rory Bremner's new weekly satirical comedy takes one big contemporary question each week and attempts to answer it. Regular panellists Nick Doody, Andy Zaltzman and Kate O'Sullivan are joined this week by Gillian Tett, of the Financial Times and the financial journalist Max Keiser.

Rory's mantra is that it's as important to make sense out of things as it is to make fun of them. He believes only then will people laugh at the truth. This deconstructed "quiz" has only one question each week, because that question is so big, there's no time for anything else: expect a mix of stand-up and sketch combined with investigative satire and incisive interviews with a diverse range of characters who really know what they're talking about.

This week's question: Where Did All The Money Go?

Presenter: Rory Bremner

Producers: Simon Jacobs & Frank Stirling

A Unique Production for BBC Radio 4.

03Is Our Democracy Working?2013083020130831
20130830 (BBC7)
20130902 (BBC7)
20130903 (BBC7)
20130904 (BBC7)

Rory Bremner and team are joined by guests Debra Stephenson and Dr David Runciman.

Rory Bremner's new weekly satirical comedy takes one big contemporary question each week and attempts to answer it.

Regular panellists Andy Zaltzman and Nick Doody are joined this week by guests Debra Stephenson and political historian Dr David Runciman, as Rory asks "Is Our Democracy Working"?

Rory's mantra is that it's as important to make sense out of things as it is to make fun of them - only then will people laugh at the truth. So this deconstructed "quiz" has only one question each week, because that question is so big, there's no time for anything else. Expect a mix of stand-up and sketch combined with investigative satire and incisive interviews with a diverse range of characters who really know what they're talking about.

Presenter: Rory Bremner

Producers: Simon Jacobs & Frank Stirling

A Unique production for BBC Radio 4.

03Is Our Democracy Working?2013083020130831
20130830 (BBC7)
20130902 (BBC7)
20130903 (BBC7)
20130904 (BBC7)

Rory Bremner and team are joined by guests Debra Stephenson and Dr David Runciman.

Rory Bremner's new weekly satirical comedy takes one big contemporary question each week and attempts to answer it.

Regular panellists Andy Zaltzman and Nick Doody are joined this week by guests Debra Stephenson and political historian Dr David Runciman, as Rory asks "Is Our Democracy Working"?

Rory's mantra is that it's as important to make sense out of things as it is to make fun of them - only then will people laugh at the truth. So this deconstructed "quiz" has only one question each week, because that question is so big, there's no time for anything else. Expect a mix of stand-up and sketch combined with investigative satire and incisive interviews with a diverse range of characters who really know what they're talking about.

Presenter: Rory Bremner

Producers: Simon Jacobs & Frank Stirling

A Unique production for BBC Radio 4.

04How Should We Educate Our Children?2013090620130907
20130906 (BBC7)
20130909 (BBC7)
20130910 (BBC7)
20130911 (BBC7)

Rory and the team are joined by teacher and author Tom Bennett and Prof Gordon Stobart.

Rory Bremner's new weekly satirical comedy takes one big contemporary question each week and attempts to answer it.

Regular panellists Andy Zaltzman, Kate O'Sullivan and Nick Doody are joined this week by teacher, author and columnist Tom Bennett and Professor of Education Gordon Stobart.

Rory's mantra is that it's as important to make sense out of things as it is to make fun of them. He believes only then will people laugh at the truth. This deconstructed "quiz" has only one question each week, because that question is so big, there's no time for anything else: expect a mix of stand-up and sketch combined with investigative satire and incisive interviews with a diverse range of characters who really know what they're talking about.

Presenter: Rory Bremner

Panelists: Zaltzman, Kate O'Sullivan and Nick Doody, Tom Bennett and Gordon Stobart.

Producers: Simon Jacobs & Frank Stirling

A Unique production for BBC Radio 4.

04How Should We Educate Our Children?2013090620130907
20130906 (BBC7)
20130909 (BBC7)
20130910 (BBC7)
20130911 (BBC7)

Rory and the team are joined by teacher and author Tom Bennett and Prof Gordon Stobart.

Rory Bremner's new weekly satirical comedy takes one big contemporary question each week and attempts to answer it.

Regular panellists Andy Zaltzman, Kate O'Sullivan and Nick Doody are joined this week by teacher, author and columnist Tom Bennett and Professor of Education Gordon Stobart.

