Sarah, Huw and Doc Too (Sarah Love, Huw Joseph and Doc Brown)
Sarah Love and Doc Brown were away this week so Huw picked out a few of his favourite interviews from the year so far. He also drops a HUGE announcement regarding the show.
Sarah was joined by guest co-host Mystro. They discussed Raven Symone saying she wouldn’t hire someone with a ‘black’ name, and Obama’s tips for Kanye’s presidential ambitions. They also had a chat with Logic MC.
Huw was off with man flu but Doc Brown and Sarah Love were joined by Comedian Nathan Caton. They discussed embarrassing parents as it was revealed this week that George Osborne has a surprising passion for NWA and Doc rapped about it. They also talked abo
Sarah, Huw and Doc chatted about cockney rhyming slang supposedly dying out, bad fashion choices and why people are aren’t having guinea pigs as pets anymore.
Doc Brown is away this week, so Mikill Pane joins Sarah and Huw. They are joined on the phone from American rapper B.Dolan. They also discuss Pig Gate, the weird things people did at uni.
Sarah Love, Huw Joseph and Doc Brown were joined in the studio by very special guests Lewis Parker and Beardyman, who freestyled about Jeremy Corbyn, and Doc’s rap about anything was words that don’t rhyme. They also talked about Demi Lovato’s love
Doc was on tour in Milton Keynes, so Sarah and Huw were joined by Mystro, and had a lot to say about the man who ran back into his house when it was on fire to save his ribs (he was hungry), Idris Elba apparently being ‘too street’ to play James Bond
This week they were minus Sarah, but Doc and Huw had a lot to say about Kanye’s announcement that he’d like to run for President and how Tesco are bringing back vinyl in stores. They chatted to regular listener Pete in Pimlico, who inspired by Kanye
Sarah, Huw and Doc discuss bad public break ups and re-enacted the couple that broke up on an aeroplane that someone live tweeted. They were also joined in the studio by special guests Ghost Writerz.
Sarah and Huw were away this week, so Doc's co-host was Mikill Pane. They were joined in the studio by comedian Tom Davis, and discussed bad tattoos and misheard hip hop lyrics.