87. On the fringe of the leadership summit, with Maria McErlane
Maria McErlane, agony aunt on Graham Norton’s Radio 2 show, dispenses advice. Amongst other issues, she addresses how to do the perfect ugly face crying and whether Fi and Jane really should apply for the job of Radio 4 Controller.
86. Cheeseburgers and chocolate shakes with Jake Humphrey
Fi and Jane talk football, Formula 1 and failed exams with BT Sport presenter Jake Humphrey. The queens of the involuntary sound take advice on getting a blemish free complexion as they attempt to join the world of football punditry.
85. Big Beans and Whopper Questions, with Laura Kuenssberg
Fi and Jane welcome along the one and only Laura Kuenssberg, BBC Political Editor. Together they expose a celebrity chef’s toasties and reminisce about referendums past. Laura gives the lowdown from life on the road and Jane shares her story of an evening at Chequers. Plus Fi spots a pair of penny-farthings.
84. Fondant Nozzles and Freemasonry, with Bella Mackie
Fi has a special birthday this week and here for the celebrations is writer and journalist Bella Mackie. Bella’s book Jog On explores the benefits of running for mental health so Jane brings out some of her own exercise experiences, including pilates and fun runs gone by. Bella also explains Ultimate Fighting Championship and Fi grills Jane on her recent visit to the Grand Lodge.
83. Ready for Tingles, with Clive Myrie
Fi and Jane do some time bending in front of Broadcasting House and they’re joined by newsreading icon Clive Myrie. They get the lowdown on stories from inside and outside the studio, find out how to dish up some Jamaican cuisine and there’s even a guest appearance from the BBC’s Annita McVeigh.