us to celebrate.
One year ago, on the first ever episode of The Scummy Mummies Podcast, we reviewed Viv Groskop's brilliant book I Laughed, I Cried. Now we chat to Viv herself, live from the Latitude festival.
We talk about what it's like to do a hundred stand-up gigs in a hundred days and find out what Viv's been up to since then.
There are some great recommendations for summer reading and we answer the age-old question of whether they have badgers in Australia. Plus there is a surprise cameo by another special guest.
Listen now or via iTunes.
Many thanks to the lovely people from the New Statesman who let us record in their backstage area. Sorry the sound quality's not so great - it's festival ambience, innit.
Viv's book, I Laughed, I Cried: One Woman, One Hundred Days and the Mother of All Challenges is available now from all good bookshops, like the Guardian one.
If you'd like to see the Scummy Mummies LIVE, we'll be at Camp Bestival this Friday 1 August, performing in the Guardian Literary Institute at 2pm. Or you can see us at the Camden Fringe,
Sat 23 and Sun 24 August at 3pm, Hen and Chickens. Tickets are on sale now via the
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It's been an amazing year. Thank you to all our wonderful special guests, but most of all to everyone who has listened to the podcast. Stay scummy! X