Edith's latest guest is an unassuming delight - still early in her career but surely destined for great things (of which she's already achieved a fair few).
Alice Lowe is actor, writer and now director, who has appeared in a host of critically acclaimed TV shows and films - including Ben Wheatley's Sightseers, which she co-wrote.
Her mainstream directorial debut Prevenge is a black comedy about a pregnant woman who believes she is receiving murderous instruction from her unborn child.
Alice enlisted electronic duo Toydrum to compose the score for the movie - with the pair delivering a suitably unsettling suite that reflects protagonist Ruth's psychopathic urges.
We also hear about her love of Delia Derbyshire, David Lynch and the one and only Nik Kershaw.