The episode where we lock the Grumpy Gits up in the same room and see who comes out standing! A Christmas Death Match if you will. Scream Yipee Ki Yay Monkey Farmers and join us as we put to rest the age old argument with regards to Die Hard being a Christmas movie. What Christmas music would you choose to drive a good mate potty over the festive period? Find out what Simon, Chris, Duncan and Adam would choose to annoy each other in See You Next Christmas. We also discuss in general the state of Christmas Music releases. Then we have a viewer who written in with a rather sensitive problem in Dear Grumpy Gits - has your grandma ever put lingerie under the Christmas Tree for you? How will the boys unpick this one? Let us know how you would approach this matter in the comments below. Like, Subscribe and #DontBeGrumpyAlone!
In this episode we get to grips with the showcase football tournament - the World Cup in Qatar. We get issues off our chest with regards to why Qatar hosting it is all wrong. Did Joe Lycett's 'Shred it like Beckham' stunt make the right news? Duncan and Chris get to meet James Anderson from DEPHER - the charity that ensure the elderly and vulnerable don't go cold through winter! Our very own Simon Sansome hits the big screen with a documentary on his life, his disability, how his family rallied around him . We chat to him about it and find out if he is too big for our show now that he has his own biopic film. All this and your usual favourites with Dear Grumpy Gits and See You Next Tuesday Chris.
In this episode we have a chat about the digital dumpster fire – Twitter! What is going on with Elon and what is he trying to achieve? Channel 4 TV celeb and anti-bullying campaigner Kelly Waite joins us to discuss what is going on with her life, to discuss disability and let us know what she is currently involved with. She, Him, Her, His, Them, They… Our four Grumpy Gits get their heads wrapped around pronouns and discuss why Eddie Izzard is in the news. All this and your usual favourites with Dear Grumpy Gits and See You Next Tuesday Chris.
In this episode we talk to Rachel Walker-Mason about her passion for raising awareness for Postpartum Depression, as well as her recent win for best song at Cannes Film Festival. We also talk to Gurdas Singh, son of Avtar Singh, a sikh priest who was senselessly attacked and left for dead in Manchester.
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