The broadcaster and political commentator Iain Dale pays a visit to the BBC piazza.
78. Easy Peelers and Cones of Shame, with Iain Dale
79. Name that Pope, with Dr Sarah Jarvis
Somebody called a Doctor this week as Fi and Jane are joined by Dr Sarah Jarvis.
80. Crushed Wotsits and Emergency Loo Roll, with Tracey Thorn.
Writer and musician Tracey Thorn pays a visit to a star struck Fi and Jane.
81. Globulogic up the Danube, with Dolly Alderton and Pandora Sykes
Inside to avoid the weather, Fi and Jane are joined by Dolly Alderton and Pandora Sykes.
82.Early Morning Movements with Ritula Shah
Fi and Jane are joined by The World Tonight’s Ritula Shah.
83. Ready for Tingles, with Clive Myrie
Fi and Jane are joined by newsreading icon Clive Myrie.
84. Fondant Nozzles and Freemasonry, with Bella Mackie
Fi has a special birthday and is joined by writer and journalist Bella Mackie.
85. Big Beans and Whopper Questions, with Laura Kuenssberg
Fi and Jane welcome along the one and only Laura Kuenssberg, BBC Political Editor.
86. Cheeseburgers and chocolate shakes with Jake Humphrey
Football, Formula 1 and failed exams with BT Sport presenter Jake Humphrey.
87. On the fringe of the leadership summit, with Maria McErlane
Maria McErlane, agony aunt on Graham Norton’s Radio 2 show, dispenses advice.
88. DJ Annie Mac is in the mix
Fi and Jane throw the blankets off their knees and hit the dancefloor with DJ Annie Mac.
89. Our Audience Overheats: some favourite Fortunately moments.
Shaun Keaveny guides us through some choice bits of the podcast.
90. In Memoriam Mittens with Elizabeth Day
Fi and Jane are joined by writer and podcaster Elizabeth Day.
91. Drinking with despots with Christiane Amanpour
Fixing a new garden hosepipe with CNN Chief International Anchor Christiane Amanpour
92. From Hobb to Head Honcho with Matthew Bannister
Presenter & folk music podcaster Matthew Bannister joins the Fortunately self-help group.
93. The Four Ps and the Two Ranis with Adil Ray
Adil Ray explains the Four Ps
94. Talking Dirty with Gyles Brandreth
Fi and Jane lean forward as Gyles Brandreth offers his guide to erotic fiction.
Colum Arbuckle shares the life stories of older people in Northern Ireland.
Your gardening calls answered with Jonathan Ray and our gardening expert Reg Moule.
The World Wood Web
Why a network of fungi living in harmony with trees are key indicators of climate change
It Started in Aldershot
Comedian Arthur English reminisces with Michael Pointon and a studio audience. From 1988.
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