24 February 2012
Zeppotron today announced that BBC Radio 4 has ordered a new series of So Wrong It's Right. The six part run is due to broadcast this May at 6.30pm.
Presented by Charlie Brooker, So Wrong It's Right is a competitive game of failure where coming up with the wrong answer is the right thing to do.
Over a series of rounds, Charlie asks three comedian guests a number of questions to ransack their pasts and test their creativity. Panellists must come up with the most erroneous answers, with Charlie awarding points to the wrongest response.
Guest panellists from last series included Sarah Millican, Jon Richardson, Lee Mack, Josie Long and Rufus Hound.
Creative Director at Zeppotron Ben Caudell says; "The last series of So Wrong It's Right was the first we've made for the prestigious 6.30pm slot, so we're very pleased that we didn't put too many Radio 4 viewers off their suppers and can return for a new series. It's such a fun show to make, that even if Radio 4 didn't want it, we'd probably do it anyway, put it on old C90 tapes and sell it in pubs."
So Wrong It's Right is created and produced by Zeppotron. The Series Producer is Aled Evans and the Executive Producer is Ben Caudell. The series was ordered by Caroline Raphael, Commissioning Editor for Comedy & Entertainment, Radio 4.