The Wiggly Wigglers podcast team is back, in full force, on the Wiggly sofa with lots of giggling and some serious bits. Heather‚Äôs missed sitting on the sofa with Richard, but she‚Äôs not so keen to sit next to Farmer Phil who has got stinky knees.
Heather‚Äôs been in the kitchen again, cooking what she thinks are pork chops, and subsequently tries to set light to her new cooker. This prompts an in depth chat about how the high price of wheat is threatening the livelihoods of British pig farmers and the campain Save our Bacon. Should we buy British pork?
Richard confesses that he flirted with the flower girls (surely not!) in the shop whilst they were making up the 624 Mother‚Äôs Day bouquets and eating lots of chocolate.
I have been following Karen Cannard‚Äôs (Almost Mrs Average) progress at The Rubbish Diet so it was great to chat to her about what changes she has made to her lifestyle to slim down her bin to a size 0 for Zero Waste Week.
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Below is a taster of what‚Äôs on this week‚Äôs show:
Time: 00:00:18 Heather's missed sitting on the sofa with Richard and Farmer Phil has stinky knees.
Time: 00:01:46 Farmer Phil has a half in, half out calf
Time: 00:02:35 What's on this week? Fishy Fishbourne's mother-in-law thinks he's clever.
Time: 00:05:17 My favourite thing in the new catalogue is...
Time: 00:11:27 Matthew Naylor has a new blog called Pure Tilth
Time: 00:12:00 Heather mistakes a lamb chop for pork and then sets light to her cooker.
Time: 00:13:45 Farmer Phil talks about the Save our Bacon campaign and asks should we eat British pork.
Time: 00:27:29 The team reflect on the 624 Mother's Day bouquets that the flower girls created.
Time: 00:31:29 Karen chats to Karen Cannard about her Rubbish Diet and quest
to slim her bin to a size 0.
Time: 00:38:19 Time for a Montycast about gelatine.
Time: 00:38:41 Next week Rachel Harries will talk about the Wiggly carbon footprint & Farmer Phil has issues.
The podcast team is Heather Gorringe, Phil Gorringe (aka Farmer Phil) and
Richard Fishbourne (aka Ricardo).