To bring the series to a close, Paul and Steve delve into some listener questions and quickly conclude that they may not be the best placed to answer them, but they have a go anyway.
Tapping Feet to Formless Sound
Joining the brothers this week is Una Baines, founding member of The Fall and the Blue Orchids. She discusses how she met Mark, how the band came to be and "the worst sounding keyboard on record".
The Duff Almanac
Graham Duff, writer, actor, and producer, joins the guys for this week's edition of Oh! Brother. They reminisce about gigs that became riots, riots that pretended to be gigs, and what it means to be Mark E. Smith's writing partner.
Futures and Pasts
Martin Bramah, one of the founding fathers of The Fall, joins the Hanleys on this week's episode. The guys cover Martin's multiple runs in the band. Please note, no Fall members were punched in the making of this episode.
Paul and Steve are this week joined by John Leckie, producer to the stars and The Fall. The guys recall working together and the legendary Abbey Road studio with the accuracy and attention to detail we have all come to expect.
The End Of Silence
Henry Rollins, of Black Flag and Rollins Band fame, joins the Hanleys on this weeks edition of Oh! Brother. The guys discuss meeting Mark and The Fall's impact in America, amongst the usual tales of gigs and studios.
Ah yes, I remember it well
Episode 6 sees Paul and Steve joined by drummer and author Simon Wolstencroft, who played in The Fall with Steve for over 10 years. The guys discuss touring Australia, plays, ballets, and how a changing atmosphere shone through in the creative output of the band.