We did one of these way back, looking at Jehovahs Witlesses, Marzipan, Storms, N Dubz and our Cilla (who lets be fair wasn't that bad). The show has had a bit of a redesign so in order to comply with the new rules it we'll add a further three to the list and go into more details.
Incidentally, the show itself is a bit meh now, Frank Skinners the host now and there are now 3 people argue their cause instead of one guest with a list of stuff. Its still funny but has its own problems. Most of the guests are rank and its locked down to certain approved genres rather than a general whinge.
For those that keep track of such things here are how its gone down over the years.
The Original with Nick Hancock and Frank Skinner as guest.
The later version with:
Paul Merton as Host and Stephen Fry as guest.
Frank Skinner with old vinegar tits Craig Revel Horwood as one of the guests the other is some comedian and Sheila Hancock.
You'll see a sharp decline in quality here as both Paul Merton and Nick Hancock are supremely watchable whereas Frank Skinners internship, while still boss, is noticeably crapper.
Thats enough about the show I'll add my further three things to exile for oblivion here.
The new format gave us an unholy nexus of evil that had Michael McIntyre and her as guests on the new series. The last guest I've forgotten but could have been Pol Pot for balance sake. Anyway McIntyre is of course an Insincere Dave a telemarketer posing as a comedian with a plastic soul and bugger all funny and he's still runner up to her.
Imagine if Janet Street Porter and Polly Toybee from the Guardian spawned a child, so left wing and irritating in both voice (a little girl voice thats enough to drive you mad) and politics (Socialist nonsense), that the only sane response would be to kill it with fire. Room 101 only lasted 30 minutes but when she was on I'm sure it lasted a whole millennium. She's the reason I can safely demote Cilla Black to only a harmless Irritant.
In App Purchases.
Do you play games on facebook or smartphone, you'll know what you mean. They are the optional bollocks you get so you can add custom tat to your farm in Farmville, or give yourself extra lives or do anything in Candy Crush Saga. They're a cancer ruining decent games, often giving you a massive paywall so you either pay up to proceed and gain better stuff or you get left behind. I may write more about this, but so far its the singlest most unappealing thing about modern games.
A Question of Sport.
I'm no lover of Sue Barker, so this goes in. Nick Hancock used to do a show called They Think Its All Over, a sports quiz that pisses over this from a great height. I see its reusing some of the rounds that were on there but with its trademark Forced Bonhomie. In fact that would be an enjoyable rebranding A Question of Forced Bonhomie. Its been going on since the mid 80's (it had David Colemanballs as host and was enjoyable) and seems stuck in a timewarp of bad puns, smugness and bloody Sue Barker draining the life out of everything she touches.