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Spill Responsibly

Laura-Louise Arundell and Becki Sherlock

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Welcome to Spill Responsibly! We’re Laura and Becki, 30 year old besties living in London. We will be spilling the tea on our lives, friendships, relationships, embarrassing moments, shenanigans in the city and everything in-between. Join us for a couple of cocktails and spill responsibly.
 
Welcome to No Really, I'm Fine. A mental health podcast which sheds a light on peoples' daily struggle with mental health and telling the world you're not alone.We're returning for a limited series during the Coronavirus pandemic to provide you help and support during the crisis.We be make mental health the conversation. We want to hear about you, break the stigma, we want to share and listen.Journalists Gemma Sherlock, Kate Lally and Michael Pearson host the podcast and they'll guide you th ...
 
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Spillers, have we got a TREAT for you! Today we are back and joined by the incredible, hilarious, published author: Em Rina! Em is co-author of the book 'Girl Get The Wine - a London Datiing Saga' which is available on Amazon (link below!) Becki and Laura have the pleasure of interviewing Em on her various London dating escapades, with stories that…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode One of Ridley Road. Both sides of Sarah Solemani’s family have roots in the Ridley Road area of London, so when she read author Jo Bloom’s haunting novel, Ridley Road, she saw personal elements in the story. Still, the narrative on screen in her new miniseries — a young Jewish woman caught up in a…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Six of the Second Season of Sanditon. Charlotte Heywood is finally able to properly grieve her sense of loss, but the choices she makes at the end of this second season are surprising, to say the least. Rose Williams is ready for the story still to come in season three.…
 
In this episode Becki sits down with her fiancé Dan to talk through the trials and tribulations of planning a wedding. Politics is rife, fights are frequent; Becki and Dan expose it all. Weddings are supposed to be the best day of your life, right?! Tune in to the end to hear their twisted version of Mr and Mrs game; whether they will still be gett…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Five of the Second Season of Sanditon. Sanditon's Crystal Clarke opens up about the journey that she and the series' creators undertook to give her West Indian heiress character, Miss Georgiana Lambe, a richer and more authentic development in this second season of the show.…
 
“[Paradox is] truth standing on its head to gain attention." - G.K. Chesterton In this Easter episode of Risking Enchantment, Rachel and Phoebe discuss two of Chesterton’s books: Manalive and St. Francis of Assisi. We draw out the similarities in themes, characters, and messages between the two books, in particular the use of paradoxes and seeming …
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Four of the Second Season of Sanditon. Alison Heywood is a newcomer to the up and coming resort town of Sanditon, and like her older sister Charlotte before her, she finds the entire experience to be a thrill. Rosie Graham is also new to the scene, and she used Alison's love of romantic novels and…
 
In this episode Becki and Laura react to unpopular opinions (found on the very high brow source of Reddit). Are babies ugly? Is alcohol essentially truth serum? What would we do if we got sh*t on our hand? The topics are random but as all always, we don't hold back. Will we be controversial or follow the crowd? Grab your drinks, have a listen, and …
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Three of the Second Season of Sanditon. The Lady Esther Babington that returns to Sanditon is a softer, more open-minded woman than the biting character we knew before. Granted, her razor sharp wit remains, but Charlotte Spencer is glad to guide her character to a more loving place of grace this s…
 
[Joseph’s] incomparable example as a saint fortunate among so many for having lived a common life with Jesus and Mary—a life of service to Christ, a service born of love. - Saint Paul VI on the Feast of Saint Joseph (March 19, 1966) We’re delighted to welcome Elizabeth Lev back to the podcast. In her first episode, ​​Elizabeth Lev: Founding Christi…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Two of the Second Season of Sanditon. Arthur Parker is the life of any party in Sanditon — and much of that has to do with the charm of actor Turlough Convery. While much of his castmates would love to play his role, Convery brings a special approach to the happy youngest Parker sibling.…
 
It's here Spillers…finally…the one you have all been waiting for…IT’S THE SEX EPISODE! Today’s episode will have you creasing and cringing along with us as we provide a tell-all episode filled with embarrassing sex stories and sex-capades from our past! Laura is joined by (now regular guest) Mrs Rachel N this week for a tea-spilling episode like no…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode One of the Second Season of Sanditon. Sanditon head writer Justin Young is as thrilled as you are to return to the most desirable destination on the south English coast. He returns to the podcast as well for a preview of a second season of romance and intrigue, and offers his thanks to the passion…
 
“The Word himself was the first Gardener. In the beginning he planted a tree in the garden of Eden that grew the fruit of immortal life" - Vigen Guroian In this episode Rachel is joined by Reba Luiken, director of Allen Centennial Garden at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, to discuss how gardening grounds us, both in the gifts of our bodies and…
 
An International Women’s Day Special for our Spillers today! In honour of #IWD2022 we are going IN with our celebration of women and womanhood! In today’s episode we talk about what we LOVE about being women, including the women we look up to and admire. We also touch on things we dislike about how women are perceived, and how we work to #BreakTheB…
 
