The team bow out with the latest medical thinking from Dr Phil Hammond and a passionate rant about the impact on the travel industry from award-winning wildlife guide and photographer Paul Goldstein. There’s also much talk of the future of sushi, the tying up of loose ends, and almost a recipe for homemade nettle pesto, but not quite. And, of course, we finish with a song to celebrate the ‘little things’ courtesy of Kate, Paul and Harry Garner.
In this week’s bonus-cast, more arguing from Isy Suttie and Elis James, comedian and ‘Chaser’ Paul Sinha locks down some quiz facts, Alex Andreou gets creative in the kitchen and the team get to grips with a haunted wicker chair.
In this week’s bonus bonanza the team find out your childish names for your ‘bits', Line of Duty actor and award winning Two Shot podcaster Craig Parkinson talks trees, and comedian Jessica Fostekew goes shopping…
The notion of ‘digits’ bamboozles Jake as he continues to struggle with the number three (although there’s a shock revelation), Kathy Clugston from Gardener’s Question Time tells us which plant is best to scream into, and Ed Balls reveals what’s in his cellar. Plus a song from Adam Drew of Bounder & Cad. And if that’s not a bonus ruddy podcast, then I don’t know what is. Contains one mild swearword.
Contains Rufus Hound, the Head of Diptera from the Natural History Museum, and listener-prompted discussion of how to fashion garlic sticks into missiles by using pitta bread as rudimentary aerodynamic fins.
Extra business from the ‘round cable’ - as opposed to table - lockdown lives of housebound comedians linked together by dodgy and intermittent wifi. In this, the first #NWYH bonus podcast, Jake, Jon, Salma and Natt argue over the contents of listeners' cutlery drawer, and historian Dan Snow talks wine and Pericles. Get in touch with the team on #NWYH