Episode 100: Dara O Briain Special

Episode 100: Dara O Briain Special

WE ARE ONE HUNDRED! And to celebrate we have a very special guest - it's hilarious comedian DARA O BRIAIN!
 
He reveals his favourite thing about being a parent, and shares his number one nugget of parenting wisdom. There's some chat about how raising kids is like driving a boat, and trying not to get shipwrecked on Notadick Island. Helen and Ellie discuss their parenting goals, and Dara recounts the time he enraged Idina Menzel.

As this is our hundredth episode, we've brought back a couple of games - the classic What's On Our Clothes This Week?, plus the ever-popular Accent Game. We round off with a special edition of Scummy Mummy Confessions, and then Helen has a surprise for Ellie.
 
We're as shocked as anyone that this podcast has made it to 100 episodes. Thank you so much to everyone who has subscribed, emailed us, left us lovely iTunes reviews, and shared the podcast with their friends. But most of all, thank you for listening.
 
The Scummy Mummies book is OUT NOW! We hope you like it, and if you do, we'd love an Amazon review!
 
**SEE US LIVE** We're performing outdoors at The Scoop in London Bridge on Wednesday 14 June, at 7pm - come along and see us, it's FREE! We're also at the Hay Festival on 2 June, Clevedon on 17th, and Brighton Komedia on 28th. To buy tickets, and for more dates, visit ScummyMummies.com.
 
We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. Please send your confessions to scummymummiespodcast@gmail.com and visit us at ScummyMummies.com. If you like the podcast, please tell your friends!
 
Thank you for listening!

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