“The great abstract nouns of the classical English moralists are unblushingly and uncompromisingly used: good sense, courage, contentment, fortitude…Contrasted with the world of modern fiction, Jane Austen’s is at once less soft and less cruel.” - C.S. Lewis, “A Note on Jane Austen” In this episode, we are joined by Haley Stewart, a Catholic conver…
 
Can you really maintain massive friend groups forever? What do you do when friendships become toxic? How do you choose your inner circle and embrace the good eggs? Welcome Spillers! This episode is all about friendship and we go REAL DEEP in this one. We spill the tea on our own experiences of letting friends go, being let go ourselves and making t…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Seven of the Second Season of All Creatures Great and Small. The final episode of the second season of All Creatures Great and Small is both heartbreaking and heartwarming at the same time. That delicate balance is thanks to the work of series lead Nicholas Ralph, who feels right at home in the Yo…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Six of the Second Season of All Creatures Great and Small. At the end of another season of All Creatures Great and Small, Helen Alderson is still thinking about marriage — but now in an entirely new light. Rachel Shenton takes a sensible, sensitive approach to her character, and she explains some …
 
“I now see that I spent most of my life in doing neither what I ought nor what I liked”. C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters Risking Enchantment is back for 2022, and in our first episode back Rachel is joined by Phoebe, to discuss our resolutions for how we hope to spend our time in the coming year. Using the above quote as inspiration, we discuss h…
 
Welcome Spillers, Laura here :) A LONE WOLF short pod this week! In today's episode: reflections on the start of 2022 and plans for the year ahead! I'm talking fitness goals (obv), Becki's upcoming hen party excitement (and anxiety!) plus some "advice" (LOL) on setting goals for yourself this year! There's also a couple of my own 'PET PEEVES' and a…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Four of the Second Season of All Creatures Great and Small*.* The Brothers Farnon have a fraught relationship — but viewers can rest assured that the actors who play them don't have those struggles. Samuel West and Callum Woodhouse return to the podcast to explain how they locate that family tensi…
 
Welcome to our hour long roast! This time we are joined by our special guests Rachel and Charlotte where we discuss all the red flags we should be looking out for when starting a relationship, and those toe curling moments that have us running from the hills. Men, beware, we go IN. Our special guests also share some truly toxic situations they have…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Three of the Second Season of All Creatures Great and Small. The All Creatures Great and Small cast sadly had to say goodbye to the remarkable Dame Diana Rigg after the first season of the series. Luckily for them — and for all of us — the phenomenal Patricia Hodge slips into the elegant role of M…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Two of the Second Season of All Creatures Great and Small*.* In a buzzy new season of All Creatures Great and Small, the sassy divorcée, Diana Brompton, is a breath of fresh air. So, too, is actor Dorothy Atkinson, who brings her peppy charm to the podcast.…
 
Spill Responsibly is BACK! Tune in to hear reflections and resolutions coming in to the fabulous year of 2022 and what we are leaving behind in the sh*t show that was 2021 in our Pet Peeve segment. Let us know what you want to hear us talk about this year by dropping us a DM on instagram @spillresponsibly_podcast. As always, grab your drinks (or no…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode One of the second season of All Creatures Great and Small. The soothing, gentle nature of All Creatures Great and Small renders the pain and struggles of ordinary life in warm, calming tones. Much of that comes from the series' original author, Alf Wight, but it also comes from executive producer …
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode One of Around the World in 80 Days. The fabulously talented David Tennant is well known to MASTERPIECE viewers — he hosted MASTERPIECE Contemporary more than a decade ago, and has appeared on plenty of MASTERPIECE and MASTERPIECE Mystery! titles throughout the years — but his role in the sweeping …
 
“The more we are proud that the Bethlehem story is plain enough to be understood by the shepherds, and almost by the sheep, the more do we let ourselves go, in dark and gorgeous imaginative frescoes or pageants about the mystery and majesty of the Three Magian Kings.” - G.K. Chesterton For our last episode of 2021, Phoebe is back again to discuss t…
 
There's romance afoot on the Sanditon shores, with five new male characters heading to the resort in the upcoming second season. Who are these new male characters, and where are they looking for love? And what does it mean to be a Man of Sanditon — an Austen romantic hero? We find out in the final Making Sanditon preview podcast.…
 
'Tis the season to be jolly. Christmas is just around the corner so we have dedicated this episode to the things we love about this festive season - namely getting drunk with our friends! Our special guests (and partners in life) Michael and Dan join us to battle it out in the Christmas Cocktail Challenge and to get stuck in to some drinking games …
 
While we’re all looking forward to the return to Sanditon, there’s no one more excited than than the talented young actor who plays Charlotte Heywood, Rose Williams. Williams returns to the MASTERPIECE Studio podcast to look ahead at the second and third seasons of the series and offer a hint of what’s still to come for the adventurous Charlotte.…
 
“A classic is a book that has never finished saying what it has to say.” - Italo Calvino In this episode Rachel and Phoebe are back to discuss Classic literature, what is it and why does it matter? We take a look at our own reading journeys and our hopes to try to become “well-read”, as well as a look at what Classic literature means to us, the que…
 
