In episode nine of the Anecdotally podcast, we find out whether Bethan‘s family have recovered from their Ancestry addiction and reminisce about children’s TV classics including Bernard’s Watch. Bethan is also shamed by an electronic owl and tells us why she once dressed up like a sponge. Greer wonders whether you can really make a feminist statement with a Paperchase notebook and professes her undying love for Only Fools and Horses.
This week we want to know what you think is like crack (despite never trying and definitely not endorsing crack…) and any good children’s TV anecdotes that you would like to share with us.
Owner of January Media Production and the second funniest on the Anecdotally podcast.
Lecturer of Criminology and the second funniest on the Anecdotally podcast.