I edited and produced over 100 episodes of Jo Elvin and James Williams's hit weekly podcast Is It Just Me? which brings a new celebrity interview and discussion to over 20,000 listeners each Tuesday. The podcast, previously known as GLAMOUR's Hey, It's OK... relaunched in December 2017, with Jo and James interviewing celebrities and sharing their "Is it just me or..." moments.
I also co-present the Great British Bake Off fan podcast, Soggy Bottoms, currently taking a break after two series, which has been a regular fixture in the iTunes Arts chart.
And I have appeared on a number of other shows as a guest, including the BBC’s hit pop culture analysis podcast Unpopped, talking about Ru Paul’s Drag Race and the artifice of Instagram, as well as my favourite radio series (The Archers) on Dum Tee Dum, my favourite film (Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistlestop Cafe) on Pick of the Flicks , and talking about the twin joys of Jilly Cooper books and the Jilly Cooper Book Club, which I run, on The Book Club Podcast.
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The divine Gok told three of the most jawdropping stories, from lying his way into his first job, to hanging out with Dumbledore in hospital.
Caitin talked about confidence and imposter syndrome (doesn't have it – an amazing Lenny Henry story explains why).
One of the nicest multi-tasking YouTubers around. And then we all talked about the times we've been haunted, which is nice. Jim's story is horrific.
SOGGY BOTTOMS: THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF FAN PODCAST
I co-host the podcast about all things Bake Off with Mim Monk and contributors Jed White and Emily Thomas, backed by Dum Dee Dum producer Roifield Brown. Soggy Bottoms and its terrible puns have been running for two seasons, and guests have included comedian David Morgan, and Bake Off finalist Beca Lyne-Pirkis. You can listen on Acast if you're on desktop, and we're on iTunes.
S02E06 It's "Basta" for Yan
The saddest we've been about Bake Off (until Liam got sent home) – we spent most of the episode going "perché?"
S02E05 Julia gets the boot
In which we try to unpick what kind of witchcraft means that Stacey leaves a piece of baking paper in her showstopper and still is not get sent home
S01E05 Beca Lyne-Pirkis
2013 contestant Beca joined the Soggy Bottoms podcast to talk about how the show helped her launch her own TV baking career.