See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…. Our podcast: Dear Joan and Jericha has been described as “Derek and Clive meets Joyce Grenfell”. My podcast (by Pandora Sykes): Dolly Alderton and I started The High Low in early 2017. The best podcasters of the year reveal which shows they never miss. I had never met Camilla before, but I knew from following her on social media that she had interesting things to say. It is hosted by husband and wife, Chris and Rosie Ramsey and its a podcast talking about everything and anything to do with kids, marriage and life in general. Including the time he was sick in training because he’d had too many sausage and egg McMuffins. © 2020 FemaleFirst Ltd. all rights reserved. On the podcast this week the couple discuss Robin's latest behaviour, Chris' week in London and an unfortunate bike accident. It’s very popular and for good reason. Our podcast (by Al Murray): Our podcast is called We Have Ways of Making You Talk, and it’s me and James Holland, the renowned World War Two historian talking about the war. Will said “I love it” so we decided to do it together, and so we sat down at my kitchen table and recorded ourselves on my iPhone – two best friends talking about life, coming out, gay culture and we had a real laugh doing all of it. Our podcast (by Jenny Eclair): Judith Holder and I had co-written all the Grumpy live shows and wanted to continue fighting the good fight for women of a certain age all over the country, so we decided to do ‘Older and Wider’, the podcast for people who don’t really know what a podcast is. Anything at all! This week on the podcast Chris and Rosie discuss hot baths, zoom dates, Guinea Pigs and revenge. My podcast: My podcast is RHLSTP (Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast). The podcast I love: No Such Thing  As A Fish – an hilarious chat about some unusual facts uncovered by the QI Elves, which is always funny and also manages to educate at the same time. We didn’t feel like there was a podcast out there, particularly a female-helmed one, that discussed the high brow and the low brow – of the news, pop-culture, current affairs – all in the same breath. Sign in to manage your newsletter preferences. is a lot of what I’m about because ’80s/’90s football was the best for me. Each week they will answer questions from the public and a secret celebrity.”. She then directed me to the cold meats aisle, which was very kind of her (it was a huge Sainsbury’s and pretty confusing). The Ramsey's have reason to celebrate this week after becoming bestsellers and it's got Rosie pretty emotional! Our best wishes for a productive day. To celebrate the release of Sh**ged Married Annoyed the Book here is bonus podcast ep with a couple of clips from the audiobook, enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. As well as this the term 'Gilf' is used on the podcast for the first time and there is some eggy discussion plus perhaps the most a…. Its not a story podcast, just a husband / wife duo with some MDWAP style banter and filth. They reflect on their motorhome holiday and Rosie solves more mysteries. My husband [Chris Ramsey] and I weren’t spending enough time together. He won. (See also: Fortunately with Fi and Jane and The High Low). PODCAST RECORD DAY! Funny yet insightful. We did nine podcasts, one for each day of the battle, walking the battlefield, speaking to experts, and digging up some controversy too. It’s very popular and for good reason. Our favourite moments are usually coleslaw related, occasionally guests bring in homemade tubs and listeners send us unusual coleslaw recipes – coleslaw is our thing – oh, and cheese. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Get a Beurer electric heated throw for just £49.99. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out …, On the podcast this week things get a little sexy with some fruity QFTP's. We always start with a series of confessions. Who’s the host? My podcast: The Adam Buxton podcast is mostly me talking to friends and other interesting people. You can unsubscribe at any time. We started three-and-a-half years ago when there were 30 in the audience. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. The podcast I love: Dear Joan and Jericha makes me snort with laughter every single week. It's strictly business and also some Gaviscon flavoured beef, chicken burger mysteries and an assortment of questions from the public. by Josh Widdicombe, Chris Scull and Michael Marden. It didn’t sound anything like Bowie’s song, but it was very good. The podcast I love: I love fortunately with Fi Glover and Jane Garvey – those two are hysterical and it seems similar to our podcast – a bit disorganised and very funny. Some are funny (episode 100 with my school friends Joe Cornish and Louis Theroux or episode 82 with comedian Tash Demetriou for example) and others are more serious (episode 98 with