Ep 74: I Leave My Hazelnuts Hairy

Sales finally gives the verdict on her visit to Blue Hill Farm restaurant in New York or as it's known among chatters The Carrot Restaurant.  Also discussed: Martin Amis’ essays and Rachel Cusk’s earlier book Aftermath.

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Ep 73: There is so much padding

Crabb and Sales compare impressive bruises and then ponder if you should immediately ice a badly bumped bum. Thankfully the chat moves on to discussion about The Crown and some recent Churchill films. Sales also reveals her somewhat controversial opinion on Meryl Streep!

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Ep 71: Bone Curdling Tragedies

[Recorded pre-McCartney] Much to their excitement both Crabb and Sales successfully Google “literary page turner” (or LPT for short). The Drover's Wife is deconstructed and there are plenty of puns about Murder on the Orient Express. 

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Ep 69: Don’t Wrap it in Plastic Ivy

Crabb will consider reading a promotional book if it includes a blurb from Howard Hughes, Sales will consider reading it if it comes with a Ferrari. In this episode we learn about Barbara Steisand’s sister, get some tips on how to deal with the “international marzipan scandal” and find out that Sales thinks Crabb has the sense of humour of a 14 year old boy.

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Ep 65: The Killer Punch

How is it that some actors can remove themselves from their iconic roles? And why do some commit to the impossible task of playing real life personalities? Crabb is feeling emotionally vulnerable, and keeps revealing things she will regret, including the fact that she will never listen to Chat 10 Looks 3. Sales discusses how she decides to deliver the initial Killer Punch in an interview. 

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Ep 64: Let’s Go Back to My Room

Crabb and Sales are having a meal together when Crabb has a sudden desire to podcast and suggests they head up to her hotel room. Sales is reluctant because they are without their medieval contraceptive device (aka the zoom recorder) but in the moment they throw caution to the wind. A gentleman known as Mr Tuba features.

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