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Answer Me This!
Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann host the award-winning podcast that has been answering the world's questions since 2007. Visit the official website at Buy classic episodes, albums and apps at
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 3,770 ratings
Always waiting new issue
Listen to this every night. Often have to listen to old ones to keep me going till next instalment
LJ Mack via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/20/20
The original and the best!
I’ve been listening to this podcast since around a year after it started, so well over a decade. It was the first podcast I listened to and still one of my absolute favourites. I also enjoy the other podcasts made by Helen, Olly and Martin so give them a listen too. Thanks, AMT!
Jonkles via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/28/20
Long time fan
It occurred to me recently that I’ve been listening to this podcast for more than TEN YEARS! Many podcasts have come and gone in my feed but this continues to be one of my all time faves. Ages ago they answered one of my submitted questions (“Are there still unexploded WWII bombs in London?”)....Read full review »
Sheba_Says via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/20
Recent Episodes
Travel back in time with us to March 2015 in AMT309, which is packed full of great questions! Such as: how did Gotham City get that name? Why did Audrey Hepburn have a pet deer? Why are computer cookies called cookies? And how do you empty out a bathtub full of baked beans?  This episode...
Published 11/19/20
Content warning: animal cruelty. In AMT391, we hear about eviscerated rabbits, I'm A Celebrity food-kills, and a zoo in a deadly stunt. But there's some mysterious dog magic to compensate. Find out more about this episode at . Send us questions for future episodes: email written words or voice...
Published 11/05/20
Travel back with us back to 3 May 2012 for retro AMT213, to remind ourselves what 'gastronomic human centipede' and 'the barse of the monarchy' were. Plus Steve Jobs's signature look, Arab Strap, and the origin of nachos. This episode originally appeared at . There'll be an all-new episode of AMT...
Published 10/22/20
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