'It's quite feminist, there's a lot of armpit hair.'
Family relationships are a major thread in the latest father-and-daughter podcast. With dad being a 'spooky' middle child, and Ruthie the baby of the family, birth order is discussed, as well as the parent-child dynamic with the calculation that once your child leaves for university, you have already spent 95 per cent of the time you will ever spend with them. One listener sends his sad story of losing touch with his daughter who is a student at York University, and other subjects covered include; no-platforming, Nandos, Selfridges, and Jeremy Thorpe. There are also a couple of 'mildly interesting' dad stories.
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