Dave Gorman

Series 3
1:00:00

Series 3, Episode 2 - The Veneer of Civilisation

4.0 1 x
Modern life has a lot to answer for as Mr Gorman gives it a good-ish grilling. Dave laments the death of the queue and considers ATM etiquette.
1:15:00

Series 3, Episode 1 - Why Are There Still Chickens?

4.0 2 x
Dave Gorman flips his lid and his laptop open to ponder modern life. Dave conducts a live experiment with over a thousand eggs!
50:00

Series 3, Episode 1 - Why Are There Still Chickens?

3.0 4 x
Dave Gorman flips his lid and his laptop open to ponder modern life. Dave conducts a live experiment with over a thousand eggs!
Series 5
50:00

Series 5, Episode 8 - My Childhood is Ruined

4.0 10 x
Dave reveals how TV is made and examines the nature of happiness - with the help of Kate Middleton's clothes and Thomas the Tank Engine.
50:00

Series 5, Episode 7 - A Physically Large Head

3.0 5 x
Mirthful musings on life with the laptop-literate comedian. Dave ponders society's image obsession and investigates how far people will go for fame.
50:00

Series 5, Episode 6 - Drippy Strummer

4.0 8 x
Amusing musings on 21st century life. Dave asks just how gullible people are as he looks at movie marketing and whether celebrities really can sell anything.
1:15:00

Series 5, Episode 5 - It Does Not Bong

3.0 7 x
All the wit, wonder and woes of modern life, as Dave tests the merits of man vs machine in all its lifelike glory. A lucrative situation presents itself.
1:15:00

Series 5, Episode 4 - You Use a Spoon for Licking Custard

4.0 16 x
Life's little absurdities are wittily dissected. Dave asks what the term 'generation' really means. And why does his mum use emojis?
1:00:00

Series 5, Episode 3 - A Helicopter Is Quicker Than a Car

3.0 9 x
Dave Gorman wittily scrutinises the modern world. Analysing nature's warning signs, he enlists celebrities, insect repellent and Doctor Google.
1:15:00

Series 5, Episode 2 - I've Never Seen a Cat

3.0 9 x
One very funny man and his laptop. Dave plays tricks with singing toys, interrogates kids' TV characters, and messes with Monopoly.
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