The podcast's residential sidekick is back, emerging from the burning flame of the pandemic to tell us how he's coping with the stress by over-eating and lazing around the house. And also his imminent fatherhood.
We check in with an old guest about their lockdown routine, what's keeping them occupied on the box and whether people should picket military funerals.
The last remaining Hooper to never appear on the podcast is finally here! We get into the nitty-gritty of the 'war on drugs' and the dangers of relying on scientific methods to put people behind bars.
Darlie Routier has been an inmate on Texas' famous Death Row since 1997, and is awaiting imminent execution. Accused of stabbing her two sons to death and blaming the crime on a mystery intruder, law enforcement soon turned their attentions to her when they realised that nothing had been taken from the house, and that the murder weapon had come from the Routiers' own kitchen. But is there more to this case than meets the eye?
The host of The Filmmakers Podcast and director of The Dare (2020) and others joins The Hoopers Podcast to tell us all about the film-making process and the different challenges facing a movie director today.
Watch the trailer for The Dare here:
Llanfairpwll's new power couple join us in a makeshift studio to reflect on their journey to love and to answer age old questions about how to cook meat.
Iran has dominated the news headlines thus far in 2020. But how did we get here, on the brink of a nuclear cataclysm? Let us educate you - with no knowledge or experience or expertise whatsoever - on the colourful history of Iran...or, more accurately, one very small man in Iran.
The murmurs are true; an often-spoken of lady finally joins us as a guest to share her knowledge of aircraft and flying in order to crack the baffling case of D.B. Cooper - the sky pirate who hijacked a plane in the US in 1971 and disappeared into the midnight air along with $200,000. Where did he go? Who was he?
An original Hoopers joins us for a long-awaited episode where we take you through the past, present and future of all involved.
What could be more Christmassy than dissecting the brutal murder of 6-year-old Jonbenet Ramsey in Boulder, Colorado, in 1996?? We haphazardously discuss theories and bat around the idea that her 9-year-old brother may have accidentally killed her.