Supposing you could get rid of your worst nightmares, what would they be? Each week, a different celebrity guest has their chance to cast the things they hate most into Room 101 - the most horrible and frightening place in the world, as created by George Orwell in his dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four.
In the series that asks guests to name the people and things they hate the most, Nick Hancock discovers some surprises on the list of Private Eye editor Ian Hislop, including Postman Pat, men with beards, and the film Truly Madly Deeply.
In the last in the series where guests list what they hate the most, Danny Baker's nominations include EuroDisney, Casualty and pub food.
The series in which celebrities talk to host Nick Hancock about the people, places and objects they hate. Among comedian Frank Skinner's most heartfelt detestations are Shakespeare, Action Man, and David Baddiel's cat.