Two across (8, 3, 6): refreshed after a two-week break, we reconvene, reunite, reconfigure, restore, restart … sorry, we have become obsessed with the Times cryptic crossword, and everything now feels like a clue … back in Richard’s attic for Podcast 132, an anagram of 123, and despite his decision to wear a suit for the occasion, a relaxed, chat-show vibe permeates our low-key reunion, rematch, revival, reupholstering … sorry. There is Wayne Rooney’s poor choice of prostitute to discuss, plus his poor grasp of cigarette prices; the ethics of sharing a hotel room with your advisor, or Billy Bragg; and Tony Blair’s sex life, which the former prime minister and animal lover can date precisely. We also wonder about the whereabouts and wellbeing of Pete Firmin’s daughter Emily, last seen on Bagpuss. Most of the podcast is actually us trying to unravel the cryptic clues to Crossword Number 2 in The Times Crossword Book 13 [pictured]. Don’t write in with the answers. And if the sound quality is compromised up until about minute 43, we’re pretty sure Christopher Johnson was probably recording it from inside Richard’s cupboard, so we’ll have a replacement out within three weeks.