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Episode one logo Episode One: Ask The Nincompoops – Coming Friday 28th September 2018!

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Are you a very unintelligent child? Of COURSE you are. All you children have soft, squashy brains which don’t work very well. It’s well known by clever adults that you kids know NOTHING. After all, how many kids have won the Nobel Prize for Genetics? NONE.

But don’t cry because you won’t be unedumacated for much longer. Carrie Quinlan (a VERY clever grown-up) and Andy Stanton (who is also a VERY clever grown-up, thank you, actually) are here to educate the world’s children and answer their soft, squashy brain questions using GROWN-UP KNOWLEDGE. It’s time to….Ask The Nincompoops!

Today it’s the turn of youngsters MICHAEL and KATHERINE to be informed and educated by two very clever adults. And boy, there was a lot they didn’t know. Not a surprise (they’re children, they know absolutely nothing) but it’s still disappointing when you see it with your own eyes.

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