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STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING! And listen to Jamie Laing & Francis Boulle bear their soul to the world and read their diaries out loud every week.
Available from Acast, Apple Podcasts and other podcast platforms every Friday.
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Freya Ridings joins the lads for a chat about Love Island, finding her tribe and how to poo on a tour bus.
Ex-Special Forces and Royal Marine Jason Fox joins Jamie for a chat about narcos, PTSD and getting bit on the testicle by a scorpion.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!! 2018 was a fantastic year for Private Parts. We’ve gone on tour, been joined by amazing guests and you’ve tuned in MILLIONS of times. Thank you for listening, here’s to 2019!
Comedian, writer and Jamie’s school chum Ivo Graham chats living down under, fake sleep walking and being Francis’ life Doppelgänger.
GUYS – It’s only bloody Christmas time! Jamie and Francis are feeling VERY festive as they talk about lying to children, pet monkeys and burning letters to Santa! Ho Ho Ho!
Candy Kittens co-founder Ed Williams joins the boys to chat being an entrepreneur, Francis working in a (gold)mine and Jamie meeting his No.1 fan. Sponsored by iZettle.
Comedian, actress and host of Griefcast Cariad Lloyd joins Jamie to chat panto, death and being fluent in fake French.
Comedian, writer and actor Tom Allen NOT from Home Improvement joins Jamie and François for a chat about the Ritchies, Judge Rinder and sexy cleaners.
Spencer Matthews brings his baby wee boy onto the podcast to chat family, being a sociopath and getting some goddamn free gifts from Harrods (again).
This week Jamie and Francis are joined by Harrison Osterfield to chat Spiderman, Jamie’s boxing match and living the actor’s life.
Jamie and Francis confess their most costly sins and crown one impulsive listener winner of a Samsung Galaxy S9 with a year’s free contract on iD Mobile. Better yet, they both remember their diaries!
Made In Chelsea’s Sophie Hermann joins the lads to talk being expelled from school, herpes and getting to third base. They’re totally not linked.
Amelia Dimoldenberg joins Jamie for a chat about Chicken Shop Dates, teenhood and extra curricular projects. She was definitely one of the cool kids.
Heloise joins the lads for this BONUS EPISODE of Private Parts as they celebrate Jamie’s cough*21st*cough birthday whilst on tour.
Pro surfer Rob Machado chats with the boys about his career, beef with Kelly Slater and putting away your phone. Plus Francis totally fangirls.
Caspar Lee invites Jamie and Francis to his totally-not-in-Vauxhall flat for a chat about happiness, cockroaches and friends getting kicked out of I’m A Celebrity…
Writer, top lad and more importantly producer of Private Parts Pete Strauss joins the boys to talk first jobs, poo flavoured ice-cream and Jamie’s pungent flat.
Mat Horne joins Jamie and Francis to talk chelated zinc, his favourite acting role and why Brazil is called Brazil (thanks Francis).
Comedian, writer and presenter London Hughes rates Jamie and Francis in bed, reveals why she got fired from Babestation and gives Jeremy Corbyn a dirty call.
Tom Read Wilson returns with comedian Adam Hess to talk dreams, fears and booking Theresa May for the next podcast.
Comedian and car crasher James Acaster gives the boys some harrowing advice for the upcoming tour.
Made In Chelsea star Stevie Johnson joins Jamie and Francis for a round on the ‘faulty’ lie detector before the boys announce some VERY big news…
Rhys James, brought to you by Analsol, meets the boys and books himself into the O2 for a gig that’s definitely happening.
What did Jamie discover when he put his hands down his trousers in the cinema? And has Francis ever had sexual thoughts about his cohost?
Russell Kane compares standup to heroin (in a good way) before schooling the lads in American accents. More importantly, they find out how fast a hummingbird’s heart beats. Thanks Francis…
Geordie Shore’s Charlotte Crosby talks leaving the show, flirts with Tom and overshares from her diary.
The boys celebrate the podcast’s birthday only to discover their mums haven’t been listening.