20. Series One Finale
Season 1, Ep. 20
In this series one finale (don't worry – they'll soon be back), Helen and Bill share some the weird, wonderful and downright random facts their listeners have written in to tell them about. They also have some wrongs they put right!
19. The Young Ones
Season 1, Ep. 19
The anarchic British sitcom The Young Ones was first broadcast 40 years ago, so Helen and Bill begin their journey down the great internet rabbit hole with the students of Scumbag College. From there, they discover a bunch of fact-based gems about the band Traffic, the musical Evita, Che Guevara and even the Argentinian Church of Diego Maradona.
Season 1, Ep. 18
Helen and Bill went to see Kraftwerk perform their 3D show in London, so this week's episode begins there, but before you know it, our hosts are led down the internet rabbit hole to Gilbert & George, Shakin' Stevens, The Simpsons, Jimmy Finlayson and the Dutch word for "soft dung".
17. The Gray Man
Season 1, Ep. 17
Helen and Bill were invited to review the film, The Gray Man on Flixwatcher.tv and so this week's episode of WOTLTA starts there, and ends with The Hee Bee Gee Bees (a Bee Gees parody group), via The Chateau de Chantilly, the wedding of Charles and DI, Private Eye magazine and John Lennon.
16. Norfolk Broads
Season 1, Ep. 16
The Norfolk Broads is the starting point to this week's episode and before you know it, Helen and Bill discover a booty of fact-based gems about everything and anything from David Bowie and Lord Admiral Horatio Nelson to Barbarella and Paco Rabanne, via the world's most expensive restaurant and Nostradamus.
Season 1, Ep. 15
Helen's penchant for Magnum ice cream takes her and Bill on a fascinating trip down the internet rabbit hole where they discover a booty of fact-based gems on Shaun of the Dead and Walls' sausages, which then leads them on to Barbra Streisand and Kermit the Frog, via the 80's teen TV show Metal Mickey and Tom Selleck.