If there is one thing Gráinne Maguire and Chantal Feduchin-Pate love more than discussing their own odd ex’s, it’s remembering weird celebrities that went out with each other too. The glory days of Brangelina and Jelena may be over but Gráinne and Chantal, or should we say, Grantal?, have not forgotten. This podcast, inspired by the cult Old Loves Tumblr is a love letter to the celebrity relationships we adored at the time but now have forgotten ever happened. Every week Chantal and Gráinne will be joined by a different celebrity guest to discuss the celebrity romance they never got over. So take our hand and stroll down memory lane, as we remember... The Way They Were...
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The long-awaited second part of Grainne and Chantals double bill at The Museum of Comedy with the wonderful Cariad Lloyd is finally here! more
In this episode, Grainne and Chantal introduce a podcast called The Newsworthy which you MUST check out!
This episode tells the tale of when Chantal and Grainne took to the stage at the iconic London Venue, The Museum of Comedy with a double bill of brilliant shows. more
Really enjoy this podcast! I’m quite particular about my podcasts, often start them and find something irks me about them but I love the friendly space the hosts create, their banter will often bring a smile to my face when I’m in the gym. I’m ploughing through the episodes, heard about 20 so far and loving it. more
I’m really enjoying your podcast. I stumbled on it by accident. I’m glad I did! Please, do teo podcast one on Sonny and Cher, especially one with her and Gregg Allman.
I listen to a lot of podcasts and discovered this as Chantal was a guest on evil genius. I love this podcast the presenters are hilarious. I have gone back and listened to every single episode. Madonna and Guy Ritchie is a must!! Has me in stitches. Picture me In beats headphones and wellies walking down the country lanes with my dogs laughing out loud… I love the nostalgia and it’s genuinely fascinating… last episode boy George and Jon Moss was brilliant but so sad as it was the end of season (... more
Such joy to discover I had missed over 50 episodes of this glorious podcast because now I get to binge them all! Just love them - down-to-earth, ribald, hilarious - and informative! So much goss!!! ! Only thing I’m sad about is that these two have shunted ‘Drunk Women Solving Crime’ into second place on my list of great funny females podcasting (there’s only podcasts two on the list…)
Just heard this podcast for the first time. As a listener, it felt like there was a lot of giggling between the hosts and I wasn't in on the joke. Switched off after less than one episode.
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The Way They Were launched 2 years ago and published 83 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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