Today's Big Debate on the Jon Holmes show was about cats
Jon Holmes gets the latest info from diverse Tara
Our latest member had her dad's wheelchair stolen from her
'I went to the awards for the Cats Protection League with Leslie Joseph and the girl that used to be on CBeebies. So don't talk to me about Animal Rights.' (Iain)
The Big Debate with Jon Holmes was about the month of May
Today our work experience worker provided a tip-top music analysis for us
Today's inductee was eating in his bed, getting 'ideas above his airport'
Our afternoon presenter uses a game to work out what might happen when Theresa May takes over
Our afternoon presenter takes to the streets to chat about the week's news with drunk people
Today's debate was ever so slightly controversial
Our newest inductee made a passionate plea to the UK's new PM in waiting
The Two Mikes are rather annoyed at the British weather for causing them fashion problems
Today's newest member is Robert who was in Hyde Park
'I will bear your children' were actually words uttered by Jon in this conversation
' You can't live your life in a panic...well, maybe YOU can!' (Miranda Sawyer)
The Big Debate on photographs gets focused
It's alleged MI6 stole the Iraq nerve gas report from 1996 film The Rock
Today's Lonely Lunch Club resulted in many questions – and a small falling out
'At last! It's the showdown the public have been begging for' (Danny Baker)
An actor joined the ranks of people eating along in the tupperware hall of despair
Our afternoon presenter spoke to a palaeontologist to get all the information
'Don't go in there, unzip your trousers and take a pee on their desk, for crying out loud, you stupid muppet' (Iain Lee on Farage)
Today's big debate is on the key issue of...buttocks
Our newest club member was eating a homemade hot dog and 'giving a lick of paint' to a gym
The Big Debate on Rainbows
Jason Haddon MBE says 'these baby burglars use their nappies to hide the swag as they go from house to house'
Do we actually need birthdays now that the EU law forcing us to celebrate them no longer applies?
If we lose the EU laws, will it change our Great British food?