He's back where he belongs! Iain Lee takes your calls on the best late night radio show in the country.
'You were interviewing that guy who was going on about Spike Milligan and things like that, yeah?' (Paul in Stoke Poges)
'A lot of times the police would even prey on the families' own sense of guilt. A lot of times the families didn't know their son or brother was gay.'
'It was sort of the Original Sin in the Simon and Garfunkel relationship...' (Peter Ames Carlin)
'Some of the Germans did escape to the Hollow Earth after World War Two' (Rodney Cluff)
A caller believes that you can understand the universe by imagining an oak tree
Iain's inability to mangle his dull middle English accent proved his undoing as Billy wiped the floor with him.
'Your voice sounded deep there, like your balls had dropped' (Paul)
'Fool me once, more fool you. Fool me twice, I'm going to get angry. Fool me three times, you're an idiot' (Iain)
'He said "You nearly died twice" I said "I've died more times than that on stage" ' (Eddie Large)
'I've been invited to Spike Milligan's house, I'm going to take the day off if I have to' (Louis Barfe)
'I always thought of her (Mama Cass) as a contemporary Sophie Tucker, she had a wicked sense of humour' (Dave Mason)
'I thought, well, if I put music to this it'll be a musical gang and it'll work, and it kind of did.' (Chris Difford)
'There's a lot of information out there which is suggesting that probably about 66% of the mass shootings, even the ISIS ones, are done under the influence of psychiatric drugs' (Paul)
'I was stood there waiting to be assigned to a job and suddenly Bobby came in...and he was the first person to speak to me out of 500 guys on the shop floor' (Tommy Cannon)
'Who would want to turn down the chance to sing Sunshine Of Your Love with Jack Bruce?' (Ian Anderson)
'It was a collaboration of symphony players, big band, swing musicians...and the hooligans, as we were called' ( Dougie Wright)
'We're more likely to believe something's the truth than to detect a lie, so they had human nature on their side' (Jeanie Finlay)