Duck Quacks Don't Echo

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This article is about the UK series. For the US series, see Duck Quacks Don't Echo (U.S. TV series). For the misconception that a duck's quack doesn't echo, see List of common misconceptions § Biology.
Duck Quacks Don't Echo
Genre Comedy panel game
Presented by Lee Mack
Starring Simon Foster
Emily Grossman
Maggie Aderin-Pocock (S3-)
David Wharton (S1-2)
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 5
No. of episodes 26 (inc. 2 specials)
Production
Location(s) Pinewood Studios
Running time 60 minutes (inc. adverts)
However 30 minute (inc. adverts) versions of at least Series 1 appear to also exist.
Production company(s) Magnum Media
Release
Original network Sky1
Picture format 16:9 (1080i HDTV)
Original release 7 February 2014 (2014-02-07) – present
External links
Website

Duck Quacks Don't Echo is a British television comedy panel game show that has been airing on Sky1 since February 2014. It is hosted by Lee Mack. A third series was confirmed in June 2015, recording the following month,[1] and a fourth was aired in April 2016.

Rounds[edit]

Each episode has three rounds.

Thirty-minute edits of (at least) Series 1 exist, in which the Fact Finder round is absent, and no points appear to be awarded throughout.

Episodes[edit]

Series 1 (2014)[edit]

# Original air date The Facts Panelists
1 7 February 2014
  • Your earlobes are always in line with your nipples.

Fact Off

  • Touching someone's upper arm will help you get what you want from them. (Dara)
  • Dog urine glows under UV light. (Mel C)
  • In an attempt to appear normal people will copy the actions of a group even if they know the action is really stupid. (Ruth)

Fact Finder

  • The defence mechanism of the turkey vulture is to vomit on its predators. (chosen by Dara)
  • Regular didgeridoo playing is an effective treatment for snoring. (chosen by Mel C)
  • Peeing while sitting allows for a longer and healthier sex life. (chosen by Ruth)

Mack's Fact

  • It is possible to stick an adult to the ceiling and hang them upside down by their feet using only household superglue.
Melanie Chisholm (30)
Dara Ó Briain (28)
Ruth Jones (24)
2 14 February 2014
  • It is possible to flip an egg in a shot glass, without touching the egg.

Fact Off

Fact Finder

  • A beaver's anus tastes like raspberry. (chosen by Olivia)
  • An adult male will never be shorter than his mother. (chosen by Rhod)
  • There is a spider that, when it bites you, can give you an erection that lasts for hours. (chosen by Paul)

Mack's Fact

Olivia Colman (23)
Rhod Gilbert (33)
Paul Hollywood (39)
3 21 February 2014
  • There is a part of your body that doesn't feel any pain because it has very few nerves.

Fact Off

Fact Finder

  • A lost wallet is more likely to be returned if it has a photo of a baby inside. (chosen by Sue)
  • People with blue eyes have a higher alcohol tolerance. (chosen by Aston)
  • The shorter your index finger, the more masculine you are. (chosen by Bob)

Mack's Fact

  • One of the safest places to be during lightning is in your car.
Sue Perkins (35)
Bob Mortimer (34)
Aston Merrygold (30)
4 28 February 2014

Fact Off

Fact Finder

  • The domestic cat can run faster than Usain Bolt. (chosen by Miranda)
  • Men develop belly button fluff and women don't. (chosen by Stephen)
  • If a polar bear catches your scent it will hunt for you until the day it dies. (chosen by Richard)

Mack's Fact

Miranda Hart (35)
Stephen Graham (34)
Richard Ayoade (26)
5 7 March 2014

Fact Off

  • The average human produces 1.43 pints of sweat a day. (Kathy)
  • Contrary to popular belief, you are able to sneeze with your eyes open. (Sanjeev)
  • If people believe they have had alcohol, even if they haven't, they will behave as though they are drunk. (John)

Fact Finder

  • Goats have accents and cows have regional moos. (chosen by John)
  • On average you break your toes ten times a year. (chosen by Sanjeev)
  • Blue whales are so enormous that a human can crawl through their largest vein or artery. (chosen by Kathy)

Mack's Fact

Sanjeev Bhaskar (25)
Kathy Burke (32)
John Hannah (35)
6 14 March 2014
  • There is a fruit that makes sour things taste sweet.

