Sam & Lea at Reading 2011
Two years. That’s a long time.

We are nearly two years old. I repeat, we are nearly two years old. No one is as shocked about this as we are, and when we took a trip down memory lane we couldn’t believe some of the stuff that came out of our mouths and into a podcast. Well. In amongst all of that we’ve whipped up interviews with some of the best people to exist ever, had banterous contributions and some disco-dancing-toe-tapping-tunes along the way. So we thought we’d remind you of the best moments of The High Tea Cast and bring them together for your aural pleasure. Are you ready for this?

We’ve got:

    • Our best cheeky chats from sex to West Coast Cooler and to money
    • Regular newscaster Simon Button gets mashed up with his best bits 
    • The best clips from our best interviews including The Preshaah, Pinned It Made It, DJ Liam Young, Domestic Sluttery editor Sian Meades and fashion bloggers Amy Hill and Stu Bradley
    • All our opinions on cake from the last episodes
    • Resident tech & gadget expert Emma Cossey compiles her best tips and tricks
    • And finally, we’ve got music from Darren Michelangelo Smith, Alex Day, The Worry Dolls, Katie Sky and Go-Zilla

So get on it listeners! You can listen to the podcast straight away by pressing play on the player above, going to the Episodes page, checking out our Feedburner RSS Feed or subscribing on iTunes. Subscribe….go on…you know you want to!

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