Catherine Tate decides whether 4 different ideas from the general public are genius or not. On tonights show are a cabby who takes the shoes of drunken clients, a coat with an extra hood on the sleeve for your 'bird', 100m shoes and a bus who's route is decided by the majority vote of its passengers.
The stand-up comedian and one half of Baddiel and Skinner, Frank Skinner, looks at the public's ideas.
One of Britain's greatest actors, Jonathan Pryce, comes along to judge the ideas of the British public.
Comedian and actor Johnny Vegas examines the hopefully genius ideas brought to him.
Author, feminist and critic Germaine Greer judges whether or not the public's ideas are "Genuis or Not".
Dave is joined by broadcaster Vanessa Feltz and comedian Richard Herring, who help to test-drive a device to help nervous job interviewees, and test a stress-free way to dip nachos. Dave sends roving reporter Jeff Brazier to a field, to try out a new game involving sheep.
Musician Noddy Holder and comedienne Shappi Khorsandi join Dave Gorman to discuss inventions, schemes and policies pitched by members of the public. Ideas include a device that allows men to play computer games without neglecting their partners, and a gadget to get rid of unwanted house guests. Last in the series.