In episode 95, Rosie and Jessica are just about prepared to talk about Jessica’s new found period of funemployment. Rosie’s had two breakfasts and access to some Tangfastics and Jessica has shredded just about anything that can be shredded. Austenland gets a late-review and we check in with the Chichester Nobbly Bobblys.
In episode 94, Rosie and Jessica report back from one of their Literal Days of Fun, a trip to the seaside at Margate. There is an unusual use of yoghurt in a lift. Plus, Snack of the Day brings up some quality (not quality) television chat. The Late Review returns with a discussion of the film In A World and your hosts are menaced by penguins.
In episode 87, Rosie and Jessica are just back from Disneyland Paris with lots to share, from double decker trains to riding the Disneyland rails and more not related to trains. Mice steal sunglasses, rats cook dinner and Flynn Rider moonlights as a farmer. Plus Rosie met her best friend and got a bit overwhelmed. Continuing the theme, we delve deep into the Disney back catalogue with Top 5 Disney songs.
In episode 75, Rosie and Jessica heap extravagant praise on their Patrons and celebrate four years of podcasting with a trip to see Guys and Dolls. Plus, Rosie’s been to Wales and Jessica’s been working and watching Pretty Little Liars. A rundown of their Top 5 Animated Films leads to some pretty strong 90s flashbacks, while an unexpected ladybird sends things off track.
In episode 72, Rosie and Jessica start their year off with a return to school and a light show (now closed.) There’s a risk of hysterical appendicitis as they bring you their Top 5 Fictional Schools and Colleges plus the most expansive What Have We Seen This Week yet. Yay Hamlet!
In episode 70, Rosie and Jessica bring you their Christmas special. They share how they are getting ready for Christmas, what Christmas activities they’ve been doing and what their favourite Christmas television episodes are. It’s Christmas. Do you hear me? CHRISTMAS.
In episode 63, Rosie and Jessica just about remember to record the episode. There have been birthday parties, bouncy castles and accidental journalism. On that theme, they bring you their Top 5 Fictional Journalists, served on a platter with Bake Off Chat and a report from the Edinburgh Fringe.
In episode 62, Rosie and Jessica have been out and about, meeting their listeners in wool shops. It was Rosie’s turn to go on an adventure she can’t talk about and they both get stuck into their Top 5 Summer Camping and Scouting-related films. The annual Bake Off Chat feature returns and Rosie manages to talk about Crank yet again. What’s that? Only the sound of the Keegan Klaxon.
In episode 60, Jessica can’t talk about what she’s got up to. Luckily, Rosie is present to waffle on endlessly about a trip to York and some knitwear. No Top 5 this week, but the exciting new feature Look Into Yoghurt gets pitched alongside an infinitely long discussion of portion sizes. Get your Breakfast Butler to set this episode up immediately.
In episode 26, Rosie spends a very long time talking about her holiday, Jessica’s been to the Kaffe Fassett exhibition and has been skulking around Netflix. The Day of Fun Film Review returns with frothy rom-com ‘Populaire’. Plus – and brace yourselves – knitting has returned to our lives!