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Do The Right Thing is a live audience comedy panel show hosted by Danielle Ward, with team captains Michael Legge and Margaret Cabourn-Smith. They are joined by different guests each week to work out what the right thing to do is in any given situation.

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Do The Right Thing is a live audience comedy panel show hosted by Danielle Ward, with team captains Michael Legge and Margaret Cabourn-Smith. They are joined by different guests each week to work out what the right thing to do is in any given situation.

    2019 Christmas Special (Chris Addison & Anna Mann)

    2019 Christmas Special (Chris Addison & Anna Mann)

    Chris Addison and Anna Mann are the gifts that keep on giving in the 2019 Christmas Special! It is a very traditional affair, with all the usual festive ingredients you'd expect, including squirrels, gimp masks, sword fighting, an abbatoir and Danke Jonathan. Expertise is provided by the overwhelmingly brilliant, lovely and Panto-tastic Joe Tracini.


    We hope you've enjoyed the new episodes this year and that this Christmas Special gives you a warm glow in all the right places. As ever, we are super-grateful for any support you can give us, whether that is in the form of leaving a review, telling your friends about the show or giving us cold, hard cyber-cash in the form of a one-off donation or signing up to our Patreon - both of which you can do at dothemoneything.com


    Special Thanks this episode to... Gemma Higgins for transcription, Josh Grant for helping out on the night and the Pleasance Theatre for having us. Thank you thank you thank you to all the people who are already supporting us via PayPal and Patreon.


    Additional credits: Music by Martin White, additional material by David Reed, illustration by Sally Grosart, produced by Ben Walker For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 1h 15 min
    Series 7, Episode 12 (Aisling Bea & Miles Jupp)

    Series 7, Episode 12 (Aisling Bea & Miles Jupp)

    Aisling Bea and Miles Jupp are the guests for the final show of this mammoth series - and we go out with a bang in an episode that considers how to commit the perfect murder, how to behave on public transport, what to do if you sext your ex and then they start blackmailing you, how to deal with flatmates whose onanism is too noisy and a few new-life lessons from Expert Midwife Kerry.


    If you enjoy Do The Right Thing there are two keys ways you can support us. The first costs nothing: please help get the show into the ears of people who might like it by telling them about it. The second costs as much as you're willing to pay: your donations mean we can make more episodes in the future. Find out more by clicking here. Also... you can follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@DTRTpodcast), and give the show a sparkling review whenever you spot an opportunity to do so. THANKS!


    Special Thanks this episode to... Gemma Higgins for transcription, Gwyn Rhys Davies and Josh Grant for helping out on the night and the Phoenix for having us. Thank you thank you thank you to all the people who are already supporting us via PayPal and Patreon.


    Additional credits: Music by Martin White, additional material by David Reed, illustration by Sally Grosart, produced by Ben Walker For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 55 min
    Series 7, Episode 11 (Rufus Hound & Tawny Newsome)

    Series 7, Episode 11 (Rufus Hound & Tawny Newsome)

    Rufus Hound and Tawny Newsome guest at the London Podcast Festival in a show that considers calming down angry people, surviving a freefall without a parachute, how to cope with a dog who wants to join in when you're having sex, the whys and wherefores of getting a second date (featuring possibly the worst advice ever given in the course of an Agony round courtesy of Danielle) and a very fun Ask The Expert round with expert guest bass player Mat Osman from Suede!


    If you're enjoying this series and are wondering how you can support the show, here's how! Chuck us some cyber coins by clicking here (your donations will help us make more episodes) and/or help spread the word about the show however you see fit. Also... follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@DTRTpodcast), and 'Like' or favourably review the show whenever you spot an opportunity. THANKS!


    Special Thanks this episode to... Gemma Higgins for transcription, Gwyn Rhys Davies for helping out on the night and the London Podcast Festival and Kings Place for having us. VAST THANK YOUS to all the people who are already supporting us via PayPal and Patreon.


    Additional credits: Music by Martin White, additional material by David Reed, illustration by Sally Grosart, produced by Ben Walker For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 52 min
    Series 7, Episode 10 (Bethany Black & David Reed)

    Series 7, Episode 10 (Bethany Black & David Reed)

    Bethany Black and David Reed join the gang in glorious York for the first ever recording outside London or Edinburgh (yes, we know you've already heard the Birmingham recording, but that was recorded three days after this one). Anyway, the subjects covered include jellyfish stings, interrogation techniques, whether honesty is the best policy when it comes to unexpected windfalls, two cracking audience Agony problems (how to own up to your wife that you're living a brilliant lie & how to upgrade the elderly volunteers in a charity shop) and then a fascinating hike through vikings with expert guest Chris Tuckley (on loan from the Jorvik Centre).


