What are the issues that men spend a lifetime avoiding talking about? This is the show that gets men talking about them. With a mix of humour and serious conversation, each week Russell Kane and his panel of guests dig deep into the inner recesses of male insecurity - from group holidays to mental health, body hair to Brexit, it's thoughtful, surprising, laugh-out-loud funny, and above all, it makes you think.
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Russell Kane is joined by comedian Kae Kurd, England rugby star James Haskell and his TV presenter wife Chloe to discuss jealousy. What happens when someone slides in your DMs, and how does the envy manifest itself?
Stuck to the Space Bar
Russell Kane and his guests DJ Toby Tarrant, comedian Baba Aleshe and model AJ Odudu discuss the traditional roles that couples play and ask whether holding open a door, driving and making a home is still the preserve of men.
My Nan's Got a Boyfriend
Russell Kane is joined by stand up Luke Kempner, Diversity’s Jordan Banjo and writer and broadcaster Emma Gannon
Frozen Against the Bush
Russell Kane and his guests, comedian Joe Bor, KISS FM DJ Tom Green and TV presenter Layla Anna-Lee discuss arguing and the gender differences surrounding how and why we fall out and how arguments manifest themselves.
Russell is joined by comedian Tom Lucy, TV and radio presenter Connor Phillips and model and TV presenter AJ Odudu to discuss how men treat women dependent on their age. Is a 21 year old likely to be more fun on a date than a 41 year old, and what are their expectations?
You spoke very well about male mental health on Johnathan Ross 🙌🏻
Seriously funny whilst having very important conversations. I could not recommend it enough. Olivia