So Wrong It's Right

Charlie Brooker hosts the new comedy panel show celebrating one of Britain's favourite subjects - failure.

It's a game of competitive ineptitude, the aim of which is to come up with the wrongest answer to each question.

He plunders his guests' pasts and creativity over a series of rounds in which panellists have to be wrong to be right.

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Charlie Brooker hosts the new comedy panel show celebrating one of Britain's favourite subjects - failure.

It's a game of competitive ineptitude, the aim of which is to come up with the wrongest answer to each question.

He plunders his guests' pasts and creativity over a series of rounds in which panellists have to be wrong to be right.

Charlie Brooker hosts the new comedy panel show celebrating one of Britain's favourite subjects - failure.

It's a game of competitive ineptitude, the aim of which is to come up with the wrongest answer to each question. In this episode, the guests joining him to try and out-wrong each other with their ideas and stories are panellists comedians David Mitchell and Rufus Hound and presenter Victoria Coren.

In this show the panel's worst holiday experiences, the internet and Anthea Turner all come under the 'wrong' spotlight - as well as the guests best ideas for the worst new reality TV show. Will anyone beat Rufus Hound's pitch - the primetime reality show 'Blaze Of Granny'?

Producer: Aled Evans

A Zeppotron production for BBC Radio 4.

Charlie Brooker hosts the panel show that celebrates failure with David Mitchell and guests.

In this episode, the guests joining him to try and out-wrong each other with their ideas and stories are panellists comedians David Mitchell and Rufus Hound and presenter Victoria Coren.

In this show the panel's worst holiday experiences, the internet and Anthea Turner all come under the 'wrong' spotlight - as well as the guests best ideas for the worst new reality TV show.

Will anyone beat Rufus Hound's pitch - the primetime reality show 'Blaze Of Granny'?

In this episode, the guests joining him to try and out-wrong each other with their ideas and stories are comedians David Mitchell and Rufus Hound and presenter Victoria Coren

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Charlie Brooker presents the new comedy panel show that seeks the best in wrong answers. He plunders his guests' pasts and creativity over a series of rounds in which panellists have to be wrong to be right.

Comedians Lee Mack, Josie Long and Tom Basden are the guest panel for this edition. Their worst experiences on public transport and the wrongest ideas for high concept restaurants are up for comedy discussion.

Plus Lee Mack takes Charlie to task over his chief modern pleasure - the social network Twitter.

Producer: Aled Evans

A Zeppotron production for BBC Radio 4.

Charlie Brooker chairs.

With Lee Mack, Josie Long and Tom Basden.

Charlie Brooker presents the new comedy panel show that seeks the best in wrong answers.

He plunders his guests' pasts and creativity over a series of rounds in which panellists have to be wrong to be right.

Comedians Lee Mack, Josie Long and Tom Basden are the guest panel for this edition.

Their worst experiences on public transport and the wrongest ideas for high concept restaurants are up for comedy discussion.

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Charlie Brooker hosts the new comedy panel show that revels in glorious failure. He is joined for this edition by comics Richard Herring and Holly Walsh plus Iain Morris - the writer of hit TV sitcom 'The Inbetweeners'.

'So Wrong It's Right' is a comedy contest to give the wrongest answer to each of Charlie's challenges. The worst idea for an internet business (including Richard Herring's 'life comparison' website ranking the entire human race in order of success), and the problem with Richard Hammond are just two of targets that come under the wrong examination in this edition.

The host of 'So Wrong It's Right', Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC4's award - winning series 'Newswipe' and 'You Have Been Watching' on Channel 4 - plus writing for 'The Guardian'. He won 'Best Newcomer' at the British Comedy Awards 2009 and 'Columnist of the Year' at the 2009 British Press Awards for his column.

Produced by Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

Charlie Brooker chairs.

With Richard Herring, Holly Walsh and Iain Morris.

Charlie Brooker hosts the new comedy panel show that revels in glorious failure.

