C4, Ep.74: Zhang Zizhong And Pet Shop Boys

C4 Ep.74
Today on C4: Rob sits down with some famous people, such as Zhang Zizhong and Pet Shop Boys. Stuart honors the fans by singing in the style of the latter. Shutup!


C4, Ep.71: It Remains Very Hot In China, Everywhere

C4 Ep71
Today on C4: Rob and Stuart do their own "how hot is it outside?" test, and realize it's way too hot to be doing outdoor tests. Also, we think Rob may be losing his mind. Stay for the outtakes.


C4, Ep.68: Exposing Rumors And Watching Fireflies. Correction, Firefly

C4, Ep68 Rumors and fireflies
Today on C4: Remember that story about the father who was a bit too good at hide-and-seek and hid in the water so that his son couldn't find him? Totally fake. You can thank the CRI folks for that. RUMORMONGERERS. To rectify their sin, C4 hosts Rob and Stuart played hide-and-seek with Benny Hill music. A lot of Benny Hill music. A lot of Benny Hill music. MADNESS.


C4, Ep.67: Bruce Lee!

C4, Ep67 Bruce Lee Enter the Dragon
Today on C4: Bruce Lee: he died. Watch these two British show hosts talk about this legendary American who is ethnically Chinese.


C4, Ep.65: Look At Rob’s Clothes

C4 Ep.65
Today on C4: In which we find out "Louis Vuitton" is much tougher to pronounce than "Chanel." And Rob flips out, sort of kind of. So unlike him.


C4, Ep.62: Meat, McDonald’s, And Sven Goran Eriksson

C4 Episode 62b
Today on C4: Stuart Wiggin returns, and things get seriously weird. Meat and groping. Also, a look at the Buddhas around the world, McArabia, and Sven Goran Eriksson's (exhausting) post-England career.


Introducing: CRI’s C4, A Weekly Comedy News Quiz Show

C4 Episode 59
You've likely not seen this because fun and original content has a way of getting buried over at China Radio International -- CRI has a lot of money and heart, just not enough marketing -- but C4, which is probably the only English-language "comedy news quiz show" in China, deserves your attention. Produced, directed, and hosted by Rob Hemsley and Stuart Wiggin, C4 (China News, China Chat, China Fun, China Four) is quirky, unique, satirical, funny -- all of those things at the same time, when it's at its best. (At its worst it's probably a medium-sized animal's droppings, but lucky for us, there's entertainment value there, too.)