Will and Chris travel to Yorkshire to meet the director of God’s Own Country, Francis Lee. The film was hailed as a ‘Yorkshire Brokeback Mountain’ but they discuss why it is much more than that, talk about its impact and why Francis lives in a small cabin in the middle of nowhere. PLUS - Chris is “live from Los Angeles” for this final episode of Season 2 and they discuss surrogacy, the Royal Wedding and why Will was once booed off stage.
Extra - Meet the Listener plus your views on Episode 11
Will and Chris have a drink with Homo Sapiens listener Alex and talk about playing sport with LGBTQ+ teams. We also find out what you thought of the conversation with Johann Hari and someone wins a Homo Sapiens T-shirt.
S02 Ep11 - Johann Hari
Johann Hari is a journalist and writer whose latest book Lost Connections claims to uncover the “nine real causes of depression and anxiety.” Johann tells Will and Chris that our problems are caused more by the way we live today than a chemical imbalance in our brains. PLUS - Will’s having a drainage nightmare and we find out about your best and worst dates.
Extra - your views on Episode 10
Will's going on a date! But in the meantime he and Chris sift through your feedback on this week's episode. Plus - we venture down their Wormholes of the Week and someone wins the Homo Sapiens T-shirt.
S02 Ep10 - Hebden Bridge - the lesbian capital of the UK
Will and Chris visit Hebden Bridge, a small town in Yorkshire, to find out what makes it such an LGBTQ+-friendly place. They meet the locals and discover that the idea of big cities being more progressive than country towns is a myth. They find out the inspiring story behind Happy Valley Pride, the strangest things Rowan and Jeff in the leather shop have been asked to make, and they get invited to unveil a plaque! PLUS - Will has been hanging out with Baz Luhrmann and the boys recall their terrifying experiences with sharks!