Fact Off

Fact Finder

Mack's Fact

  • When you are scared you literally get cold feet.
Ricky Tomlinson (27)
Sara Cox (25)
Jon Richardson (29)
7 21 March 2014
  • You can separate the yolk of an egg from the white by using a plastic bottle.

Fact Off

  • The more a swimming pool smells of chlorine, the dirtier it is. (Jimmy)
  • You can survive a 20-foot drop if you are wrapped in 75 metres of bubble wrap. (Sir Terry)
  • Women are superior at remembering routes. (Carol)

Fact Finder

  • If you rub onions on your feet you will be able to taste them in your mouth 30-60 minutes later. (chosen by Terry)
  • Black cab drivers have more developed brains than the rest of us. (chosen by Jimmy)
  • Your nipples are the same colour as your lips. (chosen by Carol)

Mack's Fact

  • If you drop a heavy object in front of your face attached to a rope it will never hit you when it swings back.
Terry Wogan (29)
Jimmy Carr (32)
Carol Vorderman (23)
8 28 March 2014 Best-of compilation of previous seven episodes with some previously unaired footage.

Series 2 (2014)[edit]

# Original air date The Facts Panelists
1 (9) 1 September 2014
  • You can tell if a pair of trousers will fit you by wrapping them around your neck.
  • It is impossible to crush an egg when you hold it at the top and the bottom.

Fact Off

  • After a conversation with an attractive woman, men are less able to perform mental tasks. (Stephen)
  • You can block a tickle. (Paddy)
  • There are certain tunes which are guaranteed to make babies dance. (Davina)

Fact Finder

  • Male bats have the highest rate of homosexuality in any mammal. (chosen by Stephen)
  • If you have a tongue piercing, it increases your chance of being struck by lightning. (chosen by Paddy)
  • We make the best decisions when we need to wee. (chosen by Davina)

Mack's Fact

  • You can lift a person off the ground using helium balloons.
Stephen Mangan (26)
Davina McCall (36)
Paddy McGuinness (26)
2 (10) 8 September 2014

Fact Off

  • People are more likely to believe a statement is true if it rhymes. (Dara)
  • Identical twins smell exactly the same. (Holly)
  • Airborne bacteria from a flushing toilet can reach a toothbrush six feet away. (Hugh)

Fact Finder

  • Aggression is the normal response to cute animal pictures. (chosen by Dara)
  • If your earlobe isn't attached and your dad's is, then he isn't your real dad. (chosen by Holly)
  • If you feed curry to sheep it reduces their farts by 40%. (chosen by Hugh)

Mack's Fact

  • Soaking your muscles in cold water makes you 25% weaker.
Dara Ó Briain (18)
Holly Willoughby (23)
Hugh Dennis (29)
3 (11) 15 September 2014

Fact Off

Fact Finder

  • Without a space suit a human would 'pop' in space. (chosen by Mel)
  • A human thigh bone is stronger than concrete. (chosen by Freddie)
  • Babies can drink and breathe at the same time but adults can't. (chosen by Johnny)

Mack's Fact

  • Anyone can lie on a bed of nails unharmed.
Johnny Vegas (32)
Mel Giedroyc (23)
Freddie Flintoff (29)
4 (12) 22 September 2014
  • Despite popular belief, it is possible to tickle yourself.
  • Men always have the upper hand.

Fact Off

Fact Finder

  • If two sets of identical twins have children, they will also be identical (chosen by Denise).
  • Most toilets flush in the note of E flat (chosen by Jason).
  • If you have wetter ear wax, you're more likely to have stronger body odour (chosen by Richard).

Mack's Fact

  • You can stretch a swimming cap so far that an adult can fit inside it.
Richard Madeley (27)
Denise Van Outen (22)
Jason Manford (27)
5 (13) 29 September 2014
  • Custard can dance.

Fact Off

  • If you add up all the blinking you do in one day, it would add up to 24 minutes of having your eyes closed (Jimmy).
  • Coffee tastes better when the coffee beans have been excreted by a cat (Kimberley).
  • Bulls are not angered by the colour red (Chris).

Fact Finder

  • When you die your hair keeps on growing for a couple of months. (chosen by Jimmy)
  • We share 50% of our DNA with a banana. (chosen by Kimberley)
  • Rats giggle when you tickle them. (chosen by Chris)

Mack's Fact

  • You can lift a sofa with two people sitting on it using normal household Velcro.
Jimmy Carr (19)
Chris Packham (24)
Kimberley Walsh (27)
6 (14) 6 October 2014
  • You can open a bottle of wine using a boot.