He is joined for this edition by comics Richard Herring and Holly Walsh plus Iain Morris - the writer of hit TV sitcom 'The Inbetweeners'.

'So Wrong It's Right' is a comedy contest to give the wrongest answer to each of Charlie's challenges.

The worst idea for an internet business (including Richard Herring's 'life comparison' website ranking the entire human race in order of success), and the problem with Richard Hammond are just two of targets that come under the wrong examination in this edition.

The host of 'So Wrong It's Right', Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC4's award - winning series 'Newswipe' and 'You Have Been Watching' on Channel 4 - plus writing for 'The Guardian'.

He won 'Best Newcomer' at the British Comedy Awards 2009 and 'Columnist of the Year' at the 2009 British Press Awards for his column.

The worst idea for an internet business (including Richard Herring's 'life comparison' website, ranking the entire human race in order of success), and the problem with Richard Hammond are just two of the targets that come under the wrong examination in this edition.

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Charlie Brooker presents the comedy panel show about the wrong side of life.

'So Wrong It's Right' is the game where guest compete to suggest the best in bad ideas.

Actress and presenter Liza Tarbuck - plus comedians Richard Herring and Jack Whitehall - are special guests for this edition. Are they up to Charlie's 'wrong' challenges? These include confessing their worst ever excuses and also their creative suggestions for the most terrible new gimmick for a TV Detective show.

The host of 'So Wrong It's Right', Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC4's acclaimed 'Newswipe' and 'Screenwipe' series - and is an award winning columnist for 'The Guardian'. He also won 'Best Newcomer' at the British Comedy Awards 2009.

Produced by Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

Charlie Brooker chairs.

With Liza Tarbuck, Richard Herring and Jack Whitehall.

Actress and presenter Liza Tarbuck - plus comedians Richard Herring and Jack Whitehall - are special guests for this edition.

Are they up to Charlie's 'wrong' challenges? These include confessing their worst ever excuses and also their creative suggestions for the most terrible new gimmick for a TV Detective show.

The host of 'So Wrong It's Right', Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC4's acclaimed 'Newswipe' and 'Screenwipe' series - and is an award winning columnist for 'The Guardian'.

He also won 'Best Newcomer' at the British Comedy Awards 2009.

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Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show devoted to the art of being wrong. Iain Morris - writer of acclaimed TV comedy series The Inbetweeners - joins comics Sarah Millican and Lee Mack for a half hour of the best in wrong answers.

So Wrong It's Right sees Charlie challenge his guests to suggest the most entertaining wrong ideas. In this edition the panel's worst experiences at work - including Lee Mack's embarrassing encounter with Red Rum - and the most terrible idea for a West End Musical are amongst the topics under the spotlight.

Producer: Aled Evans

A Zeppotron production for BBC Radio 4.

Iain Morris - writer of acclaimed TV comedy series The Inbetweeners - joins comics Sarah Millican and Lee Mack for a half hour of the best in wrong answers.

In this edition the panel's worst experiences at work - including Lee Mack's embarrassing encounter with Red Rum - and the most terrible idea for a West End Musical are amongst the topics under the spotlight.

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Charlie Brooker hosts the new comedy panel show celebrating one of Britain's favourite subjects - failure.

It's a game of competitive ineptitude, the aim of which is to come up with the wrongest answer to each question. In this episode, the guests joining him to try and out-wrong each other with their ideas and stories are comedians Mark Watson, Holly Walsh and Rufus Hound.

In this edition the panel's worst party experiences, iPhone apps and terrible boyband names all come under the 'wrong' spotlight - as well as the best ideas for the worst new TV soap. Will anyone beat Mark Watson's pitch - the eyeglass themed Opticians!

Rufus Hound also presents the comedy chat show My Teenage Diary for Radio 4 and is a team captain on the TV series Argumental. In 2010 he also won BBC1's Let's Dance for Sport Relief, with an unforgettable dancing impersonation of Cheryl Cole's Fight for This Love.

