Presenter of ITV News and novellist Tom Bradby pays a visit to the BBC to see Fi and Jane.
They chat about his most recent book Secret Service, election night and the Royal Family after Tom's recent documentary with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. He also discusses experiencing insomnia and taking care of his mental health.
Before Tom's arrival: Fi talks about a singing career in the family and Jane's smoke alarm needs changing.
118. Back at the Brownies with Nigel Slater
This week on Fortunately our guest is food writer, broadcaster and full on national treasure Nigel Slater.
The author of Toast, Tender and Greenfeast joins Fi and Jane for a chat around the kitchen table. The only question is whether Jane will make it Fi's house on time.
Once they're all settled in with cake and coffee, the three of them discuss writing about your own life, who does the washing up, sugar cravings and 'the M4 test'.
117. Group Chats and Potty-celli, with Russell Kane
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane get to know the comedian, author and podcast host Russell Kane.
He joins Fi and Jane at a BBC breakfast bar to tell them about his hit podcast Evil Genius. He also engages the ladies in interesting discussions on potty training, Dads, pugs and Thatcherism.
In the run up to his arrival there are stories of crime, punishment and nicotine. Plus Fi and Jane analyse the reaction to a particular Royal interview.
116. Premier League Pants and Creme de Menthe, with Nick Bright
In this episode of Fortunately, Fi and Jane play host to Nick Bright. You can find him talking football on 5Live's The Squad, or DJ-ing in the 1Xtra saturday morning slot.
The ladies take Nick on a tour of their childhood beverages, get their heads around Jurgen Klopp's diary and seek out the inside goss on BBC Sports Personality.
And before that, in the first half: used cars, underpants and Jane's dodgy blinds.
115. Cross Incontinence, with Gemma Cairney
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane sit down with all round broadcasting sensation Gemma Cairney, star across the networks from 1Xtra to 6Music and presenter of Radio 4's Sound Odyssey.
There's a sense of adventure in the air as Fi returns from the Fjords and Jane's signed up to a new online service for lonely hearts.
Over a hefty flapjack and pineapple chunks, they get the lowdown from Gemma on growing up, ancient medicine, an interesting quote from Trevor Nelson and
romance...both old and new.