Fact Off

  • The average child asks 288 questions every day. (Chris)
    • Expert: Dr. Richard Woolfson (Child Psychologist)
  • Four ceramic cups can bear the weight of a two-ton truck. (Robert)
  • The toilet cubicle closest to the door has the least amount of germs. (Kimberly)

Fact Finder

  • Thinking about your muscles can make you stronger. (chosen by Chris)
  • If you eat six almonds before a night out you won't have a hangover. (chosen by Robert)
  • Babies' cries can sound different in different languages. (chosen by Kimberly)

Mack's Fact

  • Human hair is so strong it can support the weight of another person.
Chris Tarrant (21)
Robert Webb (22)
Kimberly Wyatt (37)
7 (15) 13 October 2014 Best-of compilation of series 2 episodes with some previously unaired footage.

Series 3 (2015)[edit]

# Original air date The Facts Panelists
1 (16) 31 August 2015

Fact Off

  • Men would rather cause themselves pain than experience boredom. (Jerry)
  • 10 elastic bands can support the weight of an average man. (Jason)
  • If you draw a straight line with a pencil, it will last for over 20 miles. (Emma)

Fact Finder

  • Fish can drown. (chosen by Jerry)
  • If you flick your nipples, it takes approximately 7 seconds until they get hard. (chosen by Jason)
  • The Chinese language is hard to whisper. (chosen by Emma)

Mack's Facts

  • Soap bubbles don't burst on a cotton glove.
  • You're taller in the morning, but shorter in the evening.
  • The table cloth trick is pure physics.
Jerry Springer (19)
Emma Bunton (17)
Jason Byrne (15)
2 (17) 7 September 2015

Fact Off

  • Babies prefer fat dads to buff dads. (Alex)
  • Food has no taste, if you do not have any saliva in your mouth. (Jonathan)
  • You react quicker to a bang than a flash. (Dara)

Fact Finder

  • Women have better peripheral vision than men. (chosen by Alex)
  • The brain is more active when you are sleeping than when you are awake. (chosen by Dara)
  • Cats can be allergic to humans. (chosen by Jonathan)

Mack's Facts

  • When putting three balls on top of each other, the top one will bounce up to 30 feet.
  • Dogs drink water with their tongue curling backwards instead of forwards.
  • If your remote control car key is out of range, you can use your brain to help unlock the car.
Jonathan Ross (19)
Alex Jones (15)
Dara O Briain (12)
3 (18) 14 September 2015

Fact Off

  • Our brains are unlikely to realise if a person we are talking to suddenly changes into someone else. (Jimmy)
  • You can make fire dance with music. (Ricky)
  • People perceive odd numbers as masculine and even numbers as feminine. (Jameela)

Fact Finder

  • Running backwards is better for you than running forwards. (chosen by Ricky)
  • Lions mate over 50 times a day. (chosen by Jimmy)
  • Things smell better through your right nostril than your left. (chosen by Jameela)

Mack's Facts

  • You can't break dry spaghetti into two halves.
  • Butterflies drink crocodile tears.
  • If you cool the air quick enough, it will form clouds.
Ricky Wilson (17)
Jameela Jamil (16)
Jimmy Carr (22)
4 (19) 21 September 2015

Fact Off

  • People eat 50% more food when in a group. (Sarah)
  • If an adult male is attached to a 4kg weight it will be enough to stop him falling to his own death. (Sir Ranulph)
  • Our short term memory lasts for less than 30 seconds. (Russell)

Fact Finder

  • Chimpanzees can identify each other by their bottoms. (chosen by Sarah)
  • Doodling helps you concentrate. (chosen by Sir Ranulph)
  • You would not be able to recognise your own voice if you had to pick it from a line-up. (chosen by Russell)

Mack's Facts

  • Oil makes glass disappear.
  • Raindrops bounce.
  • You can make a canon using a dustbin, a bag and air.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes (18)
Sarah Millican (16)
Russell Kane (14)
5 (20) 28 September 2015

Fact Off

  • Feeling pain increases your feelings of pleasure. (Heston)
  • Hugging reduces your blood pressure. (Bob)
  • When trying out a pen for the first time, over 75% of people will write their own name with it. (Aisling)