Holly Walsh is a comedy writer and performer with guest appearances on Radio 4's The Now Show and Act Your Age as well numerous guest appearances on TV shows including 8 Out of 10 Cats and Mock the Week.

Comedian Mark Watson is star of Radio 4's Mark Watson Makes the World Substantially Better and We Need Answers on BBC3 plus Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Comedy Rocks.

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC2's How TV Ruined Your Life, Channel 4's You Have Been Watching and 10 O'Clock Live - and writes for The Guardian. He won Columnist of the Year at the 2009 British Press Awards for his column, and Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009.

Producer: Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

Charlie Brooker's panel show celebrating glorious failure. With Mark Watson, Holly Walsh.

In this episode, the guests joining him to try and out-wrong each other with their ideas and stories are comedians Mark Watson, Holly Walsh and Rufus Hound.

In this edition the panel's worst party experiences, iPhone apps and terrible boyband names all come under the 'wrong' spotlight - as well as the best ideas for the worst new TV soap.

Will anyone beat Mark Watson's pitch - the eyeglass themed Opticians!

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Charlie Brooker seeks the wrong answers from Frank Skinner, Isy Suttie and Jon Richardson.

Charlie Brooker returns to Radio 4 with the comedy panel show that seeks the best in wrong answers. He plunders his guests' pasts and creativity over a series of rounds in which panellists have to be wrong to be right.

Comedians Frank Skinner, Isy Suttie and Jon Richardson are the guests for this edition. The panel's worst experiences on a day out - which take in the delights of a Birmingham underpass, Gatwick Airport and 2 am in Swindon - is just one of topics under the wrong spotlight. There's also the wrongest ideas for a smartphone app plus Jon Richardson lets rip on his pet hate of twenty-first century - sexual liberation...

Charlie Brooker also presents BBC2's How TV Ruined Your Life, Channel 4's 10 O'Clock Live and writes for The Guardian. He won Columnist of the Year at the 2009 British Press Awards for his column, and Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009.

Producer: Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

Comedians Frank Skinner, Isy Suttie and Jon Richardson are the guests for this edition.

The panel's worst experiences on a day out - which take in the delights of a Birmingham underpass, Gatwick Airport and 2 am in Swindon - is just one of topics under the wrong spotlight.

There's also the wrongest ideas for a smartphone app plus Jon Richardson lets rip on his pet hate of twenty-first century - sexual liberation.

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Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show that revels in glorious failure.

Charlie Brooker hosts the new comedy panel show that revels in glorious failure. He is joined by comedians Lee Mack, Shappi Khorsandi and David Schneider in a comedy contest to give the wrongest answer to each of Charlie's challenges.

Amongst the questions Charlie throws at his guests in this episode is 'what's the worst thing you've done in the pursuit of romance'. The panel's pitches - Lee Mack's first kiss whilst playing 'spin the bottle', Shappi's ill-fated attempts to impress a boy by showing how fast she can walk, and David's unfortunate heroics at the local swimming pool - are all subjected to Charlie's unique comic interrogation.

Added to this are the panel's hilariously terrible ideas for a new museum and their nominations for the worst irritants of modern life...

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC4's award-winning series Newswipe and You Have Been Watching on Channel 4 - plus writing for The Guardian. He won Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009 and Columnist of the Year at the 2009 British Press Awards for his column.

Produced by Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

Charlie Brooker is joined by comedians Lee Mack, Shappi Khorsandi and David Schneider in a comedy contest to give the wrongest answer to each of Charlie's challenges.

Amongst the questions Charlie throws at his guests in this episode is 'what's the worst thing you've done in the pursuit of romance'.

The panel's pitches - Lee Mack's first kiss whilst playing 'spin the bottle', Shappi's ill-fated attempts to impress a boy by showing how fast she can walk, and David's unfortunate heroics at the local swimming pool - are all subjected to Charlie's unique comic interrogation.

