Rosie and Jessica are on an asynchronous schedules so, to save you from a podcast-less existence, we’ll be diving back into the archives to hear some Yesterdays of Fun. Today we’ll be looking back to 2013 and Episode 21: Trumpets and Pop Tarts, in which Jessica moves house and Rosie is hoovering a crevasse.
In episode 118, Rosie and Jessica have been inundated with cinematic spiders. They’ve been catching up on lots of television (Killing Eve), movies (see above) and stand-up (see above that) over the Christmas break. Rosie’s got a shop, Jessica’s got a new job and everyone likes dumplings.
In episode 117, Rosie and Jessica make a triumphant return to the studio to catch up on the events of the past few months. There have been holidays, business purchases, the ruin of a once great nation and our favourite formerly dead horny raccoon. Plus our annual fundraiser for Crisis at Christmas which you can donate to and make someone’s Christmas merry and bright.
In Episode 116 and a half…well, Rosie and Jessica haven’t been able to come to the mic much. In lieu of our normally schedule programming, here is a peek behind the curtain at our Patreon with the bonus episode that some of our supporters received for Autumn 2016. We play at being hot shot tv producers and use The Ringer‘s guide to pricing tv shows to pitch our own. It’s great fun, as far as we remember!
In episode 116, Rosie and Jessica have had all sorts of upheaval – well, one of them has. Jessica’s been on a day trip, while Rosie has moved house and re-entered the workforce. If you need something cosy and comforting to watch while the world burns around you, it’s a giant Top 5 of recommendations for Bake Off Methadone – television to watch when you’re out of Mel & Sue.
In episode 115, Rosie and Jessica are looking forward to the autumn months and celebrating the return of the Pumpkin Spice Latte (one of them more than the other.) This time of year also sees the return of Bake Off Chat and we finally join every other podcast on the planet by discussing immediately beloved Netflix romcom, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before (or TATBILB, as no one’s calling it.)
In episode 114, Rosie and Jessica get caught up on tea parties, weddings and how early is too early for a free screening (even with free pastries.) Then, just in time, is a Late Review of Emo: The Musical. There’s been lots of action in kitchens, at allotments and on sewing machines in a literal jam-packed Needle and Fed. It’s not stress – it’s Pooh.
In episode 113, Rosie and Jessica have both melted into small puddles in the heat. Somehow they have still managed to go to the theatre, the allotment, various yarn shops and dress up as Pawnee Goddesses at YALC. Will they have returned to solid form by the next episode? Stay tuned!
In episode 112, Rosie and Jessica have been to Norfolk, the theatre and the cinema. Well. Rosie has. Jessica has been on the Central Line. It’s been a sweltering fortnight but Rosie and Jessica are here to cheer you with tales of fox cubs and investigative journalism into young people and board games. Want badges? Head to our new shop!
In episode 111, Rosie and Jessica have been building bug hotels, attending weddings and discussing period poverty. Not all at the same time. Then it’s time for an in-depth look back over this season of RuPaul’s Drag Race now that we have a final four and how the true winner of the season went out in episode one.