Fact Finder

  • All figs contain dead wasps. (chosen by Heston)
  • You replace every particle in your body every seven years. (chosen by Bob)
  • Male hippos attract females by flinging their dung and urine around. (chosen by Aisling)

Mack's Facts

  • Breakfast cereal is magnetic.
  • Giraffes pick their noses with their tongues.
  • You can trampoline on eggs and not break them.
Heston Blumenthal (18)
Aisling Bea (15)
Bob Mortimer (18)
6 (21) 5 October 2015

Fact Off

  • When you put a piece of paper in the middle of a room, a cat will automatically sit on it. (Ed)
  • There are sounds that only young people can hear. (John)
  • Men find women dressed in red more attractive. (Katherine)

Fact Finder

  • Your ears secrete more earwax when you are stressed. (chosen by Ed)
  • Male penguins give female penguins a shiny pebble when they mate. (chosen by Katherine)
  • Pruney fingers are nature's way of improving our grip. (chosen by John)

Mack's Facts

  • If you dip a kebab stick in washing-up liquid, you can put it through an inflated balloon without popping it.
  • The colour of a chicken's earlobes is related to the colour of its eggs.
  • If you squeeze a ball with your arm against your body long enough, it will stop your heart from beating.
John Humphrys (19)
Katherine Parkinson (15)
Ed Byrne (11)
7 (22) 12 October 2015

Fact Off

  • There are more germs on lift buttons than on a toilet seat. (Stephen)
  • You can walk on the ceiling with magnets. (Romesh)
  • Men cannot make their voices sexier, but women can. (Sue)

Fact Finder

  • Your foot is exactly the same length as the distance between your wrist and elbow. (chosen by Stephen)
  • Only 10% of the cells in our bodies belong to us. (chosen by Romesh)
  • The smell of freshly cut grass is actually a chemical distress signal. (chosen by Sue)

Mack's Facts

  • Dead batteries bounce and fully charged ones don't.
  • Koalas have fingerprints that are indistinguishable from humans.
  • You can turn four people into a human table.
Stephen Mangan (14)
Sue Perkins (16)
Romesh Ranganathan (17)
8 (23) 19 October 2015 Best-of compilation of series 3 episodes with some previously unaired footage.

Series 4 (2016)[edit]

# Original air date The Facts Panelists
1 (24) 3 April 2016

Fact Off

  • Two hearts in love beat as one. (Dara)
  • Babies cry with different accents. (Davina)
  • Pirates wore eyepatches to see in the dark. (Jessica)

Fact Finder

  • It's almost certain that every time you have a drink of water if contains dinosaur pee. (chosen by Davina)
  • The centre of our galaxy (The Milky Way) tastes like raspberries and smells like rum. (chosen by Dara)
  • Your eyes can always see your nose, but your brain filters it out. (chosen by Jessica)

Mack's Facts

  • You can't blow a small piece of paper into an empty bottle.
  • The chameleon's tongue is longer than its body.
  • Hearing your own voice with a delay whilst you are talking is enough to render you speechless.
Jessica Hynes (15)
Davina McCall (17)
Dara O Briain (16)
2 (25) 10 April 2016

Fact Off

  • Dogs will snub people who are mean to their owners. (Sara)
  • Bamboo is stronger than steel. (Rhod)
  • It is almost impossible to give away money. (Gregg)

Fact Finder

  • Cows sleep when they're standing up, but dream when they're lying down. (chosen by Rhod)
  • The hair whorl on the head of a right-handed person goes clockwise. (chosen by Sara)
  • Broccoli contains more calcium than milk and more vitamin C than oranges. (chosen by Gregg)

Mack's Facts

  • Almost everyone ties their shoelaces the wrong way.
  • Geese have teeth on their tongues.
  • Plunging your face into cold water for 20 seconds will dramatically slow down your heartbeat.
Gregg Wallace (13)
Sara Cox (12)
Rhod Gilbert (16)
3 (26) 17 April 2016

Fact Off

  • The smell of sweat makes a man more attractive. (Josh)
  • Stiletto heels exert more pressure than an industrial rammer. (Lorraine)
  • A pint takes longer to drink from a straight glass than a curved glass. (Warwick)