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Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show devoted to the art of being wrong.

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Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show devoted to the art of being wrong.

Charlie Brooker hosts the panel show devoted to the art of being wrong with comedians Rufus Hound, Sharon Horgan and Fergus Craig competing to give the best in wrong answers.

Charlie's favourite hobby - the computer game - comes in for the So Wrong It's Right treatment this week. Asked to pitch a terrible idea for a computer game, who will triumph in the battle between Fergus' Football Player Liaison Officer, Sharon's Breast Feeding game and Rufus' innovative third person shooter - You Should Have Seen It Man Like Wow?

Also up for examination are the panel's nominations for modern woes - how will Charlie react to Rufus' nomination for his greatest modern irritant: 'Charlie Brooker'.

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also writes for The Guardian and presents BBC4's satirical series Newswipe and Screenwipe as well as Channel 4's You Have Been Watching. He won Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009 and Columnist of the Year at the 2009 British Press Awards for his newspaper columns.

Produced by Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

Charlie's favorite hobby - the computer game - comes in for the So Wrong It's Right treatment this week.

Asked to pitch a terrible idea for a computer game, who will triumph in the battle between Fergus' Football Player Liaison Officer, Sharon's Breast Feeding game and Rufus' innovative third person shooter - You Should Have Seen It Man Like Wow?

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Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show about the wrong side of life.

Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show about the wrong side of life with comedians Frank Skinner and Josie Long plus Harry Hill TV Burp writer Daniel Maier competing to suggest the best in bad ideas.

Charlie's challenges in this episode see the panel recall 'the most embarrassing thing they've done in public' plus suggesting concepts for a terrible chain of shops. Can anyone top Frank Skinner's suggestion of the drinking accessory franchise 'Oddbinge'?

Added to this are the panel's nominations for the worst irritants of modern life - including Josie Long selection of 'comment' sections on the web or as she calls them 'the bottom half of the internet'.

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC4's acclaimed Newswipe and Screenwipe series - and is an award winning columnist for The Guardian. He also won Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009.

Produced by Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

Charlie's challenges in this episode see the panel recall 'the most embarrassing thing they've done in public' plus suggesting concepts for a terrible chain of shops.

Can anyone top Frank Skinner's suggestion of the drinking accessory franchise 'Oddbinge'?

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Charlie Brooker presents the comedy panel show that seeks the finest wrong answers.

Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show that sees comics Lee Mack, Sarah Millican and Graham Linehan battle to supply the finest wrong answers.

Charlie's tests see the guests recall 'the worst thing they've done on their own'. Who will win between Lee Mack's story of avoiding Anthea Turner, Sarah Millican's tale of woe whilst stuck on the side of motorway, or Graham Linehan's calamity in a hotel shower?

Added to this are the panel's ideas for a terrible new gameshow. Will anyone spot the fatal flaw in Graham's pitch - the futuristic word quiz 'Scrabble 2000'?

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also writes for The Guardian and presents BBC4's satirical series Newswipe and Screenwipe as well as Channel 4's 10 O'Clock Live. He won Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009 and Columnist of the Year at the 2009 British Press Awards for his Guardian newspaper columns.

Produced by Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

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Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show that sees comics Lee Mack, Sarah Millican and Graham Linehan battle to supply the finest wrong answers.

Charlie's tests see the guests recall 'the worst thing they've done on their own'. Who will win between Lee Mack's story of avoiding Anthea Turner, Sarah Millican's tale of woe whilst stuck on the side of motorway, or Graham Linehan's calamity in a hotel shower?

Added to this are the panel's ideas for a terrible new gameshow. Will anyone spot the fatal flaw in Graham's pitch - the futuristic word quiz 'Scrabble 2000'?

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also writes for The Guardian and presents BBC4's satirical series Newswipe and Screenwipe as well as Channel 4's 10 O'Clock Live. He won Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009 and Columnist of the Year at the 2009 British Press Awards for his Guardian newspaper columns.

