May 6, 2018
Juliet and Terence on: royal family picnics; the ups and downs of Kanye; and re-evaluating The Simpsons.
Plus four sizzling tracks of music...
April 29, 2018
Juliet and Terence: on being royal; the art of taking offence; and how pop stars survive without pension funds.
Plus four sizzling tracks of music, of course...
April 22, 2018
Juliet and Terence: Dale's Supermarket Sweep; mononymous people, and the joy and burden of names; love the band, hate the lyrics.
Plus four tippity-toppity tracks of music...
April 14, 2018
Juliet and Terence: should the BBC broadcast anything and everything (including Enoch Powell's speech)?; the lucrative business of fan conventions; and is it really Fleetwood Mac without Lindsey Buckingham?
Plus, as always, four great tracks of music...
April 6, 2018
Juliet and Terence on: male domination of panel shows; footballers' (non) celebrations; and that Radio X 'Best Of British' poll...
Plus four great tracks of music, as always.
March 25, 2018
Juliet and Terence wonder whether being famous means you have all the answers to 'everything'; Jose Mourinho on the couch; and is it time to give up Facebook?
Plus four splendid tracks of music...
March 17, 2018
Juliet and Terence with: stories about Ken Dodd, and whether comedy travels through generations; football fans are now just supporting actors in a television drama; and, phrases that make you cringe...
Plus, four really great tracks of music.
Link to Juliet's emailer, as mentioned in the podcast:
March 10, 2018
Juliet and Terence on: pink beer for women (!); panels, panels everywhere; and the decline and fall of the New Musical Express empire.
Plus, naturally, four great tracks of music...
March 3, 2018
Juliet and Terence on: the Fear Of Missing Out; Amazon's desire to get into your house; and... does all music television have to be old and grey?
Plus four fizzing tracks of music.
February 25, 2018
Juliet and Terence on: attempts to buy a book in the high street; footballers' status as assets rather than employees; and food fads, yoghurt, and Nigella.
Plus, of course, four great tracks of music...