human rights activist Maya Foa, or episode 102 with writer Philip Pullman). We had a go at imagining what the songs sounded like based on the titles and Joe did an amazing one. Each week they will answer questions from the public and a secret celebrity. The pair discuss who gets what in a break up, baby showers v's wetting the babies head, some ear lobe sucking and a minty fresh experience that went wrong. Thanks! The chemistry between comedians Sophie Duker, Heidi Regan and Ned Sedgwick as they navigate the grown-up world is just wonderful. The pair dish out wildly unhelpful ‘adult’ advice in response to listeners’ letters – a recent favourite involving a man whose mother we suspect of having stretched his manhood on a fishing rod. It’s getting to that point of the year where we look back with misty eyes on the best stuff from the past 12 months. Three Best Shged Married Annoyed The Podcasts For 2020. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. And if it’s a secret... email it to, https://www.instagram.com/iamchrisramsey/, https://www.instagram.com/rosemarinoramsey/. Another big week in the Ramsey household! The only way Rosie and Chris Ramsey can have a conversation without being interrupted by a toddler or ending up staring at their phones is by doing a podcast. And follow them on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamchrisramsey/ https://www.instagram.com/rosemarinoramsey/, by Katie Haseldine for www.femalefirst.co.uk. The podcast I love: Ricky Gervais got me into podcasts as I’m a big fan of anything he does and Quickly Kevin, Will he Score? They’ll be chatting all about life, relationships, arguments, annoyances, parenting, growing up and everything in between. There are some brilliant QFTP's... including one that raises a medical question. What’s it about? I opened season six with Camilla Thurlow, a former bomb-disposal expert turned Love Island contestant who has gone on to be a charity activist and poet. Basically we love Bob Mortimer  – and hearing him and Andy Dawson barely stifling their laughter is my favourite thing. The segment everyone talks about is Steve Ali’s Perspective where Syrian Steve answers your first world problem with a refugee solution. I love The Week and I learn loads from their spin-off podcast which is about three news stories from the last week that may not have made headline news but nevertheless have ramifications for the way we live. This year in September, James and I went to Arnhem, the scene of the famous A Bridge Too Far battle, to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the epic struggle there. His story about his plumber mistaking his then-wife Amanda Holden for his daughter was particularly brilliant. The podcast is hosted by Rosie and Chris Ramsey. It's also the week that sees the debut of Rosie's new feature... enjoy! We can’t get enough of podcasts here at Female First. Where can I listen? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-…, This week on the podcast Chris and Rosie celebrate the release of their book and Barry Beef gets in touch with some kind words for the couple... Rosie's Mysteries returns and there is an update on Chris' ear wax! Highly informative and never dull. There's some beef, a mystery which Chris does pretty well with and some great QFTP's. This week Chris and Rosie discuss their new flying neighbours. Looking for something to listen to that has funny stories disgusting or not. When I put the episode out there, I knew there was a risk some people would dismiss her as a reality TV star, but I was overwhelmed by the listener response – both Camilla and I were inundated with messages from people saying the podcast had made them feel understood. If you enjoy toilet humour and listening to a married couple argue then we are the podcast for you. We have a lot of fun answering people’s questions, discussing different aspects of the war – often enough I’ll be offering my opinion on something when I realise James has written a book about it. Anything you want us to discuss? They keep it light, inconsequential even, but (usually) not stupid. My podcast: My podcast is my favourite thing to do. He’s a jaded old luvvie short on work and she’s the bored youngster who listlessly answers the phone at his agent’s office. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…, Player FM for Android — Download podcasts free, Player FM for iPhone — Download podcasts free, Shged Married Annoyed The Podcasts (1-English), Daily Boost | Daily Coaching and Motivation. Golden. Rosie has recently been nominate for Celebrity Mum of the Year, something she can’t quite get her head around, stating in episode four: “There’s two reasons why I find it ridiculous, one – I’m not a celebrity… and two – I’m not actually that good of a Mam… since I found out last week I have been walking on egg shells around that kid.”.

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