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Hosted by Joe Cole and Tom Davis and with a lineup of legendary guests, we’ll be taking a look at some of the biggest football of the week. From analysis to random stats and of course incredible stories from inside ...
Russell Kane is joined by comedian Kae Kurd, England rugby star James Haskell and his TV presenter wife Chloe to discuss jealousy. What happens when someone slides in your DMs, and how does the envy manifest itself?
Russell Kane and his guests DJ Toby Tarrant, comedian Baba Aleshe and model AJ Odudu discuss the traditional roles that couples play and ask whether holding open a door, driving and making a home is still the preserve of men.
Russell Kane is joined by stand up Luke Kempner, Diversity’s Jordan Banjo and writer and broadcaster Emma Gannon
Russell Kane and his guests, comedian Joe Bor, KISS FM DJ Tom Green and TV presenter Layla Anna-Lee discuss arguing and the gender differences surrounding how and why we fall out and how arguments manifest themselves.
Russell is joined by comedian Tom Lucy, TV and radio presenter Connor Phillips and model and TV presenter AJ Odudu to discuss how men treat women dependent on their age. Is a 21 year old likely to be more fun ...
Russell Kane is joined by actor and impressionist Luke Kempner, stand-up comedian Prince Abdi and comedian and actor Sharon Gavin to discuss the perils of losing your virginity. How, why, when and why do people always lie about it?
Russell is joined by television presenter and former Invictus Games gold medallist JJ Chalmers, comedian Eshaan Akbar and Sky Sports presenter and model Olivia Wayne to discuss what’s it like being a single man in 2019. Is it an opportunity ...
Russell is joined by Radio 1Xtra DJ Nick Bright, political satirist Jolyon Rubinstein and TV presenter Chloe Haskell to discuss the break-up and ask why are men so terrible at it.
Russell is joined by TV presenters Colin Murray and AJ Odudu and stand-up comedian Kae Kurd to ask whether men are selfish, and if so why? Is it genetic, is it just something men do, and does it happen in ...
Russell Kane and his panel – comedians George Lewis and Kelly Convey, and sports presenter Will Perry - discuss pornography and men’s attitudes to it, and uses of it. All in front of a studio audience as part of the ...
Russell Kane returns for Series 2 and kicks off with impressionist and political satirist Luke Kempner, stand-up comedian Steve Bugeja and entrepreneur Luisa Zissman. The panel discuss chivalry and self confidence. Oh, and penis size. In association with ASOS.
To get you ready for season two, it’s a special one-off live episode of Boys Don’t Cry in partnership with Time to Change. Russell Kane is joined by Jolyon Rubinstein, Jordan Stephens and Olivia Wayne to talk all about men ...
Russell Kane and his panel Danny McLoughlin, Justin Moorhouse, Rachel Fairburn talk flirting and how dynamics and communications have shifted in the wake of #MeToo and Harvey Weinstein.
Russell Kane talks lying and dishonesty with his panel Joel Dommett, Nick Bright, and Camilla Thurlow.
Russell Kane is joined by Love Island's Dr Alex George, rugby star Ugo Monye and presenter AJ Odudu to talk health, injuries, sex and the cycle of life.
Cheating. That's the topic this week. Join Russell and his panel of Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing, comedian Kae Kurd and presenter AJ Odudu as they get stuck in. This is, we're told, a good one.
Russell Kane finds the source of his anger. Join Russell and his panel Heydon Prowse, Ross McGrane and Judi Love as some startlingly frank and honest admissions are made.
This week Russell discusses the alphas of the pack with the comedian and satirist Jolyon Rubinstein, actress and TV presenter Laura Whitmore and singer-songwriter Tom Grennan.
Recorded in front of a live studio audience at Carat in Manchester, Russell Kane and his panel Adam Rowe, OJ Borg and Lou Conran root around in the nooks and crannies of parenthood.
Russell is joined by Kelly Convey, Ali Official and Tom Ward to discuss the single life.
Russell Kane is joined by Georgie Bingham, Omar Hamdi and Alistair Williams to get to the heart of crying.
Russell Kane and his guests Jolyon Rubinstein, Olivia Wayne and Ivo Graham ask whether size really matters.
Russell is joined by TV presenter AJ Odudu, comedian Arthur Smith and the writer of Veep, David Quantick. This week: Body hair - or a lack thereof, feminisation, tattoos, grooming, body dysmorphia, going to the toilet in front of your ...
In the first episode of Boys Don't Cry, Russell Kane is joined by AJ Odudu, Joel Dommett and Marlon Davis to explore the things men don't talk about. On this week’s episode: Why women fancy bastards, the inability to thrive ...
Russell Kane introduces Boys Don't Cry.