Heart's cult Sunday night show Ellie Taylor and Anna Whitehouse is now available as a podcast - and it's packed full of extra unheard content that’s too rude for radio. Everything’s up for discussion from dating, sex, family matters, fashion disasters to those little things you notice and need to tell someone. Heart's very own dynamic duo don't hold back. Whether you're commuting, tackling a Herculean pile of 'adulting', or just trying to drone out the sound of your colleagues, Ellie and Anna have got your back.
A tight chassis
In this episode we’re chatting about the etiquette of the rule of six and Ellie’s major faux pas of inviting only two of her friends and their partners in a group chat of four. Plus, do most women prefer ‘dad bods’ to ripped muscles? We also discuss the Paloma Faith documentary and how she navigates going on tour with her baby.
How to perfect your muff chignon
Is it weird to buy your mum a sex toy? We talk to Natalie Lee from Style Me Sunday who bought vibrators for her mum and sister for Christmas. Plus we chat about Anna’s secret pastime of bobsleighing and why Ellie has no hobbies.
This week we’re discussing Orlando Bloom’s ridiculous daily routine (which includes a 20 minute chant and brain octane oil), whether nighties are making a comeback and what happens when you accidentally send a graphic description of your Brazilian wax to your husband’s colleague. Plus, a trigger warning, we discuss the documentary on Caroline Flack’s life and death.
Wikifeet meets Cameo
In this week’s episode we chat about what it’s like when you spot a Banjo brother by the seesaw, Jon Snow becoming a father again in his seventies and the ‘entitlement gap’ - social conditioning which reportedly makes women in the work force feel less deserving than their male counterparts. We also discuss - a trigger warning - whether the tragic death of Sarah Everard will finally start a national conversation about violence against women.
Anna’s husband’s tiny pickle
In this ep we discuss THE celeb interview of the century. No, not Mrs Merton grilling Debbie McGee, but when Meghan met Oprah. We chat to journalist and author Natalie Morris about the implications of the Sussex’s revelations and how they may shape discussions of racism and mental health in the future. Plus we debate whether multivitamins or salted caramel bellends are acceptable Mother’s Day presents and how matching coat hangers are the key to a happy existence.
Ball licking in the time of Covid
This week the girls chat about the ‘hate’ follow — following people online that that make us jealous/angry/lustful for an OBE. We also discuss the power of the mute button and learn how many of Anna’s friends have used it on her (SPOILER all of them). Plus we cover lessons learnt from lockdown, Ellie’s new welly based purchase and what happens when your kid wants to curl one out in front of WH Smiths.
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Loving this podcast - one of my friends only told me about it the other day and I’m addicted 😜light, fun, great chemistry between Ellie and Anna and very relatable chat! Find it so therapeutic to laugh and giggle along xx thanks guys!!!
I wish Anna would stop using the phrase ‘self-flagellating’ and learn some new words, it’s so repetitive, boring and really not as funny as she thinks.
Anna, please find other vocabulary
Used to love this pod but now find myself rolling my eyes at every episode when Anna mentions “self flagellating”. Please find some other words. Love Ellie though 🙌🏼