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Word Wars

By Pamelascott

Ponder the world's most pressing and seemingly pointless questions with Iain Lee and guests.

In this riotous, competitive and comedic panel show, high profile guests square off against each other for victory. From lowbrow pop culture to high art, irresistibly silly questions become the weapons of mass distraction in this seriously hilarious 'war of the words'.

Expect strong language, riotous laughter and answers to questions you never thought should be asked in the first place. And then be thankful that someone finally had the courage to ask them.

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(Audible Original, 4 January 2018, 4 hours 45 minutes, audiobook, Audible Original Podcast free from @audibleuk with membership, various narrators)

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I had a lot of fun listening to these podcasts. They weren't quite what I expected and I enjoyed the podcasts a lot more than I had anticipated. My only real criticism is the title of the podcast; it wasn't very inspiring and doesn't quite fit the content. The podcast is sort of like Room 101, one of my favourite TV shows when I was a teenager. The point of Room 101 was celebrity guests had to plead for things they hate to be banished into the ether forever. Word Wars has a similar concept, where guests choose options for often hilarious questions such as what is the best spoiler ever and the audience vote for the winner. These podcasts had some hilarious moments and I found myself sniggering at work.

Word Wars

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