Produced by Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

Charlie's tests see the guests recall 'the worst thing they've done on their own'.

Who will win between Lee Mack's story of avoiding Anthea Turner, Sarah Millican's tale of woe whilst stuck on the side of motorway, or Graham Linehan's calamity in a hotel shower?

Added to this are the panel's ideas for a terrible new gameshow.

Will anyone spot the fatal flaw in Graham's pitch - the futuristic word quiz 'Scrabble 2000'?

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Lee Mack, Susan Calman and Daniel Maier compete to supply the best wrong answers.

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Lee Mack, Susan Calman and Daniel Maier compete to supply the best wrong answers.

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Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show celebrating one of Britain's favourite subjects - failure.

He plunders his guests' pasts and creativity over a series of rounds in which panellists have to be wrong to be right. In this episode, the guests joining him to try and out-wrong each other with their ideas and stories are comedians Lee Mack, Susan Calman and "Harry Hill's TV Burp" writer Daniel Maier.

In this edition the phrase 'keep calm and carry on' and ridiculous things to get angry about both come under the 'wrong' spotlight - as well as the best ideas for the worst new concept albums. Will anyone beat Susan Calman's pitch for an album based on her cat's bid to take part in the 2012 Olympics?

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC2's How TV Ruined Your Life, Channel 4's You Have Been Watching and 10 O'Clock Live, and writes for The Guardian. He won Columnist of the Year' at the 2009 British Press Awards for his column, and Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009.

Produced by: Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

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Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show celebrating one of Britain's favourite subjects - failure.

He plunders his guests' pasts and creativity over a series of rounds in which panellists have to be wrong to be right. In this episode, the guests joining him to try and out-wrong each other with their ideas and stories are comedians Lee Mack, Susan Calman and "Harry Hill's TV Burp" writer Daniel Maier.

In this edition the phrase 'keep calm and carry on' and ridiculous things to get angry about both come under the 'wrong' spotlight - as well as the best ideas for the worst new concept albums. Will anyone beat Susan Calman's pitch for an album based on her cat's bid to take part in the 2012 Olympics?

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC2's How TV Ruined Your Life, Channel 4's You Have Been Watching and 10 O'Clock Live, and writes for The Guardian. He won Columnist of the Year' at the 2009 British Press Awards for his column, and Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009.

Produced by: Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

Lee Mack, Susan Calman and Daniel Maier compete to supply the best wrong answers.

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Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show that celebrates glorious failure.

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Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show that celebrates glorious failure.

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Presented by Charlie Brooker, 'So Wrong It's Right' is a competitive game of failure where coming up with the wrong answer is the right thing to do.

Over a series of rounds, Charlie asks three guests a number of questions to rummage through their pasts and test their creativity. So Wrong It's Right celebrates the pungent taste of disappointment by turning embarrassing mistakes into perverse triumphs.

In this episode, the guests joining him to try and out-wrong each other are comedians Lee Mack, Holly Walsh and panel show legend Barry Cryer.

The panel's worst experiences at school and the best ideas for the worst TV News gimmicks are put to the panel. Will anyone surpass Barry Cryer's suggestion of a revamped 'Newsnight' presented by tabloid darling and reality TV superstar Katie Price?

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC2's How TV Ruined Your Life, Channel 4's You Have Been Watching and 10 O'Clock Live, and writes for The Guardian. He won Columnist of the Year at the 2009 British Press Awards and Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009.

Produced by Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show that seeks the finest wrong answers.

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Graham Linehan, Matthew Crosby and Helen Zaltzman compete to suggest the best in bad ideas

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Graham Linehan, Matthew Crosby and Helen Zaltzman compete to suggest the best in bad ideas

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Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show about the wrong side of life. Guests Father Ted and IT Crowd writer Graham Linehan, comedian Matthew Crosby and Sony-award winning podcaster Helen Zaltzman compete to suggest the best in bad ideas.