Fact Finder

  • You are born with 300 bones in your body, but by adulthood you only have 206. (chosen by Lorraine)
  • A rabbit has two stomachs. (chosen by Josh)
  • Fingerprints are formed by touching your mother's womb. (chosen by Warwick)

Mack's Facts

  • Passing an arrow behind a glass of water makes it change direction.
  • Tigers have striped skin as well as striped fur.
  • People cannot catch a £5 note quick enough, when it's dropped between their fingers.
Warwick Davis (14)
Lorraine Kelly (16)
Josh Widdicombe (16)
4 (27) 24 April 2016

Fact Off

Fact Finder

  • Tomatoes have more genes than humans. (chosen by Hugh)
  • Hippos sweat a red substance that doubles as a sunscreen and anti-bacterial agent. (chosen by Katherine)
  • Using your hands as binoculars helps you see better. (chosen by Amir)

Mack's Facts

  • You have no muscles in your fingers.
  • Any month beginning on a Sunday will always have a Friday the 13th.
  • You can swing a tray of drinks over your head without spilling them.
Amir Khan (15)
Katherine Ryan (20)
Hugh Dennis (14)
5 (28) 1 May 2016

Fact Off

  • Commuting is more stressful than being a stunt pilot. (Jimmy)
    • Expert: Dr David Lewis (Chartered Neuropsychologist)
  • You can't blow out a candle, if you're blowing through a funnel. (Len)
  • People prefer the taste of food when it's pointed away from them. (Gabby)

Fact Finder

  • You can have enough fat on your body to become bullet proof. (chosen by Jimmy)
  • In the first week after a baby is born, it sees the world upside down. (chosen by Gabby)
  • The largest thing a blue whale can swallow is no bigger than a grapefruit. (chosen by Len)

Mack's Facts

  • To be able to read, it is important that the first and last letters of a word are in the right place.
  • A baby elephant sucks its trunk like a human baby sucks its thumb.
  • Men are more top heavy than women.
Len Goodman (15)
Gabby Logan (21)
Jimmy Carr (9)
6 (29) 8 May 2016

Fact Off

Fact Finder

  • Ants stretch when they wake up. (chosen by Claudia)
  • Peppers are either female or male. (chosen by Bob)
  • Men are six times more likely to be struck by lightning than women. (chosen by Alex)

Mack's Facts

  • You can stop feeling pain, if you look through the wrong end of a pair of binoculars.
  • Goats have rectangular pupils.
  • A flattened sieve will stop water going through it.
Alex Brooker (15)
Claudia Winkleman (16)
Bob Mortimer (9)
7 (30) 15 May 2016

Fact Off

  • Viagra can make flowers stay erect for longer. (Catherine)
  • After 25 years of being together couples will begin to look alike. (Richard)
  • Female cats are right pawed whilst male cats are left pawed. (Kate)

Fact Finder

  • A day on Venus is longer than a year on Venus. (chosen by Catherine)
  • Turtles can breathe through their bottoms. (chosen by Richard)
  • You are half your adult height at the age of two. (chosen by Kate)

Mack's Facts

  • A can of diet coke can float whilst a can of full fat coke can sink.
  • Otters hold hands whilst they sleep.
  • You can play a violin strung from human hair.
Kate Humble (16)
Richard Osman (15)
Catherine Tate (14)
8 (31) 22 May 2016 Best-of compilation of series 4 episodes with some previously unaired footage.

Series 5 (2016)[edit]

# Original air date The Facts Panelists
1 (32) 30 August 2016

Fact Off

Fact Finder

  • A male fruit fly rejected by a female is more likely to turn to alcohol. (chosen by Sara)
  • All babies can wiggle their ears but without practise will lose their ability. (chosen by Bob)
  • Dead ants emit a smell causing other ants to take them to an ant graveyard. (chosen by Ross)

Mack's Facts

  • It is possible to see two different people when looking at the same picture.
  • Prairie dogs greet each other with a kiss.
  • An Alka-Seltzer and water can create an explosion as high as the studio's ceiling.
Ross Kemp (18)
Sara Cox (15)
Bob Mortimer (15)
2 (33) 6 September 2016

Fact Off

  • Chickens are better at maths than toddlers. (Ruth)
  • Semen can be used as an invisible ink. (Richard)
  • People who swear have larger vocabularies. (Rhod)