Rory's mantra is that it's as important to make sense out of things as it is to make fun of them. He believes only then will people laugh at the truth. This deconstructed "quiz" has only one question each week, because that question is so big, there's no time for anything else: expect a mix of stand-up and sketch combined with investigative satire and incisive interviews with a diverse range of characters who really know what they're talking about.

Presenter: Rory Bremner

Panelists: Zaltzman, Kate O'Sullivan and Nick Doody, Tom Bennett and Gordon Stobart.

Producers: Simon Jacobs & Frank Stirling

A Unique production for BBC Radio 4.

05Who Runs Britain?2013091320130914
20130913 (BBC7)
20130916 (BBC7)
20130917 (BBC7)
20130918 (BBC7)

Rory Bremner and team are joined by journalists Peter Oborne and Deborah Orr.

Rory Bremner's new weekly satirical comedy takes one big contemporary question each week and attempts to answer it. Regular panellists Andy Zaltzman, Kate O'Sullivan and Nick Doody are joined this week by the chief political commentator for The Telegraph Peter Oborne and columnist for The Guardian, Deborah Orr.

Together, they ask "Who runs Britain?"

Rory's mantra is that it's as important to make sense out of things as it is to make fun of them. He believes only then will people laugh at the truth. This deconstructed "quiz" has only one question each week, because that question is so big there's no time for anything else. Expect a mix of stand-up and sketch combined with investigative satire and incisive interviews, with a diverse range of characters who really know what they're talking about.

Producers: Simon Jacobs and Frank Stirling

A Unique production for BBC Radio 4.

05Who Runs Britain?2013091320130914
20130913 (BBC7)
20130916 (BBC7)
20130917 (BBC7)
20130918 (BBC7)

Rory Bremner and team are joined by journalists Peter Oborne and Deborah Orr.

Rory Bremner's new weekly satirical comedy takes one big contemporary question each week and attempts to answer it. Regular panellists Andy Zaltzman, Kate O'Sullivan and Nick Doody are joined this week by the chief political commentator for The Telegraph Peter Oborne and columnist for The Guardian, Deborah Orr.

Together, they ask "Who runs Britain?"

Rory's mantra is that it's as important to make sense out of things as it is to make fun of them. He believes only then will people laugh at the truth. This deconstructed "quiz" has only one question each week, because that question is so big there's no time for anything else. Expect a mix of stand-up and sketch combined with investigative satire and incisive interviews, with a diverse range of characters who really know what they're talking about.

Producers: Simon Jacobs and Frank Stirling

A Unique production for BBC Radio 4.

06 LASTWhat Does The Future Hold?2013092020130921
20130923 (BBC7)
20130924 (BBC7)
20130925 (BBC7)

Rory Bremner and team are joined by journalist George Monbiot and author Mark Stevenson.

Rory Bremner's satirical comedy takes one big contemporary question each week and attempts to answer it. Regular panellists Andy Zaltzman, Kate O'Sullivan and Nick Doody are joined this week by the environmental journalist George Monbiot and author of 'An Optimist's Tour of the Future', Mark Stevenson.

Together, they ask "What does the future hold?"

This deconstructed "quiz" has only one question each week, because that question is so big, there's no time for anything else. Expect a mix of stand-up and sketch combined with investigative satire and incisive interviews, with a diverse range of characters who really know what they're talking about. Rory's mantra is that it's as important to make sense out of things as it is to make fun of them - only then will people laugh at the truth.

Producers: Simon Jacobs and Frank Stirling

A Unique production for BBC Radio 4.

06 LASTWhat Does The Future Hold?2013092020130921
20130923 (BBC7)
20130924 (BBC7)
20130925 (BBC7)

Rory Bremner and team are joined by journalist George Monbiot and author Mark Stevenson.

Rory Bremner's satirical comedy takes one big contemporary question each week and attempts to answer it. Regular panellists Andy Zaltzman, Kate O'Sullivan and Nick Doody are joined this week by the environmental journalist George Monbiot and author of 'An Optimist's Tour of the Future', Mark Stevenson.

Together, they ask "What does the future hold?"

This deconstructed "quiz" has only one question each week, because that question is so big, there's no time for anything else. Expect a mix of stand-up and sketch combined with investigative satire and incisive interviews, with a diverse range of characters who really know what they're talking about. Rory's mantra is that it's as important to make sense out of things as it is to make fun of them - only then will people laugh at the truth.

Producers: Simon Jacobs and Frank Stirling

A Unique production for BBC Radio 4.