The Podcast App
By BBC Radio
Where do you draw the line? Each week, we examine a cultural icon’s back story and weigh up the good against the bad.
Rob Beckett, Athena Kugblenu & Heidi Regan decide whether to use the ejector seat on Bond
Will Jon Richardson, Johnny Cochrane and Susie McCabe give Maradona the red card?
Comrades Ria Lina, Esther Manito and Michael Odewale dissect the Argentine revolutionary.
The controversial children's author.How will Josh Jones, Ola Labib & Joanne McNally vote?
Sophie Duker, Daliso Chaponda and Kemah Bob riff over jazz singer Billie Holiday, who sang Strange Fruit.
Fern Brady, Alison Spittle and Alex Edelman on John Harvey Kellogg, man of cornflakes.
Grainne Maguire Athena Kugblenu and Tony Law assess the Queen of East Anglia AKA Boudicca
Jayde Adams, Angela Barnes and Neil Delamere on the scientist who came up with evolution and explained how life works. No biggie.
Catherine Bohart, Tom Parry & Heidi Regan keep you in suspense. Hitchcock:evil or genius?
Grainne Maguire, Felicity Ward and Alex Kealy decide, was Henry more monarch or murderer?
Darren Harriott, Sikisa and Johnny Cochrane examine the civil rights leader.
Sara Barron, Ivo Graham & Jenny Bede on the American Founding Father, the real man behind the hit musical Hamilton.
Russell and panel take on US Founding Father Alexander Hamilton - of the musical fame..
Olga Koch, Eshaan Akbar and Geoff Norcott give the political thinker Marx out of ten.
Jon Richardson, Catherine Bohart & Shappi Khorsandi look at the film star in close-up.
a message from Russell Kane
Tom Allen, Evelyn Mok and Isma Almas share what Queen's singing superstar means to them.
Will Sarah Keyworth, Athena Kugblenu and Luisa Omielan use their votes wisely?
Will Colin Murray,Johnny Cochrane and Neil Delamere have suspicious minds about The King?
Tom Allen, Suzi Ruffell and Harriet Braine paint a wonky picture of the great artist.
Are Athena Kugblenu, Njambi McGrath and Harriet Dyer feeling good about Nina Simone?
Ivo Graham and Aatif Nawaz bowl over non-cricket fans Russell Kane and Joanne McNally.
Darren Harriott, Nathan Caton and Joanne McNally put the boot in to the sportswear giant.
Colin Murray, Chloe Petts and Neil Delamere give the greatest footballer a good kicking.
Starting with three sport episodes - two sports megastars and one king of sportswear
Jen Brister, Larry Dean & Esther Manito consign Oscar Wilde to the gutter or the stars.
Sophie Duker, Laura Lexx & Neil Delamere take a walk on the wild side with the rock star
Dane Baptiste, Jodie Mitchell and Athena Kugblenu decide, will they always love Whitney?
Jessica Fostekew, Marlon Davis and Leo Kearse ask if the popular comedian is still funny.
Jen Brister, Esther Manito and Larry Dean wax their moustaches ready to talk Salvador Dali
Daliso Chaponda, Ivo Graham & Jessica Fostekew discuss the man voted the Greatest Briton.
Comrades Heidi Regan, Konstantin Kisin and Eleanor Morton consider Fidel Castro.
Darren Harriott, Laura Davis, Christopher Macarthur-Boyd on the boxer called The Greatest
Dane Baptiste, Jodie Mitchell and Athena Kugblenu weigh up Queen Victoria.
Suzi Ruffell Joanne McNally and Maisie Adam take on Amy at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Evil Genius is good, bad, ugly and funny. And it's returning to your lucky earholes.
Lou Sanders, Johnny Cochrane and Tom Lucy find out how James Brown Got On Up to no good.
Fern Brady, Tiff Stevenson and Kae Kurd have an animated chat, about animator Walt Disney
Danielle Ward, Rachel Fairburn & Danny McLoughlin have a jolly old time with Enid Blyton
Amy Annette, Marcus Bronzy and Inel Tomlinson find the upsides in having an arch-nemesis
Tiff Stevenson, Fern Brady and Kae Kurd weigh up the comedian Bill Hicks
Elf Lyons, Ken Cheng and Sadie Harrison debate Coco Chanel and lying about your age.
Lou Sanders, Johnny Cochrane and Tom Lucy bandy words about singing and civil rights.
Desiree Burch, Catherine Bohart and Alan Carr chat being outrageous and having no limits.
Sindhu Vee, Grainne Maguire and Dane Baptiste mull over the magic of Santa himself
Amy Annette, Marcus Bronzy and Inel Tomlinson read up on author Charles Dickens
James Acaster, Jayde Adams and Romesh Ranganathan ask if he's just misunderstood.
Danielle Ward, Rachel Fairburn and Danny McLoughlin weigh up drug lord Pablo Escobar.
Grainne Maguire, Jen Brister and Shappi Khorsandi talk about what comedy owes to punk.
Elf Lyons, Ken Cheng and Sadie Harrison poke around JFK: John F. Kennedy, US President.