106 episodes

Mrs Woog and Mrs Berry are the multi non-award-winning, unsponsored duo making it OK to talk about being hot and cranky. Join them as they chant their life's creed: just keep plucking.

The Hot Flus‪h‬ Kayte Murphy and Kim Berry

    • Comedy
    • 4.8 • 426 Ratings

Mrs Woog and Mrs Berry are the multi non-award-winning, unsponsored duo making it OK to talk about being hot and cranky. Join them as they chant their life's creed: just keep plucking.

    Tits and s***s

    Tits and s***s

    When you're tits get you down and eating gives you the s***s. Perimenopause, the Ted talk.

    • 32 min
    One shop shuts while the floodgates open

    One shop shuts while the floodgates open

    We briefly break our hiatus to celebrate Mrs Woog's hysto and Mrs Berry's first period in 110 days. What a time to be alive.

    • 36 min
    Everything

    Everything

    It's been a while, it's a lot.

    • 49 min
    We were on a break

    We were on a break

    We're back!

    • 1 hr
    Tough love, top week, to do lists

    Tough love, top week, to do lists

    Mrs Berry has come over all Protestant while Mrs Woog has been practising self love.

    • 49 min
    Inexplicable Gas

    Inexplicable Gas

    Well it's week two and Mrs Berry and Mrs Woog are already in foul moods. Is it the heat? Is it the continual global woes? Is it that we're actually not angry, just disappointed.

    • 46 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
426 Ratings

426 Ratings

Cequins ,

Cheaper than therapy

Allow these two ladies to meet you at the twinset and pearly gates of peri menopause and welcome you with open arms. Confessions will be heard and absolution given with a Gin and Tonic and a few laughs at what makes us human.

rennydreadful ,

Approaching its use-by date

This podcast used to be terrific, but the last 6 or so episodes have felt forced, and like Kim and Kayte have other things they’d rather be doing. Complaining about having to delete people off the Facebook page for complaining, was the beginning of the end for me. It feels like the girls have lost their mojo, as far as the podcast goes.
Maybe it’s time to call it a day.

megsrmegs ,

Love

I am not necessarily the target age group at 25, but I fukn love this podcast. I wish I’d had this podcast when I was 18, earlier 20s, because of your amazing way to normalise and take some of the shame out of being a woman. Thank you! You are wise and hilarious and a bright light for us all.

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