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Series 3, Episode 7

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Paul Hollywood, Gabby Logan and Hal Cruttenden prove that holding a warm drink makes you feel warmer towards others, that you can use a glass bottler as a hammer and that listening…

Series 2, Episode 1

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Do women blink twice as much as men? Does an office desk have more bacteria than a toilet? All these amazing facts and many more will be put to the test by Lee Mack and a panel of…

Series 3, Episode 7

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Paul Hollywood, Gabby Logan and Hal Cruttenden prove that holding a warm drink makes you feel warmer towards others, that you can use a glass bottler as a hammer and that listening…

Series 3, Episode 8

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Look back at the best moments of the series so far

Series 3, Episode 8

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Look back at the best moments of the series so far

Series 2, Episode 2

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Do women blink twice as much as men? Does an office desk have more bacteria than a toilet? All these amazing facts and many more will be put to the test by Lee Mack and a panel of…

Series 3, Episode 8

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Look back at the best moments of the series so far

Series 3, Episode 9

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This week Martin Clunes, Jimmy Carr and Aisling Bea discuss, explain and prove that we think we are more attractive than we actually are, that everyones skin is infested with mites…

Series 3, Episode 9

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This week Martin Clunes, Jimmy Carr and Aisling Bea discuss, explain and prove that we think we are more attractive than we actually are, that everyones skin is infested with mites…

Series 2, Episode 3

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Do women blink twice as much as men? Does an office desk have more bacteria than a toilet? All these amazing facts and many more will be put to the test by Lee Mack and a panel of…

Series 3, Episode 9

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This week Martin Clunes, Jimmy Carr and Aisling Bea discuss, explain and prove that we think we are more attractive than we actually are, that everyones skin is infested with mites…

Series 3, Episode 10

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This week Rob Brydon, Emma Bunton and Carol Vorderman prove that parents cannot tell if their children are lying and that you can control someone else's hand with your brain.

Series 3, Episode 10

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This week Rob Brydon, Emma Bunton and Carol Vorderman prove that parents cannot tell if their children are lying and that you can control someone else's hand with your brain.

Series 2, Episode 4

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Do women blink twice as much as men? Does an office desk have more bacteria than a toilet? All these amazing facts and many more will be put to the test by Lee Mack and a panel of…

Series 3, Episode 10

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This week Rob Brydon, Emma Bunton and Carol Vorderman prove that parents cannot tell if their children are lying and that you can control someone else's hand with your brain.