    If you're enjoying this series and want to 'give something back' then you can! You can chuck us some cyber coins by clicking here (your donations will help us make more episodes) and any help spreading the word about the show is always a beautiful thing. Also... follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@DTRTpodcast), and 'Like' or favourably review the show whenever you spot an opportunity. THANKS!


    Special Thanks this episode to... William Wright for transcription, Burning Duck Comedy for their help setting up the gig and the wonderful Crescent Community Venue in York for having us.


    VAST THANK YOUS to all the people who are already supporting us via PayPal and Patreon. This episode we want to pick out even more of the people who've chosen to sign up to the 'Do The Written Thanks Thing' tier: They are... Christine Turner (remarkable), Christopher Leonard (incredible), Derren Harvey (magnificent), Gari McColl (awol), Jon FitzGerald (groovy), Nicholas Alderson (stupendous), Nick Rozanski (wondrous) and Rachel Robertson (staggering).


    Additional credits: Music by Martin White, illustration by Sally Grosart, produced by Ben Walker For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 1h 1m
    Series 7, Episode 9 (Rachel Fairburn & Neil Edmond)

    Series 7, Episode 9 (Rachel Fairburn & Neil Edmond)

    Rachel Fairburn and Neil Edmond are the perfect guests for a show that considers runaway horses, meeting strangers from the internet in real life, unwanted matchmaking, secret tattoos and aggressively smelly bosses. There then follows a frankly delightful chat with expert cruise ship entertainment and hospitality director Peter Gibbs.


    You seem like a very kind-hearted person, so you probably want to support the show anyway you can. Well, there are two ways. 1. Please recommend the show to people - always very helpful indeed. 2. Bung us some cash here - your donations will help us to determine whether or not to make more episodes and how quickly we can do so! THANKS! Also... follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@DTRTpodcast), and 'Like' or favourably review the show whenever you spot an opportunity. Thanks!


    Special Thanks this episode to... Gemma Higgins for transcription, Gwyn Rhys Davies for his assistance at the recording and The Cavendish Arms in London for hosting it.


    VAST THANK YOUS to all the people who are already supporting us via PayPal and Patreon. This episode we want to pick out a few more of the people who've chosen to sign up to the 'Do The Written Thanks Thing' tier: They are... James Forrester (stalwart), Neal Peters (powerhouse), Richard Bald (bold), Richard Smith (indomitable), Scott Mitchell (rugged), the enigmatic 'T' Smith (courageous) and Thom Saunders (adventuresome).


    Additional credits: Music by Martin White, additional material by David Reed, illustration by Sally Grosart, produced by Ben Walker For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 51 min
    Series 7, Episode 8 (Vivienne Acheampong & Glenn Moore)

    Series 7, Episode 8 (Vivienne Acheampong & Glenn Moore)

    Vivienne Acheampong and Glenn Moore join Danielle, Margaret and Michael to discuss rioting, parents embarrassing you on social media, the rights and wrongs of weeing in the sink and dirty housemates. There's then a disconcerting amount of talk about fists with expert guest materials scientist Anna Ploszajski.


    If you want to support the show, then let us tell you how... click here to donate some cash to the cause, or you can also help us a tonne by spreading the word about DTRT on social media, in the playground, and via semaphore. Also... follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@DTRTpodcast), and 'Like' or favourably review the show whenever you spot an opportunity. Thanks!


    Special Thanks this episode to... Gemma Higgins for transcription, Gwyn Rhys Davies and Maisah Thompson for their assistance at the recording and The Phoenix in London for hosting it.


    HUGE THANKS to all the people who have already been supporting us via PayPal and Patreon. In particular we'd like to pick out some of the people who've chosen to sign up to the 'Do The Written Thanks Thing' tier (this isn't all of them, but we'll be thanking them all over the next few episodes): They are... Cameron Swaine (hero), Chris Mannion (legend), Dan Morgan (champion), Daniel Hawksworth (warrior), David Bamford (conquistador), Doug Atkinson (all round decent person) and Karen McMillan (solid gold ally).


    Additional credits: Music by Martin White, additional material by David Reed, illustration by Sally Grosart, produced by Ben Walker For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 52 min

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