Fact Finder

  • We weigh less when the moon is directly above us. (chosen by Richard)
  • It is possible to breed semi-skimmed cows. (chosen by Ruth)
  • Chopping wood is the manliest pursuit because it raises testosterone more than anything else. (chosen by Rhod)

Mack's Facts

  • You can power a boat with soap.
  • Astronauts can't cry properly in space.
  • A magnet can slow down a copper guillotine even though copper is not magnetic.
Richard Madeley (17)
Ruth Jones (18)
Rhod Gilbert (12)
3 (34) 13 September 2016

Fact Off

  • There is a type of music that cats prefer. (Claudia)
  • You can create art out of sound. (Johnny)
  • The wisdom of a crowd is greater than the cleverest person in the crowd. (Joe)

Fact Finder

  • Old people dream in black and white. (chosen by Johnny)
  • Female burying beetles zap their male partners with anti-aphrodisiac to stop them wanting sex. (chosen by Joe)
  • Dead bodies can get goosebumps. (chosen by Claudia)

Mack's Facts

  • There is a metal that appears to have its own memory.
  • Dalmatians are not born with spots on their fur.
  • One roll of toilet paper is strong enough to take the weight of a person.
Joe Lycett (16)
Claudia Winkleman (15)
Johnny Vegas (15)
4 (35) 20 September 2016

Fact Off

Fact Finder

  • Smelling farts can protect you from illness. (chosen by Danny)
  • The internet weighs the same as a strawberry. (chosen by Jason)
  • Some cysts that develop on the human body contain hair and teeth. (chosen by Meera)

Mack's Facts

  • You can turn an iPhone into a microscope using water.
  • Ants have boxing matches to decide job roles.
  • The energy from a normal size domino can topple a human being.
Danny Dyer (10)
Meera Syal (14)
Jason Byrne (15)
5 (36) 27 September 2016

Fact Off

  • Men are deemed funnier if they are more attractive. (Jack)
  • Your eyes will make you hear things that are not being said. (Danny)
  • Male sellers make 20% more money on eBay than female sellers. (Roisin)

Fact Finder

  • Almost every aeroplane has been hit by lightning. (chosen by Jack)
  • Bald men are treated more seriously. (chosen by Danny)
  • Pistachio nuts can spontaneously combust. (chosen by Roisin)

Mack's Facts

  • It can momentarily be impossible to control your own fingers.
  • There is a tree which has rainbow coloured bark.
  • A suit of paper is stronger than a suit of armour.
Danny Baker (13)
Roisin Conaty (15)
Jack Dee (17)
6 (37) 4 October 2016

Fact Off

  • If you ask someone a favour in their right ear, they are more likely to do it. (Josh)
  • Our brains cannot read upside down faces properly. (Jo)
  • If a situation literally smells fishy, then you will believe that something 'fishy' is going on. (Philip)

Fact Finder

  • Urine can be used as a teeth whitener. (chosen by Jo)
  • Your tears look different depending on why you're crying. (chosen by Philip)
  • It is possible to lick someone's elbow without them knowing. (chosen by Josh)

Mack's Facts

  • You can relight a candle without touching it.
  • Male kangaroos flex their muscles to attract females.
  • You can weigh your head in a bucket of water.
Philip Glenister (15)
Jo Brand (17)
Josh Widdicombe (15)
7 (38) 11 October 2016

Fact Off

Fact Finder

  • Plants grow faster if you talk to them in a Geordie accent. (chosen by Paul)
  • You will stay drier if you walk in the rain rather than run. (chosen by Hal)
  • Footballers have worse teeth than the general population. (chosen by Gabby)

Mack's Facts

  • If you put a grape into a microwave, it turns into a firework.
  • It's possible to train your vocal chords to be able to sing two notes at one time.
  • You can crush an oil drum using a small amount of water.
Paul Hollywood (13)
Gabby Logan (15)
Hal Cruttenden (15)
8 (39) 18 October 2016 Best-of compilation of series 5 episodes with some previously unaired footage

Reception[edit]

Writing for The Arts Desk, Matthew Wright said of the first episode "With QI's questions about Noam Chomsky substituted for lightweight popular psychology and an investigation into dog urine, there's not enough substance to bear the weight of the lengthy investigations."[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Duck Quacks comes back". Chortle. 10 June 2015. 
  2. ^ "Duck Quacks Don't Echo, Sky 1". The Arts Desk. Retrieved 9 February 2014. 

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