This last week Amy and I popped into London - or as she calls it "Town" from her drama degree days at St Mary's University, Twickenham - where we were interviewed by BBC Radio Four, about our upcoming podcast tour of England.
It was all pre-recorded so it was not live or anything, so we did not have to worry about making mistakes or saying anything silly, and it should be broadcast tomorrow (Friday 21st April) between 12:15 and 1pm during the show 'You and Yours.'
The biggest thing I took from the whole experience was huge inspiration from the guy who interviewed us because he was blind.
Even though he has a disability, he is still able to manage all of the difficulties which come with it and work at the same time.
For instance, he had a little keyboard under his desk in front of him with brail keys on it, which he kept typing into as he interviewed us - where for all we knew he could have been sending messages to various people saying how rubbish we are!
But that might just be my paranoia talking.
I would just like to point out here I have never listened to Radio Four before - which probably says plenty about me - so please don't judge me!
Therefore, this will definitely be new ground for me. Amy however does listen to a lot of radio 4 so was very excited!
He was a huge inspiration to me as I attempt to salvage something resembling a career, or something resembling my old career as a sports journalist, without trying to sound too depressing, because if he is able to overcome his disability so am I.
This is where the inspiration came in.
Speaking of inspiration, I was also really chuffed he asked Amy so many questions during the interview about herself and she was able to get her side of our story across because she has really been the driving force behind the podcast idea and in fact our entire relationship in the last few years and I really owe her everything.
Amy went to university in London and therefore knows her way around London a lot better than us East Midlanders from out in the sticks! She got us to Charing Cross then managed to navigate us walking past the landmarks of London with ease.
As we were searching around for a bite to eat, she said something which really struck a chord with me, which again summed her up perfectly. I was pointing out all of the usual eateries which everyone seeks out, when she said: "You can get that/eat that absolutely anywhere in the country, so have something which you can only get here."
In many ways, this summed up how unique she is and this is how I discovered the wonders of a little place called Wasabi.
You can also see how much she bosses me about too!
We were so honoured to be asked to be on the show and hope we managed to sound like we knew what we were talking about!
Click here to listen on Friday.