Lily Allen and Miquita Oliver launch their first podcast together

Miss Me? is a new podcast from Lily Allen and Miquita Oliver launched on BBC Sounds.

The podcast is produced by Persephonica, its first commission for the BBC.

In the first episode, a twice-weekly catch up between lifelong friends Lily and Miquita, the pair dissect each other’s Wikipedia entries, discuss family holiday feuds and ask why award ceremonies are better in America. They also dig into that Kate Middleton photo, what it’s like working in the film and music industries and much more.

They talk about British versus American award ceremonies, how each country responds to success and why Lily moved her family to the US to help her children thrive.

Also, the Screen Actors Guild strike and Lily explains the difference she sees between being a recording artist and an actor, comparing the level support provided by film and music industries.

The pair’s twice a week transatlantic catch-ups, discuss everything from the highs and lows of their lives to the biggest cultural moments of the week.

Every Monday, Lily and Miquita will throw the show open and invite questions on a theme; celebrity weddings, indie sleaze, orgasms, lies… Then on Thursdays, they’ll pick apart the world around them with unfiltered conversation on everything from intimacy to interiors, from exercise to elections.

You can get in touch with your own thoughts and questions via whatsapp or email missme@bbc.co.uk.

Miss Me? is available on Thursdays and Mondays from today, 14 March on BBC Sounds.

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