Room 101

June 2020
50:00

17) (S6E5)

4.0 3 x
Judge Rinder is not the man in charge for once, as he and fellow guests Lucy Porter and Romesh Ranganathan cajole Frank Skinner into ridding the world of their pet peeves.
40:00

17) (S6E6)

3.0 1 x
Frank Skinner's radio wingman Alun Cochrane joins Richard Ayoade and Gabby Logan on the witty panel show. Half-and-half football scarves are rightfully up for nomination.
40:00

17) (S6E5)

3.0 4 x
Judge Rinder is not the man in charge for once, as he and fellow guests Lucy Porter and Romesh Ranganathan cajole Frank Skinner into ridding the world of their pet peeves.
50:00

17) (S6E3)

4.0 5 x
Frank Skinner lends a sympathetic ear as celebs get crabby. Ross Kemp, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Rob Beckett are waspish about snobby shop assistants, seating plans and teeth.
40:00

17) (S6E4)

3.0 3 x
The hit panel show that's way funnier than those people who show you viral videos - folk Joe Lycett really hates. Ricky Wilson and Zoe Lyons bemoan bin day and escalators.
40:00

17) (S6E3)

4.0 5 x
Frank Skinner lends a sympathetic ear as celebs get crabby. Ross Kemp, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Rob Beckett are waspish about snobby shop assistants, seating plans and teeth.
50:00

17) (S6E1)

4.0 4 x
Catherine Tate, Rylan Clark-Neal and Nigel Havers reveal to Frank Skinner their pet peeves, including hipster restaurants, set-up paparazzi shoots - and Jeremy Corbyn.
40:00

17) (S6E2)

3.0 4 x
Frank Skinner hosts the witty show in which celebs reveal their bizarre bugbears. David Mitchell, Judy Murray and Anita Rani are riled by sugar lumps, sniffing and clutter.
40:00

17) (S6E1)

3.0 6 x
Catherine Tate, Rylan Clark-Neal and Nigel Havers reveal to Frank Skinner their pet peeves, including hipster restaurants, set-up paparazzi shoots - and Jeremy Corbyn.
50:00

S5E7)

3.0 4 x
The Kardashians, management talk and politicians are all perfectly valid suggestions for the Orwellian chamber. Robert Peston, Bridget Christie and Greg James air their gripes.
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