So Wrong It's Right sees Charlie ask three guests a number of questions testing their powers of creativity and revealing the best embarrassing stories from their lives. This week, the panel's worst experiences with a stranger and the best ideas for the worst new gadget are just two of the challenges faced by the panel.

Can anyone top Helen's nomination for most annoying modern irritant, 'constructed reality TV'? And will anyone beat Graham Linehan's suggestion for a terrible new gadget, the 'exciting ladder'?

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC4s acclaimed Newswipe and Screenwipe series, and is an award winning columnist for The Guardian. He also won Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009.

Produced by Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

Graham Linehan, Matthew Crosby and Helen Zaltzman compete to suggest the best in bad ideas

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Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show devoted to the art of being wrong, with leading comics and entertainers competing to give the best in wrong answers.

So Wrong It's Right sees Charlie challenge the panel's creativity and asks them to reveal their finest embarrassing stories from their lives. This week the worst experiences at a party and terrible ideas for a series of children's books are just two of the challenges faced by the panel. Will anyone beat Isy Suttie's suggestion for a 'wrong' children's book - the paperwork-themed 'Morris The Admin Mouse'?

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also writes for The Guardian and presents BBC4's satirical series Newswipe and Screenwipe as well as Channel 4's You Have Been Watching. He won Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009 and Columnist of the Year at the 2009 British Press Awards for his newspaper columns.

Produced by Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

Graham Linehan, Isy Suttie and Holly Walsh compete to give the best in wrong answers.

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Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy show that seeks the finest wrong answers, with guest comics Susan Calman and Miles Jupp plus writer Shaun Pye on the panel.

So Wrong It's Right sees Charlie ask his guests to pitch their finest terrible ideas and to disclose the most shameful, yet entertaining, stories from their lives.

In this episode, Charlie challenges his guests to recall the stupidest thing they've ever believed and to suggest the best ideas for the worst new sport for the London 2012 Olympics.

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC4s acclaimed Newswipe and Screenwipe series, and is an award winning columnist for The Guardian. He also won Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009.

Produced by Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

Susan Calman, Miles Jupp and Shaun Pye present the best in terrible ideas.

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Presented by Charlie Brooker, So Wrong It's Right is a competitive game of wrongness where coming up with terrible ideas is the right thing to do.

Over a series of rounds, Charlie asks his guests to trawl through their lives for comic calmites and to pitch inappropriate ideas.

In this episode - the last in the current series - the guests joining him to try and out-wrong each other are comedians Susan Calman and Rob Beckett and Pointless star Richard Osman.

The panel's worst experience as a teenager is just one of the challenges in this edition. Will anyone better Richard Osman's confession that he performed a rap version of the Easter story in front his entire school?

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC2's How TV Ruined Your Life, Channel 4's You Have Been Watching and 10 O'Clock Live, and writes for The Guardian. He won Columnist of the Year at the 2009 British Press Awards and Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009.

Produced by Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.

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Richard Osman, Rob Beckett and Susan Calman compete to supply the best 'wrong' answers.

Presented by Charlie Brooker, So Wrong It's Right is a competitive game of wrongness where coming up with terrible ideas is the right thing to do.

Over a series of rounds, Charlie asks his guests to trawl through their lives for comic calmites and to pitch inappropriate ideas.

In this episode - the last in the current series - the guests joining him to try and out-wrong each other are comedians Susan Calman and Rob Beckett and Pointless star Richard Osman.

The panel's worst experience as a teenager is just one of the challenges in this edition. Will anyone better Richard Osman's confession that he performed a rap version of the Easter story in front his entire school?

The host of So Wrong It's Right, Charlie Brooker, also presents BBC2's How TV Ruined Your Life, Channel 4's You Have Been Watching and 10 O'Clock Live, and writes for The Guardian. He won Columnist of the Year at the 2009 British Press Awards and Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009.

Produced by Aled Evans

A Zeppotron Production for BBC Radio 4.