We've been recording for a year! In this episode of Happy Birthday, Jo and Jeremy look back on their favourite bits of the podcast and meander down memory lane for some stories about our own past birthdays. Plus, there's an announcement!
Halloween and birthdays have quite a bit in common! Or, at the very least, Jo and Jerry make it seem like they do so that they can get away with recording an episode about Halloween. Tune in for a chat about evil spirits, religious traditions and, of course, treats!
Years, months, weeks, days - humans have been measuring time in this way since about 300BC. And their organisation of time wasn’t random; it was based on the cyclical nature of… nature. Your birthday marks another year passed, so this week on the podcast, we’re going to get to know a year really well.
It's finally time to talk about everyone's favourite poppable party essential - BALLOONS! Float away on a journey through balloon history, federal helium reserves and Jo's persistent case of pharyngitis.
Birthdays at work. Every workplace does them differently - some do monthly group birthdays, others encourage employees to bring in three cheesecakes on their birthdays and other companies give employees a day off on their birthday. Join robustly healthy Jerry and pharyngitis-ridden Jo for a fun chat about celebrating your birthday on the clock.
From grand gestures to society’s birthday sexism issues and right through to the five love languages, Episode 17 of Happy Birthday Podcast is all about the good, the bad and the Kanye of how people celebrate birthdays with their partner.
This episode was meant to be about the birthday industry but Jo fell into a clown-hole and Jeremy went on a cake rampage, so it's a true variety show, complete with all kinds of nonsense. But as always, it's very fun to listen to and you'll learn some things!
A special release of Happy Birthday Podcast to commemorate the birthday of Jo's homeland! Join J and J for a star-spangled episode that touches on American history, 4th of July traditions and, of course, birthday parties in graveyards.