Your podcast Tea with Twiggy is back for a second series. How did it all start?
Last autumn, I was with my daughter Carly and some friends for lunch when Carly said, ‘Mum, you should do a podcast.’ In the New Year, this horrible virus came along and I was invited via my agent to make one. It’s the perfect thing, as you can do it from home. I was nervous, but the first one I did was with Joanna Lumley, who I know really well. She’s so easy to talk to and has such wonderful stories. I was thrilled to find out after a few weeks that we’d entered the top 10 with five stars!
Did you speak to anyone at the sharp end of COVID-19?
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