In the hit series from the star of Peep Show, QI and That Mitchell And Webb Look, comedy genius David Mitchell vents his spleen on modern life in this award winning series of hilarious rants. No subject is off limits. David's targets include the elderly, lying politicians and Anne Robinson. And if necrophilia, the Welsh, the oddly familiar Camelopard and mysterious King Cnut are your thing, look no further. This is British comedy at its most irreverent and brilliantly observed. Have you ever worried that you're not passionate enough about sofas? How to pronounce the word "valet"? Or what to do with a half-dead mouse? Are you confused about public mastication, inflatable hover-forts or the proper etiquette when signing someone's boobs? Well fear not, David is on your side and has the answers.
David Mitchell addresses the American nation on the proper use of particular English words and phrases.
David Mitchell looks at the phrase 'Rape and Pillage'.
David Mitchell talks about asking inappropriate questions.
In this week's episode, David Mitchell ponders the merits of necrophilia (otherwise known as thanatophilia and necrolagnia, apparently).
David Mitchell expresses his ideas for a new queueing system in pubs.
David Mitchell discusses the wonderful use of the innuendo.
David Mitchell discusses the phenomenon of unusually smart-looking men.
David Mitchell rants about TV rudeness.
David Mitchell discusses the standards of spelling and the unnecessary use of elaborate words.
David Mitchell speaks with passion...
David Mitchell looks at the sticky issue of giving compliments.
David Mitchell talks about the curious world of male grooming.
David Mitchell rants about the generalisations of man flu.
David Mitchell contemplates why men are so reticent to go to the doctor's surgery.
David Mitchell talks about the relative merits of the Gaelic language
Just after his 35th birthday, David Mitchell contemplates the nature of birthdays.
David Mitchell ponders the tales of mythical heroes.
David Mitchell discusses the use of references around children.
David Mitchell discusses the idea that politicians are lying liars
David Mitchell talks about the origin of the old word for "giraffe," which used to be called "Camelopard."
David Mitchell talks about the hot and cold issue of climate change.
David Mitchell follows on from his rant about trains onto the insufferable subject of unattended luggage.
David Mitchell discusses the weird subject of women getting their boobs signed.
David Mitchell complains about the overuse of 3D in today's media... in glorious 3D!!
David rants about signs that lie.