This week on Fortunately, fashion guru Susannah Constantine provides some wardrobe advice to Fi and Jane.
The What Not To Wear star talks to the ladies about overcoming shyness, the issue of skirts and what clothes can tell us about ourselves. She sizes up Fi and Jane and the three of them play godchildren top trumps.
Before Susannah arrives there's a sweet special delivery and an accusation about Fi's mother.
Strictly host Claudia Winkleman and psychologist Tanya Byron join Fortunately this week.
They sit down with Fi and Jane to talk about being a parent, being a child, curling, reptiles and what Jane gets up to on the top of the number 94 bus. All of which relates to their new podcast How Did We Get Here?
When not getting the lowdown from Claudia and Tanya, Fi and Jane discuss emoji use, landline voices and an interesting discovery Fi has made off the back of last week's episode.
Fi and Jane welcome the novelist Marian Keyes around the Fortunately table to share a bag of chocolates.
The bestselling author has some confessions about her bowling prowess (or lack of it). Marian also talks to Fi and Jane about appreciating the small things, generational change in Ireland and why a bad waxwork is better than a good one.
In addition, the ladies have some consumer confessions, there's a bad smell in Jane's Kitchen and Fi gets dumped.
Radio 1's Clara Amfo comes to see Fi and Jane for this week's episode of Fortunately.
The presenter of the mid-morning show joins the ladies to discuss her new podcast, This City. Clara talks about semi-attempting to go vegan, teaches Fi and Jane a new way to show appreciation, goes inside the world of the uber famous and talks through the representation of African countries in the media.
...before Clara's arrival - there's a bit film reviewing, an insight into how Jane listens to disco and Fi tries on a new look.
Fi and Jane crack on with another episode of Fortunately and with them this time is Love Island star Dani Dyer.
Dani gives two of them a guide to living their best lives, including how to look after your eyelashes and being less harsh on yourself. They chat about the opportunities and problems of appearing on reality TV and what it was like to grow up with an East End acting icon as a Dad.
Before Dani arrives Fi and Jane assess their chances of becoming Director General and/or Bake Off presenter. There's also two games to play: Create Your Own Royal Expert and What's the Earliest Time You've Had a Bath?
Mid January blues setting in? Those New Year's exercise routines starting to waiver? Fear not, Fi and Jane have just the person to help you out.
This week, Fortunately has an appointment with Dr Rangan Chatterjee. Jane is ready in her sweatpants, fresh from hitting her step target. Fear not though fitness sceptics - Fi is on hand to ask if the buzz about getting fit at this time of year really is all that.
Once Rangan arrives, they discuss how to break bad health habits all year round, Jane probes the doctor about sheds and Rangan estimates how many roast potatoes he eats in one sitting.
And before he arrives... Dominic Cummings' builder's bottom, what to do with old panettones and a bit of a ding dong about the word 'hero'.
It's the first episode of a new series and star DJ Scott Mills pops down to the BBC Media Cafe to see Fi and Jane.
Ready to jump into 2020 Fi and Jane return to for a new series of the Fortunately Podcast. Jane is armed with bagels and kale. They catch up on the festive season, sharing their highlights (and lowlights). There's also a mention of some peculiar driving habits and the ladies form a new business idea.
Once Scott arrives the two of them quiz him on his career, including his stint as the UK's youngest commercial radio DJ. There's discussion of motorway services on the M3, insights on how to DJ across the networks and expert Eurovision predictions.
Fi and Jane meet Night Czar Amy Lamé for the final episode before Christmas.
The ladies head down to London's City Hall to meet Amy to chat about her role as London's Night Czar. Faced with the tricky challenge of two home birds, Amy tries to tailor the perfect night out for Jane and reminisces about Fi the party animal. There's also a dip related revelation from Jane and requests are put in for Amy's 6Music Breakfast Show over Christmas.
Before they're called up to the Czar's Office, Fi and Jane imagine an intergalactic Radio 4, compare Strictly contestants with stars of Little Women...and Fi discloses what made her watch the same episode of Masterchef three times in a row.
This week, Fi and Jane are joined by Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené, authors of the Slay In Your Lane, the bestselling guide to life for Black British women.
First up: Fi and Jane's conversation ranges from Jane's shockingly relaxed approach to the festive season to an big question about ladders. The ladies also reveal a very big interview they have coming up with a real radio legend.
