BBC Radio 4 New Comedy Award winner Heidi Regan explores in her own silly and carefully crafted way, the anxiety felt by a world that seems to be doomed.

As someone who tends to worry in ‘normal’ times, the pandemic has of course offered some exciting new areas of exploration for the anxious mind.

Having a partner who is a GP has both helped and not helped Heidi with that: worrying about her being safe, but also, yay, on tap medical advice!

That said, examining rashes of a loved one over dinner isn’t really the romance her partner signed up for.

As Heidi and her partner ponder some of the big questions in life, Heidi’s brain resorts, as it always does, to distracting them (and the audience) with increasingly silly jokes as she makes an argument for the pros and cons of joking your way through life.