How to get Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders' new podcast season

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Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders are back with another season of their Audible Original podcast Titting About.

Available exclusively on Audible, the fifth season sees the comedy duo reunite for six more episodes which range from "surviving on a desert island to being eaten by a cardboard crocodile" in their typically hilarious style.

The pair also share an array of anecdotes from their star-studded careers in their finale episode 'Lucky B*tches', including singing with the Spice Girls and performing at the Royal Opera House.

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While an Audible subscription would usually set listeners back £7.99 a month, Titting About and other Audible Originals, podcasts and audiobooks are available for free as part of a 30-day free trial from Audible.

The deal also gives users a complimentary credit which can be used to purchase and keep any title. The promotion is available to users who haven't been a member of Audible or used a free trial within "the last 12 months".

A 30-day free trial isn't the only deal available, with the service also offering a three months for just 99p to entice listeners into the world of audiobooks.

At the end of the trials, subscribers will be automatically billed for £7.99 (or $7.95 in the US) each month.

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However, it's relatively easy to cancel an Audible membership, by heading to 'Account Details' and 'Cancel membership' while logged into your account.

Meanwhile, French recently opened up about her decision to leave her and Saunders' comedy show French & Saunders back in 2005 after an Anastacia sketch left her feeling "humiliated."

Speaking about the sketch in a documentary about her and Saunders' career, French said: "Instead of finding it funny, I just thought: 'Oh I don't like it, I don't like it'. It just felt like I wasn’t in control of the comedy, the joke was on me."

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