This week James and Jess discuss talk about sheltered kids that ate novelty meats, the pros and cons of botox and the petrol crisis.
This week James and Jess discuss terrible ways to pick up people in bars, their shared ecclesiastical upbringing and whether pickling is back in fashion.
This week James and Jess talk about how too much paracetamol affects Jess, what alternative uses there are for veggie haggis and the debate around the physical symptoms of syphilis.
This week it's a special episode for James' birthday! James and Jess play a quiz, along with some special guests, that's all about James and discuss his festival chip diet, Lord Voldemort's tubby years and what to buy in a corner shop when you've got a hangover.
This week James and Jess discuss interesting musical cameos in Harry Potter, how comfortable some people are inspecting toilets with their hands and dance etiquette at underage club nights.
It's Jess' birthday this week, so we're taking questions from some of Jess' nearest and dearest. We discuss what Derek Acorah would be like as a dinner lady, Jarvis Cocker's career low and which wartime snacks make for the most delicious spread.
This week James and Jess get drunk and discuss how Paris didn't live up to its 'City of Romance' fame for either of them, a fascinating discussion about boiling eggs and what they might wear to a posh wedding.
This week James and Jess discuss going undercover to get good customer service, how lethal halloumi wraps can be and James' first novel.
This week James and Jess discuss the sexy goodie bags at the Tokyo Olympics, ill-advised cocktails at parties and Jess' new-found appreciation for the game of chess.
After a brief hiatus, James and Jess are back talking about the kinky subtext in O Holy Night, why Justin Bieber looks sad and hiking in the Welsh Mountains.
Cutting room floor: as Jess is away for a few weeks, we bring you never before heard footage of James and Jess discussing the perils of swimming in reservoirs, Richard III's undignified resting place and what really happened to William Shakespeare
This week James and Jess discuss unusual piercings, the sexy storylines of teenage novels and the lifespan of beach-dwelling birds.
Search Party at yours: to celebrate 10k downloads, James and Jess look into listeners' bizarre search histories and discuss wizarding photography, what Pride month really means and dodgy London flat rentals.
This week James and Jess discuss disappointing rom coms, birthday couscous and what to do with your hands when dining alone.
This week, James and Jess discuss the health benefits of a margarita, which school packed lunches combat bullying and vitriolic vegans in Facebook groups.
This week James and Jess discuss dating app marketing, worrying practices in Roman choirs and the Cookie Monster's new image.
This week, James and Jess learn about some kinky dating app abbreviations, discover how best to cook a corn on the cob and examine Tatler's 2017 list of London's hottest restaurateurs.
This week James and Jess discuss what not to do when you get robbed in broad daylight, the seminal work of a Romanian singing duo and how annoying the Hogwarts Sorting Hat would be on a night out.
James and Jess are back for series 3. In this episode, they discuss the vocal stylings of Il Divo, DCI Jo Davidson's non-compliance and Emperor Nero's sadistic penchants.
It’s the podcast's 6-month anniversary and James and Jess discuss the latest supermarket lawsuit, how members of Slipknot navigate family life and Don Corleone's pizza preference.
This week James and Jess discuss some dramatic skincare procedures, how handymen engage in gaslighting and the bizarre nudist game show hosted by Keith Chegwin.
This week James and Jess discuss the grotesque selling points of a nineties kids toy, the damaging impact they had on the plumbing of Tennessee and memories of childhood trips to theme parks.
This week James and Jess discuss the latest series of Line Of Duty, one of the lesser-known Disney villains and up-and-coming property hotspots in the North East.
This week James and Jess discuss the style choices of Beatrix Potter characters, the x-rated version of Citizen Kane that never was and adhering to strict shoe policies in clubs.
This week James and Jess discuss Lorraine Kelly's subtly sinister response to Piers Morgan's royal criticism, Percy Weasley's 70s fashion aesthetic and Lady Macbeth's answer to stubborn stains.