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Join Mat Ewins and John Kearns – in the guise of different characters each week – as they attempt to explain the unexplainable and put some of the world’s biggest mysteries under the Microscope in this improvised comedy podcast. Support Microscope at supporter.acast.com/microscope Follow Microscope on Twitter for details on future live shows: @microscopefun Performed by Mat Ewins and John Kearns with special guests. Photography by Paul Gilbey. Theme music by Nicky Green. Produced by Plosive ...
 
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Case Twenty Seven. Poop! Poop! Mat Ewins dons his driving gloves and shows us his clutching feet as he joins traffic warden Geoffrey Pinto on a journey through time in, no less, a time travelling car. Think Back to the Future without the spectacle, plot, the charisma of the leads or Spielberg at the helm and you’ll be half way there! Play loud! Pla…
 
Case Twenty Six. Mat Ewins pulls up his tights, pulls down his ruff and soliloquises with Bill Bulbs, a librarian (libearian) who discovered the unpublished sequels of William Shakespeare. A tale that could’ve been written by the Bard himself, best listened to whilst being pursued by a bear. Performed by Mat Ewins and John Kearns. Recorded by Ben W…
 
Case Twenty Four. Mat Ewins swoops cloak and dagger to give head of Security at the Tower of London, Robert Cromwell, the heebie jeebies. What exactly happened when the Crown Jewels were victim to one of the most audacious heists in our countries history? With a cast of thousands, this is one to turn up loud in the shower or over a sizzling breakfa…
 
Case Twenty Two. Mat Ewins fries Ted Saunders about how in 1998 he found a 10,000 year old man in his second hand freezer. For all ages, turn this one up loud on the school run. Want to help us solve more mysteries? Support Microscope at supporter.acast.com/microscope Performed by Mat Ewins and John Kearns. Recorded by Naomi Parnell. Edited by Mat …
 
Case Twenty One. Detective Murlock Bones is dragged over hot coals by Mat Ewins in this barn stormer of an opener to Microscope’s Second Series. A tale of cakes, ten dead bodies and rampant pooches, turn this one up loud on the school run. Want to help us solve more mysteries? Support Microscope at supporter.acast.com/microscope Performed by Mat Ew…
 
Case Nineteen. Mat Ewins speaks with Francis Hamilton about life on the space station and what happened when it was overrun by “little green cherries”. How would being overrun by aliens effect your business? Usually recorded in front of a live audience this episode was taped down the line owing to a worldwide pandemic that has infected over 11.5 mi…
 
Case Eighteen. Mat Ewins sits slack jawed as Peter Dumplings blows the lid on a disastrous attempt to create a fairground of cloned dinosaurs. How would cloning dinosaurs effect your business? Usually recorded in front of a live audience this episode was taped down the line owing to a worldwide pandemic that has infected over 10.8 million people (o…
 
Case Seventeen. Mat Ewins joins Tony Danler on a quest to find the Holy Grail after he loses it on a drunken night out. How would losing a priceless and historic artefact effect your business? Usually recorded in front of a live audience this episode was taped down the line owing to a worldwide pandemic that has infected over 10.2 million people (o…
 
Case Sixteen. Mat Ewins rings a Russian Gulag where Ralph Matisse explains why he’s there and how he saved a sentient robot from a British Military base high up in the Belize mountains. How would learning that a robot is sentient effect your business? Usually recorded in front of a live audience this episode was taped down the line owing to a world…
 
Case Fourteen. Mat Ewins joins Alan Bird as he explains how a washing machine in his shop sends him spinning back to the past. How would having white goods that send you spinning back to the past effect your business? Usually recorded in front of a live audience this episode was taped down the line owing to a worldwide pandemic that has infected ov…
 
Case Thirteen. Mat Ewins joins Jimmy Guinness as he drives over the edge of the earth and tours the town that dangles off it. How would cutting your building physically in half effect your business? Usually recorded in front of a live audience this episode was taped down the line owing to a worldwide pandemic that has infected over 6.4 million peop…
 
Case Twelve. Mat Ewins puts Big Ron Jackson in the hot seat to discuss quiz show cheating, Take Me to the Bridge and his eventual confrontation with partner in crime, Hislop. How would confronting your partner in crime effect your business? Usually recorded in front of a live audience this episode was taped down the line owing to a worldwide pandem…
 
Case Six. Mat Ewins interrogates… but doesn’t always crack the case, otherwise he’d be out of a job. Some mysteries are exactly that. Mysteries. Think of this as the opposite of a ‘best of.’ How would not solving a mystery effect your business? Recorded in front of a live audience, this episode is sponsored by Anonymous who asks, “Dear Steve, she m…
 
Case One. Mat Ewins interrogates Antony Schumacher, CEO of a small chain of theme parks that have been overrun with ghosts. How would being overrun with ghosts effect your business? Recorded in front of a live audience, this episode is sponsored by Sean Finchen who asks, ‘Dear Steve Wright, I’d love to wish my wife Sally a happy 10th wedding annive…
 
In what is probably the final episode, Martyne Mixture asks Dr Benjamin Jones and Claire Cares for their help to cure her bigger fear. Performed by Luke McQueen, Lou Sanders and Katy Wix. Produced by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Music and jingles by Al Clayton at Turtle Canyon Comedy. Artwork by Patrick Turpin. See acast.com/privacy for pr…
 
Susan Spielberg (no relation) talks about her love of running (not that kind) and tells a beautiful story (about a mouse) in this fascinating case. Performed by Luke McQueen, Lou Sanders and Jenny Bede. Produced by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Music and jingles by Al Clayton at Turtle Canyon Comedy. Artwork by Patrick Turpin. See acast.com…
 
Someone call the cops! There's a potential criminal in the studio. Dr Benjamin Jones and Claire Cares try to stop Ruth from going to jail. Performed by Luke McQueen, Lou Sanders and Rose Johnson. Produced by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Music and jingles by Al Clayton at Turtle Canyon Comedy. Artwork by Patrick Turpin. See acast.com/privac…
 
Alexa, provide a patient for Dr Benjamin Jones and Claire Cares – and make it a sweaty one, please. Performed by Luke McQueen, Lou Sanders and Camille Ucan. Produced by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Music and jingles by Al Clayton at Turtle Canyon Comedy. Artwork by Patrick Turpin. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
It’s not just Dr Benjamin Jones and Claire Cares dishing out advice this week, their guest, Pil Pil Jones, offers some tips, too. Performed by Luke McQueen, Lou Sanders and Kat Bond. Produced by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Music and jingles by Al Clayton at Turtle Canyon Comedy. Artwork by Patrick Turpin. See acast.com/privacy for privacy…
 
Captain Nigel Bikebiff joins Dr Benjamin Jones and Claire Cares in the studio today, and he's not afraid to talk about his earthy issues. Can they clean him up? Performed by Luke McQueen, Lou Sanders and Tony Law. Produced by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Music and jingles by Al Clayton at Turtle Canyon Comedy. Artwork by Patrick Turpin. Se…
 
Does John Adams really need any help? It's difficult to tell. Still, Dr Benjamin Jones and Claire Cares attempt to get to the bottom of his issues. Performed by Luke McQueen, Lou Sanders and Tom Allen Produced by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Music and jingles by Al Clayton at Turtle Canyon Comedy. Artwork by Patrick Turpin. See acast.com/p…
 
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