You already know that Sanditon is coming back to PBS screens — but just what will happen in the seaside resort when the curtain finally raises after two years of waiting? A few members of the series’ creative team explore the stories still to come on the upcoming second and third seasons in the first of three special preview podcast episodes from M…
 
Welcome back Spillers! On today's episode Laura is joined by special guest and partner/boyfriend/husband (or D: all of the above..!) Michael, who kindly agreed to fill in for Becki on this special episode of the Spill Responsibly Podcast! Today, we take part in a "couple's therapy session" (we say that dripping with irony!) and spill all of our rel…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Eight of the Sixth Season of Grantchester. As Grantchester wraps its serialized sixth season, series creator Daisy Coulam is already hard at work on the seventh season. Among other new elements, the upcoming season features a new director at the helm — series star Tom Brittney. Coulam and Brittney…
 
Hi there Spillers! Welcome to another episode of Spill Responsibly! In today's episode. we do a bit of a Q&A so you can get to know us a little more! Tune in to hear our answers to some of these kind of questions: You can only listen to 3 songs on repeat for the rest of your life – what would they be? Who is your favourite television character and …
 
Who will remember, passing through this Gate, the unheroic dead who fed the guns? Who shall absolve the foulness of their fate,- Those doomed, conscripted, unvictorious ones?" Siegfried Sassoon, 'On Passing The New Menin Gate' November has for many centuries held a place for Catholics as the Month of the Dead, a time to reflect and pray for the dep…
 
MASTERPIECE Studio and GBH bring you a preview episode of a new podcast and documentary film series: American Veteran. In war and in peace, what veterans have done in America’s name is woven into the fabric of the American story. The new PBS series, American Veteran, illuminates their experiences with a stunning range of veterans’ voices, presented…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Six of the Sixth Season of Grantchester. The police force in Grantchester is all men — with the notable exception of the sixth season's bright new regular, the sassy secretary, Miss Scott. Melissa Johns' snappy assistant can match wits with the best of them, and the actor and disability advocate r…
 
Ever had a bad date? Us too! Join us for part 2 of our dating themed podcast with our bestie Claire where we spill the gory details of our worst dating nightmares and get a little bit too tipsy on Claire's specially concocted Margaritas. We share our best date ideas and Claire tells us what is grinding her gears on the Pet Peeve of the week segment…
 
On this episode we have our wonderful friend Claire join us to discuss the minefield that is modern dating. We cover the last decade phenomenon of dating apps and all the good, bad and ugly that comes with them and reflect on the trials and tribulations of pandemic dating and the dreaded ghosting trend. Grab your drinks, have a listen, and spill re…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Three of the Second Season of Baptiste. The brilliant Fiona Shaw is already a regular guest on MASTERPIECE programs, but this is her first interview on MASTERPIECE Studio — a format that she takes to with ease, like so much else in her storied career. In the challenging second season of Baptiste, …
 
"I looked at her, with my mind full of that other lovely face which had so ominously recalled her to my memory on the terrace by moonlight. I had seen Anne Catherick's likeness in Miss Fairlie. I now saw Miss Fairlie's likeness in Anne Catherick." - Wilkie Collins, The Woman in White We are joined for this episode of Risking Enchantment by Catholic…
 
Remember THAT emo fringe we all had at one point - with the streaks in? Remember using Dream Matte Mousse that was at least 2 shades too dark? Remember giving WAY too many sh*ts about what people thought of you? Yeah, so do we! Today’s episode is classic “we are 30 and reflecting on stuff” as we think about what advice would we give to our younger/…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for the third episode of the sixth season of Grantchester. After six seasons in a single role, you might think Al Weaver has fully centered his performance as literary village curate, Leonard Finch. But in this serialized sixth season, there's still emotional and dramatic depth to uncover, which Weaver does w…
 
“For us, we like going back to a time—and I’m sure nostalgia is feeding into that—where cell phones and the internet weren’t around. If you went off with friends, it felt like you really could get lost on a grand adventure.” - The Duffer Brothers In this episode of Risking Enchantment I'm joined by Robyn Conroy, a professional animator who previous…
 
“They work so hard in the city!” do we? We do. Today’s episode is all about being young and professional in London! How do you balance working life and career goals, whilst making the most of everything London has to offer? We think we do a pretty good job of that, so listen up if you want any tips on work-life balance from the pros 😉 If you’ve wor…
 
Warning: This podcast contains spoilers for the first episode of the sixth season of Grantchester. In the six seasons of Grantchester, the action has mainly centered on the titular village, along with crime in nearby Cambridge. For the first episode of series six, executive producer Emma Kingsman-Lloyd and head writer Daisy Coulam shift the action …
 
"One writes such a story [The Lord of the Rings] not out of the leaves of trees still to be observed, nor by means of botany and soil-science; but it grows like a seed in the dark out of the leaf-mold of the mind: out of all that has been seen or thought or read, that has long ago been forgotten, descending into the deeps." - J.R.R. Tolkien For thi…
 
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