This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane sit down with all round broadcasting sensation Gemma Cairney, star across the networks from 1Xtra to 6Music and presenter of Radio 4's Sound Odyssey.
There's a sense of adventure in the air as Fi returns from the Fjords and Jane's signed up to a new online service for lonely hearts.
Over a hefty flapjack and pineapple chunks, they get the lowdown from Gemma on growing up, ancient medicine, an interesting quote from Trevor Nelson and
romance...both old and new.
114. Deed Poll and Scaffolders with Dawn O'Porter
Dawn O'Porter drops by in this week's episode of Fortunately, giving Fi and Jane an insight on life in Los Angeles.
The writer and presenter finds Fi and Jane in an oddly named Broadcasting House meeting room. Together they discuss the Royals, setting up a charity, fringes, names and last suppers.
But before that: addressing the elephant in the meeting room and an update from a certain retired greyhound.
113. Gossipy Proust, with Ann Cleeves
Fi and Jane get a special visit from acclaimed crime-writer Ann Cleeves.
The creator of Vera and Shetland tells them about her new book The Long Call, set in North Devon. Ann also takes them through her many different vocations, offers reading recommendations and fields the ladies' questions on everyone's favourite Northumberland DCI.
In addition to that, Fi goes in on make-up language and Jane tells all about an incident she swore would never make it to the airways.
112. Trailing Spouses with Julia Hartley-Brewer
Fi and Jane venture back out to the BBC Pizza and their guest this week is the journalist and broadcaster Julia Hartley-Brewer.
They talk Brexit, Feminism, dreamy Greek Finance Ministers, whether sausage rolls are worth it and they go head to head in a running-order off.
Plus there's a new way to wear your cardigan and a recommendation of which church to visit if you are in Herefordshire.
111. Menstruation and 'mongering with Emma Barnett
This week on the podcast, Fi and Jane welcome Emma Barnett. Emma talks about her 5Live show, being a fellow presenter on Woman's Hour and her new book aimed at busting the taboos around periods. All that and there's also time for living off-grid, etymology chat and some interesting listener correspondence.