Tim talks about his special diet and Doon reveals what bagpipes is in German.
Jim and Richard dating talking about the perils of dating when sober and over 50 nights.
Robert hears the real history of Edinburgh and that nobody visits the toilet when in NYC.
Jason talks about Pavorotti's secret crime and Jo spots the biggest pizza box.
Tim talks the longest world and David describes Twitter as a global cocktail party.
Rob sings a song to a strawberry blonde and Jeremy talks about apologising for his career.
Robert talks about the family favourite The Thick of It and doing a Danish pantomime.
Jason gets a lift to his new day job, The One Show (oops!) and Rufus talks taking snaps.
Ross Noble talks about a strange, attraction and Stephen shows off Wimbledon Vill-age.
Craig takes Robert on the famous cobbles and Paul shows him the sign of a great magician.
The Red Dwarf star talks about making the sci-fi sitcom and how it felt to come back.
Robert tries hard to show off his equipment with the aid of Donal’s battered mirror.
Robert explains the inherent beauty behind his easygoing approach to research.
Robert discusses the most interesting places his guests have asked to be dropped off.
The usefulness of background noise and the lovely sound of rubber on rich macadam.
Robert on shoehorning the massive frame of Jonathan Ross into a tiny battery powered car.
Robert on the beauty of avoiding confrontational men and the art of structured waffle.
Robert Llewellyn takes the wheel of the Toyota Prius to explode a few misconceptions.
Robert Llewellyn talks about taking the chat show to his sillily busy guests.
Donal Coonan takes Robert for a spin and Robert reveals the inspiration lock, stock.
Robert Llewellyn talks about guests forgetting where they are and who brought bodyguard.