Duck Quacks Don't Echo

Series 1Fridays at 21:00

About the show

Putting facts to the test

Did you know that dog urine glows under UV light? Or that human earlobes are in a direct line with their nipples?

In each episode of Duck Quacks Don't Echo, three celebrities bring a fascinating fact to the table, and with the help of the in-house boffins, attempt to prove to their fellow panellists – and the nation – whether or not it's true.

No stone is left unturned in pursuit of the truth, be it supergluing Melanie C to a ceiling upside down, baking Miranda Hart into a meringue or Rhod Gilbert racing a prawn on a treadmill.

Find out whether laughing 100 times is equivalent to 10 minutes on an exercise bike, whether there is any truth behind the controversial claim that women are better at multi-tasking than men, or that contrary to popular belief, it's possible to sneeze with your eye's open.


Lee Mack

Lee Mack

Lee Gordon McKillop, known as Lee Mack, is an English stand-up comedian and actor.

He’s best known for writing and starring in the sitcom Not Going Out, and for presenting the comedy panel shows Duck Quacks Don’t Echo and Would I Lie to You? Lee has also been a regular panellist on Have I Got News For You, QI and Never Mind the Buzzcocks.

Before achieving fame Lee worked in a bingo hall and was a stable boy for several famous horses, including the Grand National champion Red Rum.

His first open mic show was in 1994, while he was studying television and drama at Brunel University London. Within 18 months, Lee was a full-time comedian.

Lee lives in Surrey, England with his wife Tara, who he married in 2005. The couple have three children.

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