In episode 11, we venture back outside the studio for a broadcast from the Guide shed. We hear all about what the Guides did on their outdoor cooking day, Rosie’s been gallivanting across London and some Top 5 guidelines for navigating London’s public transport. Plus a report from the Reduced Shakespeare Company’s Complete World of Sports (Abridged).
In episode 10, Rosie and Jessica have watched quite a few films in the last fortnight, done a lot of Guiding and Rosie has overindulged in coke floats. We hear about their Top 5 ‘things in films and television’, Jessica brings you her ‘Snack of the Day’ and Rosie fails to defend the indefensible.
In episode 9, Rosie and Jessica decamp to a new studio and solve some audio issues with £1.99 blankets. Rosie reports back on her trip to the wilds of York, bargains are to be had in summer sales and we enter the world of their Top 5 TV characters. Plus Sit Down and Shut the Folk Up and Needle and Fed, in which things only seem to be moving backwards. This episode was produced by Intern Kaley.
In episode 8, Rosie and Jessica get you caught up on how they spent the Jubilee weekend, Rosie spills the beans on a date she went on (with herself), we are treated to an extended discussion about sandwich fillings and introduced to the heady world of Hip Hop Line-dancing. Plus regular feature Needle and Fed and the return of Sit Down and Shut the Folk Up.
In episode 7, Rosie and Jessica devote the whole show to Guiding, following Jessica’s Queen’s Guide presentation and their County Camp last weekend. Jessica gets us caught up on her Week of Fun, Top 5s takes an educational turn and Needle and Fed concentrates on the ongoing camp blanket project. Less worthy service resumes next episode.
In episode 6, there are more cinematic exploits from Rosie and we hear about Jessica’s plan for a whole week of fun. There are some top 5 inspirational ladies and a film review of seminal film classic, ‘Burlesque’.
In episode 5, Rosie and Jessica are quickly sidelined into the dos-and-don’ts for being a pedestrian, especially in wet weather. There’s a bit of a theme, as they discuss their trip to ‘Top Hat’ and reel off their Top Five musicals. Plus a new feature which makes it in on name alone and a Podcast Pick.
In episode 4, Rosie and Jessica detail the epic undertaking that was sorting out the Guide shed, plus visits to vintage fairs and, you’ve guessed it, the BFI. Taking on the Top 5s this week is the world of television – who will reign triumphant, and who will just be an honourable mention? Needle and Fed brings us some Ravelry raiding and cupcakes only suitable for a ‘puppy shower’.
In episode 3, Rosie and Jessica venture outside of the podbooth to bring you a report from a cafe. There is bunting but not necessarily sunshine. There’s a rundown of their Top 5 books, The Tea Cosy Report and an update on recent Guiding activities and camp blanket plans. Oh, and Rosie’s been to the theatre. Again.
In the second episode, Rosie and Jessica get caught up on the past fortnight’s escapades, including many trips to the BFI and a lengthy discussion of the appeal of ‘day dresses’. Plus Top 5 Sitcoms and the regular crafting and baking update, Needle and Fed.