This week, Meg hypothesizes how the characters from some of our favorite shows (Friends, Gavin and Stacey, The Office, and more) would be dealing with coronavirus if they were living it! She then rounds the week out with her Netflix binge suggestions.
Can you believe it has been 15 years since Fall Out Boy released one of the greatest pop punk albums of all time, From Under the Cork Tree? Meg certainly can’t – so this week’s episode of Gin and Beer It is all about the nostalgia, history, and ranking each track of this groundbreaking record.
Welcome to another week of ‘How I’m Staying Sane’ during quarantimes! This weeks topics cover The Last Dance and Afterlife on Netflix, doing Legos with your significant other, and the awesome courses available on Masterclass.
This week, Meg discusses what has been helping keep her sane during #COVID19. Topics include Tiger King, her foray into Tik Tok, and more! Gin and Beer It hopes everyone is staying safe and healthy!
This week, Meg discusses how she is coping with social distancing and worldwide coronavirus madness. Topics include what to read/watch if you are into the hype and how to escape if you’re not. EVERYONE be sure to sign up for the Gin and Beer It Social Distancing Virtual Run/Walk at http://www.ginandbeeritshow.com/race
This week, Meg is joined by Kristin and Angela from Emotional Fight Club to discuss their experience with creating a podcast about their ’emotional fights,’ taking on major life changes, and what dating is like in California vs. London.
This week, Meg is joined once again by Harry to discuss their Valentine’s Day weekend in Paris. Topics include how to plan a trip to Paris, where to eat, and where to find authentic Eiffel Tower dildos.
This week, Meg covers some of her favorite spots for dates in London (ranging from good first Tinder date spots to places to go with your long-time love). Then, we dive into the pop culture hits of the week including fashion trends, 1917, Sex Education, and more!
This week, Meg is joined by returning guest Harry to discuss Series 1 and 2 of the Netflix hit, You. Topics include favorite characters in both seasons and predictions for Series 3.
Happy New Year! This week, Meg starts a new series of London neighborhood reviews.. starting with Notting Hill! Topics include recommendations for restaurants, bars, and lots of vintage shopping. Stay tuned for the usual weekly segments including a review of Netflix’s You and the Knives Out!
Happy Episode 25 and final episode of the DECADE! This week, Meg discusses her favorite films, albums, memes, and more of the 2010s. Tune in for a throwback to some of the hits of the past year… and we wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
This week, Meg discusses her top five favorite things to do in London at Christmastime, including ice skating at Somerset House and shopping at Harrod’s. She also discusses the things she loves about UK Christmas, and the things she misses about Christmas in America. Merry Christmas, everyone!
This week, Meg is joined by one of her best friends, Elizabeth, who got married earlier this year to talk all things weddings! Topics include how to not get too drunk at your own wedding, awkward bridesmaid conversations, wedding budgets, and more!
Happy Halloween! This week, Meg talks about her favorite Halloween episodes of popular shows including The Office, Friends, and How I Met Your Mother! Don’t forget to enter the Social Media Contest before it closes on the 31st of October!
This week, Meg talks about the five best bits of her recent day trip to Canterbury and what she has been enjoying this week including a new podcast about The Office, BBC’s new Interior Design Masters, and the fact that Jennifer Aniston broke Instagram. Be sure to tune in for details on a new social…Continue reading
This week, Meg is joined by Saskia (previously on the Being a Millennial On the Property Ladder episode last year) to discuss Series 5 of Peaky Blinders. Topics include assessing the brummie accent, theories for future series, but mainly just how incredibly fit Cillian Murphy is.
This week, Meg discusses the 2019 Berlin Marathon, which she ran last weekend. Topics include how the race stacks up compared to London, the male vs. female ratio, frequency of port-a-loos, and more!
Meg is back! This week, Meg discusses the five things that she’s learned at the age of 25, as well as introduces new segments including films, tv shows, podcasts, and books of the week! Topics include Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Peaky Blinders, sensible footwear, and more.
This week, Meg discusses her Easter trip to Lake Garda, including tips on Milan, Desenzano del Garda, and Verona! Highlights include a few car rental mishaps and lots of wine and cheese.
This week, Meg is joined by two great friends (and former flatmates) Milla and Chillo who are about to set off on a 9 month adventure cycling Patagonia in South America! Topics include tent shopping, packing light, and all other aspects of packing for such an incredible journey.
This week, Meg is joined by resident dating expert, Nadia! They discuss the pro’s and con’s of long distance relationships based on their own experiences, tips for survival, and how to stay positive.
This week, Meg discusses her recent trip to Bath for the weekend! Highlights include the Roman baths, the modern thermal baths, the Jane Austen museum, restaurant suggestions, and more!
In this inaugural episode of Gin and Beer It, Meg tells you all about herself and how she ended up in London, then dives into things no one tells you about moving abroad, including the in’s and out’s of grocery shopping in the U.K. There’s also some very good listener questions about coping with moving…Continue reading