False Economy

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  • 4. Ep32: Marc Burrows

    The award-winning author, comedian and journalist bemoans his spending habits to Vix and Paul - he simply can’t work out why he doesn’t have any money despite having a healthy income. Although we think we may have found the answer by analysing his outgoings, which include a hefty chunk on laundry (you heard) and can be further illustrated by the fact he doesn’t even have a club card despite living next door to a Tesco. 

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  • 3. Ep31: Justin Myers

    The author and the face behind The Guyliner tells Vix and Paul all about his spending history - from his mum’s bin (quite the deal) to fancy swimwear - and he lets rip on why he just hates cleaning products.
  • 2. Ep30: Naomi Paxton/Ada Campe

    The writer, performer, actor, academic researcher and star of the cabaret scene discusses her retail spending habits from home renovations to harem pants, plus some insight into working as a flying monkey (true story). And we also discover how much it costs to do yoga with goats (again, true story).
  • 1. Ep29: Wynne Evans

    The newly-crowned Celebrity Masterchef winner joins Vix to dig into his spending habits - from expensive watches to having to buy his own insurance. Plus he reveals why he sang so much during the cooking show...
  • 28. Summer Special 3: Paul Watson is back!

    Vix and Paul are reunited for the final one of our summer special episodes, and he tells us some of his best holiday spending stories. 
  • 27. Summer Special 2: Rich Wilson

    The comedian joins Vix for another holiday spending special - in which he bemoans his constant train-based woes, discusses his endless love of trainers and ponders whether he’s finally going to embrace the return of Crocs...
  • 26. Summer Special 1: Leslie Ewing-Burgesse

    The first of our Summer Special series sees comedian Leslie Ewing-Burgesse tell Vix all about her holiday bargains and rip-offs, from the perils of connecting flights to how Vinted is helping her spend the summer in Edinburgh. Plus we fondly remember the Megabus Gold...