Thursday, 10 April 2014

Episode Two, Series Four: Waste Disposal

VLW's long awaited show on Waste Disposal! Featuring interviews with real life visitors to a recycling plant and some embarrassing personal waste purging issues! Featuring Trash and Garbage!

Friday, 4 April 2014

Episode One, Series Four: Nostalgia

VLW reminisce about everything, while wondering what is nostalgia? (we really should have consulted a dictionary), are we too young to be nostalgic? Lots of cringes about our previous sartorial choices, favourite bands and, as usual, plenty of chat about MSN.

Featuring some April Fools confusion, and the following hits: Fresh by Summer Camp, and everyone's favourite dial-up tune.

Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Episode Twelve, Series Three: Creativity

In this episode, featuring our good friends from Jiggling Atoms, Natalie Kay-Thatcher and Jennifer Crouch and the incredible Liliane Lijn, VLW chat Creativity. Keeping in mind Richard Feyman's words "Fall in love with some activity, and do it!", we discuss the joys and perils of collaborations, the drive to create and, of course, some creative fake tanning!

To find out more about Jiggling Atoms, visit their website or facebook page.

To find out more about Liliane Lijn's work, check out her website.

The episode contained the following songs:
Art Star by The Yeah Yeah Yeahs,
ROYGBIV by Boards of Canada,
Open Book by Cake.

Friday, 21 March 2014

Episode Eleven, Series Three: Money

Very Loose Women talk about Money (Money Money)! Featuring the music of Abba, the shortest quiz we've done yet, and chatter about our cheapness! We'll leave you wondering if you have the beady eye of stinginess?

Friday, 14 March 2014

Episode Ten, Series Three: Friends

VLW chat friends, nemeses and all that's in between- and someone joins the Pen 15 club live on air!

Featuring The Rembrandts, Freaks and Geeks and, making his debut as a Very Loose Woman, Marcos the sound engineer.

Thursday, 6 March 2014

Episode Nine, Series Three: Women in History

VLW were delighted to be joined by author, historian and historical interpreter, Lauren Johnson talking about her debut novel, The Arrow of Sherwood. We discuss Robin Hood, famous historical women, mediaeval menstruation and conker soap!

Check out Lauren's blog here, for new historical research, writing and thoughts on live interpretation.

And you can buy her book below!

Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Episode Eight, Series Three: Food

VLW welcome Katherine back into the fold, as we chat about food, China and Chinese food.

Featuring a seasonal vegetable quiz and an interview with The Foodish Boy all about his culinary journey around the world!

Check out The Foodish Blog, below.