By Kate Blumer
Once upon a time, Woman's Hour was something that I associated with malted milk biscuits and orange squash, Mum rushing for the radio and asking me to be quiet for 60 minutes.
Today, however, as a now, fully signed up member of Woman's Hours' daily podcasts - admittedly I'm only a week in - I'm obsessed and have gorged on many episodes already.
This is hardly surprising when you read the line up, it puts Chatty Man to shame.
Some of my favourites so far include:
Interviews with Patti Smith, Chrissie Hynde - who nearly married two of the Sex Pistols (complete nutter) and Sofia Helin (The Bridge), this one in particular I've already listened to three times (irrational obsession).
Another featured an emotional interview with a woman from Sheffield whose two young sons died at the hands of her husband in a house fire (left me weeping on Blackfriars bridge).
Then there was one from Kate Winslet, apparently she shuns social media for her kids - good luck with that. Also realised she sounds exactly like my friend Abba.
Finally a female Syrian doctor who was shot at by snipers for treating patients who were not Syrian. So she gave her life savings to a trafficker and waited for a boat to Greece that never came. She then managed to get on board a dinghy to Greece which capsized and nearly killed both her and her baby. Next she lost her child for 3 months in Germany with a random Swedish bloke -- it all ended happily though, I don't know how.
And many more, I could go on.
However, if this list doesn't sound exciting enough, I implore you all to tune in and just enjoy Jenni Murray's calming voice.
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