In the second half, over a cup of tea Elizabeth and Yomi talk education, the working world, friendship and approaching being inclusive.
Presenter of ITV News and novellist Tom Bradby pays a visit to the BBC to see Fi and Jane.
They chat about his most recent book Secret Service, election night and the Royal Family after Tom's recent documentary with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. He also discusses experiencing insomnia and taking care of his mental health.
Before Tom's arrival: Fi talks about a singing career in the family and Jane's smoke alarm needs changing.
This week on Fortunately our guest is food writer, broadcaster and full on national treasure Nigel Slater.
The author of Toast, Tender and Greenfeast joins Fi and Jane for a chat around the kitchen table. The only question is whether Jane will make it Fi's house on time.
Once they're all settled in with cake and coffee, the three of them discuss writing about your own life, who does the washing up, sugar cravings and 'the M4 test'.
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane get to know the comedian, author and podcast host Russell Kane.
He joins Fi and Jane at a BBC breakfast bar to tell them about his hit podcast Evil Genius. He also engages the ladies in interesting discussions on potty training, Dads, pugs and Thatcherism.
In the run up to his arrival there are stories of crime, punishment and nicotine. Plus Fi and Jane analyse the reaction to a particular Royal interview.
In this episode of Fortunately, Fi and Jane play host to Nick Bright. You can find him talking football on 5Live's The Squad, or DJ-ing in the 1Xtra saturday morning slot.
The ladies take Nick on a tour of their childhood beverages, get their heads around Jurgen Klopp's diary and seek out the inside goss on BBC Sports Personality.
And before that, in the first half: used cars, underpants and Jane's dodgy blinds.
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane sit down with all round broadcasting sensation Gemma Cairney, star across the networks from 1Xtra to 6Music and presenter of Radio 4's Sound Odyssey.
There's a sense of adventure in the air as Fi returns from the Fjords and Jane's signed up to a new online service for lonely hearts.
Over a hefty flapjack and pineapple chunks, they get the lowdown from Gemma on growing up, ancient medicine, an interesting quote from Trevor Nelson and
romance...both old and new.
Dawn O'Porter drops by in this week's episode of Fortunately, giving Fi and Jane an insight on life in Los Angeles.
The writer and presenter finds Fi and Jane in an oddly named Broadcasting House meeting room. Together they discuss the Royals, setting up a charity, fringes, names and last suppers.
But before that: addressing the elephant in the meeting room and an update from a certain retired greyhound.
Fi and Jane get a special visit from acclaimed crime-writer Ann Cleeves.
The creator of Vera and Shetland tells them about her new book The Long Call, set in North Devon. Ann also takes them through her many different vocations, offers reading recommendations and fields the ladies' questions on everyone's favourite Northumberland DCI.
In addition to that, Fi goes in on make-up language and Jane tells all about an incident she swore would never make it to the airways.
Fi and Jane venture back out to the BBC Pizza and their guest this week is the journalist and broadcaster Julia Hartley-Brewer.
They talk Brexit, Feminism, dreamy Greek Finance Ministers, whether sausage rolls are worth it and they go head to head in a running-order off.
Plus there's a new way to wear your cardigan and a recommendation of which church to visit if you are in Herefordshire.
This week on the podcast, Fi and Jane welcome Emma Barnett. Emma talks about her 5Live show, being a fellow presenter on Woman's Hour and her new book aimed at busting the taboos around periods. All that and there's also time for living off-grid, etymology chat and some interesting listener correspondence.
Fi and Jane are joined by writer Jamie Bartlett to get the lowdown on The Missing Cryptoqueen, the new podcast uncovering a multibillion-dollar mystery.
Jamie is joined by Producer Georgia, a familiar face to many as a former member of the Fortunately team. Jamie and Georgia reveal the twists and turns of investigating a worldwide scandal, and Fi and Jane demonstrate their knowledge of crypto-currency. Plus it's time for a duvet change, there's Masterchef impressions and Jamie reveals his jealousy of a certain Supermarket Sweep presenter.
Fi and Jane have made it through the rain this week for a meet up with Maeve McClenaghan, investigative journalist and host of The Tip Off podcast.
Maeve's podcast interviews leading journalists about the breaking the world's biggest stories. Fi and Jane find out about some the most shocking discoveries and also get Maeve's insight on a bruised banana. Plus there's masculine hygiene, a revelation from Fi and a networking event with a twist.