Comedian Nazeem Hussain writes the definitive survivor's guide to absolutely everything, harnessing the knowledge of a series of collaborators even less qualified than him. With the help of producers Amy Ruffle and James Milsom, Naz brings you the know-how you'll need to conquer the challenges that everyone faces, and even to tackle the things that happen to no one. Ever.
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Charlie Pickering's Guide to the US Presidential Election
Charlie Pickering gives us the hard data on the US Presidential Election, and things aren't sounding great for the Trumpster (if you're reading this from a future in which he wins again in 2020, you should know that there was a time when lots of people genuinely believed he wouldn't). Naz reveals that he has friendship strategies, tailored differently for different people. It's weird but delightful.
Dr Nikki Goldstein's Guide to Not Hugging
Dr Nikki Goldstein answers Survivor Elspeth's question about how not to hug when everyone goes hug mad in the post covid world. Naz has a thought!
The Family's Guide to House Hunting
Your favourite family gives Ruffle the hottest tips on finding an apartment. Naz does some pretty excellent tricks.
Angie Kent's Guide to Sweatiness
Angie Kent shares some Daily Mail level hot goss on the Bachelorette, and she tells us all about how to survive the heavy sweats. Naz sincerely believes there was a sub-plot of 8 Mile that they edited out that related to flower pressing. You're welcome.
Veronica Milsom's Guide to Plasausage Rolls
Veronica gives us a preview of some of the frankly pretty confronting but hilarious content that will make up her new podcast, Zero Waste Baby. Naz reveals that his friends beat him up, and there's no one who will do anything about it, because at times like these you fall back on your friends, but he can't because his friends beat him up.
Zero Waste Baby is out on Wednesday 30th September. Subscribe now (if you want to - it's honestly up to you).
Waleed Aly's Guide to Colour Coded Libraries
Waleed Aly, Gold Logie winner and actual guy from the TV, drops in to tell all in this exclusive interview, almost entirely told as if it were a women's magazine article.* Naz reveals his interest in some existing COVID-19 conspiracy theories, and invents a couple of his own.
*If there's a thing to call women's magazines that is more woke and appropriate, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org (think that's not a real email address? Try it. You'll see.)